Tide day


  • Twas noon-tide on a summer day, and in a hammock bruin lay
    Twas noon-tide on a summer day, and in a hammock bruin lay
  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Tide day the interval between the occurrences of two consecutive maxima of the resultant wave at the same place. Its length varies as the components of sun and moon waves approach to, or recede from, one another. A retardation from this cause is called the lagging of the tide, while the acceleration of the recurrence of high water is termed the priming of the tide. See Lag of the tide, under 2d Lag.
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In literature:

It took us a whole day to work past the tides of the Start.
"News from the Duchy" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
At the end of ten days from the death of Mr. Kennedy, there came the tidings of the will.
"Phineas Redux" by Anthony Trollope
The ship was then in commission, and she was to sail on the tide the next day.
"A Victorious Union" by Oliver Optic
I have reason to think they sailed; but from that day to this, I have heard no tidings from them.
"Holidays at the Grange or A Week's Delight" by Emily Mayer Higgins
From the dawn of the next day the winds blew louder, the tide flowed higher, and the sound of the waves resounded with a deafening noise.
"Japanese Literature" by Various
I remember the tide of misery that seemed to flood over my mind, to this day.
"Six to Sixteen" by Juliana Horatia Ewing
It took many days to carry the good tidings.
"Stories of Great Inventors" by Hattie E. Macomber
Day after day brought tidings of fresh disasters.
"Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia" by L. Mühlbach,
The days passed by, bringing strange tidings to Stanfield.
"By What Authority?" by Robert Hugh Benson
A few days later the tidings of her death spread grief and consternation throughout the city.
"Story-Lives of Great Musicians" by Francis Jameson Rowbotham
The day was waning, and all its range of possibility had lain within the limits of that one tide.
"Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1887" by Various
The Fathers of the City, they sat all night and day, For every hour some horseman came with tidings of dismay.
"The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886" by Ministry of Education
Nine years went by, and nothing but good news came from the absent Girolamo; but one day, in 1489, disastrous tidings arrived.
"Amerigo Vespucci" by Frederick A. Ober
Instinctively he felt that something new and startling was added to the catalogue of the day's disastrous tidings.
"Warrior Gap" by Charles King
Our running tide is the gliding golden days.
"Evening Round Up" by William Crosbie Hunter
Forty days was Fraser going from St. George to tide water.
"Canada: the Empire of the North" by Agnes C. Laut
No danger from the tide at this time of day.
"Left on Labrador" by Charles Asbury Stephens
Days went on, and still no tidings reached them.
"Follow My leader" by Talbot Baines Reed
And for some reason or other a whole day had to elapse before the tidings found their way up to the school.
"The Willoughby Captains" by Talbot Baines Reed
Good-day to you, my man; I will come down again this evening when the tide makes.
"Bob Strong's Holidays" by John Conroy Hutcheson

In poetry:

And should I not return to you
When the sails are on the tide,
'Tis you will find the days so long,
Una Bawn, and I must bide.
"Una Bawn" by Francis Ledwidge
’Twas in the water-dwindling tide
When July days were done,
Sir Rafe of Greenhowes, ’gan to ride
In the earliest of the sun.
"The Hall And The Wood" by William Morris
Oh, happy chime,
Oh, blessed time,
That draws us all so near!
"Welcome, dear day,"
All creatures say,
For Christmas-tide is here.
"From Our Happy Home" by Louisa May Alcott
That family that meet to-day
From many a foreign field and glen,
For what is Christmas-tide with men
Is with the flowers the time of May.
"The Meetings Of The Flowers" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Her joy is ours! Oh, may we see
That joy more plainly every day!
Christ lives and loves eternally,--
Swift feet such tidings should convey.
"Ministering Women" by Nancy Rebecca Campbell Glass
O lover loved, the day has only gone!
In death or life, our love can only go;
Never forgotten is the joy we know,
We follow memory when life is done:
No wave is lost in all the tides that flow.
"Broken Waves" by Rose Hawthorne Lathrop

In news:

Today, the film industry mourns the death by apparent suicide of director Tony Scott, whose resume of hit movies includes the 1986 blockbuster Top Gun, Crimson Tide, True Romance, Enemy of the State, Days of Thunder and Man on Fire.
Tide.not only gets your whites white, it'll get you just about anything these days including drugs.
Action has varied depending upon day and tide.
Tide punter Cody Mandell 's busy day draws praise from Nick Saban.
Alabama's Chapman, Menzie , Smelley drafted on final day as Tide sends 8 to NFL.
With Jason Garrett's decision to make Alabama's the one and only pro day he attended, conventional wisdom suggests the Cowboys are leaning toward a Tide player at No 14.
"LINCOLN" (PG-13) Director Steven Spielberg's biopic finds the 16th president (Daniel Day-Lewis) navigating tricky tides to pass the 13th Amendment and end the Civil War.
Crimson Tide Kicks Off 28-Day Run to Season Opener.
Editor's note: Each day between now and Alabama's date with Notre Dame in the BCS national championship, we will review the season for a key Crimson Tide player and attempt to project what's next for him.
Digging days and evening low tides for those beaches are.
'I felt like I got hit by a bus,' Tide's Robert Lester says of day after victory over Georgia.
Editor's note: Each day this week we'll review the five biggest plays or moments of the season for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The king tides are expected to peak during the next several days, with surges over 9 feet in some areas.
It's four days until the LSU Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide meet up in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and the football teams aren't alone in preparing for the big game.
Crimson Tide sending 3 seniors to SEC Media Days.

In science:

Contrary to the pronouncements of some of the politicians of our day, a rising tide does not raise all boats (or cones), but instead favors the cone in the highest tax bracket.
The QCD and Standard Model Working Group: Summary Report from Les Houches
In this case the period of the K1 tide would amount to ∼ 103 days.
An assessment of the measurement of the Lense-Thirring effect in the Earth gravity field, in reply to: ``On the measurement of the Lense-Thirring effect using the nodes of the LAGEOS satellites, in reply to ``On the reliability of the so far performed tests for measuring the Lense-Thirring effect with the LAGEOS satellites'' by L. Iorio,'' by I. Ciufolini and E. Pavlis
We take as ¯t the order of magnitude of the smallest period of time during which dunes undergo significant evolution in a tide-submitted environment, i.e. ¯t = 100 days ∼ 2400 hours ∼ 8.6 106 s.
Singularly perturbed degenerated parabolic equations and application to seabed morphodynamics in tided environment