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  • He was wearing his signature formalwear - shades, a hooded sweatshirt and running shoes - and mulling a move west from the east coast.

    Arn Tellem: Remembering Wernick

  • This comes as two U.S. destroyers enter the South Korean port along the east coast, where the launch is set to take place.

    CNN Transcript Mar 12, 2009

  • And as blue has moved south on the east coast, it has moved east from the west coast.

    Robert S. McElvaine: "New America" = Gone OLD Party

  • From there we headed back toward the east coast, stopping at Appomattox where the Civil War ended with Robert E. Lee's surrender to General Grant.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • Choking heat is expected, rather, to continue for the next few days as the hot air moves toward the east coast.

    CNN Transcript Jul 17, 2006

  • As much as 10 inches of rain is expected along the east coast, with some isolated areas seeing up to 15 inches.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • I'm excited to know that my father is coming back early from the east coast, I pick him up from the airport tomorrow!

    Jaded

  • Massive storm to slam into US midwest A MAMMOTH storm threatens to dump mounds of fresh snow, sleet and ice on about 100 million already winter-weary people from the US heartland to the east coast, forecasters said today.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • As the rains began to batter other parts of the east coast, this family in Charlestown, North Carolina, were caught up in the start of the storm.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Already the codeshare agreement has been supported by domestic tour operators who are keen to see Middle Eastern travellers given more access to Australia beyond the capital cities along the east coast.

    ETravelBlackboard.com

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