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East

Meanings and phrases

East

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n.
  1. the countries of Asia; Orient
  2. the region of the United States lying to the north of the Ohio River and to the east of the Mississippi River; eastern United States

east

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adj.
  1. situated in or facing or moving toward the east

east

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adv.
  1. to, toward, or in the east

east

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n.
  1. the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees; due east; eastward; E
  2. the direction corresponding to the eastward cardinal compass point
  3. a location in the eastern part of a country, region, or city

British East Africa

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n.
  1. the former British territories of eastern Africa, including Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda, and Zanzibar

Dutch East Indies

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n.
  1. a republic in southeastern Asia on an archipelago including more than 13,000 islands; achieved independence from the Netherlands in 1945; the principal oil producer in the Far East and Pacific regions; Indonesia; Republic of Indonesia

East Africa

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n.
  1. a geographical area in eastern Africa

East African

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adj.
  1. of or relating to or located in East Africa

East Anglia

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n.
  1. a region of eastern England that was formerly a kingdom

East Chadic

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n.
  1. a group of Chadic languages spoken in Chad

East China Sea

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n.
  1. part of the Pacific Ocean near eastern Asia

East Coast

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

East German

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adj.
  1. relating to or characteristic of East Germany

East German

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n.
  1. a native or inhabitant of the former republic of East Germany

East Germanic

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n.
  1. an extinct branch of the Germanic languages; East Germanic language

East Germanic language

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n.
  1. an extinct branch of the Germanic languages; East Germanic

East Germany

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n.
  1. a republic in north central Europe on the Baltic; established by the Soviet Union in 1954; reunified with West Germany in 1990; German Democratic Republic

East India

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n.
  1. a group of islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans between Asia and Australia; Malay Archipelago; East Indies

East India Company

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n.
  1. an English company formed in 1600 to develop trade with the new British colonies in India and southeastern Asia; in the 18th century it assumed administrative control of Bengal and held it until the British army took over in 1858 after the Indian Mutiny

East India kino

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n.
  1. reddish or black juice or resin from certain trees of the genus Pterocarpus and used in medicine and tanning etc; Malabar kino; kino gum

East India rosewood

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n.
  1. East Indian tree having a useful dark purple wood; Indian blackwood; East Indian rosewood; Indian rosewood; Dalbergia latifolia

East Indian

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adj.
  1. of or relating to or located in the East Indies

East Indian

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n.
  1. a native or inhabitant of the East Indies

East Indian fig tree

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n.
  1. East Indian tree that puts out aerial shoots that grow down into the soil forming additional trunks; banyan; banyan tree; banian; banian tree; Indian banyan; Ficus bengalensis

East Indian rosebay

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n.
  1. tropical shrub having glossy foliage and fragrant nocturnal flowers with crimped or wavy corollas; northern India to Thailand; crape jasmine; crepe jasmine; crepe gardenia; pinwheel flower; Adam's apple; Nero's crown; coffee rose; Tabernaemontana divaricate

East Indian rosewood

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n.
  1. East Indian tree having a useful dark purple wood; Indian blackwood; East India rosewood; Indian rosewood; Dalbergia latifolia

East Indies

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n.
  1. a group of islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans between Asia and Australia; Malay Archipelago; East India

East Malaysia

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n.
  1. the part of Malaysia that is on the island of Borneo

East Midland

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n.
  1. the dialect of Middle English that replaced West Saxon as the literary language and which developed into Modern English

East Pakistan

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n.
  1. a Muslim republic in southern Asia bordered by India to the north and west and east and the Bay of Bengal to the south; formerly part of India and then part of Pakistan; it achieved independence in 1971; Bangladesh; People's Republic of Bangladesh; Bangla Desh

East Pakistani

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adj.
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Bangladesh or its people or language; Bangladeshi

East River

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n.
  1. a tidal strait separating Manhattan and the Bronx from Queens and Brooklyn

East Saint Louis

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n.
  1. a town in southwest Illinois on the Mississippi across from Saint Louis

