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HIGH WATER MARK. That part of the shore of the sea to which the waves ordinarily reach when he tide is at its highest. 6 Mass. R. 435; 1 Pick. R. 180; 1 Halst. R. 1; 1 Russ. on Cr. 107; 2 East, P. C. 803. Vide Sea shore; Tide.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Building on enthusiastic critical acclaim and a rapidly growing fan base, 2018 represented a high watermark for the Detroit-born and Houston-raised songstress.
Valverde can afford to rest players against Levante ahead of next week's Champions League semi-final first leg at home to Liverpool, which will provide the high watermark of a season in which no-one has come close to challenging his side in La Liga.
While 2016 remains the high watermark year for investment in the region's start-ups, with a total of $972 million raised, the vast majority of that was made up by e-commerce site Souq and Careem.
Sir Stelios said this year did not the high watermark of 2017 when there were about 800 applicants, "we had 700 applications which I think is a very good respectable result".
The new high watermark shows how Asian artists are closing the price gap with their Western counterparts, as well as the growing importance of the region in the global art scene as a source of both consignors and buyers.
The year proved to be the party's high watermark, with the Tories regaining their overall majority after 12 months and the Lib Dems having since seen their group dramatically shrink in size.
Andrew Niccol writes and directs with concrete self-importance, leaving 1997's Gattaca the high watermark of his career.
Now she, bassist Mike Abbate and drummer Jarrett Dougherty follow 2015's Rose Mountain with a new career high watermark.
Fifteen years later and the Mac and Windows game is still worth returning to, partly because it remains a high watermark for the series.
The self-storage facility, formerly known as Camelback Self Storage, sold December 18, 2017 for $17,500,000 which becomes the new high watermark for a single self-storage property in Arizona.
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"East Hampton's Estate section, historically, posts the high watermark most years," Town & Country wrote in a press release Oct.