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North

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North

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n.
  1. the region of the United States lying to the north of the Mason-Dixon line
  2. the United States (especially the northern states during the American Civil War); Union
  3. British statesman under George III whose policies led to rebellion in the American colonies (1732-1792); Frederick North; Second Earl of Guilford

north

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adj.
  1. situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the north

north

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adv.
  1. in a northern direction; northerly; northwards; northward

north

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n.
  1. the cardinal compass point that is at 0 or 360 degrees; due north; northward; N
  2. a location in the northern part of a country, region, or city
  3. the direction corresponding to the northward cardinal compass point
  4. the direction in which a compass needle points; magnetic north; compass north

Alfred North Whitehead

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n.
  1. English philosopher and mathematician who collaborated with Bertrand Russell (1861-1947); Whitehead

Frederick North

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n.
  1. British statesman under George III whose policies led to rebellion in the American colonies (1732-1792); North; Second Earl of Guilford

Great Plains of North America

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n.
  1. a vast prairie region extending from Alberta and Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada south through the west central United States into Texas; formerly inhabited by Native Americans; Great Plains

North Africa

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n.
  1. an area of northern Africa between the Sahara and the Mediterranean Sea

North African

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adj.
  1. of or relating to northern Africa

North America

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n.
  1. a continent (the third largest) in the western hemisphere connected to South America by the Isthmus of Panama
  2. the nations of the North American continent collectively

North American

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adj.
  1. of or pertaining to or characteristic of the continent or countries of North America or their peoples

North American

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n.
  1. a native or inhabitant of North America

North American Free Trade Agreement

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n.
  1. an agreement for free trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico; became effective in 1994 for ten years; NAFTA

North American country

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n.
  1. any country on the North American continent; North American nation

North American nation

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n.
  1. any country on the North American continent; North American country

North Atlantic

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n.
  1. that part of the Atlantic Ocean to the north of the equator

North Atlantic Council

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n.
  1. a council consisting of permanent representatives of all the member countries of NATO; has political authority and powers of decision; NAC

North Atlantic Treaty

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n.
  1. the treaty signed in 1949 by 12 countries that established NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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n.
  1. an international organization created in 1949 by the North Atlantic Treaty for purposes of collective security; NATO

North Borneo

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n.
  1. a region of Malaysia in northeastern Borneo; Sabah

North Carolina

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n.
  1. a state in southeastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies; Old North State; Tar Heel State; NC
  2. one of the British colonies that formed the United States

North Carolinian

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n.
  1. a native or resident of North Carolina; Tarheel

North Cascades National Park

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n.
  1. a national park in Washington that is an alpine wilderness area featuring gold rush and logging campsites

North Channel

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n.
  1. a strait between Northern Ireland and Scotland that connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea

North Dakota

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n.
  1. a state of north central United States bordering on Canada; Peace Garden State; ND

North Dakotan

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n.
  1. a native or resident of North Dakota

North Dravidian

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n.
  1. a Dravidian language spoken primarily in eastern India

North Equatorial Current

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n.
  1. an equatorial current that flows west across the Pacific just north of the equator

North Frigid Zone

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n.
  1. the regions to the north of the Arctic Circle centered on the North Pole; Arctic; Arctic Zone

North Germanic

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n.
  1. the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland; Scandinavian; Scandinavian language; Nordic; Norse; North Germanic language

North Germanic language

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n.
  1. the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland; Scandinavian; Scandinavian language; Nordic; Norse; North Germanic

North Island

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n.
  1. the smaller but more populous of two main islands of New Zealand; separated from South Island by Cook Strait

North Korea

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n.
  1. a communist country in the northern half of the Korean Peninsula; established in 1948; Democratic People's Republic of Korea; D.P.R.K.; DPRK

North Korean

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adj.
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of North Korea or its people or their culture

North Korean

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n.
  1. a Korean from North Korea

North Korean monetary unit

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n.
  1. monetary unit in North Korea

North Korean won

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n.
  1. the basic unit of money in North Korea; won

North Pacific

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n.
  1. that part of the Pacific Ocean to the north of the equator

North Peak

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n.
  1. 19,370 feet high

North Platte

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n.
  1. a river that rises in northern Colorado and flows northward into Wyoming and then eastward and southeastward through Nebraska where it joins the South Platte to form the Platte River; North Platte River
  2. a town in west central Nebraska on the Platte River

