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tidemark

1. a mark left by the highest or lowest point of a tide
2. a marker indicating the highest or lowest point reached by a tide

tidemark

[′tīd‚märk]
(oceanography)
A high-water mark left by tidal water.
The highest point reached by a high tide.
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Senate in 1983, will use his years of experience to advise Tidemark as the company expands its suite of e-government products and services.
Tidemark Computer Systems has named Kevin Gorman as president of a new business unit that will extend the company's government software offerings to the Internet, company officials announced today.
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