[Six Flags St. Louis]
The Tidal Wave is a boat-based shoot-the-chutes amusement ride at Six Flags St. Louis amusement park that opened in 1991 in the Illinois section of the park. It uses 20-person boats and has a 50-foot waterfall that ends in a basin with 300,000 gallons of water, creating a wall of water 20 feet high and 80 feet wide. ..
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(1) A wave, in the oceans and seas, produced by tides and tidal currents. (2) Non-technical term in popular usage for an unusually high and destructive water level along a shore. It usually refers to STORM SURGE or TSUNAMI.
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- a huge destructive wave (especially one caused by an earthquake)
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Operational code name for the US bombing of the Romanian oilfields of Ploesti - August 1943
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The wave between the percussion wave and the dicrotic wave in the downward limb of the arterial pulse tracing. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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a wave resulting from the periodic flow of the tides that is caused by the gravitational attraction of the moon and sun
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the wave after the percussion wave on a sphygmograph recording; the second elevation of the tracing, preceding the dicrotic wave.
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Tidal Wave is the name of a fictional character from Transformers: Armada and Transformers: Energon. He is a Decepticon, and at one point of the Energon series, he was rebuilt as Mirage. His Japanese name is Shockwave (ショックウェーブ), and later, Shockfleet (ショックフリート). ==Transformers: Armada== In Tra
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tidal wave, term properly applied to the crest of a tide as it moves around the earth. The wavelike upstream rush of water caused by the incoming tide in some locations is known as a tidal bore. In popular usage the term tidal wave also is often applied to any destructive wave or to high water not r...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. the wave between the percussion wave and the dicrotic wave in the downward limb of the arterial pulse tracing.
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Common name for a tsunami
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Tidal Wave is a giant water ride located at Thorpe Park in Surrey, England, UK. It was opened in 2000 and was Tussauds` first major investment in the park. When the ride was constructed in 2000 it was the tallest water ride in Europe and retained the title until 2002, when Hydro at Oakwood Theme Park was opened. From 2006 to 2
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== Plot == Located on the southeastern tip of the Korean Peninsula, Haeundae-gu of the city Busan draws one million visitors to its beaches every year. Several years ago, Man-sik, a Haeundae local, lost Yeon-hee`s father due to his mistake in the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake while deep-sea fishing together at the Indian Ocean. Becaus
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1) the periodic variations of sea level caused by the moon's pull, and also caused by earthquakes 2) in everyday language, referring to any unusually high and destructive water level along a shore.
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A term that is incorrectly used in reference to a tsunami. Tsunamis have nothing to do with the tide
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A shallow water wave caused by the gravitational interactions between the Sun, Moon, and Earth. Esse
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