southeasternmost love



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  • adj. Farthest southeast.


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  • The Park is on the Gran Sabana plateau of southeasternmost Venezuela reaching to the border with Brazil and paralleling the Guyanan border to north of the Sierra da Lema and the Rio Carrao; on the west and south it is bounded by the River Caroni.

    Canaima National Park, Venezuela

  • The largest city in the two southeasternmost counties in the district (Platte & Clay) is Kansas City, where Barnes just completed two very successful terms as mayor.

    Wacky GOP Attack Ad Foreshadows Wild House Race Ahead

  • Right now, the part of the city I'm familiar with ends at Mendota's southeasternmost shore. previous -- next

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • I cruised to the southeasternmost corner up through the middle to the farthest northwestern corner of Sisal, the oldest port in Mexico and sleepy little fishing town.

    Balamku Inn at Mahahual??

  • Dainyl had not taken notice of it before, although he had not overflown Ludar that often, and not for years, but the Engineering Hall was on a low ridge, one perhaps not even noticeable from the ground, that was the southeasternmost extension of the rocky hills forming much of the western boundary of the bay.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Many of those animals presumably extended their distributional ranges into the southeasternmost reach of the peninsula—that is, down to and including Bali.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • The southeasternmost state of the contiguous United States, bordered by Alabama and Georgia to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and south, and the Gulf of Mexico and Alabama to the west.


  • Jericho was the southeasternmost outpost of the northern Kingdom of Israel and the later Assyrian province, situated opposite a strategic ford in the Jordan River.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • Hot Springs is the southeasternmost town in the district I'm in.

    Oral History Interview with William J. (Bill) Clinton, June 15, 1974. Interview A-0027. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Cape Martin, the southeasternmost point of Nuku-hiva, was abeam, and Comptroller Bay was opening up as we fled past its wide entrance, where Sail Rock, for all the world like the spritsail of a Columbia River salmon-boat, was making brave weather of it in the smashing southeast swell.

    Chapter 10


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