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rising tide

[′rīz·iŋ ′tīd]
(oceanography)
The portion of the tide cycle between low water and the following high water.
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An important part of Rising Tide is helping communities come together, set priorities and work to solve their problems, Snyder said.
Rising Tide school officials said they will "clear the germs" from the school as it will be closed Friday.
Rising Tide pushes the boundaries of Beyond Earth across new alien terrains and oceans while adding more choices and diplomatic options as players build one more turn toward a new vision for humanity's future.
It was agreed to launch the Seahouses Inshore Lifeboat on the rising tide so that a line could be attached to the yacht as it refloated, and assistance given to the sole crewman to safely refloat the vessel.
There are huge pressures in terms of staffing, in terms of a rising tide of inpatients and emergency admissions and particularly the financial constraints on the NHS at the moment.
A Beaumaris RNLI spokesman said: "The fisherman, in his mid to late 20s and from Bangor, had walked from Church Island (Ynys Tysilio) to a rock in the Swellies to fish and then found he was cut off due to the rising tide.
Rising Tide said around 50 people were involved in the protest, some entering before dawn on Sunday, abseiling down machinery and attaching themselves to loaders.
Rising Tide is a small, committed group of volunteers that has consistently punched above its weight since its inception six years ago.
Rising Tide Australia spokesperson, Annika Dean, explained the group's motivations:
The sea conditions and rising tide hampered attempts to reach the 14-year-olds.
The Shades series runs to over twenty books; Rising Tide being one of the latest titles.
A MAN was winched to safety yesterday after rescuers raced against time to pluck him from a rising tide.