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ti·dal

(tī'dăl),
Relating to or resembling the tides, alternately rising and falling.

tidal

/ti·dal/ (ti´d'l) ebbing and flowing like the waters of the oceans.

tidal

[tī′dəl]
Etymology: AS, tid, time
pertaining to an alternating process, such as a rise-and-fall, ebb-and-flow, or periodic lapse of time.

ti·dal

(tī'dăl)
Relating to or resembling the tides, alternately rising and falling.
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Tidal has deals for rights with all the major record labels, a representative with the company said.
As for using tidal energy, evidence of "tide mills" dates back to the Middle ages with the earliest known tide mill cropping up in London during Roman times on the--now subterranean--River Fleet.
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