eastland


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eastland

(ˈiːstˌlænd)
n
1. (Physical Geography) the land or lands that are situated in the east
2. (Physical Geography) the countries that adjoin the Baltic
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Black Simon of Norwich crouched amid the rocks, crooning an Eastland ballad to himself, while he whetted his sword upon a flat stone which lay across his knees; while beside him sat Alleyne Edricson, and Norbury, the silent squire of Sir Oliver, holding out their chilled hands towards the crackling faggots
Harvest Christian 56, Lanark Eastland 35: Alyssa Iverson scored 14 points and Elena Porreta had 10 to lead the Lions (21-4) to a nonconference win at the Lanark Eastland Shootout.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 5, 2018-CBL Properties announces transformation plan for Eastland Mall in Illinois
Layla Thompson and her mother, 31-year-old Jenna Eastland, appeared on ITV's This Morning, where Jenna spoke about coughing up huge sums on make up, hair cuts and spray tans for her seven-year-old daughter.
The vast 640-hectare Eastland Heights in Antipolo City, Rizal is the latest residential venture of property giant Megaworld Corp.
Bailey to the position of president, Eastland division, the company said.
Swearengin has served on the boards of the Eastland Chamber of Commerce, Eastland Rotary Club, Eastland Fine Arts Association and is an Eastland Girls Softball association coach.
Ashes Under Water: The SS Eastland and the Shipwreck That Shook America
Arkose said that the lease is in Eastland County, Texas, and cover 277+/- acres.
Angela Block, patient access manager; Rhonda Eastland, clinic administrator; and Jason Madrano, nursing director, were all hired in December 2014.
Sam Eastland is the author of the Pekkala series, which I discovered by pure accident.
Local company Eastland Demolition started the process by taking down the temporary wooden building that had been on the college site for a number of years.