Oraciones con la palabra "tide"

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  1. Low tide was 5:17 A.
  2. This was a tide pool.
  3. To ride with the tide.
  4. The tide is coming in.
  5. The red tide has turned.

  6. It was during high tide.
  7. He had stemmed the tide.
  8. Time and tide flow wide.
  9. High tide there was at 10.
  10. Upon the Tide that Flows.
  11. The tide washed over them.
  12. The tide turned for this.
  13. Luckily, it was high tide.
  14. Cold it was as the tide of.
  15. So you have the tide with you.

  16. Tide did what it said it would.
  17. She will accept with the tide.
  18. That's the tide going through.
  19. O haven without wave or tide!.
  20. The tide washed him into a cave.
  21. There was a fair tide at 2:18 P.
  22. And then a tide of faces swayed.
  23. The tide goes out, the soul ebbs.
  24. The tide murmurs; the snails teem.
  25. Who tide with the strangest moons.

  26. Your help is what turned the tide.
  27. The tide was coming in and thick.
  28. For, ebb begins when the tide is.
  29. The tide of the battle had turned.
  30. Pain comes and goes with the tide.
  31. He's forced to wait for the tide.
  32. Rolled away with the ocean's tide.
  33. Years of rings washed by the tide.
  34. Hal wrestled against the tide of.
  35. Jack’s in the sun and in the tide.
  36. The tide had completely blocked it.
  37. SAND CASTLES crumble with the tide.
  38. I yearn to be by the ocean’s tide.
  39. A red tide of agony washed over him.
  40. Nothing stopped the tide of illnesses.
  41. The tide is full, the moon lies fair.
  42. As they crossed, the tide was coming in.
  43. And stem the tide of tears I’ve cried.
  44. The swans that brushed the evening tide.
  45. The tide slips away, then climbs back up.
  46. The tide keeps on moving and it will be.
  47. The tide was showing no sign of dropping.
  48. As the tide picks up again it travels on.
  49. Not much, but something to tide him over.
  50. His ship would sail upon the morning tide.
  51. It had been swept out to sea with the tide.
  52. Also it's a place where full tide is at 10.
  53. He offered to stop the tide for me once.
  54. I drift on a tide of eyes that saw the tracer.
  55. The effects of tide and current baffled them.
  56. He went back to his tide charts and his stew.
  57. She fought against a rising tide of hysteria.
  58. You can't paddle against the tide in a dinghy.
  59. Red tape was no excuse for red tide, he chided.
  60. I knew that when the tide turned, the current.
  61. These should tide you over ‘til breakfast.
  62. Even a slow rolling tide couldn't be more calm.
  63. Clair, which lay uncovered as the tide receded.
  64. Jaden! The gravity tide is about to happen!’.
  65. At low tide, the water may be shallow in places.
  66. That he wouldn't be tide down to just one woman.
  67. The clean tang of high tide brushed his nostrils.
  68. Jaden the gravity tide is about to happen!.
  69. She was thankful it was low tide in that respect.
  70. Hope brings with it a rising tide of expectations.
  71. Was it hard work to turn the tide? To the contrary.
  72. While the ocean tide caresses the damp dark beach.
  73. The tide will be receding where we intend to land.
  74. The tide was about to turn and we separated into.
  75. A red tide infested the Texas coast that afternoon.
  76. Larry had been right about paddling with the tide.
  77. The tide coming in can really throw you into them.
  78. The great storm is coming, but the tide has turned.
  79. And his movements attuned the the swell of the tide.
  80. A sudden tide of joy went leaping out of his heart.
  81. In the tide as it lashes and in the mist of the air.
  82. Or, if the Admiral prefers, which way the tide is.
  83. But the tide began to turn, and a stiff breeze rose.
  84. High tide and the heron dived when I took the road.
  85. You can only get to the island when the tide is low.
  86. At high tide, you’re room is completely submerged.
  87. Doc had to go alone because the tide would not wait.
  88. Nerissa left the fissure on the next outflowing tide.
  89. To the trees and the stones and the fish in the tide.
  90. It was the high tide of the anapsids in the form of.
  91. The tide is in, so Randy's canoe has proved essential.
  92. A burst of applause, a prolonged tide on a dark shore.
  93. The wheat whirled in a full yellow tide at his ankles.
  94. The current was slacking off, it was almost full tide.
  95. Not too bad, the tide was only just out, he said.
  96. The sailing was tricky with tide and turbine currents.
  97. Unluckily for her, though, the tide was coming in fast.
  98. The colors on the Tide box look off as I pulled it out.
  99. Minerva, the tide of success had turned against the mob.
  100. Earth of shine and dark mottling the tide of the river!.
  1. When everyone went backstage I started tiding up the dressing room, taking my time packing up the stuff, the way it was.
