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where water is[edit]

Not sure about this. In my experience waterline usually refers to where the water is now (eg, the waterline of a boat). The mark that shows where water has been is the (high) tide line, (high) water mark, etc. --User:Wiml

Well, most of this contributor's entries are crap - oversimplistic at best. --User:
I agree, all of User:'s entries do seem to be crap. User: Wiml on the other hand, has been making very reasonable contributions. --Connel MacKenzie 02:23, 23 August 2005 (UTC)

one or two words[edit]

Websters 1913 and my quick look at my American Hertiage (which, admittedly, shouldn't be trusted) show it as two words. --Stranger 03:24, 25 September 2005 (UTC)