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tideway

[′tīd‚wā]
(oceanography)
A channel through which a tidal current runs.
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Tideway BV will send rocks down an inclined pipe to the base of and around 70 turbine sites to protect the seabed and to stop the foundations becoming displaced or eroded.
With last year's winners Tideway Scullers deprived of the world's best scullers who comprised their 2009 crew, they were quickly swallowed up as lead boat by Leander, and it was soon obvious that the winner would come from one of three boats - Leander, Molesey and the Czech Republic's squad starting 10th and containing Olympic singles silver medallist Ondrej Synek.
The recent announcement on the move of the US Embassy to the Nine Elms site near the Tideway Wharf will add significant value to the area and underpins the development potential of the site.
It also ran the Mersey Raft Race with Merseyside police raising more than pounds 500,000 for charities and hosted its own Tideway and Head of the River races.
Large IT departments could see a major headache consigned to the past with the news that Tideway Systems, the independent leader in IT service configuration management for enterprises, has released a new certified configurable adapter for BMC Software's BMC Atrium Configuration Management Database (CMDB).
Aperture's VISTA software for managing space, power, cooling and other physical assets will be integrated with Tideway Systems' Foundation, which shows the relationship between applications and servers
If you're in a tideway it can happen very quickly - in the blink of an eye.
Tideway has extensive experience at the coal-face of data center optimization--many of its consultants have managed global infrastructure projects for Fortune 1000 companies around the world.
5ft boat rod, but if outpointed by a shore catch the prizeis a 12ft Tideway beachcaster.
Software solutions company Tideway Systems said its new offering includes improved visualisation capabilities and the ability to model bespoke applications.
But following yesterday's announcements of the crews, both field six home-grown rowers - with three Americans, a Norwegian, a South African and a New Zealander making up the numbers for the 146th clash of the student rivals on the Thames tideway.
Representative work in progress includes Crossrail, the largest construction project in Europe, and the Thames Tideway Tunnel, an environmental sustainability megaproject.