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floodtide

(ˈflʌdˌtaɪd)
n
(Nautical Terms) the tide when it has risen from low to high water
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I call my gurgler ties the "Floodtide Spitter," because I make sure to keep the face of the foam straight up to just "spit" water, instead of angled forward.
For example, the very first issue of Umbra published a poem by Rolland Snellings (Roland Snellings, Askia Muhammad Toure) titled "Floodtide." The second issue of Umbra published a poem by him titled "Song of the Fire." See Snellings (1963a, 1963b).
With 9,500 Cetera Financial Group reps, 470 NEXT Financial Group reps and 4,925 AIG Advisor Group reps looking to "get bought," we may be headed for a floodtide of broker-dealer sales as prospects for their future profitability fade.
(1976): Seasonal reversal of floodtide dominated sediment transport in a small Oregon estuary.
'The written hand-bill,' the narrator observes, 'announced that the Queensferry Diligence, or Hawes Fly, departed precisely at twelve o'clock on Tuesday, the fifteenth July, 17--, in order to secure for travellers the opportunity of passing the Firth with the floodtide,' but it 'lied [...] like a bulletin'.
The surge in exports and the large trade surpluses in the 2000s; the floodtide of foreign direct investment; the increase in reserves which are now in excess of $370 billion; the strong increases in domestic bank credit; record low rates of unemployment across the nation; Brazil's ability to weather the post-2008 global downturn relatively unscathed--all of these favorable outcomes were in some way attributable to policy decisions that were made over the prior two decades.
1983, Morgan 1987), or, if exported to coastal waters, immigrate up estuary to appropriate settlement habitats using vertical migration and floodtide transport (Tankersley et al.
Already, a floodtide of complaints over delayed deliveries has seen two Groupon Middle East chief executives come and go in the past year.
from 2008, the negative aspects of office projects that seemed unimportant given a floodtide of businesses in search of premises
Likewise, at the end of the poem, she also reflects that "Floodtide!/And the swifter tides that fall,/All have reached me ebb and flow,/Ay, and now I know them all./Happy Island of the sea,/Tide on tide shall come to thee,/But to me no waters fare" (401).
It has hard not to be carried away on the floodtide of Burke's eloquence, an eloquence he honed, no doubt, in Trinity College's debating circles in a tradition not yet atrophied.