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inshore

[′in′shȯr]
(geography)
Located near the shore.
Indicating a shoreward position.
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Volunteer crews from Fishguard RNLI also went, having made their way to the bottom of the cliff using their all-weather and inshore life boats.
Weather inshore tonight until 6 am on Friday will be blowing dust to dusty at places, the Department of Meteorology said in its daily weather report, warning of strong wind and poor visibility at most places.
Tynemouth RNLI's new D Class inshore lifeboat 'Little Susie' had been launched just minutes earlier on Sunday afternoon for a short demonstration in front of guests when it was reported four people were in difficulty on the beach at Marsden Grotto.
Tynemouth RNLI's new D Class inshore lifeboat "Little Susie" had been launched just minutes earlier on Sunday afternoon for a short demonstration in front of guests when it was reported four people were in difficulty on the beach at Marsden Grotto.
"The inshore lifeboat launched at 1.50am and was alongside the dinghy and its occupants within a couple of minutes where it was taken under tow to the Pilot Pier where the local coastguard team andpolicewere waiting to meet it.
For the angler in search of a skiff in the "micro" realm, but who also needs a fishing partner that can take a punch, consider the IPB Inshore 14.
Dumfriesshire lifesaving charity Nith Inshore Rescue has been given a PS2,000 boost from staff at Russell Roof Tiles in Lochmaben.
Pwllheli RNLI volunteers were showing the public around their new D class inshore lifeboat when they were called to a report of an inflatable boat washing up on Pwllheli promenade beach at 1.40pm.
In the water and sewer industry, the aim at Hibbard Inshore is to provide their clients with solutions in areas where the local sewer camera companies may face constraints.
Spokesman Paddy McLaughlin said: "Our volunteer crew can face challenging conditions, which are sometimes on the margin of the capabilities of an inshore lifeboat.
We subjected ovigerous lobsters to typical inshore or offshore water temperatures from September to August in the laboratory (n =8 inshore and 8 offshore, each year) and in the field (n = 8 each, inshore and offshore), over 2 successive years.