GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. of a region of the U. S. generally including Kentucky and West Virginia.
- adj. of a region of the United States generally including Kentucky, West Virginia
“Turns out, several counties in east-central Ohio are actually home to the largest Amish community in the world -- population 29,000, and growing.”
“Team qualifiers will earn free race entries, travel stipends, team clothing, housing, ground transportation and staff support for the five-day National Racing Calendar stage race in east-central Minnesota and western Wisconsin.”
“The conditions in east-central Texas, which right now are the hardest-hit drought areas, it is looking like the middle of summer already and so we missed spring entirely.”
“Faculty on the huge flagship campus, which serves 39,000 undergraduates here in east-central Texas, say some of the data on the spreadsheet are inaccurate, including inflated salaries and missing grants.”
“PHOENIX -- An Arizona State University student packed a water bottle with snow and let it melt under the sun for drinking water while she was stranded for more than a week, authorities said Wednesday after the 23-year-old was discovered in a remote area of east-central Arizona.”
“Many drought indicators in east-central Texas have reached the 'exceptional' drought level, the Drought Monitor reports.”
“The fences had been left unsecured at the animal farm in east-central Ohio, and the animals' cages were open, police said.”
“Hong/Associated Press A sheriff's deputy looked at smoke plumes as he talked to a driver in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests in east-central Arizona.”
“I lived and worked in east-central Kentucky for ten years and married a young woman who was born in the Appalachian foothills.”
“Reduced speed limits were in place on major highways in the east-central part of the state.”
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