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Coast

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coast

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n.
  1. the shore of a sea or ocean; seashore; seacoast; sea-coast
  2. a slope down which sleds may coast
  3. the area within view
  4. the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it; slide; glide

coast

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v.
  1. move effortlessly; by force of gravity

Adelie Coast

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n.
  1. a costal region of Antarctica to the south of Australia; noted for its large colonies of penguins; Adelie Land; Terre Adelie

Atlantic Coast

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n.
  1. a coast of the Atlantic Ocean

Barbary Coast

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n.
  1. a part of a city that is notorious for gambling dens and brothels and saloons and riotous night life (especially the waterfront of San Francisco after the gold rush of 1849)
  2. the Mediterranean coast of northern Africa that was famous for its Moorish pirates

Coast Mountains

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n.
  1. a string of mountain ranges along the Pacific coast of North America from southeastern Alaska to Lower California; Coast Range

Coast Range

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n.
  1. a string of mountain ranges along the Pacific coast of North America from southeastern Alaska to Lower California; Coast Mountains

East Coast

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n.
  1. the eastern seaboard of the United States (especially the strip between Boston and Washington D.C.)

Gold Coast

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n.
  1. a republic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; Ghana; Republic of Ghana

Gulf Coast

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n.
  1. a seashore of the Gulf of Mexico

Ivory Coast

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n.
  1. a republic in western Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; one of the most prosperous and politically stable countries in Africa; Cote d'Ivoire; Republic of Cote d'Ivoire

Ivory Coast franc

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n.
  1. the basic unit of money in the Ivory Coast; Cote d'Ivoire franc

Pacific Coast

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n.
  1. a coast of the Pacific Ocean

U. S. Coast Guard

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n.
  1. an agency of the Department of Transportation responsible for patrolling shores and facilitating nautical commerce; United States Coast Guard; US Coast Guard

US Coast Guard

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n.
  1. an agency of the Department of Transportation responsible for patrolling shores and facilitating nautical commerce; United States Coast Guard; U. S. Coast Guard

United States Coast Guard

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n.
  1. an agency of the Department of Transportation responsible for patrolling shores and facilitating nautical commerce; U. S. Coast Guard; US Coast Guard

West Coast

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n.
  1. the western seaboard of the United States from Washington to southern California

coast banksia

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n.
  1. shrubby tree with silky foliage and spikes of cylindrical yellow nectarous flowers; honeysuckle; Australian honeysuckle; Banksia integrifolia

coast boykinia

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n.
  1. plant with leaves mostly at the base and openly branched clusters of small white flowers; western North America; Boykinia elata; Boykinia occidentalis

coast lily

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n.
  1. orange-flowered lily of Pacific coast of United States; Lilium maritinum

coast live oak

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n.
  1. highly variable often shrubby evergreen oak of coastal zone of western North America having small thick usually spiny-toothed dark-green leaves; California live oak; Quercus agrifolia

coast polypody

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n.
  1. stiff leathery-leaved fern of western North America having ovate fronds parted to the midrib; leatherleaf; leathery polypody; Polypodium scouleri

coast redwood

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n.
  1. lofty evergreen of United States coastal foothills from Oregon to Big Sur; it flourishes in wet, rainy, foggy habitats; California redwood; Sequoia sempervirens

coast rhododendron

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n.
  1. medium-sized rhododendron of Pacific coast of North America having large rosy brown-spotted flowers; Rhododendron californicum

coast white cedar

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n.
  1. slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United States; resembles American arborvitae; southern white cedar; Atlantic white cedar; white cypress; white cedar; Chamaecyparis thyoides

gold coast

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n.
  1. a rich neighborhood noted for expensive homes and luxurious living; usually along a coastal area

west coast hemlock

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n.
  1. tall evergreen of western North America; commercially important timber tree; western hemlock; Pacific hemlock; Tsuga heterophylla

west coast

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  • It is found on Bioko off the west coast of Africa.
  • and toured the US west coast following its release.
  • They anchored off the west coast of Maloe Island.

off the coast

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  • The island is located off the coast of Jävrebodarna.
  • The island sits off the coast of Mozambique in Africa.
  • It lives in shallow waters off the coast of New Guinea.

