How To Use Seaboard In A Sentence

  • The SkyLab factory is based in Koh Si Chang, that small island 40 minutes by ferry boat from the Eastern Seaboard's Sriracha port.
  • Away from the eastern seaboard, the state sector still dominates.
  • Late TV starts on the Eastern seaboard mean postmidnight finishes. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • The black-bellied plover or beetlehead, which occurred along the Atlantic seaboard in great numbers years ago, is now seen only as a straggler. Our Vanishing Wild Life Its Extermination and Preservation
  • Many of these islanders ended up on the eastern seaboard of Canada, either voluntarily or by forced evictions.
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  • If it weren't for my damned ankle, I tell you, I'd have been making out with every cocky boozehound on the eastern seaboard.
  • Today the mail brought a puffy package from the eastern Seaboard; inside were two books by Patch Adams.
  • The Dismal Swamp together with the Everglades and the Okefenokee Swamp contain the largest peat and muck deposits on the Atlantic seaboard south of Maryland (Hunt, 1974). Ecoregions of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia (EPA)
  • China now ranks fourth by value in the list of export markets targeted by the Pacific seaboard states of the US.
  • The new port at Laem Chabang, on the eastern seaboard, was scheduled for completion in 1991.
  • One switch thrown in Quebec forinstance, and the entire American Eastern Seaboard goes dark... Bye bye, Ann.
  • For two weeks he sat on a bus that zigzagged along the eastern seaboard picking up other criminals who were being reassigned from one jail to another.
  • This morning, I was alerted to a few tweets worried about a potentially bad low pressure system moving eastward that could become a nor'easter and damage the Eastern Seaboard Sunday into Sunday night. HUFFPOST HILL - Dems Deploy Payroll Tax Robots
  • Virginia colliers shipped their coal up and down the eastern seaboard, and enjoyed a first-mover advantage so critical to the success of young industries.
  • But of more interest to the showman were the roughly 100 newspaper editors from up and down the Eastern seaboard in the audience, whose train fare and hotel lodging he called "a very costly piece of advertising, which yet yielded us a magnificent return. All Stories | The New York Observer
  • But, as I sit down today to write this article, a business executive with an industrial firm on the Eastern seaboard is telephoning a bookmaker to place a fifty-dollar bet on a horse race; a factory worker in a Midwestern town is standing at a lunch counter filling out a basketball parlay card on which he will wager two dollars; a housewife in a West Coast suburb is handing a dime to a policy writer who operates a newsstand as a front near the supermarket where she shops. The Baleful Influence of Gambling
  • In 1942, the Normandie Dock of St Nazaire in German-occupied France was the only Atlantic seaboard facility capable of taking in any large German warship.
  • The Moroccan government maintains that the 1,000 kilometer stretch of Saharan seaboard is an integral part of its historical territory and that has been its unchanging policy since Spain let go of Western Sahara in 1975. Western Sahara's Uneasy Peace Untenable, UN Envoy Says
  • Nineteenth-century urban and industrial development of the eastern seaboard bypassed tidewater Maryland and left its few towns, Chestertown among them, distinctive for their isolation.
  • Eating the entire western seaboard of the US? Times, Sunday Times
  • The eastern seaboard is mainly flat, featureless, overdeveloped, and devastated. How the West Was Wired
  • Yet the only real hope for the Sahrawis may now be the foreign oil companies competing to exploit the riches off the Atlantic seaboard.
  • Along the eastern seaboard, army units were moved from northern states into the South to prevent suspected insurrection.
  • Next to be mentioned are the loanwords for various Indian ceremonies, which include: busk a Creek festival of first fruits and purification that was celebrated when the first green corn was edible and that marked the beginning of a new year. cantico a ceremonial dance of the Algonquian Indians of the Atlantic seaboard. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol X No 3
  • Otherwise known as the Eastern, Gulf or Bluepoints, this variety of oyster is most commonly found along the Atlantic Seaboard of the U.S. and the Gulf of Mexico. Oysters Come Back in Vogue
  • The company owns a chain of hotels along/on the Atlantic seaboard.
