Examples of shoreline in a Sentence
The road runs along the shoreline.
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The Coast Guard said any surface oil from the spill was expected to move to the southwest and not affect the shoreline, based on trajectory models of wind and the movement of the water.
In addition to the ships, researchers found an entire Bronze Age settlement in Bulgaria alongside an ancient shoreline.
With either variety, though, anglers can cover many acres of shoreline rapidly and search out those rare schools of larger fish that win tournaments, or weekends--burning in fall is definitely worth a try.
Up and down the Biscayne shoreline, Irma has sparked a grim and unlikely exercise of lost-and-found: owners of bus-sized sailboats looking for their vessels, and owners of waterfront property stuck with multi-ton cruisers in their backyards.
Sandy damaged not just homes and businesses, but also Staten Island’s entire southern shoreline, which had already been receding.
Hike along one mile of Lake Michigan shoreline, or stroll through the changing leaves around Quarry Lake.
The new lands will be transferred to Alabama's Forever Wild program by the end of the year, meaning the entire shoreline of Grand Bay in Alabama is under state control.
Dalay Menéndez stands in the bedroom of her home along the shoreline in Cojímar, Cuba, and points to the level water reached inside her home during Hurricane Irma.
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