from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Reaching, airing, or traveling from one coast to another, especially across a nation or continent: a coast-to-coast flight; coast-to-coast sports coverage on TV.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That takes place from one coast to another (especially of a continent or large nation)
- adj. That is relayed across a continent or large nation
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I told Holden that Nicholas's name had come up earlier this week when my former editor mentioned seeing a montage of great NCAA tournament buzzer beaters, including Nicholas's coast-to-coast three-pointer that beat North Carolina-Wilmington in the first round in 2003.
It is from this personal experience that I view today's coast-to-coast battle over whether or not we should have laws requiring paid sick days.
Republicans from coast-to-coast have made it clear that they have big plans to overhaul Social Security in the coming congressional session.
TIME political correspondent Joe Klein recently completed a 24-day, coast-to-coast trip across the U.S.
Indeed, Colin Goddard, who was shot four times in his French class, has become a crusader for stronger gun laws, as poignantly depicted in the documentary Living for 32, now being shown on college campuses coast-to-coast.
Among the 7,400 U.S. banks and savings institutions, Bank of America, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co. are the only coast-to-coast giants.
But the coast-to-coast push is about more than people moving off the farm and forgetting their firearms.
CARLY'S CANNABIS CORNER - Carly Schwartz: In the coast-to-coast battle for legalized greenery, this round goes to the preppies over the hippies.
The cut-price deal gave J.P. Morgan Chase a coast-to-coast retail presence for the first time in its history.
Although we'll still see those $99 one-way, loss-leader, coast-to-coast flights here and there, most likely you'll have to travel on a Tuesday or Wednesday to avail yourself of one.
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