  • The completion and inauguration of the Naval Port Development Project would see a boost in the economic activity and tourism in the capital town of Naval in Biliran Province and will strengthen the links between the provinces of Masbate, Leyte, Cebua, Samar, Surigao and to other Strong Republic Nautical Highway Eastern Seaboard. Arroyo unveils marker of P52.7 Million Port Development Project
  • Along the eastern seaboard, army units were moved from northern states into the South to prevent suspected insurrection.
  • In American Studies, for example, the transatlantic, the circumatlantic and the cisatlantic on one seaboard and Pacific Rim paradigms on the other offer modes of understanding and theorizing flows which provide crucial ways of rethinking place and its relationship to space.
  • There are 17,725 crofts and more than 33,000 people living in crofting households concentrated on the western seaboard of the Highland mainland, the Western Isles, Shetland, Skye and the Inner Hebrides.
  • Callao barley was released by the Virginia Crop Improvement Association in 1994 as a high-yielding, high-test weight hulled barley for eastern seaboard growing conditions.
  • They have been brought in from up and down the eastern seaboard as if for the climax of a disaster movie. Times, Sunday Times
  • Much of the eastern seaboard of the US had the warmest December on record by a wide margin. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nova Scotian climate is so harsh in wintertime that the seaboard Nova Scotian colonists of the eighteenth century earned the nickname 'Bluenoses' for their ability to stand the cold.
  • In seaboard cities, the waterfront was the most important and colorful part of town.
  • The storm that battered the eastern seaboard of the US is about to crash into Britain today. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thus, we start in the polar ice and tundra, move on to grasslands, thence to rain forests and marshes, then uplands, seaboards and maritime civilisations.
  • Thought to be named after the cranes which feed on them, cranberries proliferate in the boggy marshlands of the Canadian and North American seaboard.
  • At this season, all along the seaboard of North – Western Arabia, the Bedawin are grazing their animals in the uplands, and they will not return coastwards till July and August supply the date-harvest. The Land of Midian
  • This effectively denies Ireland's western seaboard the huge economic benefits that onshore facilities for an oil industry would bring.
  • The divide between the eastern seaboard and the rural interior is stark.
  • By contrast to the antilopine, Ritchie said that the eastern gray kangaroo is in a strong position to weather climate changes because of its predominance in the cooler eastern seaboard of Australia. dailyindia.com News Feed
  • This morning, I was alerted to a few tweets worried about a potentially bad low pressure system moving eastward that could become a nor'easter and damage the Eastern Seaboard Sunday into Sunday night. HUFFPOST HILL - Dems Deploy Payroll Tax Robots
  • Motorists and pedestrians coped with sheets of rain, poor visibility, slick roads and strong wind gusts Friday morning as the storm made its way up to the Eastern Seaboard. 5 Dead As Torrential Rainfall Drenches East Coast
  • The eastern seaboards of North America, Australia, and Asia can be particularly vulnerable if this occurs.
  • The seaboards face ever-increasing pressure as more and more Australians move to the coast, and the Great Barrier Reef already has suffered substantial damage.
  • Vast tracts of America's north-eastern seaboard were closed for business as blizzards brought more than a foot of snow.
  • It could have been the chunks of ice that would dislodge from the nose of the plane and come careening back toward the propellers and explode when they hit the blades, or it could have been the Nor'Easter that no one bothered to tell the pilot was pounding the eastern seaboard. Intercession
  • New tracts of lands would be cultivated upon the Canal margin, and, encouraged by the State's example the proprietors of all the great unimproved tracts of Swamp lands will form themselves into Drainage Companies, by which method alone can we ever hope to witness the complete reclamation of the dismals of the seaboard. The Beginnings of Public Education in North Carolina; A Documentary History, 1790-1840. Vol. II
  • Freskyn family appointed guardians; rebellion of MacHeths; king William's expedition against thanes of Ross: chartulary; revolt of Donald Ban MacWilliam; king Hakon's proposed raid (1263); no Norse place-names on seaboard; Sutherland and Caithness in Saga-Time or, The Jarls and The Freskyns
  • Curious thing, that we have the cheapest combined rail-and-water haul to the seaboard on this continent when that seaboard is in Montreal. The Ontario View of the St. Lawrence Waterway Scheme
  • However, storms that form more north or east have a greater chance to threaten the Eastern seaboard or simply recurve into the open ocean.
