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Due to high sea surges, Glass Window Bridge was closed by the Bahamas Government.
The Plunge for Elodie — the first Boston-area EB fund-raiser — had been due to take place in Hingham, but the high seas generated by the recent severe weather prompted the group to relocate to Morses Pond in Wellesley.
Combined with the full moon, some coastal flooding is likely Friday afternoon through Saturday, the National Weather Service says, with strong winds inciting high seas.
Other findings from the study show that just five countries — China, Spain, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea — account for 85% of fishing on the high seas.
Ditto the fact that China, Spain, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea take 85 percent of it all on the high seas.
Lewis Bennett, 41, of Delray Beach, is charged with second-degree murder on the high seas in the May disappearance of Isabella Hellman, also 41, the FBI said in an affidavit filed in Miami federal court.
That is because of its remote location on the high seas and also the type of petroleum involved: condensate, a toxic, liquid byproduct of natural gas production.
The track's bombast came through loud and clear, and its arena-worthy guitar swells held their own on the high seas.
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First Known Use of high sea
before 12th century
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