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Having reached it, Di sipped the highwater mark off her lemonade.
On low seaboard plains they come down to the highwater mark.
A strip of land 100 feet wide at highwater mark and thence extending along the river to its lowest water level.
The "highwater mark of the Rebellion" is here: along these banks its uttermost ripples died.
A perpendicular bluff rose from the highwater mark, leaving no place for camp fire or bed.
There are no common griefs, and death's a common grief, that can be drawn above that tide's highwater mark.
The highwater mark was reached in April, when 800,000 tons of shipping were destroyed.