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n. (plural of tide English)

Tides (organization)

Tides is a donor advised fund that directs money to politically liberal causes. Founded in 1976 in San Francisco, Tides provides money to organizations working to advance progressive policy in the areas of the environment, health care, labor issues, immigrant rights, gay rights, women's rights and human rights. Tides oversees the Tides Center, which serves as an incubator for fledgling progressive organizations.

Tides (Phaeleh album)

Tides is the second full-length studio album by English electronic musician Phaeleh. It was released in July 2013 by Afterglo Records.

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In that part of the earth two sets of tides are discernible, the one and greater due to the moon, the other, much smaller, to the sun.

When from the southern ocean the tides start to the northward up the bays of the Atlantic, the Pacific, or the Indian Ocean, they have, as before noted, a height of perhaps less than two feet.

When these bays are wide-mouthed and of elongate triangular form, with deep bottoms, the tides which on their outer parts have a height of ten or fifteen feet may attain an altitude of forty or fifty feet at the apex of the triangle.

In such portions of the shore the tides do important work in carving channels into the lands.

All regions which are visited by strong tides commonly have in the shallows near the shores a thick growth of seaweed which furnishes an ample provision of food for the fishes and other forms of animal life.

The tides rotate around the earth from east to west, or rather, we should say, the solid mass of the earth rubs against them as it spins from west to east.

The tides, as we have noted, tend to drag the particles down the slope, while the waves operate to roll them up the declivity.

In the Bay of Fundy, where the tides have an altitude of fifty feet or more, the energy of their currents is such that the marsh mat rarely forms.

They suggest that the rainfall may have been much greater or the tides higher than they now are.

That whom the People call Groundfather is known to us as the air-breather which spawned the People in the mid-twenty-first century, as the tides are counted by air-breathers.

He looked to be no more than seven or eight thousand tides and was enjoying his moment.

Protection against ordinary high tides comes from defence works along the river.

Men built walls to contain the flow of tides, drained the marshes and made homes for a million inhabitants.

They normally fed on the natural forces found in falling water, tides, and the changing dynamics of weather.

At solstice and equinox, when lane tides ran highest, the fallen still danced in perpetual combat.