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  1. Against The Tide is a psychological drama produced by MediaCorp Channel 8. This drama features different crime cases. Each case lasts 2-3 episodes and features a main character of the case. The drama began production in March 2014 and wrapped up its filming in May 2014. The drama features Star Awards 2013's best actor, Christopher Lee, and best actress, Rui En. It was aired from 24 September 2014 to 24 October 2014 and has a total of 23 episodes.
    • begun on and completed on
    • 23 episodes
    • country: Singapore
    • genres: Drama, Suspense, Psychological Drama
  2. "Against the Tide": 'Against The Tide' examines the conflict that erupted in the American Jewish community over the best means to rescue the European Jews trying to escape the Holocaust. It tells the little known story of Peter Bergson, who tirelessly stood up against American Jewish leaders in the late 30's and early 40's in an effort to save the Jews of Europe.
  3. "Against the Tide" is a 1937 British drama film directed by Alex Bryce and starring Robert Cochran, Cathleen Nesbitt and Linden Travers. A Cornish fishing village is struck by a tragedy.
    • country: United Kingdom
    • language: English Language
    • genre: Drama
    • released in (78 years ago)
  4. "Against the Tide" is a 2013 sports documentary film written by Steven Stern and directed by George Roy.
    • begun on
    • country: United States of America
    • written by Steven Stern
    • genres: Sports, Documentary film
    • released on
    • award: - Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition/Direction/Lyrics


  1. "Against the tide" is a book published in 2005 that was written by John Ringo.
    • also known as "Against the Tide (Council of War)"
    • language: English Language
    • genres: Fiction, Science Fiction, Speculative fiction
    • subjects: Space opera, Adventure
    • copyright: 2005-02
    • released in (10 years ago)
  2. "Against the Tide" is a book by Theresa Tomlinson.
    • genres: Children's literature, Historical fiction
  3. "Against the tide" is a book by J. R. B. McMinn.
    • also known as "Against the tide: a calendar of the papers of Rev. J.B. Armour, Irish Presbyterian minister and home ruler: 1869-1914"
  4. "Against the tide" is a book by Harriet Keyserling.
    • also known as "Against the tide: one woman's political struggle"
  5. "Against the tide" is a book by Cornelia Dean.
    • also known as "Against the tide: the battle for America's beaches"

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  1. "Against the Tide" is an EP by Mêlée, released on Jul 8, 2003 by independent record label Hopeless Records.
    • genre: Pop rock
    • released on (11 years ago)
  2. "Against the Tide" is a musical album of Davis Gaines.
    • released on (18 years ago)
  3. "Against the Tide" is a musical EP of The Radio Dept..
    • released on (12 years ago)


Against the Tide is a TV program, begun in (4 years ago).

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Asian Philosophy (2006)

by Oliver Leaman

Gandhi: Against the Tide, Oxford: Blackwell. Gandhi, M.K. (1958) The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, New Delhi: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Woodcock, G. (1972) Gandhi, London: Fontana.

Google previewA General Dictionary of Commerce, Trade, and Manufactures (1810)

Exhibiting Their Present State in Every Part of the World; and Carefully Comp. from the Latest and Best Authorities by Thomas Mortimer

In some cases it is necessary to drop two anchors opposite to each other; oue to keep the ship firm against the tide or flow, the other against the ebb. Weighing cricker, is the recovering it into the vessel in order for sailing. The anchor is ordinarily weighed by means of a windlass. Anchor is also a measure of brandy, &c. containing ten gallons.—Mortimer. ANCHORAGE, or anchoring-ground, a place where a ship may cast anchor. The best anchoring-ground is stiff clay or hard sand; and ...

Google previewTeutsch-englisches Lexicon. 2. U. Verb. Aufl (1745)

by Christian Ludwig

Wenn beladeneschiffe hinunter-segeln, fothun sies mit dem winde und gegen der flut nicht aber mit der ebbe, das ist nicht mit fallenden sondern wachsendem wasser, aus furcht, daß sie irgend an grund zu sitzen kommen möchten, ships sailing down will do it usually against the tide, to wit when the tide comes in and the water rises, wherebythey might immediately get ofloat again if so be theytouched on bank or shelf in the river. Hie müssen wir nun sech stunde warten , bis es wieder ...

Google previewThe Focal Encyclopedia of Photography (2013)

by Michael R. Peres

Meisel worked against the tide of youth culture seen in fashion photographs of Jurgen Teller and Wolfgang Tillmans. Jurgen Teller, who does not consider himself an art or fashion photographer, has a casual and blunt documentary style . Teller is interested in the depth of a photograph rather than its surface. Wolgang Tillmans, one of the most influential photographers to emerge during the 1990s, produces raw images of traditional subjects like portraiture, landscape, and still life ...

Google previewCambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary (2008)

▻ idioms go/swim against the tide to not follow what everyone else is doing • go/swim with the tide to follow what everyone else is doing: J thought ...

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

Soon after this period, we remember seeing on the shore of the Thanies at Westminster, a small barge with a water-wheel in a cavity in its stern with a steam -engine for working it, which was said to be the contrivance of earl Stanhope, and had been tried with success against the tide in the river. In the year 1797, a vesse having rowers by its side, that made 18 strokes per minute, from the action of a steam engine on board, was tried on the Saroy canal near Liverpool, by which it was ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America: Women in North American Catholicism (2006)

by Rosemary Skinner Keller, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Marie Cantlon

Against the Tide: Women Reformers in American Society ( 1997); Carolyn DeSwarte Gifford, "Women in Social Reform Movements," in Women and Religion in America: A Documentary History, vol. 1, The Nineteenth Century, ed. Rosemary Radford Ruether and Rosemary Skinner Keller (1981); Lori D. Ginsberg, Women and the Work of Benevolence: Morality, Politics, and Class in the ...

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The work of many of the greatest men, inspired by duty, has been done amidst suffering and trial and difficulty. They have struggled against the tide, and reached the shore exhausted. (Samuel Smiles)
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