back shore


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back shore

In raking shores, an outer member under a rider shore that temporarily supports the side of a building.
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But his life was sav by volunteer lifeguaryan Hennessey, wh dived into bring th youngster back shore.
Pastor Mike spent many hours on the Back Shore of Peaks Island with his camera and prayer books.
The location of profile volume gain along the beach profiles is variable, but most profiles show accretion between the back shore and the first permanent bar (about 500 feet offshore) including areas well beyond the lakeward extent of the structures (approximately 75 feet).