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  • noun Plural form of seaboard.

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Examples

  • Boats and planes went first and then Hawaii, soon the circle was getting ready to shake hands with both seaboards of the pacific.

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  • Boats and planes went first and then Hawaii, soon the circle was getting ready to shake hands with both seaboards of the pacific.

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  • Drilling has been banned off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts not because of evil Federal Meddling, but because the states on those seaboards forcefully rejected it at every opportunity.

    Eyck Freymann: On "Drill, Baby, Drill!"

  • Drilling has been banned off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts not because of evil Federal Meddling, but because the states on those seaboards forcefully rejected it at every opportunity.

    Eyck Freymann: On "Drill, Baby, Drill!"

  • But while her body sat before the first fires and was cosy with Henry and Caroline, her mind walked by lonely seaboards, in marshes and fens, or came at nightfall to the edge of a wood.

    Lolly Willowes

  • Another suggestion, opening up military air space and having that open to commercial flights on the eastern seaboards for all those busy, congested cities that Kyra and John know so much about -- New York, D.C., and Atlanta.

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2008

  • We have counted here only the 990,000 barrels per day that ARI expects from opening areas in the Gulf of Mexico and off the Pacific and Atlantic seaboards, the same offshore areas covered by the EIA's estimate.

    The Truth About Tire Pressure

  • Eastward far, like brow – borne garlands, lie the Malabarish seaboards.

    Peer Gynt

  • Eastward far, like brow – borne garlands, lie the Malabarish seaboards.

    Peer Gynt

  • There are the Eastern and Western seaboards to worry about as well.

    Archive 2006-05-01

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