northeastern United States

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Noun1.northeastern United States - the northeastern region of the United Statesnortheastern United States - the northeastern region of the United States
eastern United States, East - the region of the United States lying to the north of the Ohio River and to the east of the Mississippi River
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com/storms/winter/news/2018-01-03-winter-storm-grayson-southeast-ice-snow-forecast) it pummeled the American northeast in snow Wednesday night and into Thursday.
Coopersburg & Liberty Kenworth is one of the most-respected and trusted truck dealerships anywhere in the American Northeast.
A wide range of beaded purses and other articles of beadwork were made by Iroquois peoples over several decades of the nineteenth century for the souvenir market in the North American Northeast.
HEARTY NORTHEAST BEAN SOUP Inspired by American Northeast winters - which are even colder than Newcastle's
If I lived in the American northeast I'd go to Maine.
NATURE NEXT DOOR: CITIES AND TREES IN THE AMERICAN NORTHEAST considers the woods of Maine, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Vermont and considers how urbanization in the region fostered a surprising era of recovery in the forests.
The twin-turbo V-6 Q4 model is all-wheel-drive, a must in this category, especially in markets like the American Northeast.
NNA - Snow began to fall as a massive blizzard headed for the American Northeast on Friday, sending residents scurrying to stock up on food and supplies ahead of a storm poised to dump up to 3 feet (nearly a meter) of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond, reported AFP.
From New York to Florida: An American Family's Life on the Road Between the World Wars" is a family memoir telling of the author's family's journey between the two global conflicts of traveling out the American Northeast and into the warmth of Florida.
Native American tribes were forced to give up 412,000 square miles of territory in the American Northeast, north of the Ohio River, between the first contact and the enforcement of the Indian Removal Act of 1830.
Utner cnanges for whoie Hog include possible expansion, for the first time, to the American Northeast in 2012, with franchises in the Philadelphia area, Maynes said.
That's where those "six nations" come in: They are the distinct Native groups of the American Northeast, which are subsumed into the "tribe" the French called Iroqouis but who collectively call themselves Haudeno-saunees.

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