east coast

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  • Gaios is situated on the east coast of the island.
  • This wrecked on the east coast of Tierra del Fuego.
  • It is native to the east coast states of Australia.

along the coast

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  • Most of the population lives along the coast.
  • Many villages were built near rivers or along the coast.
  • Lug can be dug all the way along the coast to Woodstown.

south coast

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  • Only in the south coast is summer as long as winter.
  • He was born in Portsmouth, on the south coast of England.
  • The capital, Santo Domingo, is located on the south coast.

north coast

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  • Its highest point is halfway along the north coast.
  • The town sits on the north coast of the island Beveland.
  • In 259 BC they advanced toward Thermae on the north coast.

southern coast

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  • Chinese cratons collided with Siberia's southern coast.
  • Aladin was from Jacmel, a city on the southern coast of Haiti.
  • The modern major road runs along the eastern and southern coast.

western coast

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  • Baku is situated on the western coast of Caspian Sea.
  • Pentos is a major trading port on a bay of the western coast.
  • It is close to the western coast of the district of Knapdale.

eastern coast

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  • It is found on the eastern coast of North America.
  • Many live in Sambutsu especially, on the eastern coast.
  • Belfast is situated on Northern Ireland's eastern coast at .

northern coast

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  • A corsair's road runs along the continent's northern coast.
  • It centred on the town of Burnie on Tasmania's northern coast.
  • Along with the Greeks, Thracians lived among the northern coast.

near the coast

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  • Salta lies near the coast of northwestern Cumbria.
  • Stadium is built near the coast of Adriatic Sea.
  • Ceawlin's campaigns are not given as near the coast.

coast between

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  • One of the brothers lived on an island off the coast between Mahone Bay & Lunenburg.
  • "Fly", then employed in resurveying the coast between Port Jackson and Hobson's Bay.
  • The coast between the towns of Trouville and Honfleur, although part of the Côte Fleurie, is named Côte de Grace.

northwest coast

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  • Gili Meno is the middle of Lombok's three northwest coast Gilis.
  • "M. membranacea" has also invaded the northwest coast of the US.
  • The Power House is located on the northwest coast of Alcatraz Island.

coast guard

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  • She was used as a coast guard ship for the duration of the conflict.
  • The rank insignia of enlisted for the national guard and coast guard.
  • Nonetheless, both nations maintain coast guard vessels in the Great Lakes.

coast near

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  • Ashford currently lives on the Welsh coast near Aberystwyth.
  • It was based at Latrobe on Tasmania's north coast near the town of Devonport.
  • Dolphins are commonly encountered on the north coast near Singaraja and Lovina.

coast to coast

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  • She maintains an active touring schedule from coast to coast.
  • Tridont opened 107 dental offices under from coast to coast in Canada.
  • In 1982, its ads proclaimed that it had "140 locations, coast to coast".

northeast coast

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  • It leads from the northeast coast to Castle Road.
  • Columbus also explored the northeast coast of Cuba, where he landed on 28 October.
  • Polydactylous cats occur along North America's northeast coast and in Great Britain.

southwest coast

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  • This attack took place off the southwest coast of neutral Ireland.
  • This new colony was centred at Godthåb ("Good Hope") on the southwest coast.

down the coast

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  • She made her maiden voyage down the coast to Quincy, Massachusetts in November.
  • These buses travel the tourist section of Acapulco, driving up and down the coast.
  • Others may have migrated down the coast of British Columbia and then moved inland.

southeast coast

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  • A tremendous gale hit the southeast coast of England on 5 March, damaging or even wrecking many vessels.
  • By January 2005, of magma covered an area of more than and added of land to the southeast coast of Hawaii.
  • The cave lies on the southeast coast of the island, and is named by the inhabitants "phokialí" (Greek for "seal's refuge").

up the coast

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  • Varat Taun warns Twilight of what Icarium can do, so she flees up the coast.
  • Shooting began in April 1969 in the Atransa Studios at Sydney and up the coast nearby.
  • She moved up the coast to San Pedro, California, to load and, on 27 July, got underway for Australia.

