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“He preferred Cromarty Firth, near Inverness, or the Humber River, on the east coast of England.”
“Fireworks on Tuesday, the Fourth of July, 2006, started early, at about 2:45 P.M. when the Ops Center called to say that North Korea had fired a rocket from their east coast Kittaeryong base, seemingly timed to coincide with the launch of the space shuttle Discovery.”
“Reluctantly, the Admiralty authorized the temporary transfer of two battle squadrons to two new harbors, Loch-na-Keal, on the Isle of Mull on the Scottish west coast, and Lough Swilly, on the east coast of northern Ireland.”
“Despite the apparent disorganization, the Line dislodged the Oyster Bay people on the east coast so that on 24 October two were captured and two others shot at Prosser Plains.”
“The compound was located on the east coast of the westernmost peninsula, bordered by a fingershaped bay.”
“His plane smoking badly, Sistrunk headed toward the safety of the east coast thirty air miles away.”
“Angel de la Guarda is an island in the Gulf of California, about a third of the way south along the east coast of the Baja peninsula.”
“A series of lagoons along much of the east coast is connected in part by the Pangalanes Canal, which runs c. 400 mi/640 km between Farafangana and Mahavelona and can accommodate small boats.”
“THE GATEWAY to the island of Lombok is Padangbai, a ferry port on the east coast of Bali.”
“By dawn the next morning, our expedition has reached its base-camp, a motel in the village of Bahia de los Angeles, on the east coast of Baja.”
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I was tragically born with an extra left foot. If I weren't so debilitated, this would be my to-do list.
A complete list of the red cards (things) from the popular word game.
This is where I'm putting all those words that are still looking for a home among my other lists. Like its real-life counterpart, the desk will always be a little messy.
Looking for tweets for east coast.