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Eastern

Meanings and phrases

eastern

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adj.
  1. lying toward or situated in the east
  2. lying in or toward the east; easterly
  3. of or characteristic of eastern regions of the United States
  4. from the east; used especially of winds; easterly
  5. relating to or characteristic of regions of eastern parts of the world

Eastern Catholicism

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n.
  1. the beliefs and practices of any of the eastern Catholic Churches based in Constantinople or Antioch or Alexandria or Moscow or Jerusalem

Eastern Church

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n.
  1. the Catholic Church as it existed in the Byzantine Empire; Byzantine Church
  2. derived from the Byzantine Church and adhering to Byzantine rites; Orthodox Church; Orthodox Catholic Church; Eastern Orthodox Church; Eastern Orthodox

Eastern Desert

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n.
  1. a desert in Egypt between the Nile River and the Red Sea; Arabian Desert

Eastern Highlands

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n.
  1. a mountain range running along the eastern coast of Australia; Great Dividing Range

Eastern Malayo-Polynesian

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n.
  1. an eastern subfamily of Malayo-Polynesian languages; Oceanic

Eastern Orthodox

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adj.
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church; Orthodox; Russian Orthodox; Greek Orthodox

Eastern Orthodox

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n.
  1. derived from the Byzantine Church and adhering to Byzantine rites; Orthodox Church; Orthodox Catholic Church; Eastern Orthodox Church; Eastern Church

Eastern Orthodox Church

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n.
  1. derived from the Byzantine Church and adhering to Byzantine rites; Orthodox Church; Orthodox Catholic Church; Eastern Church; Eastern Orthodox

Eastern Roman Empire

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n.
  1. a continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after its division in 395; Byzantine Empire; Byzantium

Eastern Samoa

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n.
  1. a United States territory on the eastern part of the island of Samoa; American Samoa; AS

Eastern Sioux

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n.
  1. a member of the eastern branch of the Sioux; Santee; Santee Sioux; Santee Dakota

Eastern Standard Time

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n.
  1. standard time in the 5th time zone west of Greenwich, reckoned at the 75th meridian; used in the eastern United States; Eastern Time; EST

Eastern Time

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n.
  1. standard time in the 5th time zone west of Greenwich, reckoned at the 75th meridian; used in the eastern United States; Eastern Standard Time; EST

Eastern Turki

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n.
  1. a Turkic literary language of medieval central Asia (named for one of the sons of Genghis Khan); Chagatai; Jagatai; Jaghatai

Eastern cottonwood

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n.
  1. a common poplar of eastern and central United States; cultivated in United States for its rapid growth and luxuriant foliage and in Europe for timber; necklace poplar; Populus deltoides

Eastern hop hornbeam

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n.
  1. medium-sized hop hornbeam of eastern North America; ironwood; ironwood tree; Ostrya virginiana

Eastern pasque flower

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n.
  1. short hairy perennial with early spring blue-violet or lilac flowers; North America and Siberia; American pasqueflower; wild crocus; lion's beard; prairie anemone; blue tulip; American pulsatilla; Pulsatilla patens; Anemone ludoviciana

Eastern silvery aster

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n.
  1. a variety of aster

Islamic Great Eastern Raiders-Front

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n.
  1. a Turkish terrorist organization that claimed responsibility for bombing a British consulate and bank in Istanbul; a violent opponent of Turkey's secular government and its ties to the European Union and NATO; IBDA-C

