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The seawater rushes inland at the height of the tides.
It is the lateness of the day the moon begin its rise.
Morning sun takes out the seawater and start its decline.
Studies by astronomers note the ascent and decline.
The position of the sun and moon, fluctuates the tides.
Predictions will ascertain the water table to rise.
Scheduling sporting events whenever the water rise.
Have those not inclined, to venture further when in decline.
Higher water levels are flood tides, lower are ebb tides.
The level of the tides, when the moon rise, and sun decline.

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