southeastern coast

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  • Other affected areas include the southeastern coast of China and Taiwan.
  • Located on the southeastern coast of the island, the cave measures about .
  • The island lies near New Orleans off the southeastern coast of Terrebonne Parish.

coast road

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  • The village of Ormiscaig is located less than one mile along the coast road.
  • The B5300, known locally as the "coast road" runs to the west of the village.
  • The village of Mellon Charles is less than one mile west along the coast road.

central coast

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  • Today, their employers can be found throughout the central coast.
  • The town of Ouidah on the central coast is the spiritual center of Beninese Vodun.
  • In 1996 Sunburst returned to California's central coast with the purchase of Sunburst Sanctuary.

coast line

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  • Including these marginal seas the coast line of the Atlantic measures compared to for the Pacific.
  • The area is hilly and has no road access; a walking or mountain biking track follows the coast line.
  • The West coast line would run to Manchester, and the East coast line would run to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

around the coast

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  • 90% of these are concentrated in the band around the coast.
  • Diving schools are just as frequent as surfing ones, all around the coast of Fuerteventura.
  • Despite his reputation as a hunter, he campaigned to end the clubbing of grey seals around the coast.

marine west coast

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  • According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Ghent has a marine west coast climate, abbreviated "Cfb" on climate maps.
  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

northeastern coast

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  • The holotype was collected on the northeastern coast of Honsyu Island, Japan.
  • It is situated in Cumberland East Bay on the northeastern coast of the island.
  • After repairs, "Trippe" resumed training operations off the northeastern coast.

coast climate

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  • According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Ghent has a marine west coast climate, abbreviated "Cfb" on climate maps.
  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

coast of southern

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  • She sank three ships in the vicinity of East London and a fourth off the coast of southern Namibia.
  • Chemainus Chemainus is a community in the Chemainus Valley on the east coast of southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
  • The Canary Islands form an archipelago in the Atlantic, at closest off the coast of southern Morocco, and flight distance from Madrid.

coast during

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  • She served in the English Channel, the Mediterranean, and off the African coast during the Anglo-Ashanti wars.
  • The Seventh Doctor and Ace arrive at a British naval installation near Maiden's Point on the Northumberland coast during World War II.
  • He served off the North American coast during the American War of Independence, having some success against privateers and enemy shipping.

west coast climate

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  • According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Ghent has a marine west coast climate, abbreviated "Cfb" on climate maps.
  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

southwestern coast

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  • It is endemic to the southwestern coast of India in Karnataka.
  • The town is situated on the southwestern coast of Denmark, and is a port on the North Sea.
  • The extreme southwestern coast of the island includes a large collapsed submarine caldera.

northwestern coast

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  • It is situated on the northwestern coast of the Argolic Gulf.
  • Bottlenose dolphins frequent the waters of the northwestern coast, and their group size varies largely from individuals and pairs to hundreds of dolphins.
  • By the mid-17th century the French sent colonists and privateers to settle the northwestern coast of Hispaniola due to its strategic position in the region.

sea coast

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  • The road was actually a coastal road fronting the sea coast in the early decades of the British colonial city – hence its name.
  • The ecological footprint is most notably from the increased development of settlements and the sea coast leading to habitat fragmentation.
  • These trends cast doubt on whether the features truly mark a long-gone sea coast and, have been taken as an argument against the Martian shoreline (and ocean) hypothesis.

towards the coast

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  • He then attacked another, which glided in towards the coast, trailing smoke.
  • The Coastal Depression is located on the East of the Coastal Range towards the coast.
  • As the valley descends towards the coast is passes through cloud forest and is more humid.

coast defense

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  • In 1948, the last coast defense gun was removed from Fort Hamilton.
  • This allowed the weapons to be used in coast defense against moving targets.
  • Essentially all of the United States' coast defense guns were scrapped by the end of 1948.

coast climate zone

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  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

coast north

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  • Broad Sound (Massachusetts) Broad Sound is a bay on the Massachusetts coast north of Boston.
  • Until 1864 Sadz lived at the Black Sea coast north to Gagra until the Khosta River (Khamysh River).
  • Tropical storm watches were posted for the state's Atlantic coast north of Jupiter Inlet to near Flagler Beach.
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