Middle Eastern

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

eastern United States

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n.
  1. the region of the United States lying to the north of the Ohio River and to the east of the Mississippi River; East

eastern chimpanzee

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n.
  1. long-haired chimpanzees of east-central Africa; closely related to the central chimpanzees; Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii

eastern chinquapin

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n.
  1. shrubby chestnut tree of southeastern United States having small edible nuts; Allegheny chinkapin; chinquapin; dwarf chestnut; Castanea pumila

eastern chipmunk

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n.
  1. small striped semiterrestrial eastern American squirrel with cheek pouches; hackee; striped squirrel; ground squirrel; Tamias striatus

eastern coral snake

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n.
  1. ranges from Central America to southeastern United States; Micrurus fulvius

eastern cottontail

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n.
  1. widely distributed in United States except northwest and far west regions; Sylvilagus floridanus

eastern cricket frog

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n.
  1. a cricket frog of eastern United States; Acris gryllus

eastern dasyure

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n.
  1. a variety of dasyure; Dasyurus quoll

eastern fence lizard

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n.
  1. small active lizard of United States and north to British Columbia; pine lizard; Sceloporus undulatus

eastern flowering dogwood

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n.
  1. deciduous tree; celebrated for its large white or pink bracts and stunning autumn color that is followed by red berries; common white dogwood; Cornus florida

eastern fox squirrel

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n.
  1. exceptionally large arboreal squirrel of eastern United States; fox squirrel; Sciurus niger

eastern gray squirrel

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n.
  1. common medium-large squirrel of eastern North America; now introduced into England; eastern grey squirrel; cat squirrel; Sciurus carolinensis

eastern grey squirrel

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n.
  1. common medium-large squirrel of eastern North America; now introduced into England; eastern gray squirrel; cat squirrel; Sciurus carolinensis

eastern ground snake

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n.
  1. in some classifications placed in genus Haldea; small reddish-grey snake of eastern North America; Potamophis striatula; Haldea striatula

eastern hemisphere

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n.
  1. the hemisphere that includes Eurasia and Africa and Australia; orient

eastern hemlock

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n.
  1. common forest tree of the eastern United States and Canada; used especially for pulpwood; Canadian hemlock; spruce pine; Tsuga canadensis

eastern indigo snake

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n.
  1. a variety of indigo snake; Drymarchon corais couperi

eastern kingbird

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n.
  1. a kingbird that breeds in North America and winters in tropical America; distinguished by a white band on the tip of the tail

eastern lowland gorilla

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n.
  1. a kind of gorilla; Gorilla gorilla grauri

eastern meadowlark

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n.
  1. a meadowlark of eastern North America; Sturnella magna
n.
  1. small toad of southeastern United States; Gastrophryne carolinensis

eastern pipistrel

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n.
  1. one of the smallest bats of eastern North America; Pipistrellus subflavus

eastern poison oak

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n.
  1. poisonous shrub of southeastern United States causing a rash on contact; Toxicodendron quercifolium; Rhus quercifolia; Rhus toxicodenedron

eastern red cedar

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n.
  1. small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needles; red cedar; red juniper; Juniperus virginiana

eastern red-backed salamander

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n.
  1. common salamander of eastern North America; Plethodon cinereus

eastern spruce

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n.
  1. medium-sized spruce of eastern North America; chief lumber spruce of the area; source of pulpwood; red spruce; yellow spruce; Picea rubens

eastern white pine

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n.
  1. tall-growing pine of eastern North America; bark is brown with longitudinal fissures when mature; valued as a timber tree; American white pine; weymouth pine; Pinus strobus

eastern woodrat

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n.
  1. large greyish-brown wood rat of the southeastern United States; Neotoma floridana

eastern part

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  • 4,883 in 2011), in the eastern part of the island.
  • The eastern part of Vechoor includes rice fields.
  • Over of rain fell in the eastern part of the state.

eastern side

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  • They define the eastern side of the Panoche Valley.
  • The lock uses a guillotine gate on its eastern side.
  • In 1582 bastions were added to the eastern side.

eastern end

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  • Black Rock is located at the eastern end of the bay.
  • (Park Avenue) at the eastern end of downtown Norton.
  • The halt was at its eastern end near the SPO paper mill.

eastern terminus

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  • The eastern terminus is in New City at Haverstraw Road.
  • The eastern terminus is at US 209 in Newtown.
  • The eastern terminus at State Route 7 is in Gallipolis.

