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It made one think of whales making room in a narrow tideway for an impudent black minnow to pass.
The place was a rocky point of land jutting forth into a reef-strewn tideway.
THE DOOMSMANVAN TASSEL SUTPHEN
The galley at last drew up under the counter of a large ship of foreign rig, lying in the tideway off Tilbury Hope.
THE GREAT MOGULLOUIS TRACY
How shall a loving wife express warmth of sentiment elsewhere, without the one beam too much, that plunges her on a tideway?
Through artificial outlets it tumbles into the tideway, and becomes at a bound subject to the ebb and flow of the Solent.
From the broad windows he could see the whole shining tideway of Fifth Avenue, passing lazily in the warm sunlight.
WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
The Polly J., her new paint all silver in the early light, rides proudly at her anchor in the centre of the tideway.
PIKE & CUTLASSGEORGE GIBBS
The tideway is always a drawback to scenery, but Barnes always used to produce good audiences and good competitors.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE
Its fortunes hang on the Kingston Rowing Club, but it is well patronised by tideway clubs.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE
University men produce far fewer good watermen than the tideway clubs, and with good reason.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE

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