North Platte River

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n.
  1. a river that rises in northern Colorado and flows northward into Wyoming and then eastward and southeastward through Nebraska where it joins the South Platte to form the Platte River; North Platte

North Pole

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n.
  1. the northernmost point of the Earth's axis

North Sea

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n.
  1. an arm of the North Atlantic between the British Isles and Scandinavia; oil was discovered under the North Sea in 1970

North Star

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n.
  1. the brightest star in Ursa Minor; at the end of the handle of the Little Dipper; the northern axis of the earth points toward it; Polaris; pole star; polar star; polestar

North Star State

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n.
  1. a midwestern state; Minnesota; Gopher State; MN

North Temperate Zone

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n.
  1. Temperate Zone between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer

North Vietnam

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n.
  1. a former country in southeastern Asia that existed from 1954 (after the defeat of the French at Dien Bien Phu) until 1975 when South Vietnam collapsed at the end of the Vietnam War

North Vietnamese

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adj.
  1. of or relating to North Vietnam or its people or culture

North Yorkshire

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n.
  1. a county in northern England

Old North French

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n.
  1. the medieval Norman dialect of Old French; Norman-French; Norman French

Old North State

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n.
  1. a state in southeastern United States; one of the original 13 colonies; North Carolina; Tar Heel State; NC

University of North Carolina

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n.
  1. a university in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

capital of North Carolina

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n.
  1. capital of the state of North Carolina; located in the east central part of the North Carolina; Raleigh

capital of North Dakota

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n.
  1. capital of the state of North Dakota; located in south central North Dakota overlooking the Missouri river; Bismarck

capital of North Korea

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n.
  1. capital of North Korea and an industrial center; Pyongyang

compass north

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n.
  1. the direction in which a compass needle points; north; magnetic north

due north

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n.
  1. the cardinal compass point that is at 0 or 360 degrees; north; northward; N
E.g.
  • It then returns to a due north course for to Dexter.
  • West of Pittsburg US 421/SR 39 heads due north towards Monticello.
  • The highway crosses the Roanoke River before turning nearly due north.

east by north

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

magnetic north

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n.
  1. the direction in which a compass needle points; north; compass north

north by east

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

north by west

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point west of due north; NbW

north celestial pole

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n.
  1. the celestial pole above the northern hemisphere; near Polaris
n.
  1. perennial herb closely resembling European edelweiss; New Zealand; Leucogenes leontopodium

north northeast

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n.
  1. the compass point that is midway between north and northeast; nor'-nor'-east; NNE

north northwest

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n.
  1. the compass point that is midway between north and northwest; nor'-nor'-west; NNW

north side

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n.
  1. the side that is on the north
E.g.
  • They were built on the north side of the basilica.
  • The tunnel also has a sidewalk on the north side.
  • The next station on the north side is Azadi Station.

north wind

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n.
  1. a wind that blows from the north; northerly; norther; boreas

northeast by north

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point north of northeast; NEbN

northwest by north

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point north of northwest; NWbN

west by north

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n.
  1. the compass point that is one point north of due west; WbN

just north

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  • The large promontory just north is Cape Turnagain.
  • It lies just north of the dramatic Tswapong Hills.
  • The Nidderdale Caves lie just north of the village.

north and south

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  • The north and south porches are later 14th century.
  • Ticket gates are located in the north and south.
  • The chancel has chapels on the north and south side.

north end

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  • At the north end is an entry porch and flagpole.
  • The semicircular north end stands out in this design.
  • The north end is dominated by shallow mudflats.

miles north

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  • It was located 9.7 miles north of Marianna, Florida.
  • It is located 70 miles north of Dnipropetrovsk.
  • Bassein (or Vasai) is about 30 miles north of Bombay.

km north

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  • It lies approximately 6 km north of Szabadegyháza.
  • The town is 20 km north of the town of Wągrowiec.
  • It is situated about 10 km north of Alappuzha town.

north to south

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  • Water ports of Alabama, listed from north to south:
  • 37 alen (23.23 meters) from north to south, and ca.
  • Pennsylvania is north to south and east to west.
E.g.
  • Highlandale is approximately north of Schlater.
  • It lies approximately north of Radom and south of Warsaw.

far north

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  • This infilling went as far north as Corlear's Hook.
  • The range extends as far north as the Avon River.
  • It extends as far north as Inglewood and St Arnaud.

located north

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  • The airport is located north of downtown Manaus.
  • Mount Uhay is located north of Mount Ginsiliban.
  • The town is located north of Senec and east of Modra.

north east

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  • 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.

north west

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  • The north west tower is also of Norman construction.
  • The A96 links Elgin and Inverness and the north west.
  • It is 382km (and 490km by road) north west of Sydney.

further north

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E.g.
  • Pukatawagan Reserve is further north of Sherridon.
  • It was further north than the current station.
  • And then as you get further and further north, it changes.
E.g.
  • It lies approximately north of Radom and south of Warsaw.