eastern edge

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  • The eastern edge abutted the Laurentide ice sheet.
  • It is near the eastern edge of the Canadian Prairies.
  • On the eastern edge of town is Truett-McConnell College.

along the eastern

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  • A public footpath runs along the eastern boundary.
  • A highway runs along the eastern arm of the lake.
  • By 1963 Horne's had 44 units mostly along the eastern seaboard.

eastern border

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  • The eastern border is the Carpathian Mountain Range.
  • The Andes Mountains are located on the eastern border.
  • It is mountainous, especially near the eastern border.

eastern boundary

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  • A public footpath runs along the eastern boundary.
  • Its eastern boundary has the Trichur-Kodungallor road.
  • It forms the eastern boundary of the Gulf of Patience.

eastern portion

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  • from the eastern portion of pre-war Poland.
  • In 1934 Wright Junior College was built in the eastern portion.
  • The eastern portion by NNSI and NTCL from Churchill and Montreal.

eastern half

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  • US 17 is a major highway in the eastern half of Virginia.
  • The eastern half is possessed by the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan.
  • The hurst frame occupies the eastern half of the first two levels.

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 .

eastern shore

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  • It is situated on the eastern shore of Lake Garda.
  • Mount Michener is situated on the eastern shore.
  • It is located on the eastern shore of Lake Trasimeno.

eastern and western

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  • There are two other gates on the eastern and western sides.
  • The eastern and western facades are decorated with wall setbacks.
  • The eastern and western craters are and in diameter, respectively.

southern and eastern

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  • It is confined to the southern and eastern Altai.
  • It is found in the southern and eastern Philippines.
  • It is found in southern and eastern Nigeria and Cameroon.

eastern parts

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  • Republican strength is still greatest in eastern parts of the state.
  • Most of the heights and all plateaus are situated in the eastern parts.
  • The central and eastern parts of the county have old desert poplar forests.

northern and eastern

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  • The northern and eastern borders remained the same.
  • The northern and eastern sections were built afresh.
  • The northern and eastern sides of the island are steep and mountainous.

central and eastern

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  • It is found in central and eastern Ivory Coast and Ghana.
  • It is found in central and eastern Ivory Coast, Ghana and Togo.
  • It is found in central and eastern Liberia, Ivory Coast and Ghana.

eastern section

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  • The eastern section is also known as Hooker Boulevard.
  • Beverly view is located in the far eastern section of Ashburn.
  • The beach is located in the eastern section of Pelham Bay Park.

eastern bank

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  • The 41st Ohio was with Buell's army on the eastern bank of the river.
  • It lies on the eastern bank of the Winyaw River about two kilometres.
  • This city was on the eastern bank, about 20 to 25 km from Indus River.

eastern and southern

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  • The more exposed eastern and southern sides featured no towers.
  • The modern major road runs along the eastern and southern coast.
  • Cultivation also spread throughout eastern and southern parts of Africa.

south eastern

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  • The south eastern end is on the "western" bank at York Haven.
  • Merv) Tajikistan and south eastern Kyrgyzstan (in the Chui Valley).
  • At the south eastern end of the island is the Illa des Penjats lighthouse.

eastern slopes

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  • It rises on the eastern slopes of Queensberry.
  • The eastern slopes above Thirlmere have been planted with conifers.
  • The Middle Teton Glacier is located on the eastern slopes of the peak.

north eastern

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  • A colonnaded pergola is located on the north eastern elevation.
  • Explosions vented on the north eastern slope of Barujari volcano.
  • The range of the skink is in north eastern Queensland and into Papua New Guinea.

western and eastern

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  • India retaliated in both the western and eastern fronts.
  • It has a western and eastern stand.
  • Glacial cirques are found on Sara Sara's western and eastern flanks.

eastern suburbs

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  • It covers the inner eastern suburbs of Adelaide.
  • He attended Kew High School in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.
  • By 22 April 1BF had penetrated the northern and eastern suburbs of Berlin.

