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“The summer before my senior year, the only job I could get was at Farmer John’s slaughterhouse on the far east side of L.A. Work started at 6 a.m., so I was on the bus at four thirty every weekday morning.”
“Peregrine Jay and Jeremy Jones were not far east along the Embankment.”
“The latter are themselves subdivided into the Thalhthans, so called after their general rendezvous at the confluence of the river of the same name with the Stickine, and the Takus,. whose territory is the basin of the Taku River, together with the upper portions of the streams which flow northward to the Lewes, as far east as the upper Liard”
“At the time the diocese embraced the country of the Upper Isar as far east as the Inn and south to the watershed of the Inn and the”
“Arabia, Mesopotamia and Babylonia; on the other hand mizrach is used of the far east with a less definite signification.”
“Micmacs of Restigouche, and as far east as Isle Saint-Jean (Prince”
“The two columns were to join at New Market, whence I intended to cross the James River at some point east of Lynchburg, if practicable, so as to make my way to Appomattox Court House, and destroy the Southside railroad as far east as Farmville.”
“He travelled as far east as Tchistopol, on the Volga, and south as far as Odessa, on the Black Sea, trying his luck at various occupations within the usual Jewish restrictions.”
“Abandoning his initial idea of moving as far east as possible before turning northwards against the enemy flank, Cowdray now told D Squadron to give flank protection to the east (where a troop of A Squadron RCD and the Vandoos along with the remnants of Oscar Company, were putting the brake to further Soviet penetrations), and have C Squadron emerge obliquely from Oos, among the woods, steering the axis of advance towards Blickheim, with the intention of driving a wedge into the centre and rear of the advancing enemy mass, thus cutting the spearhead from its shaft.”
“The men now became more than ever discontented at the easterly course, and on May 1st, when he had come as far east as the Gulf of Darien, Columbus felt obliged to bear away to the north, although as it turned out he had not nearly made enough easting.”
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