  2. Trabb, taking down a roll of cloth, and tiding it out in a flowing manner over the counter, preparatory to getting his hand under it to show the gloss, is a very sweet article.
  1. He might have tided 'ee over the winter.
  2. Quonez 2 said something and the man that had the tricorder took it to the fort and tided the rope to the strap.
  3. The small kitchen was promptly tided, the rest of the shop had already been closed down, and the staff gone home.
  4. It is our opinion, therefore, that there should be in this department steady and rapid advance, and that it should no longer be tided along.
  1. And both with moons and tides.
  2. We stomped at the rising tides.
  3. The tides of change were shifting.
  4. Lifetimes washed in with the tides.
  5. And, just like that, the tides had.
  6. Large town … extreme tides …’.
  7. No more specimens until spring tides.
  8. Far out through the tides of darkness.
  9. Tides changed quickly and unexpectedly.
  10. Figures illustrating the Tides, 81, 82.
  11. Physical tides and currents are a part.
  12. In tides of immigrants that this year flow.
  13. With the tides predictably governed by the.
  14. Its surging tides and raging waves a-flowing.
  15. Question: What causes the tides in the oceans?
  16. Why do tides follow the moon in its orbit around.
  17. Thy name an earth, with mountains, fields and tides.
  18. The love of the moon for the tides that it commands.
  19. It often does that at spring high tides, Jack.
  20. He was halfway there when the tides turned on him.
  21. Creaks as of an immense ship blundering through tides.
  22. The great machine softly tilted in the tides of night.
  23. The overlapping tides stroked mercilessly against the.
  24. I’m going to La Jolla Saturday for the spring tides.
  25. City of the sea! city of hurried and glittering tides!.
  26. Yet it is not our part to master all the tides of the.
  27. Tidal current: current caused by the rise and fall of tides.
  28. The quakes are probably triggered by tides resulting from.
  29. Answer: The tides are a fight between the earth and the moon.
  30. Tides and Currents: Every voyage in space is timed to begin.
  31. You tides with ceaseless swell! you power that does this work!.
  32. There’s a headland there which affects the way the tides flow.
  33. The body drifted with slow unconcern under the slow canal tides.
  34. Sea and land, relative level of, as regards the tides, xxxi, 335.
  35. Alternatively, the tides symbolize your emotional ups and downs.
  36. Pouring tides of the timeless sea brings forth what should have.
  37. We pray we catch the spring high tides the rest of the way.
  38. It is likely the natives harness the power of the tides in them.
  39. The rip tides are less than twenty-five meters from the shore.
  40. His life beat to the rhythm of the swells, the wind and the tides.
  41. I will get the spring tides at La Jolla, he said to himself.
  42. Syzygy: points of the new and full moon; the cause of spring tides.
  43. I’ve got to go to La Jolla tomorrow for the spring tides!.
  44. He built an underground sewage system that would drain with the tides.
  45. This shoots the spring tides, he said, staring at the white cast.
  46. Crossovers of the MACD and Signal lines identify changes of market tides.
  47. If they sent it by sea it could be delayed by tides or the weather and.
  48. To catch outflowing tides, it’s often necessary to rise before the sun.
  49. There are times of high and low tides, and such occurrences are inevitable.
  50. Jeeze! If he bust his leg he couldn’t go to the spring tides, said Hazel.
  51. I am holding on to that promise as I navigate the changing tides of my existence.
  52. Rising tides raise all boats and we are seeing that rising tide begin in earnest.
  53. The swamp is always shifting and rolling, like the great tides of the Hroon ocean.
  54. The two brothers were in the habit of rising early and depending upon the tides, fish from.
  55. She knew about tides, had known about them her whole life! Something very weird had happened.
  56. The boat of love knows no anchor and no coast; it is always at the mercy of tides of the ocean.
  57. Oceans are the largest bodies of water known to man, they have tides and currents (enter flow).
  58. I resented this boy who saw the collapsed rollercoaster as I saw it: a beast dead in the tides.
  59. The surf pounded this coastline day and night, the rising tides littering it with brown seaweed.
  60. Low tides indicate that you energies are being drained, whereas high tides symbolize high energy.
  61. To see or hear the tides in your dream represents a need for emotional and spiritual cleansing.
  62. The tides of battle changed abruptly, however, and the Wind Riders were woefully unprepared for it.
  63. And I must admit, monsieur, that I took little notice of the tides, having other things on my mind.