East Sea

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n.
  1. an arm of the Pacific between China and Japan; Sea of Japan

East Sussex

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n.
  1. a county in southern England on the English Channel

East Timor

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n.
  1. a former Portuguese colony that was annexed by Indonesia in 1976; voted for independence from Indonesia in 1999 and in May 2002 became an independent nation

East Tocharian

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n.
  1. a dialect of Tocharian; Turfan; Turfan dialect

East Turkestan Islamic Movement

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n.
  1. a group of Uighur Muslims fighting Chinese control of Xinjiang; declared by China in 2001 to be terrorists although there is a long history of cycles of insurgency and repression; East Turkistan Islamic Movement

East Turkistan Islamic Movement

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n.
  1. a group of Uighur Muslims fighting Chinese control of Xinjiang; declared by China in 2001 to be terrorists although there is a long history of cycles of insurgency and repression; East Turkestan Islamic Movement

Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East

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n.
  1. the commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations that is concerned with economic development of countries in Asia and the Far East

Far East

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n.
  1. a popular expression for the countries of eastern Asia (usually including China and Mongolia and Taiwan and Japan and Korea and Indochina and eastern Siberia)

Middle East

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n.
  1. the area around the eastern Mediterranean; from Turkey to northern Africa and eastward to Iran; the site of such ancient civilizations as Phoenicia and Babylon and Egypt and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity and Islam; had continuous economic and political turmoil in the 20th century; Mideast; Near East

Near East

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n.
  1. the area around the eastern Mediterranean; from Turkey to northern Africa and eastward to Iran; the site of such ancient civilizations as Phoenicia and Babylon and Egypt and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity and Islam; had continuous economic and political turmoil in the 20th century; Middle East; Mideast

due east

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n.
  1. the cardinal compass point that is at 90 degrees; east; eastward; E
E.g.
  • The highway continues due east from this interchange.
  • US 20 heads northeast and then east and SR 2 heads due east.
  • It is 286 km, almost due east, from Perth, the capital of WA.

east African cedar

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n.
  1. tropical African timber tree with fragrant wood; Juniperus procera

east by north

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point north of due east; EbN

east by south

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point south of due east; EbS

east northeast

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n.
  1. the compass point midway between northeast and east; ENE

east side

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n.
  1. the side that is on the east
E.g.
  • The east side of the home was constructed in 1742.
  • On the park's east side is the Taft Museum of Art.
  • On the east side of the hall is a large courtroom.

east southeast

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n.
  1. the compass point midway between east and southeast; ESE

east wind

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n.
  1. a wind from the east; easter; easterly

north by east

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point east (clockwise) of due north; NbE

northeast by east

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point east of northeast; NEbE

south by east

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point east of due south; SbE

southeast by east

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point east of southeast; SEbE

east coast

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E.g.
  • 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.

just east

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E.g.
  • They lived at Burnside House just east of Academy.
  • Malvik Church is located just east of the village.
  • The glacier is just east of the Continental Divide.
E.g.
  • The memorial lies approximately east of the church.
  • It is approximately east of the city of Keren.
  • It lies approximately east of the state capital Kuching.

east end

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E.g.
  • The east end of the chancel contains two aumbries.
  • The window in the east end of the chapel is similar.
  • The west end of the tunnel is at , the east end at .

north east

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E.g.
  • It is located 43 kilometers north east of Beirut.
  • It is 85 km north east from the Kathmandu Nepal.
  • It is north east of Ibiza Town and from Ibiza Airport.

south east

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E.g.
  • It is located 39 km to the south east from Imphal.
  • The village of Dunvegan is 5 miles to the south east.
  • The parish is on the Bogan River south east of Nyngan.

east and west

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E.g.
  • The east and west facades are solid masonry.
  • The east and west approaches are and long, respectively.
  • To the east and west are steep cliffs.
E.g.
  • The memorial lies approximately east of the church.
  • It lies approximately east of the state capital Kuching.

