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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If we set out for the east coast at once we would be in but little more danger than we are here, and if we could survive a day's march, I believe that we will find the means of reaching the coast in a few hours, for my plane must still be in the same place that I landed just before the blacks captured me.
They say there's a tremendous storm blowing on the east coast.
There was a small bay on the island's east coast, only a quarter of a mile from camp, in which oysters were found, and one of the Ithaca's boats was brought around to this side of the island for fishing.
LONG-DISTANCE services on the East Coast Main Line could be renationalised within months, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced.
11 January 2018 - US-based interior and exterior property services provider Kellermeyer Bergensons Services, LLC has acquired Rhode Island, US-based exterior facility services company East Coast Lot and Pavement Maintenance (East Coast)/National Maintenance Systems, the company said.
EAST Coast has been named as one of Britain's top employers for a fourth successive year.
RICHARD Branson has raised the prospect of Virgin Trains running highspeed services on the East Coast.
TRAIN operator East Coast has turned in a four-star quality performance.
Southwest Airlines is interested in acquiring assets that may have to be sold off to complete US Airways' proposed $8 billion takeover of Delta Air Lines Chairman Herb Kelleher reportedly called senior executives at both carriers to convey his interest, especially for assets on the East Coast.
Despite such continuing challenges as port congestion and labor actions, Hamburg Sud and our Brazilian-flag subsidiary Alianca, are setting the standard for schedule reliability on our East Coast Inter-America rotation.
Already, overseas companies are diverting more and more goods to the East Coast from overloaded West Coast ports.
Despite the Centurions' 1-8 record against other Los Angeles area teams, Tyson and Brown see burgeoning interest in the traditionally East Coast sport, which is slowly migrating west, he said.
The East Coast entered a new age in film and television production when the CRTC awarded Halifax's Salter Street Films a licence for the new first-tier specialty cable TV service, The Independent Film Channel.
West Coast, the bacterium responsible for Lyme disease is transmitted through a more complex network of infected animal hosts and tick vectors than on the East Coast, according to a new study.
East Coast Business Concepts, an outsourced marketing firm, announced that the company recently volunteered with Philabundance, the region's largest food bank and hunger relief organization, at Pennsylvania's Hunger Relief Center.
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