east coast mainline runs from London King’s Cross to Edinburgh.
Ace Castle, public affairs officer for US Coast Guard Atlantic Area, told Insider.
Since then East Coast has received £0.46 of government funding per passenger mile, compared to £4.57 on West Coast.
He ultimately reached the Oregon coast.
Acadia National Park, 1916, Maine coast.
Coast Guard Reserve was established in 1939.
James Cook of England charted the coast from Oregon to the Arctic in 1778.
…Cape of Good Hope to Australia, where he surveyed part of the southwest coast.
Northwest Coast tribes include the Chinook, Haida, Tlingit, Kwakiutl, and Coast Salish.
The Coast Salish probably migrated to the coast from the interior, where other Salish-speakers lived.
The plates and the type of rock that we have on the East Coast versus the West Coast, they are different.
Coast Guard, the Coastguard Service in Britain, the Canadian Coast Guard, and the Japanese Maritime Service Agency.
The Atlantic coast concerns me greatly," he said, pointing to the relatively shorter distance from Africa's west coast to the U.S.
A New York office would be Robinhood's first East Coast hub, which will allow for "coast-to-coast market coverage," Robinhood said.
In 1947 Kwame Nkrumah became secretary-general of the United Gold Coast Convention (UGCC), a party with a moderate, gradualist approach to Gold Coast independence.
The aircraft is an unmistakable Coast Guard aircraft, with the branch's racing stripe and emblem located on the front of the aircraft with "United States Coast Guard" emblazoned on the fuselage.
Sam Christopherson (07971 990361; www.c2csurfschool.com) at Coast 2 Coast Surf is based close to Edinburgh and offers improver's lessons as well as trips to the north, east and west coast.
The coast of Asia and the coast of Europe resemble each other in their shores, and there is no city on the other coast of the Mediterranean which awakens in me the memories of the heroic age as this one does.”
The principal trade routes served by the Panama Canal run between the following points: the east coast of the U.S. mainland and Hawaii and East Asia; the U.S. east coast and the west coast of South America; Europe and the west coast of North America; Europe and the west coast of South America; the east coast of North America and Oceania; the U.S. east and west coasts; and Europe and Australia.
- the shore of a sea or ocean
- move effortlessly; by force of gravity
- a slope down which sleds may coast
Example: when it snowed they made a coast on the golf course
- the area within view
Example: the coast is clear
- the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it
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