km east

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E.g.
  • The village is located around 7 km east of Berehove.
  • The village is located around 6 km east of Berehove.
  • Madona is 170 km east from Latvian capital Riga.

east to west

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E.g.
  • The length lay east to west or parallel to a river.
  • Pennsylvania is north to south and east to west.
  • from east to west and from north to south, i.e.

north and east

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E.g.
  • It passes north and east of Gilmer County Airport.
  • The 501st drop zones were north and east of Carentan.
  • It took the submarine north and east to the Kara Sea.

miles east

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E.g.
  • The site is around three miles east of Trébeurden.
  • It was located about six miles east of Woonsocket.
  • It is two miles east of Mott on North Dakota Highway 21.

located east

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  • Middle Mountain is located east of Mary Smith Hill.
  • Fleischmann Mountain is located east of Meade Hill.
  • Rattail Ridge is located east of Mount Meredith.

west to east

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E.g.
  • They are listed below in order from west to east.
  • It is a crescent-shaped reservoir running west to east.
  • The Leeward Antilles comprise (roughly from west to east):

east bank

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E.g.
  • It lies on the east bank of the Susquehanna River.
  • The town lies on the east bank of the Taro River.
  • The town is on the east bank of the Lithkealik River.

south and east

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E.g.
  • The bay to the south and east is Chaunskaya Guba.
  • Pennsylvania is north to south and east to west.
  • It has wide-eaved porches on its south and east sides.

along the east

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E.g.
  • They occur together along the east coast of Queensland.
  • It runs entirely along the east bank of Chestnut Creek.
  • She operated with the Torpedo Flotilla along the east coast.

continues east

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E.g.
  • The roadway continues east as Old Ferry Slip Road.
  • The geology continues east into Tilgate and Worth Forests.
  • Anne and continues east until it reaches PR 210 at Giroux.

east through

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E.g.
  • It flows east through the broad Skokomish Valley.
  • The race then continued east through Ramacca and Paternò.
  • From west to east through the town flows the river Isenach.

further east

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E.g.
  • Later, pits were dug further east along the reef.
  • The railway was later extended further east to Karahisar.
  • The railway continues further east, but only for freight trains.

east along

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E.g.
  • Later, pits were dug further east along the reef.
  • The highway travels east along Ketchum Road into the town.
  • Route 220 overlap to the east along the Brush Mountain range.

east and south

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E.g.
  • Low ridges connect to the exterior rim to the east and south.
  • To the east and south, it formed the boundary of Johannesburg.
  • The fault borders the Guaduas Synclinal to the east and south.

far east

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E.g.
  • It can be found as far east as Mongolia.
  • Its grade B signal can be seen as far east as Charlotte itself.
  • It is found in the western Mediterranean as far east as Tunisia.

turns east

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E.g.
  • M-48 turns east at 26 Mile Road into Chippewa County.
  • US 250 then turns east on Dover Road south of the city.
  • SR 11 turns east with US 302 towards Casco.

heads east

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E.g.
  • Route 43 heads east and junctions State Route 148.
  • Initially, the highway heads east in a straight line.
  • It then heads east on US 460 and US 460 Bus.

east window

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E.g.
  • The east window of the chancel has three lights.
  • The east window of the chancel has five lights.
  • The 19th century east window is three-lighted.

east wall

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E.g.
  • The east wall of the basilica features a portico.
  • A portion of the east wall collapsed.
  • The gabled east wall of the chancel is buttressed on the external corners.

runs east

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E.g.
  • Interstate 88 serves the Illinois Quad Cities and runs east to Chicago.
  • The fault runs east of the Puracé volcano and south of the Nevado del Huila.
  • Dobbins Road, named after J.C. Dobbins, runs east and west just north of the park.

east wing

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E.g.
  • The rooms in the east wing had underfloor heating.
  • On them the southern part of the east wing was built.
  • In between lies the elongated three-storey east wing.

