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  • proper n. An inhabitant of the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

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Examples

  • Many are building connections with their neighbors, forming coffee hours, sharing baby-sitting duties, and joining an online list server called Eastie Parents that posts anything from announcements about unused baby formula to swing sets.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • East Boston, known as Eastie, is being Hispanic gangs.

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  • Mrs. Wilson, though Eastie by nature, had the jovial manner that you find in Kyle; more jovial, indeed, than was common in nippy Barbie, which, in general character, seems to have been transplanted from some sand dune looking out upon the German Ocean.

    The House with the Green Shutters

  • Gidget and Kyle drove from Back Bay over to Eastie and met Vicki and Ted and the kids again and realized how little this family had.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • He's a South Boston resident formerly of Eastie and the editor of the High School Sports blog as well as the go-to-guy for everything high school sports on Boston.com.

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  • -- Kevin Youkilis doesn't sound like he grew up in Eastie ...

    MLB - BostonHerald.com

  • She also launched Eastie Parents so parents could share information online about events in the neighborhood.

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  • That Eastie homegal Cheryl Fiandaca, an attorney who used to be married to former ...

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  • Many in Eastie want no part of Burger King and its creepy-faced spokesman (but lines will probably be out the door).

    Bostonist

  • Eastie has been overlooked for decades by every admin.

    The Somerville News Blog

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