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shoreline

The mean high-water mark dividing water from land.

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From the farm to the finished product, Shoreline Fruit, LLC controls quality with complete tracing capabilities and food safety procedures.
CONTACT: Mike Murray of Shoreline Trading Group, LLC, +1-212-433-5362
The company was required to submit a new shoreline management plan to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as part of the relicensing process and to MoDNR as a condition of the Water Quality Certification issued by MoDNR.
It was also hoped that the project would tie together Long Beach's far-flung existing attractions, including Pine Square, the Queen Mary and Shoreline Village.
Meanwhile, the lack of ice on the GreatLakes this winter means that storms could drive lake water against shorelines and cause severe flooding in lakefront cities.
SPI Polyols, a Delaware-based chemical company, has selected voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology from Shoreline Communications to replace an Avaya Definity PBX and create a single, seamless telephone system that will connect almost 300 users across four U.
The city's illustrious museums and public parks continue to pump more and more money into their beautification ventures, insuring that the shoreline will always be changing.
These remain as persistent institutional constraints to more comprehensive and integrative shoreline management which, it is argued, has yet to emerge in Ontario.
They played literally to a packed deck during a 12-mile adventure up Rudyerd Bay past spewing waterfalls, towering granite walls, and lush shoreline meadows.
LONDON -- Global technology provider, Serverside Group, has partnered with Rhode Island-based personalization bureau, Shoreline Business Solutions, to enable financial institution (FI) clients of Shoreline -- specifically credit unions and community banks -- to quickly and cost-effectively offer customizable payment cards to their cardholders.
Environmental Protection Agency today announced a solicitation for a second round of Great Lakes Shoreline Cities Grants.
Most folks have probably heard of the Shoreline Management Act, but probably most do not know much about it.