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toward the east

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4 metres north east of Woodstock Road north eastwards for 78.
The beach area from the Old Golf Road, Rhyl eastwards towards Ffrith Festival Gardens site and the area to the east of the Sailing Club at Barkby Beach, Prestatyn continues to allow areas where dogs can run.
Gales of up to 60mph and heavy rain will move eastwards for around 24 hours, mainly affecting the West Midlands, Northern Ireland, northern England, north Wales, southern and eastern Scotland.
The Met Office said: "The remains of Hurricane Gonzalo will move in to the Atlantic in the next few days and then run eastwards across the UK on Monday night.
She said: "It will be warm with outbreaks of rain in the West spreading Eastwards.
The country also fits in with a Kremlin push to turn its trade eastwards after the European Union (EU) has vowed to find alternative sources of fuel following Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region.
In the last few decades, seismometers measuring earthquakes travelling through the Earth's core have identified an eastwards, or superrotation of the solid inner core, relative to Earth's surface.
Summary: The western flank of the wildfire north of LA was under control on Saturday, as it burned eastwards towards a large wilderness area.
The weather is moving eastwards and southern coasts of Dorset and Hampshire could get some particularly strong gusts and heavy rain.
The proposed new road, will start near the western end of Tremadog running eastwards (across Traeth Mawr) to a point adjacent to Bron y Garth Hospital, near Minffordd.
8 kilometres worth of road, beginning from the Stonecliffe area and moving eastwards.
The sale of struggling Aussie discounter Franklins started a feeding frenzy Down Under, but there were no surprise moves into the market from the European or US giants, who set their sights firmly eastwards as opportunities to expand at home dried up.
Several vital security issues are potential flash points for Moscow and Washington, including US proposals for a national missile defence system, further NATO expansion eastwards and Moscow's improving ties with countries that Washington calls pariahs, including Iraq and Iran).
Large glass walls primarily face, eastwards and enclose a courtyard open to the bay, the surrounding terrace and footpath.
3 metres south of Longley Street northwards for 38 metres; (ii) Bishops Avenue - east side, from 66 metres north of Westgate Road north eastwards for 33 metres; (c) to introduce no waiting restrictions between 8.