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.

north and west

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  • To the north and west, the topography is mountainous.
  • To the north and west it is limited by the Dogger Bank.
  • Her third sortie took her north and west of the Azores.

continues north

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  • VT 7A, meanwhile, continues north into Shaftsbury.
  • KY 716 crosses the railroad tracks and continues north.
  • The roadway continues north as SR 681 (Bear Creek Road).

north through

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  • It flows north through Alsfeld, Schwalmstadt and Borken.
  • It drains north through Gods River into the Hayes River.
  • It flows north through Bow and Zeal Monachorum to Lapford.

north bank

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  • Dalfsen is on the north bank of the river.
  • The wreckage was moored against the north bank of the Thames.
  • Duthie Park opened in 1899 on the north bank of the River Dee.

north along

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E.g.
  • It continued north along Markham Road to Highway 401.
  • heads north along Farmville Road into the county seat.
  • These people had migrated north along the Caribbean island chain.

north coast

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E.g.
  • 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.

north shore

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E.g.
  • There are some small spruce in a cove on the north shore.
  • The village is located on the north shore of Lac Brochet.
  • Swan Lake State Park is on the north shore.

turns north

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  • At , Highway 89 turns north onto "Highway 89 north".
  • From here it turns north again towards Freyung.
  • SR 249 then separates and goes east and SR 49 turns north.

heads north

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E.g.
  • I-77 then heads north into rural Kanawha County.
  • heads north along Farmville Road into the county seat.
  • Torak heads north and soon encounters an orphaned wolf cub.

north wall

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  • The entrance to the pavement was on the north wall.
  • The north wall has a single restored perpendicular window.
  • The main entrance is near the western end of the north wall.

along the north

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  • Its highest point is halfway along the north coast.
  • Highway 771 runs along the north side of Valen fjord arm.
  • The East Coast Greenway runs along the north side of the highway.

south to north

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E.g.
  • Mileposts progress numerically from south to north.
  • Route 4 has several local names: From south to north:
  • (The Beni River flows from south to north).

moved north

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  • The northern border was moved north to Lawrence Avenue.
  • James Van Horn moved north as the famous Erie Canal was being built.
  • He then resigned and was replaced by George Meade as Lee moved north.

north aisle

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E.g.
  • The north aisle and the porch are both buttressed.
  • The north aisle was added in the 18th century.
  • The church consists of a nave, chancel and north aisle.

runs north

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E.g.
  • The Jōban Line runs north and south in the city.
  • The Oita Kotsu Company runs north of the city.
  • K-4 then runs north of the town of Herington.

area north

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E.g.
  • The area north of Turunväylä is mostly bushy swampland.
  • One is located near the Buhlow area north of the OK Allen bridge.
  • The area north of the Amur had previously belonged to Imperial China.

flows north

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E.g.
  • It flows north through Alsfeld, Schwalmstadt and Borken.
  • It flows north through Bow and Zeal Monachorum to Lapford.
  • The next valley contains Limestone Creek, which flows north.

west and north

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E.g.
  • It is located about west and north of Trail City.
  • Its area is , running about east to west and north to south.
  • The city area is and extends over east to west and north to south.

extended north

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E.g.
  • On March 19, 1928, it extended north to Victoria.
  • The highway was extended north to Highway 7 in 1937.
  • SH 47 Bypass extended north to SH 5 on October 24, 1938.

kilometres north

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E.g.
  • The airport is 35 kilometres north of Chumphon.
  • It is located 110 kilometres north of Helsinki.
  • Pentland Firth line about 11 kilometres north of North Head.

north central

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E.g.
  • The district covers much of north central Milam County.
  • K-71 is a spur route that serves the city of Bern in north central Nemaha County.
  • The Mossi Plateau in north central Burkina Faso faces encroachment from the Sahara.

immediately north

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  • Roscam is located east of Galway city, immediately north of Oranmore Bay.
  • The M9 highway which connects Moscow and Riga passes immediately north of Idritsa.
  • Llanelwedd is on the right bank of the Wye concentrated immediately north of Builth Wells.

