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The Battle of Gettyburg is what mainly turned the tide.


There is no idiom "the tide turned over." There is a saying that "the tide turned," but it's not an idiom because you can figure out what it means by thinking. Tides "turn" when they shift from high tide to low tide - the currents either go toward the beach or away from it depending on what tide is coming up. People say "the tide turned" or "the tide will turn" to mean that situations in life are changing, just in the same way that the tides change.


When the Tide Turned - 1915 I was released on: USA: 25 June 1915


When the Tide Turned - 1915 II was released on: USA: 20 March 1915


the moon's force on earth causes high tide and low tide.


The tide turned in favor of the United States during the battle of midway


it turned the tide of war in the pacific


A tide. A tide can force you back if you go in the opposite way of it, you can swim if you go with the tide.


it turned the tide of the pacific theater


they are tide to the end of a honored whistle




The Moon's gravitational pull.


The moon apparently has a force that pulls the water up at high tide.


The force of the moon's gravity pulls water to another place on the planet. There, it is HIGH Tide.


The "force" your talking about is the moons gravity as well as the suns gravity for example a "spring tide" is when the moon and sun are on opposite sides of the earth therefor stretching the oceans into an oval. A spring tide is the optimal tide meaning it is the strongest type of tide but only occurs roughly every month






It means that the tide currents have shifted. There are two main tides: high tide and low tide. When the tide is high or rising toward high, currents are driven toward the beach. When it is low or dropping toward low, the currents are driven away from the beach. Some people also use the term to refer to life situations that change. You could say "the tide turned" when someone was seriously ill and became better, or if things were looking bad for someone and changed to a good outlook.


Because of how the moon pulls the tides with its gravitational force, at high tide the level along the coast rises, and at low tide it lowers back into the sea.


i think its the moon and its gravitational pull


The event that's consideried to have turned the tide of the war, in WWII is the battle of midway because it boosted the men'f morale, and put the U.S on the offensive rather than the defensive. The event that's consideried to have turned the tide of the war, in WWII is the battle of midway because it boosted the men'f morale, and put the U.S on the offensive rather than the defensive. The event that's consideried to have turned the tide of the war, in WWII is the battle of midway because it boosted the men'f morale, and put the U.S on the offensive rather than the defensive.


The Battle of La Drang was fought on an attempt to capture a communist general, though it turned unsuccessful and the tide was turned.



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