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tidal

1. relating to, characterized by, or affected by tides
2. dependent on the state of the tide
3. (of a glacier) reaching the sea and discharging floes or icebergs

TIDAL

An HD music audio and video streaming service from Norway-based Aspiro AB, which is owned by S. Carter Enterprises (Jay Z). Introduced in 2014, TIDAL is a paid service that streams to desktop, mobile and network player devices. More than 50 million song titles and 200,000 music videos are available, which can also be downloaded for offline playback.

TIDAL X and TIDAL Rising
TIDAL X unites artists with their fans by live streaming events as well as inviting TIDAL subscribers to concerts and other venues.

TIDAL Rising creates a wider audience for artists who have a fan base but do not yet have worldwide recognition. TIDAL provides press photos, PR and tour support for rising artists. See high-resolution audio.


Resolution Choices
TIDAL offers its subscribers a choice of streaming resolution. For cellular listeners, a lower music quality means fewer bytes of data are transmitted, which may impact the user's data plan or be better in highly congested cells.
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The Saltire Tidal Energy Challenge fund was announced in February this year and is open until December 6 2019.
Orbital's CEO Andrew Scott said: "This is a transformational project for Orbital, and for the tidal sector, and these anchors will have the important job of holding the O2 on station so it can generate gigawatt hours of clean, predictable power from the strong tides we have around Orkney - so we are delighted to be engaging the experience and precision of FAUN Trackway for this critical supply."
WATCH: Tidal power has been proved by performance of MeyGen
The government should make efforts to exploit huge volume of renewable energy sources of the province through renewable energy technologies like wind power turbines, biogas plants, microhydel power plants, solar thermal devices and tidal energy.
The number of technologies in development for installation in fast tidal channels reflects the vast size of the potential resource.
Typically, tidal rivers drain marshes where sediment discolors the water during the last of the falling and the first of the incoming tides.
Henry Dixon, chairman of the company behind the proposed lagoon, North Wales Tidal Energy & Coastal Protection (NWTE), said while not finalised, the proposed lagoon could stretch from Llandudno eastwards towards Talacre and be operational within a decade.
West tweeted that his album "will never never never be on Apple" -- but, with Tidal trailing in subscriber numbers, his album became available six weeks later on the tech giant's streaming service Apple Music as well as largest streaming platform Spotify.
Rap Radar: Nipsey Hussle 6 TIDAL.com/RapRadar 6 Monday (12/25) -With his highly anticipated Victory Lap album slated to drop in February, Nipsey Hussle sits down with Elliott Wilson and Brian "B.Dot" Miller.
Richard Schunter, practice director, Atkins, said: The collaboration with Tidal Lagoon Power, LDA Design, and others has resulted in a truly innovative project; Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon will be the first project of its kind in the world.
Sources from Tidal told TMZ that West has been unhappy with the company and has complained that the company owes him over $3 million (Dh11.01 million).
New and existing customers can get six months of Tidal HiFi for no charge.