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Still, a little skeptical long-term about the Tide's QB situation.

The result is a growing tide of packages with no good place to go.

More outlandish (literally) are Rising Tide's new floating cities.

The tide was going out, so the current's fairly strong here."

The risk of minor coastal flooding will occur at times of high tide.

ALABAMA over WISCONSIN - I'll go with the Tide until somebody beats them.

This trail allows visitors to experience the tide-carved Fundy shoreline.

The heaviest rain came at high tide, leaving nowhere for the water to go.

If successful, it'll create a rising tide that will lift the whole market.

Any water found in the ship is just from the normal tide going in and out.

Davies said the sculptures will be repositioned beyond the high tide line.

This time it’s not a 1,000-year deluge from the sky, it’s high tide.

State law guarantees the public beach access up to the mean high tide line.

It was the Tide's first sellout since hosting Kentucky in January 2013.

There’s even a word for it in Samoan: taimasa, which means foul-smelling tide.

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