located in eastern

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  • Knollwood is located in eastern Lake County at .
  • It is located in eastern part of Hukkeri.
  • Achrafieh is located in eastern Beirut.

found in eastern

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  • It is found in eastern Uganda and western Kenya.
  • It is found in eastern Nigeria and western Cameroon.
  • It is found in eastern Ivory Coast and western Ghana.

through the eastern

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  • In their absence, had entered the harbour through the eastern channel.
  • Contacts were mediated especially through the eastern Lau Islands of Fiji.
  • In 1869 General Edward O. C. Ord sent him on a reconnaissance through the eastern Nevada.

eastern seaboard

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  • By 1963 Horne's had 44 units mostly along the eastern seaboard.
  • Most of the important economic centers of China lay on its eastern seaboard.
  • For her second foray, "U-541" headed toward the eastern seaboard of North America.

near the eastern

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  • It is near the eastern edge of the Canadian Prairies.
  • It is mountainous, especially near the eastern border.
  • There is a small island near the eastern shore called Deowongo Island.

native to eastern

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  • Ruschi's rat is native to eastern South America.
  • Most are native to eastern Asia, with a few in Europe.
  • It is native to eastern North America.

region in eastern

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  • It lies in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania.

far eastern

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  • Beverly view is located in the far eastern section of Ashburn.
  • Mudburra is one of the far eastern forms of the Pama-Nyungan Ngumbin languages.
  • The far eastern half of the crater is marked by a ray system running north–south.

eastern slope

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  • The grave is on the eastern slope facing a north-south path.
  • Hamayun lies on the eastern slope of Mt.
  • Explosions vented on the north eastern slope of Barujari volcano.

eastern flank

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  • The range forms the eastern flank of the Lake Perris reservoir.
  • A tramway ran in the same direction on the eastern flank of the bings.
  • The Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park is located on the mountain's eastern flank.

eastern region

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  • Most of the land under cultivation is in the eastern region.
  • Chainpur is an ancient market place of the eastern region of Nepal.
  • Barahachhetra is taken as the most important pilgrimage site in eastern region of Nepal.

eastern provinces

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  • In the eastern provinces of the country Muslims are predominant.
  • In AD 18, Agrippina left for the eastern provinces with her family.
  • The following year, Germanicus was sent to govern over the eastern provinces.

forms the eastern

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  • It forms the eastern boundary of the Gulf of Patience.
  • Vembanad Lake forms the eastern boundary of the village.
  • The range forms the eastern boundary of the Cache Valley.

eastern wall

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  • His large tomb lies midway along the eastern wall amongst other large monuments.
  • On February 11, 2004, the eastern wall of the Temple Mount was damaged by an earthquake.
  • On the eastern wall of the fountain, four semi-circular steps lead up to the entrance door.

eastern and central

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  • The nonvenomous, colubrid snake is indigenous to eastern and central North America.
  • In 1255, the Mongols swept through eastern and central Anatolia, and would remain until 1335.
  • The rufous-fronted bushtit is found in the eastern and central Himalayas in Bhutan, China, India and Nepal.

region of eastern

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  • Paspébiac Paspébiac is a city on Baie des Chaleurs in the Gaspésie region of eastern Quebec, Canada.
  • Kokad Kokad is a village in Hajdú-Bihar county, in the Northern Great Plain region of eastern Hungary.
  • "T. albispinus" is found in a relatively small region of eastern Brazil, in the states of Sergipe and Bahia.

department in eastern

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  • Varambon Varambon is a commune in the Ain department in eastern France.
  • Friron was born on 7 February 1766 in Vandieres in what later became Meurthe department in eastern France.
  • Servanin Servanin is a red French wine grape variety grown predominantly in the Isère department in eastern France.

eastern states

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  • This was the most devastating blow Qin delivered to the two eastern states to date.
  • Tollways are found in the eastern states of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.
  • Dutch is taught in states bordering the Netherlands, and Polish in the eastern states bordering Poland.

