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Tom Bramble (2008) Trade Unionism in Australia: A History from Flood to Ebb Tide, Cambridge University Press, Port Melbourne.
A similar trend is also observed during ebb tide flow for both spring and neap tides.
Ebb Tide in New England: Women, Seaports, and Social Change, 1630-1800.
With the ebb tide running strongly on PSA stocks, cheap product is likely to be older butter from storage.
Financially speaking, the ebb tide may not actually have reached Redmond yet, but McNealy believes it is on the way, and he argues that Microsoft already knows it.
But rescuers on board the lifeboat were hampered by mud banks on the ebb tide.
Ton Fijen, technical director of Tidal Lagoon Power, said after running a tender process with worldleading turbine manufacturers they have "iterated" a turbine that delivers 93% efficiency on the ebb tide and 81% efficiency on the flood tide.
The project, by developer Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay (TLSB), will be capable of generating 240MW of renewable energy on both the flood and ebb tide, providing enough electricity for all of Swansea's domestic use.
The two occupants were struggling to return to shore due to the ebb tide.
But there was a strong ebb tide running which meant John could not lift Nathaniel into the boat - but with incredible strength, and with his own life in danger, he hung on to him as his sculling-boat was dragged at least a quarter of a mile down river.
The Championship Course is that of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race but, unlike that event, the Head of the River Race is raced on an ebb tide from Mortlake to Putney.
But an extremely high spring tide could refloat them, and the ebb tide would carry them back out into the Labrador Current where the icebergs would resume drifting southward," the Daily Mail quoted lead researcher Dr Donald Olson as saying.