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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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The new research by astronomer Rory Barnes of the University of Washington suggested that many exoplanets that will likely be discovered by NASA's next planet-hunting satellite, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite or TESS will probably be tidally locked, with one side permanently facing their host star.
Oyster density was significantly greater within the smaller, more tidally influenced Core Sound as compared with the larger, wind-driven Pamlico Sound for all sizes classes, with the exception of the recruit size class (Fig.
Facies association 3 (FA3): High energy, tidally coastal bars and channels (Facies Sip, Ssc, Sr, SsM, Mm, Fe; Table 1)
This interaction stripped away part of its circumstellar disk, leaving a tidally disrupted "arm" feature and a short truncated disk.
This is the closest one to Earth in a habitable zone that is not tidally locked," University of Hertfordshire astronomer Hugh Jones told Reuters.
Here are twin girls, aged 13 going on 14, living on a realistically imagined Cornish island linked to the mainland by a tidally impassable causeway.
It also spins on its axis once every 34 hours as it is expected to be tidally locked with its star, such that one side of the planet always faces the star.
Waters along this zone are tidally influenced by St.
Two of the segments are the nontidal portions of the Mission and Aransas rivers, two segments are the tidally influenced downstream reaches of those rivers, and one segment comprises Copano Bay itself.
It's expected to be tidally locked with the star, so one side of the planet always faces the star.
The tidally volatile Ulwe river will still have to be diverted for the project and 98 hectares of mangrove forests will also be destroyed.