from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Water that inundates land at flood tide.
- n. Water affected by the tides, especially tidal streams.
- n. Low coastal land drained by tidal streams.
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- n. Water affected by the flow of the tide, especially tidal streams
- n. The seaboard
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- n. low-lying coastal land drained by tidal streams
- n. the coastal plain of the South: eastern parts of Virginia and North Carolina and South Carolina and Georgia
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He gets mail as an alumnus of the Citadel, was raised in tidewater Carolinas, claims to be a Rear
A tough question to answer, but I don't think it can get any better than fishing for chinook salmon in tidewater.
I should note while we're talking about President Bush, I should mention that right behind me here in the tidewater is the aircraft carrier the George H.W. Bush.
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Some changes are obvious in Kenai Fjords National Park, a popular destination south of Anchorage known for its ice-capped peaks, tidewater glaciers and abundant marine life.
Natives of the tidewater, however, have been known to carry them forever in their hearts, giving birth to sightings just about anywhere in the world these Chesapeake people choose to travel.
The modeled their home on a historic property in the tidewater region of Maryland.
But after discussing the plan with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other agencies, he says, regulators abandoned it because the aerators could hurt an endangered fish, the tidewater goby.
That sure as hell didn't stop PETA from having a very large HQ in the tidewater right there where a wetland could be.
It is warning that waters are rising in the Virginia tidewater region.8.01pm ET: While I took a break from the liveblogging hotseat earlier, I went out for a walk around Tribeca, where I live, and down to the shore of the Hudson.