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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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Based on shoreward increase in U in the Cambrian Alum Shales in Scandinavia, Schovsbo (2002) suggested that synsedimentary U enrichment had been controlled by a more efficient advective transport of U in those settings.
It was found to be drifting gradually shorewards under a headsail alone, half a mile off the coast between Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan.
As they reached the swimmer, Hugh grabbed him by the hand while Douglas grabbed Hugh and he dragged them shorewards.
As the boat was being driven shorewards, three evacuee schoolgirls were walking over the cliffs and saw the boat capsize throwing the survivors into the sea.