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  • noun Plural form of tide.


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  • Thus the primary phenomenon of the tides is after all the tidal current; and it is the tidal currents that are referred to on charts where we have arrow-heads marked with the statement that we have “very little tide here, ” or that we have “strong tides” there.

    The Tides

  • Still, I say we have only definition to keep us clear of ambiguities and errors; and yet, to say that those motions of the sea which we call tides depend on the moon, was considered, even by Galileo, to be a lamentable piece of mysticism which he read with regret in the writings of so renowned an author as Kepler.

    The Tides

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger tides is directed by Rob Marshall and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.


  • Millions are barely literate; they survive on pirated electricity, donations and collecting and selling junk that moves in tides through back streets and boulevards.

    LA Times Series on Life in Cairo, #2: Viewing Life from the Roof

  • Wind can make sightfishing tricky, so getting an early start and working falling tides is the key.

    Florida: Hammerhead Ate My Tarpon (with pic)

  • There was once in tides of yore and in ages and times long gone before, in the city of Baghdad, a fisherman, Khalífah hight, a pauper wight, who had never once been married in all his days.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Is moved to that strange rhythm we call the tides?

    Watchers of the Sky

  • In addition to that the seeds of Empire have been laid through this eastern part of the Dominion for a great many years, through the various surging tides from the old days when there was interest in Acadia, and through Quebec, and up over the rivers, and through the Great Lakes, right down to the present.

    Canada as a Field for the Solution of Imperial Problems

  • The first words, principal words, and last word in English tides of books and other publications; of their divisions (parts, chapters, cantos, etc.); of the topics of speeches, sermons, toasts, and the like; of pictures; of plays; of musical compositions, etc.

    Capitals A Primer of Information about Capitalization with some Practical Typographic Hints as to the Use of Capitals

  • This excrescência not if must the calls tides of the land, but yes the proper moon that if located of side of the planet land, its elementary school, during its process of formation, that started of the maser, atmosphere, atmosphere filaments until rings, later reels of atmosphere layers, until the phase of sphere.



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