eastern and northern

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  • The top, eastern and northern faces have been discoloured by lichen.
  • Four solfatara fields lie at the eastern and northern flanks of the central cone.
  • On the eastern and northern horizon lies the Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country.

eastern regions

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  • The eastern regions of Afghanistan were considered politically as parts of India.
  • During their time there, Germanicus was active in his administration of the eastern regions.
  • Mansouri Mansouri (, ) is a surname common amongst the North Africa and Middle eastern regions.

eastern front

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  • Similarly, Panzer II tanks were used on the eastern front.
  • Király saw combat on the eastern front and was twice wounded.
  • Machliniec found itself in the middle of the eastern front during the First World War.

eastern corner

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  • The tomb was located the eastern corner of the church and "Misericórdia Velha".
  • The post became the north eastern corner of the new Australian position at Lone Pine.
  • Pico Alto, resulted from fissural eruption developing in the eastern corner of the island.

eastern tip

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  • It is located on the eastern tip of the island of Rolla.
  • The highway continued to Goetzville and ran to DeTour Village at the eastern tip of the UP.
  • He charted the eastern tip of Vanua Levu and Cikobia before making his way back into the open sea.

off the eastern

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  • The Laurentian Abyss is found off the eastern coast of Canada.
  • It is located just off the eastern coast of the large island of Magerøya.
  • It lies off the eastern shore of Lopez Island, between it and Decatur Island.

eastern entrance

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  • the eastern entrance gate in the bulwark.
  • The eastern entrance is connected to Prince Regent station.
  • The highway begins at Osawatomie Road at the eastern entrance to the psychiatric hospital grounds.

eastern outskirts

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  • An international border between Russia-Ukraine runs along the eastern outskirts of the city.
  • It flows southward and discharges at the eastern outskirts of Rengsdorf into the Engelsbach from the right.
  • MT 35 begins within the Flathead Indian Reservation, in the eastern outskirts of Polson, at an intersection with US 93.

endemic to eastern

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  • The species is endemic to eastern Iran and Pakistan.
  • The species is endemic to eastern Australia.
  • The species is endemic to eastern Nepal.

eastern shores

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  • The eastern shores have a height of 10 meters, while the western shores are flat.
  • The expedition landed on the eastern shores of Siberia, where Kern spent several weeks.
  • The NWWR continues south along PTH 6 and parallel to the eastern shores of Lake Manitoba.

eastern portions

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  • It consists of several ridges in the eastern portions of Gladwyne and Villanova.
  • Between 1996 and 2005, the Thirteenth District covered the central and eastern portions of Iztacalco.
  • In 1977, their musical "Petra" was shown in both the Muslim western and Christian eastern portions of Beirut.

eastern territories

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  • He feared that Germany would eventually lose these eastern territories.
  • Caligula needed to quell several riots and conspiracies in the eastern territories during his reign.
  • Around 110 people worked there, mostly German refugees from the eastern territories lost after WW II.

between the eastern

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  • It forms the intersection between the eastern 4th Ring Road and the Jingtong Expressway.
  • In the remaining arc between the eastern rim clockwise to the north, the inner wall is much wider.
  • Marked differences in vocabulary and usage still exist between the eastern and western parts of Cornwall.

through eastern

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  • She left to travel through eastern Taiwan with a friendly nun by the name of Xiūdào (修道法師).
  • In 1255, the Mongols swept through eastern and central Anatolia, and would remain until 1335.
  • Here, the valley and NY 228 curve northeastward, following Taughannock Creek through eastern Schuyler County.

eastern frontier

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  • In response to border raids, Constantine sent Constantius to guard the eastern frontier in 335.
  • Europe's eastern frontier was defined in the 1st century by geographer Strabo at the River Don.
  • The Gamtoos River had been declared, c. 1740, the eastern frontier of the colony; but it was soon passed.

