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- n. Alternative form of seaboard.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See seaboard.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of sea-board.
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The eastern seabord is long-overdue for a major hurricane.
And I missed the part all the hundreds of people tortued and killed all along the Eastern seabord every month in the 1780s in murky political violence.
Across the continent on the Atlantic seabord in the west, civil war also brought poverty and famine to Angola, potentially one of
In Angola, on the South Atlantic seabord, at least half-a-million died after the Portuguese fled in 1975.
Consul and Madame Bonaparte to the seabord departments and Belgium.
Not the Hyrcanian seabord, not in seeking the shore of
The Alabama & Mississippi Rivers Rail-Road passes through the city, and forms a link in the great chain of roads from the seabord to the Mississippi.
Hill & Swayze's Confederate States Rail-road & Steam-boat Guide, Containing the Time-Tables, Fares, Connections and Distances on all the Rail-roads of the Confederate States; also, the Connecting Lines of Rail-roads, Steam-boats and Stages. And will be Accompanied by a Complete Guide to the Principal Hotels, with a Large Variety of Valuable Information:
He never taught in the great cities or seabord states of the United States.
My recollections have caused me to wander from the journey of the First Consul and Madame Bonaparte to the seabord departments and Belgium.
The amount of nitrogen released into coastal waters along the Atlantic seabord and the Gulf of Mexico frtom anthropogenic (human) sources has increased about fivefold since the Pre-industrial era, and may increase another 30% by 2030 if current practices continue