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SHORE. Land on the side of the sea, a lake, or a river, is called the shore. Strictly speaking, however, when the water does not ebb and flow, in a river, there is no shore. See 4 Hill, N. Y. Rep. 375; 6 Cowen, 547; and Seashore.

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The cruise company teamed up with experts -- including leading psychologists and influential travel bloggers -- to scientifically prove which locations can lay claim to the world's greatest shorelines.
Kuziak, the current manager of Shoreline FCU, said in a prepared statement.
The program is expected to cost about $400,000 over two years, and Shoreline hopes to be able to offer it every year.
On the Atlantic coast look for snook around the ocean inlets, along the surfline on the beaches and undertighted docksand bridge shadow lines at night in the Bay, On the Gulf coast, snook can be found nextto islands, along downed tree shorelines and in the channels and runoffs in Florida Bay.
Shoreline Energy will use the net proceeds from the debentures offering to cut its bank debt and speed up its oil development programme in the Peace River Arch area of Alberta.
Researchers located bass and crapple nests around the entire shoreline of each lake.
McGlashan noted, "Our sidewalks are safer and more accessible to all in Shoreline as a result of CDBG funding.
Very much a hidden gem on the Northumberland coast, the Shoreline Cafe recently celebrated its first birthday and has already made its name as a 'must-visit' place on the Northumberland Coast's tourist trail.
Ventura also spent the past seven years at Shoreline Trading Group where he was Partner and Managing Director of Prime Brokerage Services Operations.
The shoreline has already been partly fixed in place by coastal defence work.
The Chesapeake Bay is a national treasure, and the shoreline restoration at Indian Head is one of many projects in which DOD is investing to revitalize the bay," said Donald Schregardus, environmental deputy assistant Secretary of the Navy.
Changes in the other shoreline, which has height variations of about 0.