eastern wing

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  • Also demolished was the eastern wing, but the wing was later rebuilt in a reduced size.
  • The main building of note is the Phalawang Palace which houses documents in the eastern wing.
  • Cultural discrimination also prevailed, causing the eastern wing to forge a distinct political identity.

parts of eastern

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  • More specifically the Mosetse River discharges to Sua Pan, draining parts of eastern Botswana.
  • The North Vietnamese quickly overran large parts of eastern Cambodia, reaching to within of Phnom Penh.
  • Tukul Tukul is a term used to refer to round homes in Ethiopia, Sudan and other parts of eastern Africa.

eastern areas

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  • Sheldon would take pupils from the southern and eastern areas of the town and adjacent villages.
  • The broadcasts from this transmitter reach all northern Germany during daylight, except the most eastern areas.
  • Catalogue of Indian troops: fourteen contingents from the Indus valley and the eastern areas of the Median empire.

eastern suburb

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  • Armstrong grew up in the eastern suburb of Mitcham.
  • Today Saqba has become a working-class eastern suburb of Damascus.
  • The Italian consulate is located in the eastern suburb of Payneham.

eastern area

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  • They also control the eastern area of the Chambucha-Karete axis.
  • Due to the higher elevation, the climate is cooler towards the eastern area.
  • Their centre was at Mountnorris Bay, in the eastern area of the Cobourg Peninsula.

eastern borders

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  • The northern and eastern borders remained the same.
  • The high mountains of the Ruwenzori Range on the eastern borders.
  • It is also found on the western, north and eastern borders of Dartmoor.

eastern extension

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  • It is part of the eastern extension of the Line 1.
  • An eastern extension to Zhaojiagang East is under construction.
  • Towne Centre Drive is the name for what is essentially an eastern extension of Hereford Farm Road.

reaches its eastern

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  • PA 926 reaches its eastern terminus at an intersection with PA 3.
  • Highways and reaches its eastern terminus at MD 179 (St. Margarets Road).
  • Passing to the north of Newcastle upon Tyne the route reaches its eastern trailhead at Percy Main, North Shields.

across the eastern

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  • A merged chain of tiny craters lies across the eastern rim.
  • The cult grew and built up momentum, sweeping across the eastern Cape.
  • There is a shallow sandbar extending across the eastern end of the lake.

state in eastern

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  • The Uyghur state in eastern Xinjiang was initially Manicheaean, but later converted to Buddhism.
  • The Muslim homeland movement pushed for a sovereign state in eastern British India with the Lahore Resolution in 1943.

across eastern

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  • A deep mid-latitude shortwave trough was tracking northeastward across eastern China.
  • It fought at Kovel, during the withdrawal across eastern Poland and at the Baranov bridgehead on the Vistula.
  • Weak tornadoes, known as landspouts, across eastern Colorado have been witnessed to develop in a similar manner.

eastern city

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  • Hanaei targeted female sex workers in the eastern city of Mashhad.
  • The university occupies 205 acres at the eastern city limit of Greenville.
  • The U.S. Highway diverge at a large trumpet interchange at the eastern city limit of Lynchburg.

village in eastern

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  • She was born in Brzezice, a village in eastern Poland.
  • Nemetin Nemetin is a village in eastern Slavonia, Croatia, located near Osijek.
  • Kamchia, Burgas Province Kamchia () is a village in eastern Bulgaria, located in Sungurlare Municipality of the Burgas Province.

eastern sides

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  • The northern and eastern sides of the island are steep and mountainous.
  • Its name derives from a rivulet flowing on northern and eastern sides of the city.
  • There he discovers a small group of shepherds that complains of being attacked by the wolves from eastern sides (i.e.

other eastern

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  • Decorating eggs for Easter using wax resistant batik is a popular method in some other eastern European countries.
  • However, many other eastern Mediterranean states and polities adopted Rhodian (Chian) monetary standard following Rhodes.
  • Like many other eastern European countries, Belarus has a negative population growth rate and a negative natural growth rate.

