Cllr Evans said: "The bridge deck is around 100ft from the high water mark
so add on the height they had scaled up the chains then they must have been nearly 150ft up, if they had fallen they would not have stood a chance.
In fact, Judge Jacobus ruled that, using the state's definition of the high water mark
, an existing subdivision would be sitting on sovereign land of the state of Florida.
The high water mark
for the unit's operations was probably March 2 when history was made.
However, after hitting this high water mark
, total exports, primarily in light of restrictions on exports placed by national governments, have been static or declining, with less than 12 million metric tons expected to be exported from these countries in 2003.
Emerson's 35th-minute opener was the high water mark
of their successful period.
Not a dynamic period macro-economically, but the high water mark
of Britain's "pop" culture.
Thankfully teenage smoking had its high water mark
in 1996 and has fallen sharply since then.
2--Color) A grove of trees stands at the High Water Mark
on Cemetery Ridge - the furthest advance made by Southern troops during Pickett's Charge.
The market for original equipment (OE) passenger tires posted modest gains in 1997, but remained below the high water mark
previously realized in 1994.
This was followed by a period of relative stability for nearly the next two decades through 1969, when malleable shipments reached their high water mark
If Watergate was the high water mark
for independent journalism, the Iran-contra scandal might have been its nadir.
We'd basically go into a storm-impacted area after the fact and look for high water marks
that indicate storm surge.
NASDAQ-NMS: DQSB) plans to "keep on rollin' on the river" despite record high water marks
being set on the Upper Mississippi, said Jeff Krida, president of the 103-year-old riverboat line.