- n. Plural form of shoreline.
“Encouraging public uses of the shorelines has been a key provision of the Shoreline”
“If it was up to her ... we'd be up to our shorelines in oil rigs and pollution.”
“I then checked with the Coast Guard and learned that our shorelines--some 95,000 miles, more than ten times longer than the land-based borders with Mexico and Canada combined--are wide open.”
“Does it make sense to make airport security ever tighter and more intrusive while our shorelines are almost totally unsecured?”
“From Inhabitat. com: We ve all seen images of the Gulf Oil Spill - filmy waters, desolate shorelines and blackened, lifeless animals.”
“We've all seen images of the Gulf Oil Spill - filmy waters, desolate shorelines and blackened, lifeless animals.”
“Obviously, we should all be working to reduce our dependence on dirty fossil fuels, and turning toward clean energy technologies that do not pose a threat to our shorelines, our way of life, or our environment; however, that transition will take some time.”
“After all, few countries are as rich in natural resources as Mexico, with beautiful shorelines on two coastlines, with rich agricultural lands.”
“In late May melted_snowball and I are taking a vacation to Nova Scotia for my birthday; it's our first time to Atlantic Canada and I am already having dreams about rocky shorelines and whale-watching.”
“The other shorelines shouldn't be neglected though, as many of the lakes and ponds are very shallow, and the water temperature remains pretty much the same in most areas of the lake.”
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