East Coast

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the eastern seaboard of the United States (especially the strip between Boston and Washington D

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They say there's a tremendous storm blowing on the east coast.
There was a vast amount of red--good to see at any time, because one knows that some real work is done in there, a deuce of a lot of blue, a little green, smears of orange, and, on the East Coast, a purple patch, to show where the jolly pioneers of progress drink the jolly lager-beer.
They began to bring up men and material from the fleet off the east coast, stringing out to and fro like bees getting honey.
Harvey had a notion that the east coast of his native land, from Mount Desert south, was populated chiefly by people who took their horses there in the summer and entertained in country-houses with hardwood floors and Vantine portieres.
He even alluded once more to mail- boat services on the East coast of Africa and young Powell had to tell him once more that he knew nothing about them.
Founded in 1954, East Coast is based in Durham, North Carolina and operates from 27 locations, including 24 wholesale locations and 3 commercial manufacturer representative locations, serving over 3,500 air conditioning and heating contractors throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia and Tennessee, five of the top twenty markets for HVAC products in the nation.
Last November, New Edge Networks opened its first East Coast regional sales office near Washington, D.
EmailLabs has installed several servers in a colocation facility in New Jersey, to provide enhanced performance of its hosted application for the company's growing roster of large East Coast clients.
The acquisition by EMA creates a $155 million full-service East Coast agency with over 200 full-time employees and six offices in New York State, Charlotte and Atlanta.
Citing the vital importance of Amtrak to the nation's economy and quality of life, a large delegation of East Coast business leaders today introduced a new coalition to advocate for increased federal investment in the aging passenger rail system.
East Coast was evaluated by the Institute over a wide range of criteria, which included its strategy for developing talent, workforce planning, learning and development.
A lot can be achieved in three hours - the time it takes to travel the East Coast Mainline from Newcastle to London, and with no interruptions, you are able to work from the minute you board to when the trains pulls in at your destination.
Sir Richard is already in the bidding to take over the nationalised East Coast Trains service, due back in private sector hands by February 2015.
East Coast was awarded four stars for organisational performance by the British Quality Foundation as part of its Recognised for Excellence programme.
The news comes as fresh evidence emerges showing that more long-distance travellers are switching from 'planes to East Coast trains.
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