east towards

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E.g.
  • From there the posse went east towards Padre Canyon.
  • At N-133, I-680 turns to the east towards Iowa.
  • Both roads run east towards the rest of the Rockaways.

west and east

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E.g.
  • In the west and east, a river must be located.
  • It was also a trading stop between west and east of Bolivia.
  • On its west and east side it is flanked by two octagonal side towers.

east and north

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E.g.
  • The east and north ends sport trompe-l'œil bay windows.
  • To the east and north is Mark of Luce Moss.
  • Suffragan for east and north London.

area east

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E.g.
  • The area east of the Canal through Walcheren took longer.
  • It is the wedge-shaped area east of Málaga.
  • They excavated an area east of the baths.

mile east

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E.g.
  • A spring exists about three-quarters of a mile east."
  • It is about half mile east of Dymock.
  • branches off from High St. about 1/2 mile east of downtown Carlisle.

towards the east

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E.g.
  • – August 23 to 26 1870 – March towards the east.
  • - August 23 to 26 1870 - March towards the east.
  • The sanctum sanctorum faces towards the east direction.

off the east

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E.g.
  • Masirah is an island off the east coast of Oman.
  • Desolation Sound is off the east shore of the island.
  • Crawl Cay is off the east coast of Belize.

flows east

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E.g.
  • It flows east through the broad Skokomish Valley.
  • The river Kalpakioti flows east of the village.
  • The Nelson flows east out from the east end of the lake.

then east

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E.g.
  • US 20 heads northeast and then east and SR 2 heads due east.
  • The stream flows to the north and then east over before arriving at Lajjun.
  • It flows generally east northeast, then east, joining with Duck Creek at Clyde.

east across

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E.g.
  • In Priest River, it intersects SH-57, and continues east across the Priest River.
  • The attack itself was directed about 4 miles to the east across Rock Creek at Fort Stevens.
  • Upland Finland in the east drain east across Russian Republic of Karelia into the White Sea.

extended east

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E.g.
  • In 1935, NC 95 was extended east to NC 122 near Hobgood.
  • MS 24 was extended east from Leakesville to the Alabama border in 1953.
  • It was extended east through the Green Mountains to Waitsfield in 1965.

heading east

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E.g.
  • Here, US 40 splits from US 13 by heading east concurrent with I-295.
  • When last seen, the N-9 was cruising over Bayshore Air Station at about , heading east.
  • The hijackers set the flight's autopilot on a course heading east towards Washington, D.C.

lies east

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E.g.
  • It lies east from Swaffham and west from Dereham.
  • The village lies east of Laxmangarh and from Nawalgarh.

kilometres east

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E.g.
  • The community lies 45 kilometres east of downtown Halifax.
  • Katoomba Airfield is also located a few kilometres east of Medlow Bath.
  • The railway reached Rydal, 39 kilometres east of Bathurst on 1 July 1870.

east of downtown

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E.g.
  • SR 237 begins at SR 25 in Gorham, east of downtown.
  • The community lies 45 kilometres east of downtown Halifax.
  • SR 72 begins at SR 71 in Slabtown, east of downtown Gate City.

east onto

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E.g.
  • Illinois 8 turns east onto Camp Street with U.S. 150 eastbound.
  • PA 38/PA 208 turns east onto Main Street and passes homes and businesses.
  • After following Acme Street for about 1,000ft, SR 26 turns east onto Greene Street.
E.g.
  • It lies immediately east of Tewkesbury, and is in effect a suburb of that town.
  • The parish is immediately east of the town and parish of Looe, seven miles (11 km) south of Liskeard.
  • The regions immediately east of the Andes experience a series of changes resulting from the Andean orogeny.

located about east

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E.g.
  • It is located about east of the town of Kingscote.
  • It is located about east of Red Oak, Oklahoma.
  • It is located about east of Toronto and west of Montreal.

kilometers east

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E.g.
  • Situated at six kilometers east of the city proper.
  • It is located about 35 km south of Oslo and 25 kilometers east of Drammen.
  • It is about two kilometers east of Ghereshk, the capital of Ghereshk District.

