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shoreline

The mean high-water mark dividing water from land.

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We bluntly said that polluted waters are just off the shorelines closest to the city's urban areas.
I use my Humminbird Helix 10 in the mapping mode to locate key areas of my targeted tidal river-again, looking for numerous feeders and shoreline cover.
An experienced insurance professional and investor, Spaziano began working with New York Life in 1998, earned his insurance licenses, and opened Shoreline Financial Group, his own independent agency, in 2001.
Chelan County has worked closely with Ecology and other state agencies to adopt local policies and regulations that protect people, their homes and structures, and the shoreline environment.
"Working along a shoreline can be challenging; there is a bit of an adventure with water cleanups," Frigo added.
CarmelitoHornales, chief of Santa Fe Police, said they would confiscate tents which obstruct the shoreline.
The growing volcano would have depressed the land and deformed the shoreline over time, which could explain the irregular heights of the Arabia shoreline.
Tonight is the preview for the science-fiction exhibition, Tales from the Shoreline of Infinity, at the gallery in Queen Street, with doors opening at 6.30pm.
For both events, the new methodology accurately predicted storm erosion as well as the recovery of the coastline and provided a distinct indication of the degree of shoreline displacement (ranking the Australian storm in the "high" category and the U.K.