half tide


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half tide

[′haf ‚tīd]
(oceanography)
The condition when the tide is at the level between any given high tide and the following or preceding low tide. Also known as mean tide.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Bear Grylls (left) and above, his son Jesse on Half Tide |Rocks near Abersoch
The report reads: "The submitted Heritage Statement identifies an impact of 'lower end of less than substantial' in regard to the grade II listed seaward retaining wall entrance to Princes Half Tide Dock.
The terminal, which will replace the current facility on the Pier Head, will be built at Princes Half Tide Dock, just north of the city centre.
The tower would be built on the west side of the Princes Half Tide Dock off Waterloo Road with the cruise terminal nearby on the banks of the river.
Chunking spoons or soft plastics while covering a lot of ground is a good way to score on half tide or less.
Trained by qualified vet Dr Jeremy Naylor, the 12-1 shot was another who drifted across the track reducing her winning margin over Half Tide to six lengths.
A new footbridge across the mouth of Princes Half Tide Dock will link the two terminals.
On May 15, a body was pulled from Bootle's Sandon Half Tide Dock in Regent Road.
The second division was a much tighter affair, with Half Tide, trained by Philip Mitchell and ridden by Adrian Nicholls, proving just too strong for Hullbank in a driving finish.
5.5 Half Tide. Hereford: 2.15 Jargwna, 4.20 Pegasus Bay, Sam Rocket.
FLICKR member Vincent Phillips took this picture, which shows the view from Hartley Quay across the Canning half tide dock.