eastern capital

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  • In 927, Emperor Mingzong had briefly moved his court from Luoyang to the eastern capital Kaifeng.
  • He also engaged Qidan forces, capturing their chief Abugu () and taking him back to the eastern capital Luoyang.
  • Huige sent 3,000 soldiers to aid Zhu Tao in his efforts to further advance south to capture the eastern capital Luoyang.

eastern segment

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  • The eastern segment was redesignated MS 594 in 1958.
  • At 97 Street it becomes the eastern segment of 167 Avenue.
  • The roadway had an eastern segment built by the end of 1953.

around the eastern

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  • Catalan evolved from Vulgar Latin in the Middle Ages around the eastern Pyrenees.
  • The insurance industry is focused around the eastern side of the City, around Lloyd's building.
  • They dwelt around the eastern shore of Lake Eyre, running northwards from Muloorina to the Warburton River.

throughout the eastern

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  • They operate booths and a variety of railroad and model railroad shows and meets throughout the eastern US.
  • The eastern chipmunk lives in deciduous wooded areas and urban parks throughout the eastern United States and southern Canada.
  • Physocephala tibialis Physocephala tibialis is a species of thick-headed fly in the family Conopidae found throughout the eastern United States, often near flowering plants.

eastern branch

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  • Diffloth places Khmer in an eastern branch of the Mon-Khmer languages.
  • The language belongs to the eastern branch of the Nahuan language family, and exhibits a number of divergent features.
  • While he moves the others to the northern branch of the Ometo languages, he leaves Gatame/Haruro in the eastern branch.

extreme eastern

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  • This range was not sufficient to reach targets on the extreme eastern and northeastern region of China.
  • The terrain is undulating in nature and the extreme eastern side has forests bordering Karnataka state.

town in eastern

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  • She was born in Gjøvik, a town in eastern Norway.
  • Diamond, Utah Diamond is a ghost town in eastern Juab County, Utah, United States.
  • Srebrenica is a small mining town in eastern Bosnia about fifteen kilometers from the Serbian border.

entire eastern

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  • 414 formerly covered the entire eastern third of the state.
  • Licinius departed and eventually defeated Maximinus, gaining control over the entire eastern half of the Roman Empire.
  • It serves as the main road on Charlotte County's Grand Manan Island, following the entire eastern coast of the island.

eastern central

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  • It was described by Thomson in 1860, and is known from eastern central Mexico to Panama.
  • Paracirrhites xanthus Paracirrhites xanthus is a species of hawkfish from the eastern central Pacific.
  • It lies within the eastern central Lowlands on the north bank of the Firth of Tay, which feeds into the North Sea.

former eastern

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  • It was repopulated by Poles, expelled from former eastern Poland annexed by the Soviet Union.
  • The Seleucid Empire broke apart and its former eastern part was absorbed by the Parthian Empire.
  • At the end of this tolled section, SH 29 reaches a roundabout intersecting the former eastern section (now SH 29A) and SH 36.

eastern foothills

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  • "N. spinosus" has a very wide distribution encompassing much of the Amazon basin and the eastern foothills of the Andes.
  • Galena was developed as a mining property in 1860, with the discovery of silver in the eastern foothills of the Sierra Nevada.
  • Belair, South Australia Belair is a suburb in the south eastern foothills of Adelaide, South Australia at the base of the Mount Lofty Ranges.

much of eastern

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  • Area code 920 North American telephone area code 920 covers much of eastern Wisconsin.
  • Bombs dropped from 279 Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers burned out much of eastern Tokyo.
  • He is a Democrat representing the 32 District, which includes much of eastern Loudoun County in Northern Virginia.

throughout eastern

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  • Obama did extremely well throughout eastern Pennsylvania.
  • Cultivation also spread throughout eastern and southern parts of Africa.
  • The spotted turtle is declining throughout eastern Northern America due to habitat loss and poaching.
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