mile north

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E.g.
  • Another mile north of Dodge Street is N-64, known as Maple Street.
  • Pymore, Dorset Pymore is a small village one mile north of Bridport, Dorset.
  • The Burn, a small Georgian estate, is located approximately 1 mile north of Edzell.

heading north

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E.g.
  • Strangely, Pelly-Fry continued heading north.
  • Columbus left for Hispaniola on 16 April heading north.
  • She was left heading north by northwest.

north towards

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E.g.
  • The XV Corps then turned north towards the Seine and Paris.
  • Beles, and continued its advance to the north towards Sofia.
  • West of Pittsburg US 421/SR 39 heads due north towards Monticello.

located just north

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E.g.
  • Bodø is located just north of the Arctic Circle.
  • Furesø Town Hall is located just north of the station.
  • SNR is located just north of the Loire river.

kilometers north

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E.g.
  • It is located 43 kilometers north east of Beirut.
  • It is located twenty kilometers north of Loreto.
  • It is located about 7 kilometers north of Haripad town.

lies north

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E.g.
  • It lies north of the autonomous area of Mount Athos.
  • The hamlet of Saltcoats lies north of the River Mite.
  • It lies north of Piz Medel, in the Val Sumvitg.

farther north

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E.g.
  • The farther north, the later the eggs are laid.
  • Crow began looking for a place to settle farther north.
  • The origin of the volcanism there and at Al Haruj farther north is not clear.

north eastern

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E.g.
  • 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.

north of downtown

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E.g.
  • The airport is located north of downtown Manaus.
  • The Amtrak station is in New Center north of downtown.
  • It is located north of downtown Edmonton on Highway 28.

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.

located about north

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E.g.
  • It is located about north of the village of Røkland.
  • It is located about north of Potlatch, Idaho.
  • It is located about north of Milan and about east of Como.

then north

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E.g.
  • East to Birchmount Road and then north to Highway 401.
  • It turned west along M-28 into Newberry and then north to Four Mile Corner.
  • From Piraeus the line runs eastwards to Neo Faliro and then north to Thision.

turning north

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E.g.
  • The roadway bends eastward, passing through Sugar City, before turning north.
  • It then turned west concurrent with Highway 9 for before turning north into Grand Valley.
  • It then zig-zags northeast through Latimer before turning north at the northern end of K-149.

towards the north

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E.g.
  • The general slope of the city is towards the north.
  • The slab has a slight lean towards the north.
  • It is the last village of Jamkhandi taluk towards the north east.

north wing

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E.g.
  • In 1700 the front and the north wing were completed.
  • The north wing or transept is dominated by a large organ.
  • In 1742, the north wing became the first one to be finished.

north onto

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E.g.
  • At , Highway 89 turns north onto "Highway 89 north".
  • FM 2309 turns north onto A.L.
  • It turns north onto Summit Road, which it stays on for the rest of its route.

headed north

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E.g.
  • Two more RSD-15's headed north in 1973.
  • Then he headed north and got a job on a Minneapolis radio station.
  • On 21 March, she cleared Leyte Gulf with TG 51.1 and headed north.

running north

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E.g.
  • They may have formed an inland stop line running north to south.
  • It is triangular in plan, the ridges running north, west and south east.
  • The island is lozenge shaped running north to south and is wide and long.

north face

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E.g.
  • from the U.S. Capitol, ending at the north face of the White House.
  • The roof of the north face is higher than that of the main building.
  • Typically, the substructure entry was located on the north face of the pyramid.

north western

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E.g.
  • Wythburndale marks the north western boundary of the fell, flowing to Thirlmere.
  • Pewit Island is a small island located in the north western section of Portsmouth Harbour.
  • Cala Bassa Cala Bassa is a beach the north western seaboard of the Spanish island of Ibiza.

line north

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E.g.
  • Efforts are being made to extend the line north to Slaggyford.
  • Smaller sawmills were common along the line north of Picture Rocks.
  • CSX operates the line north of Cranbury to South Amboy via Jamesburg.

situated north

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E.g.
  • It is situated north of Louth and south of Grimsby.
  • It is situated north from the resort of Skegness.
  • It was situated north of Leven and south of station.

north part

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E.g.
  • Red grouse can be found at the extreme north part of Wales.
  • The south part was built in 1983 and the north part in 1988.
  • The longest of these rises next to the Nine Maidens standing stones in the north part of the parish.

