east-central

ADJECTIVE
  1. of a region of the United States generally including Kentucky, West Virginia
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  • An ancient port of east-central Greece in Boeotia. According to tradition, it was the embarkation point for the Greek fleet during the Trojan War.
  • The capital of Kuwait, in the east-central part of the country on the Persian Gulf. Population, '0,3'5.
  • A city of east-central Rhode Island on Narragansett Bay south of Providence. Settled in 1643, it is a manufacturing center and a summer resort. Population, 85,427.
  • He points visitors to the 37,291-acre Coosa Wildlife Management Area in east-central Alabama, the 39,139-acre Upper Delta WMA in the extreme southwestern part of the state, and the Choccolocco WMA in the northeast, where hunters willing to hike or bike can find plenty of elbowroom in 50,100 acres of prime Appalachia turkey woods. Hunt Turkeys, Pigs, Caribou, Snow Geese, and Hares in March
  • The most stubborn resistance was in east-central Paris.
  • All tenements are located in North Kivu Province of the east-central Democratic Republic of the Congo and lie within in one of the world's principal gold and tin metallogenic provinces. Reuters: Press Release
  • House prices in east-central Scotland rallied at the end of last year despite a traditionally quiet period for sales, new figures reveal.
  • A community of east-central New Jersey south of Asbury Park. It is an industrial center in a coastal resort area. Population, 28, 366.
  • A city of east-central Germany on the Elbe River northwest of Dresden. Its porcelain industry dates to the early 18th century. Population, 38,710.
  • A city of east-central Michigan, a suburb of Flint. Population, 17, 178.
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