Origin of shoreline
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Examples from the Web for shoreline
Investigators have been combing an Oakland shoreline park trying to find the weapon in the murky shallow water.What Made One Goh, the Oikos University Shooter, Snap?
April 4, 2012
On Tuesday, he surveyed the shoreline in Pensacola Beach with President Obama.The Oil Spill Saved Crist
Samuel P. Jacobs
June 19, 2010
Walton County, located on the Florida panhandle, has already started spraying hay into the water if it arrives at the shoreline.11 Extreme Oil Spill Solutions
The Daily Beast
May 12, 2010
He centered the shoreline of the bay and put on maximum magnification.A Matter of Importance
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Circling the shoreline at a distance of about a mile, a curtain of mist was visible.Sinister Paradise
Robert Moore Williams
All day they rode, roughly following the shoreline to the northward.The Golden Amazons of Venus
John Murray Reynolds
For a moment he surveyed the shoreline from his higher vantage point.
He had a mental image of the watchers following the shoreline.
- the edge of a body of water
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Word Origin and History for shoreline
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