from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Coastal land submerged during high tide.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The area at the shore that is exposed to the effects of the tide.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Land that is overflowed by tide water; hence, land near the sea.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Such land as is affected by the tide; land which is alternately covered and left dry by the ordinary flux and reflux of the tides.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. land near the sea that is overflowed by the tide
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i actually haven't seen any of those films, although i really wanted to catch "tideland" and have been meaning to watch "about a boy" for ages!
In a separate statement, the state news agency cited an official at the North Korean Ministry of Light Industry as saying the blasting work was related to tideland reclamation in the area.
When i say that Vincenzo Natalidirected tideland, i am ofcause making an arse of myself and meaning that he directed Getting Gilliam, his documentry about the filming of tideland...
Vincenzo Natali does atleast seem to understand cyberpunk, and his filmogrophy isn't bad..cube and tideland both being good, and cypher being vaguely promising, though far from perfect.
You are not going to top the original! zoey i would have dreamcast jodelle ferland from tideland for eli.
Having conducted a separate investigation of the Stillaguamish watershed for the purpose of investing in a commercial shellfish tideland, I also founda historyof logging induced sediment wasting; I don't know if Lewis County will suffer a similar fate, but in this case it has left an enduring legacylasting the better part of a century.
A vast ice age began, which dropped sea levels approximately 600 to 1,000 feet and wiped out all the tideland species worldwide.
The alpine spruce bears numerous cones all over the tree, and has sharp leaves, though not so sharp as its relative, the tideland spruce.
More than a dozen tideland property owners interviewed for this story said they don't object to people walking across their beaches - but they want everyone to understand who owns the property and pays taxes on it.
Department of Health officials say Tuesday's announcement marks one of the most successful tideland restoration projects in the state.
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