meridian east

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E.g.
  • The 4th meridian west forms a great circle with the 176th meridian east.
  • The 3rd meridian west forms a great circle with the 177th meridian east.
  • The 79th meridian west forms a great circle with the 101st meridian east.

turning east

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E.g.
  • In Lehman, the route joins SH 214 to the south for a short distance before turning east again.
  • The highway continues northward until intersecting with the Little Lost River Highway, and turning east.
  • There it joins US 131 along a concurrency before turning east through Elmira and running east toward Gaylord.

moved east

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E.g.
  • Davidson moved east into Srem and the Fruška Gora.
  • Once spring arrived, the regiment moved east into Paducah, Kentucky.
  • In early October 1938, Japanese troops moved east and north in the outskirts of Wuhan.

east shore

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E.g.
  • Marshall is located on the east shore of Tomales Bay.
  • Desolation Sound is off the east shore of the island.
  • On the east shore it is gravelly and peaty.

east toward

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E.g.
  • US-36 heads west toward Agra and east toward Athol.
  • The highway then turns further to the east toward Ahoskie.
  • The PAVN then proceeded east toward the provincial seat of Kon Tum.

east and southeast

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E.g.
  • The Range forms the east and southeast side of Fish Lake Valley.
  • This led to the displacement of the hunter-gatherer groups in the east and southeast.
  • The rim along the east and southeast flanks displays slumping, producing a sharp edge.

facing east

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E.g.
  • This room is lit by a row of windows facing east.
  • The presiding deity is Shasthavu who is facing east.
  • The entrance, facing east, is lined with six Ionic columns.

east central

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E.g.
  • K-238 is a spur route in Elwood in east central Doniphan County.
  • It is in east central Colorado, on Fountain Creek, south of Denver.
  • Marycrest is located in the east central portion of Ashburn in Chicago.

east corner

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E.g.
  • A 19th century vestry was added on the north east corner.
  • The physic garden occupied the north east corner of the Abbey.
  • They can be found in Sub-Saharan African in the south east corner.

located just east

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E.g.
  • Malvik Church is located just east of the village.
  • Gymkhana Grounds are located just east of the community.
  • The Beaver Mills Port Office was located just east of the mill.

east sides

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E.g.
  • It has wide-eaved porches on its south and east sides.
  • It has one-story later additions on its north and east sides.
  • Ann Arbor Charter Township adjoins the city's north and east sides.

running east

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E.g.
  • It also serves as an origination point for a road running east to Bandadka.
  • The village is on the D 20 running east to Combles and the D 64 south-west to Montauban.
  • The Kansas City Southern Railway also passes through the community, running east and west.

situated east

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E.g.
  • The goods yard was situated east from the A697.
  • It is situated east of Shildon and north-west of Newton Aycliffe.
  • Bent Primary is a primary school situated east of Boghead on the A726.

east part

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E.g.
  • The hospital is located next to the east part of Renji Hospital .
  • Stoke is the north east part of Guildford town, including Bellfields.
  • Terrace End is located in the south east part of the city on a bend in the Manawatu River.

leading east

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E.g.
  • The remains of some of these rock houses may be seen from the path leading east from Baxter Cottage.
  • Also present at the junction is CR 3, a short route leading east to CR 142 at the Tompkins County line.
  • Three roads intersect at the centre of Trivières, one leading east to , one north to Strépy, and one southwest to Estinnes.

turned east

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E.g.
  • From there the turned east to encircle Newcastle.
  • It turned east and followed the 401 to Markham Road.
  • At the river's edge, the line turned east alongside a wharf.

travels east

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E.g.
  • The highway travels east along Ketchum Road into the town.
  • 45 and travels east then northeast towards the city of Nazas.
  • The highway travels east, intersecting State Highway 32, before turning south.

