Middle Atlantic love

Middle Atlantic

Definitions

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  • adjective of a region of the United States generally including Delaware; Maryland; Virginia; and usually New York; Pennsylvania; New Jersey

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Examples

  • Following closely after the Middle Atlantic were the East North Central states of Illinois,

    Betanews

  • The Boston Select pass, which goes for $1,499, covers 13 mostly Northeast and Middle Atlantic cities from Boston, but also Jacksonville, Fla., Chicago and Bermuda.

    JetBlue Offers Unlimited Travel Package

  • The sightings are reported by 14 seal stranding and rehabilitation organizations in New England and the Middle Atlantic states.

    Seals from Canada found as far south as N. Carolina

  • The sightings are reported by 14 seal stranding and rehabilitation organizations in New England and the Middle Atlantic states.

    Seals from Canada found as far south as N. Carolina

  • I was wrong almost two weeks ago, but winter for the Middle Atlantic region is running out of time.

    The last flyer run

  • Demand for safe assets also wilted on U.S. data showing improvement in the labor market and strong manufacturing growth in the Middle Atlantic states.

    Treasury Prices Drop

  • NEW YORK — A winter storm that could dump nearly a foot of snow on parts of the Middle Atlantic region and on the Northeast is due to hit later Tuesday, raising prospects of closed roads, delayed flights and other transportation nightmares.

    Northeast Braces for Another Big Storm

  • Thunderstorms were in the mix for Dallas, Houston and Cincinnati, while rain was forecast for the Middle Atlantic and New England states.

    Air Travel Flows Smoothly as Scanner Protest Fizzles

  • * As for freedom in the different regions of the country, the Mountain and West North Central regions are the freest overall while the Middle Atlantic lags far behind on both economic and personal freedom.

    "Gotcha"

  • The Loyalists were strongest in the far southern colonies – Georgia and the Carolinas – and in the Middle Atlantic colonies, especially New York and Pennsylvania.

    History of American Women

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