  64. This caused Operation Sealion to be postponed until September 27th, the last day for favourable tides.
  65. The moon influences the tides in the oceans essential for maintaining marine life and life in general.
  66. Into space? Into inky tides of meteor and gaseous torch? Into swift mileages and infinite dimensions?
  67. Think how the sea will have high and low tides of thousands of meters pulling the waves to destroy the.
  68. The rest of the time, his voice was drowned in salt tides that by arriving and leaving put us off balance.
  69. Fort Tuscelan stood on the eastern bank of Black River, the tides of which washed the foot of the stockade.
  70. Likewise, the ocean tides and the flooding rivers would have displaced many an onam onto the ground around.
  71. I think we can no more stop them than we can stop the tides from rolling in or snow from falling in winter.
  72. Only while I was watching The Prince of Tides alone in my bedroom at home, she said, and smiled again.
  73. As I approached, a great surf of traffic engulfed me, waves of station wagons, rip tides of roaring trucks.
  74. We've got to set up quickly before the tide starts rushing in, and at spring tides there's minimal slack water.
  75. Aazuria knew that he was getting too deep in her heart, but it was too late to stop the flow of such great tides.
  76. Unlike Chisholm or Old Charis, it experienced only two tides per day, not four, and they were far feebler, as well.
  77. On the table beside him lay unrolled one of those charts of tides and currents which have previously been spoken of.
  78. These grains, most of them possessing a longer axis, have been rolled backwards and forwards by the tides or by river-currents.
  79. Flashing her lighthouse-smile to all, she waved a salute as she rode between the coming-and-going tides of camel-humps, jolting.
  80. It was fresh and sweet smelling again after successive tides had washed away the last of the debris from yesterday’s debacle.
  81. Inside, Mitchell could feel the tides of change shifting into his favor, one notion that he knew all along would eventually happen.
  82. Tides vary considerably according to both location and time of year for they are caused by the counter-gravities of the sun and moon.
  83. Driven before the onrushing tides of Nordic invasion, the Cimmerians were on the march, and neither army nor city stood before them.
  84. Quickly, the critics cried, orchestrated requiems to flood the Thames with mournful tides when, as Tosca, he flung himself into forever.
  85. So have I seen Passion and Vanity stamping the living magnanimous earth, but the earth did not alter her tides and her seasons for that.
  86. Liberty knew that the low tides were going to be early in the mornings for the next few days and that there was a southerly wind blowing.
  87. During the day the pine trees stretched over the distant hills as far as the eye could see like choppy green tides rolling away from shore.
  88. First, the large cap asset class has lagged the smaller stocks for years and I believe the tides are about to turn in favor of the big guys.
  89. When you describe time as passing us by you give it energy or suggest that it has a force or energy of its own a bit like the wind or tides.
  90. When times are good in the energy sector, the countries flourish, but when the tides change, as they did in 2008, they will tend to struggle.
  91. Time the tides and become familiar with their pattern, then you will be less likely to be cut off by an incoming tide or swept out by the ebb.
  92. When his friends visited him he would explain, You see, I can’t go on without specimens, and I can’t get any more until the spring tides.
  93. Not summer's zones alone--not chants of youth, or south's warm tides alone, But held by sluggish floes, pack'd in the northern ice, the cumulus.
  94. She saw a horse, with empty saddle, struggling, swimming, drifting out; saw a swash of black tumble in the twisting tides that sucked it seaward.
  95. We had run aground at full tide and in one of those seas whose tides are moderate, an inconvenient state of affairs for floating the Nautilus off.
  96. Nevertheless, the moon is the master of tides, influences the life span of planets; gardeners know this wel , and adjust the woman’s physiology.
  97. Sensing the apparent change in tides of their position on the matter, Feltus inquired, Are you saying then that you don’t believe Terence 208.
  98. She walked in her sneakers across the gravel to the sand, which was grassy in places, until she reached the pristine area washed smooth by the tides.
  99. The drugstore was a small pool of sluggish air which the great wooden fans stirred in tides of arnica and tonic and soda-smell out onto the brick streets.
  100. Was I staring at a similar beast? Someone who loved night tides, who hid in caches under the banks to rise and step softly to leave rain where he walked?

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