back east

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E.g.
  • The riders then turned back east and passed the Knesset.
  • In November 1861, Sumner was brought back east to command a division.
  • He proceeds to kill Jim Deakins and leave Teal Eye, fleeing back east.

farther east

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E.g.
  • However, it is likely that Able formed much farther east, possibly as a Cape Verde-type hurricane.
  • Mount Moulton lies farther east, it is a long volcanic mountain range with ages of 5.3 million years ago.
  • Even farther east lie Mount Bursey, Mount Andrus, Mount Kosciuszko and Mount Kauffman, in the Ames Range.

line east

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E.g.
  • The line will diverge from the Midland line east of Bayswater station.
  • There have been various proposals to extend the line east from Green Road.
  • The railway came to Aberdour in 1890, with the building of the line east from the newly opened Forth Bridge.

leads east

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E.g.
  • US-1 leads east to Ellsworth and southwest to Belfast.
  • An avenue leads east from the gopura.
  • Route 329 leads east to Bang Pahan.

continued east

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E.g.
  • From there K-4 continued east until Decatur Rd.
  • The race then continued east through Ramacca and Paternò.
  • It then continued east on Highway 401 as per the 1975 boundary.

directly east

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E.g.
  • Noble Square is directly east of East Village.
  • The main building is directly east of the psychopathic ward.
  • East Village or "East Ukrainian Village" is a neighborhood directly east of Ukrainian Village.

headed east

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E.g.
  • After capturing Upper Silesia Neuling's division headed east.
  • On the night of July 26, 1683, Eugene left Paris and headed east.
  • The first object they saw headed east to where the moon sits around that time.

east again

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E.g.
  • At Topping Road, M-36 turns east again north of Lowe Lake.
  • The merge continues south for about before I-80 splits east again.
  • The road heads to the east again and continues through residential areas.

land east

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E.g.
  • The Reubenites and the Gadites request Moses to assign them the land east of the Jordan.
  • It was on a piece of land east of where Ontario Street (at that time) T-ed into Michigan Avenue.
  • The US obtained all the land east of the Mississippi River, south of Canada, and north of Florida.

east face

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E.g.
  • Also, its east face is an cliff.
  • The CMC is rated 5.5, and ascends the east face just south of the Black Dike.
  • Several active glaciers exist on the mountain with Skillet Glacier plainly visible on the monolithic east face.

east before

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • SH-85 then briefly turns east before once again heading north.
  • The route heads east before another turn back to the northeast near Nickleville.
  • The highway bears further to the east before passing by several research and industrial buildings.

areas east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The West Bronx was annexed to New York City in 1874, and the areas east of the Bronx River in 1895.
  • The Marines answered with 75 mm artillery barrages and mortar fire into the areas east of the creek.
  • On August 28, the tropical storm warning in the Florida Panhandle was discontinued for areas east of Destin.

east and northeast

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • In the east and northeast it is bordered by the Northeast Greenland National Park.
  • To the east and northeast are Hills Park, Knight Park, English Avenue and Blandtown.
  • Lacus Bonitatis, the Lake of Good, is located to the east and northeast of Esclangon.

distance east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Pimlico tube station is a short distance east.
  • of Ritchot and runs a short distance east to the town of Niverville.
  • It is a short distance east of State Farm Center and Memorial Stadium.
E.g.
  • In Lehman, the route joins SH 214 to the south for a short distance before turning east again.
  • There it joins US 131 along a concurrency before turning east through Elmira and running east toward Gaylord.
  • Still going southeast, it briefly joins State Route 235 before turning east and then south again to enter Urbana.

middle east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Their ancestors were brought down from the middle east by the Khoikhoin people.
  • He is notable for designing many landmark high rise buildings in USA, China and the middle east.
  • Two hours later, a new eruption occurred in Kīlauea's middle east zone, between Puu Ōō and Napau Crater.

continuing east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • After continuing east for another , SR 994 reaches Southwest 137th Avenue and enters suburbia.
  • Near Oak Grove the route turns due north, with Highway 321 Spur (AR 321S) continuing east to Highway 31.
  • A short distance later, it turns north onto an unnamed road with County Route 642 continuing east on Broadway.

