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Cattle standing in the fields were overwhelmed, and their carcasses strewed the tide.

History of the Johnstown FloodWillis Fletcher Johnson

She struggled against it at first as against an anæsthetic, but the thing crept over her like a tide.

Beggars on HorsebackF. Tennyson Jesse

From the tide of population now flowing into them it is highly probable that this will soon occur.

In cellars near the river the tide rose and fell, compelling the tenants "to keep the children in bed till ebb-tide."

Probably we had passed the place where a tide was setting against the wind.

We have already seen how the moon contributes to raise a tide on the opposite side of the earth.

Letters on AstronomyDenison Olmsted

What I first want to do, is to impress upon you in a simple way the fact of the relation between the tide and the moon.

Time and TideRobert S. (Robert Stawell) Ball

But neither Mrs. Bliss nor Miss Wax could longer stem the tide of speech.

Mrs. Tree's WillLaura E. Richards

For a moment the fellow could not believe that the tide had turned.

They congregated along the water's edge, picking up, as the tide slowly receded, many bits of food.

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