Down Easter

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Down East

also down East  (doun ēst′)
The coastal regions of Maine. Historically the term has sometimes been applied to all of New England.

Down East′er, down-East′er (-ē′stər) n.
Down East′ern adj.
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Noun1.Down Easter - a native or resident of MaineDown Easter - a native or resident of Maine  
American - a native or inhabitant of the United States
References in classic literature ?
If Down Easters and men of Boston raising like this, I'm glad of it, but I'm none of that raising nor of that breed.
Down Easters and Johnny Cakes can follow if they please.
Getting on the bus, driving down Princes Street, going down Easter Road and getting abuse from the Hibs fans.
The country's Catholic and Angelic churches have also scaled down Easter celebrations in a sign of solidarity.
7 REVOLUTION is in the air down Easter Road - and it's knocking on the door of the boardroom.
CO DOWN Easter celebrations at Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in Cultra from tomorrow until Easter Tuesday.
Mark Rogers of Orr's Island, ME, the first Down Easter to win Gatorade national honors in any sport.
Six-year-old Nathan Barry, whose pet goldfish died when his family's house burned down Easter Sunday, was given a new pet Wednesday by Katherine Elementary's PTA.
Although, don't get me wrong, there were a few days down Easter Road I probably could have done with a coat over my head
Two home matches out of the three remaining is more of a hindrance than a help as nerves are shredded down Easter Road.
Vandals doused the outside walls, windows and pavement in blue paint, with a trail of it going down Easter Road.
There's been little cheer down Easter Road way in the SPL this term but young Hibs defender Paul Hanlon is determined to take the positives out of their long-running battle to beat the drop.