turned north

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E.g.
  • She then turned north to regain her station.
  • With bombs gone the crews turned north and headed for home.
  • The XV Corps then turned north towards the Seine and Paris.

leading north

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E.g.
  • The roads leading north and west were choked with fugitives.
  • Road A8, leading north to Zaandam and the A10 Ringroad were opened between 1968 and 1974.
  • Route 340 passes through Suphan Buri, leading north to Chai Nat and south to Bang Bua Phong.

north transept

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E.g.
  • The north transept is floored with medieval tiles.
  • The console was moved into the north transept.
  • The north transept is in Early English style.

directly north

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  • It lies directly north of the Port of Dakar.
  • Fairwarp is a small village directly north of Maresfield.
  • The axis of the valley runs almost directly north to south.

north and northeast

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E.g.
  • On September 2, Charlie turned to the north and northeast.
  • It is bounded on the north and northeast by private residences.
  • Their coalition covered nine provinces in the north and northeast.

north toward

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E.g.
  • She remained off Okinawa until sailing north toward Japan on 14 August 1945.
  • Foster's men began destroying the tracks north toward the Goldsborough Bridge.
  • The Maryland State Highway Administration (MDSHA) plans to extend MD 201 north toward Laurel.

continued north

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E.g.
  • It continued north along Markham Road to Highway 401.
  • In 1854, they continued north to the Oregon Territory.
  • The wagon road also continued north along the Sauk River to Rockport.

north again

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E.g.
  • From here it turns north again towards Freyung.
  • Curving to the west and to the north again, I-77 has an exit serving Sharon.
  • The road curves northeast and heads into High Bridge, where it turns north again.

travels north

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E.g.
  • 83 Street begins at Argyll Road and travels north.
  • It begins at K-4 and travels north to an intersection with US-159.
  • The road travels north past Cadamy, turning into a divided highway.

north latitude

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E.g.
  • It gathers its waters from 5 degrees north latitude to 20 degrees south latitude.
  • 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.

south and north

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E.g.
  • The winner can own the right to control the communication between south and north.
  • There are no major roads that run directly between the south and north of the county (e.g.
  • It has a large organ balcony to the west and small balconies along the south and north sides.

leads north

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E.g.
  • It leads north to Gurnee and south to Highland Park.
  • A small road also leads north to Poland.
  • US 281 leads north from Perrin to Jacksboro and south to Mineral Wells.

land north

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E.g.
  • Lewsey Farm was built on land north of Lewsey in the 1960s and 1970s.
  • On 28 April 1905 the workers bought land north and west of the factory plant area.
  • Paremoremo Scenic Reserve is a block of land north of the Paremoremo residential area.

parallel north

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E.g.
  • The border was then dropped about 50 miles to the 36th parallel north.
  • Its totality figures at least part of the year south of the 25th parallel north.
  • The −5 all-time low is uniquely mild for European locations on the 59th parallel north.

way north

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E.g.
  • On his way north to Rochester, Wisconsin he sold five and kept one for his own business.
  • Strengthening into a tropical storm, Gordon wound its way north into the Greater Antilles.
  • On his way north Bukair was halted by a large Persian force under Isfandiyar, the son of Farrukhzad.

north across

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  • These were then hauled north across the bridge into Proctor.
  • Afterward, many of the Boii retreated north across the Alps.
  • To the north across from South Road is the campus of York College.

north and northwest

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E.g.
  • Sahelian type of goat is distributed in north and northwest of Mali.
  • To the north and northwest are the wooded slopes of the "Hochtaunus", or High Taunus Mountains.
  • Its north and northwest borders are considered to be Oka River and an imaginary line Kaluga-Ryazan.

distance north

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  • Tulang is located a short distance north of Pacijan.
  • It is accessible through Girona Airport, some distance north.
  • The highway makes a curve, turning to the southeast for a distance north of Greeley.

extends north

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E.g.
  • Caln CDP extends north as far as Pennsylvania Route 340.
  • One species, "C. oliviforme", extends north to southern Florida.
  • The province extends north to south and east to west at its maximum width.
E.g.
  • It continues north through Ten Mile, and enters Roane County.
  • The four-lane divided highway continues north through La Crescent.
  • The road continues north through more rural areas and curves northeast.

went north

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E.g.
  • So he went north to collect more sea otter furs.
  • After their wedding the couple went north to Blackpool.
  • They went north as far as around Warracknabeal and Lake Buloke.