block east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Thornton Park is located one city block east of Lake Eola Park.
  • There used to be a horse cart barn at Brown Place, one block east of Grand Avenue.
  • This causes Gillham Road to go over one block east into a residential neighborhood.

east of town

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The road was created in 1939 when SH 35 was rerouted south and east of town.
  • The Pukatawagan Airport, located east of town, is used by Wings Over Kississing.
  • Kalavryta has a ski centre which is located east of town, on the slopes of Chelmos.

turns east onto

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Illinois 8 turns east onto Camp Street with U.S. 150 eastbound.
  • PA 38/PA 208 turns east onto Main Street and passes homes and businesses.
  • After following Acme Street for about 1,000ft, SR 26 turns east onto Greene Street.

blocks east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A square named for her is located a few blocks east along park-like Katarina Bangata.
  • It is located at 1618 West Devon Avenue, two blocks east of the Assyrian Pentecostal Church.
  • As well, the Canada Line Richmond–Brighouse Station is located three blocks east of the hospital.
E.g.
  • I-264 continues east through a partial cloverleaf interchange with US 17 (Frederick Boulevard).
  • The right-of-way continues east through Bennington County towards US 7 as VT 313 (Batten Kill Drive).
  • KY 21 turns to the southeast and continues east through dense forests with some fields and residences.

east or west

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • (This yaw, although small, can be seen in launch photos taken from the east or west.)
  • These are the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location on the continent.
  • From here Blea Crag can be outflanked on either side to arrive on the summit ridge to the east or west of the summit.

through the east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Muroran Main Line runs through the east of the city but there is no station.
  • The Pa Sak River runs through the east side of Phetchabun from north to south.
  • After going through the east side of Angola, the route continues east towards Ohio.

faces east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Buck Hill faces east, overlooking Interstate 35.
  • It faces east with a commanding aspect towards Mount Hermon.
  • The octagonal shrine faces east.

head east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Orders arrived to head east at flank speed.
  • Santa Anna is on his way so they must head east in the Runaway Scrape.
  • Route 43 continues to head east and has a concurrency with State Route 150.

near the east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is located near the east gate of the former city.
  • 5 near the east coast of the Baja California peninsula.
  • It is located about east of the city walls ("Jahdnpandh"), near the east gate.

then turns east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • US 250 then turns east on Dover Road south of the city.
  • The second begins in Big Stone Gap and runs north to Appalachia, then turns east to Norton.
  • It then turns east and northeast along the river through Dover into Sandpoint, where it overlaps US 95.

road east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is on the R207 regional road east of Lough Allen.
  • The village lies south of Litcham and by road east from Dereham.
  • The Lexham villages are just over a mile apart and lie north of Swaffham and by road east from Kings Lynn.

east past

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • One branch from this point headed east past Ravenscourt Park and fed the former moat there.
  • It flows east past Covingham and under Merlin Way through the flood marsh and out under the A419 road.
  • Route 25 continues east past the village of Whittier to West Ossipee, where it intersects New Hampshire Route 16.

continue east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • continue east with six lanes.
  • US 13/SR 166 continue east through wooded areas and reach an interchange with I-64 (Hampton Roads Beltway).
  • US 460 and SR 24 continue east parallel to the Blue Ridge District rail line through Spout Spring to the town of Appomattox.

east longitude

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is located around 34.5 ° south latitude, and 172.78° east longitude.
  • Wuqia County is located between 39°24′- 40°17′ north latitude and 73°40′- 75°45′ east longitude.
  • Village is situated geographically at 16* 32' 10" north latitude and 75* 31' 19" east longitude.

goes east

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • SR 249 then separates and goes east and SR 49 turns north.
  • SR 58 then goes east and leaves Chattanooga, entering Harrison.
  • This freeway goes east out of Seattle, eventually terminating in Boston.
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