  • Gary led Vicky from the handsome Chesapeake & Ohio-Seaboard Air Line depot on Main Street in Richmond to the waiting Cadillac. LASTING TREASURES
  • The superciliary ridges are prominent, but as the hair of the eyebrows is constantly kept shaved, there is not such an impression of prominence as in the Christianized Mandáyas of the southeastern seaboard of The Manóbos of Mindanáo Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume XXIII, First Memoir
  • Of course, the most important constituency to which the league appealed was the Irish-speaking population concentrated on the western and southern seaboards of the island.
  • Japanese companies, especially those in the auto sector, are long-term investors in Thailand and are some of the key tenants at Hemaraj's and Amata's industrial estates on the country's eastern seaboard. Real Estate
  • The end of the War of 1812 with Britain inaugurated decades of peaceful economic growth, with new roads and canals opening the eastern seaboard to easier and speedier travel.
  • A wide area of coastal plains extends across the western seaboard, a region of phosphate mining and the cultivation of citrus, olives, tobacco, and grains.
  • A wide area of coastal plains extends across the western seaboard, a region of phosphate mining and the cultivation of citrus, olives, tobacco, and grains.
  • The seaboard of Capernaum in which Peter dwelt is said by travelers to be a peculiarly damp, marshy, aguish, feverish place.
  • all up and down the Eastern seaboard
  • I mean, how could one resist such deathless prose as this: "We are drawn into this seaboard existence, seeing the stars pronging the sails at night, the flying fish that land on deck, and even the birds that fly, unaware, into the mast," offered by the reviewer about a book called The Last Voyage of the Cosmic Muffin. Archive 2007-01-01
  • This means that people whose trips had to be abandoned because of the cancellation of flights to the eastern seaboard last week won't lose out. The Sun
  • Our turtle of interest, Sternotherus odoratus, or the stinkpot turtle, is found throughout the midwest and eastern seaboard of the United States.
  • The giant 580-mile (930-km)-wide storm unleashed 8O miles per hour (130 km per hour) winds, grounding aircraft all along the heavily populated eastern seaboard. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Falcon Seaboard, a privately held company with annual revenues of nearly $ 300 million, employs about 300 employees.
  • All Australians take it for granted, so even though 85 percent of us cling like cunjevoi sea squirt to its seaboard, the sea itself is, substantially, unchartered territory. Surviving Australia
  • This means that people whose trips had to be abandoned because of the cancellation of flights to the eastern seaboard last week won't lose out. The Sun
  • The journey north-west from Edinburgh is a delight, with lush pasturelands giving way to the rugged beauty of the Trossachs and then Argyll and the western seaboard.
  • And lot of that issue comes not just from Kyle making its way up to eastern seaboard, but rather, from a pocket of showers and storms that were at parts of the Appalachians, that is going to be drifting off to the east. CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2008
  • Well, the US eastern seaboard is singularly devoid of precious metal ore deposits, which kept Spanish attention to the south, seeking more lucrative immediate spoils in Mexico and South America. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Giving Thanks For the Lack of Gold and Silver
  • Vast tracts of America's north-eastern seaboard were closed for business as blizzards brought more than a foot of snow.
  • The Eastern seaboard is never dark – a skein of lights runs along it, always visible. 28 | December | 2007 | Living the Liminal
  • Over the last two years, the PC Classic has developed into a race of such proportions that it has become a showcase event for yachting on the Eastern Seaboard.
  • In the United States, >80% of Lyme disease cases occurred in the northeastern and mid-Atlantic seaboards.
  • As Felicia wrote on Sunday, "Since their arrival Friday afternoon, the Obamas have been biking, hiking and boating their way around Mount Desert Island, the third-largest island on the Eastern Seaboard and home to the 47,000-acre Acadia National Park. Obama gets tough on jobless benefits
  • I sipped a glass of candied champagne, and peered out a grimy window at the periphery of the eastern seaboard. In God's Country: travels in the Bible belt, USA.

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