near the north

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E.g.
  • This crater lies near the north pole of the Moon.
  • Hancock Butte, near the north rim of the Grand Canyon, is named in his memory.
  • It washed ashore near the north end of Gibraltar Point, at the island's west end.

off the north

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E.g.
  • He was born on 29 December 1806 in Kirkwall in Orkney off the north coast of Scotland.
  • It is found in the sub tropical waters of the eastern Atlantic Ocean off the north western coast of Africa.
  • Olosega Island is a remnant of the Sili shield volcano, the caldera of which may lie submerged off the north shore.

road north

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  • Tarapur is located 3.3 km by road north of Jawad.
  • Hotavlje primarily lies along the road north to Kopačnica.
  • The village lies close to the A689 road north of Alston, Cumbria.

few miles north

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  • The village is a few miles north of Narbonne.
  • It is a few miles north west of the village of Portree and is in the council area of Highland.
  • Parow, Germany Parow is a village a few miles north of Stralsund in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

continuing north

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E.g.
  • Instead they found themselves continuing north, toward Rotterdam.
  • Large ruptures can also trigger earthquakes on the faults continuing north from the Alpine Fault.
  • At Cameron, the Wisconsin Northern splits, with WC trackage continuing north to Rice Lake and west to Almena.

moving north

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E.g.
  • The U-boat evades the RCN and RCAF patrols by moving north.
  • Operation Exporter began on 8 June, with Allied forces moving north into Lebanon and Syria.
  • Variations in temperature increase when moving north through savanna and plateau toward the Sahel.

before turning north

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E.g.
  • The roadway bends eastward, passing through Sugar City, before turning north.
  • It then turned west concurrent with Highway 9 for before turning north into Grand Valley.
  • It then zig-zags northeast through Latimer before turning north at the northern end of K-149.

degrees north

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  • Its radiant is located 7 degrees north of Beta Boötis.
  • The record latitude (in degrees north) or longitude (in degrees west) is given.
  • It gathers its waters from 5 degrees north latitude to 20 degrees south latitude.

north of town

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E.g.
  • Its first mine, north of town on the river's west side, was exhausted by 1873.
  • It is located north of town of Tivat, and encloses town of Kotor from the south.
  • The route continues to run along the northwest side of SR 42 until it finally terminates at a poultry farm just north of town.

blocks north

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E.g.
  • (There is a now-decommissioned Yereance Avenue two blocks north of the house.)
  • The park is a few blocks north of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard on Rogers Bridge Road.
  • Amazon is headquartered several blocks north of the station in the Denny Triangle area.

marched north

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E.g.
  • Ahnaf then marched north directly to Merv, in present-day Turkmenistan.
  • On the morning of April 19, Reno marched north on the road to South Mills.
  • Harrison marched north to Prophetstown on the Tippecanoe in November 1811, Winamac marched with him.

goes north

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E.g.
  • The rout goes north to follow the Kalindi glacier.
  • The D117A goes north from the town to Allerey.
  • US 45W comes in from the west and goes north with SR 22.

north clockwise

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E.g.
  • Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise): Sida, Prathai, Phimai, Khong, and Bua Yai.
  • Neighbouring districts are (from the north clockwise): Khong, Non Sung, Non Thai, and Phra Thong Kham.
  • Neighbouring districts are (from the north clockwise): Non Sung, Chakkarat, Chok Chai and Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima.

head north

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E.g.
  • At midnight, however, Douglas ordered the ship to change course and head north.
  • At Opal, US 17 joins US 15 and US 29 (James Madison Highway) to head north to Warrenton.
  • Their goal was to head north through Surigao Strait and attack the invasion fleet off Leyte.

back north

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E.g.
  • Kummetz then turned back north to draw the destroyers away.
  • Ata-bime was killed in combat, and her husband fled back north.
  • In 1632 he was back north where he became a member of the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke.

through the north

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E.g.
  • The Ebro runs through the north of the community.
  • The A390 road runs through the north of the parish.
  • The canal passes through the north of the county via Runcorn and Warrington.

areas north

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E.g.
  • In 1890 areas north of 22 degrees were added to the new Bechuanaland Protectorate.
  • Ahmad Shah next sent an army to subdue the areas north of the Hindu Kush mountains.
  • In 1862, some areas north of Mariahilfer Straße were ceded to the 7th District (Neubau).

north pole

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E.g.
  • This crater lies near the north pole of the Moon.
  • In a magnetic compass, the north pole of a bar magnet points north.
  • Aratus described him circling the north pole, herding the two bears.
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