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shoreline

The mean high-water mark dividing water from land.

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A spokesperson from DP World Cruise Terminal in Dubai said: "We were delighted to hear that Dubai's stunning shoreline has been listed as the world's number one seascape.
For more than 13 years, Simmerman managed to hide her theft from auditors and the credit union's supervisory committee by manipulating Shoreline FCU's financial statements to make it look like the missing cash was on deposit with Shoreline's correspondent bank, according to court documents.
Shoreline President Cheryl Roberts says they want to attract high-performing students who find college too expensive for them.
Inshore fishermen will have no problem finding action from bridges, shorelines and from boats in North and South Biscayne Bay.
They will be convertible into fully paid and non-assessable freely tradable common shares of Shoreline Energy at the holder's option.
In one study, researchers examined potential impacts of shoreline development on nest-site selection by large-mouth bass and black crappie on three Minnesota Lakes.
Revenue declines during the recession combined with tax limitation measures meant that we had to use reserves and had to make cuts to balance the 2009 and 2010 budgets," explained Shoreline Mayor Keith McGlashan.
And running exclusively throughout their 'walk-it-off-week', Shoreline customers will be able to choose from three daily specials - smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on a potato scone, eggs Benedict or Craster kipper with fresh granary bread - all washed down with a reviving glass of bring-your-own-bubbly.
Murray was formerly Partner and Managing Director of Prime Brokerage Services at Shoreline Trading Group where he spent the past seven years.
With no rocky outcrops, the shoreline is constantly changing in response to the fluctuating influence of wind and water and as a result of human activity.
But, thanks to emergency congressional funding and with the support of local and regional conservation groups, the Navy has embarked on the largest shoreline stabilization project in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
The shape of Mars' stiff outer shell wouldn't change nearly as much as the ocean's surface and shoreline.