Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of shore.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shore.

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Examples

  • A worldwide characteristic of rocky shores is the vertical layers, or zones, of animals and plants extending from the species that are almost always immersed to those that are only wetted by the highest tides or wave splash.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Fellow Mitchievillians: We have to protect our shores from the foreign invaders of Hagerstown, Bint City and Lupersville.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • A medieval act - still in force today - decreed that any whale, dolphin, porpoise or sturgeon washed up on English shores is the property of the monarch.

    Pollinated Here & There

  • A medieval act - still in force today - decreed that any whale, dolphin, porpoise or sturgeon washed up on English shores is the property of the monarch.

    March 2007

  • Tucked away between the towering hotels of Cancun's sparkling shores is a cultural treasure known as La Casa del Arte Popular Mexicano.

    Cancun's Cultural Oasis: La Casa del Arte Popular Mexicano

  • Using driftwood, recycled wood from demolitions, pieces found in shores and rivers, as well as material certified by FSO, decreases the environmental footprint of his work.

    Priscilla | Inhabitat

  • Tucked away between the towering hotels of Cancun's sparkling shores is a cultural treasure known as La Casa del Arte Popular Mexicano.

    Cancun's Cultural Oasis: La Casa del Arte Popular Mexicano

  • Preventing 9/11 wherever it might happen in America, winning the war overseas, not bringing it here to our shores, is the issue in that regard.

    06/29/2005

  • When Carol Thatcher returns to these shores from the jungle she may well be rather surprised to find her ‘good friend’ Linda McDougall quoted in most of the papers.

    Carol & Linda to Heal the Rift?

  • When Carol Thatcher returns to these shores from the jungle she may well be rather surprised to find her ‘good friend’ Linda McDougall quoted in most of the papers.

    Archive 2005-12-01

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