East Cape

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East Cape

1. (Placename) the easternmost point of New Guinea, on Milne Bay
2. (Placename) the easternmost point of New Zealand, on North Island
3. (Placename) the former name for Cape Dezhnev


(ˈdɛʒ nɛf, -niˌɔf, -ˌɒf)

Cape, a cape in the NE Russian Federation in Asia, on the Bering Strait: the northeasternmost point of Asia.
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Two days a month, she works with rural health nurses, practice nurses, and Ngati Porou iwi provider nurses around the East Cape.
Background and Aims: Intensive fieldwork along the shore of the East Cape Region in the Baja California Peninsula by the authors has resulted in the discovery and publication of some new species for the Mexican flora in recent years.
THE BODY of Jayde Panayiotou, a 28-year-old South African married to a Cypriot, was found after she was abducted and reported killed in East Cape where she lived, earlier this week.
The conditions will be light early on, with coastal sailing up to East Cape [the tip of New Zealand], but after a few days it will be the full-on Southern Ocean regime," said the race's official meteorologist, Gonzalo Infante, shortly before departure at 12am UAE time on Wednesday.
Steele said in a statement that the highest rainfall was recorded at East Cape where close to 300 mm of rains fell from 8 p.
However, the main forces behind the destruction of the Kat River Settlement were the racism and short-term economic interests of the East Cape British settlers.
According to reports, the government plans to roll out the new program in October 2014 to 10 communities, namely: East Cape, Invercargill, Whanganui, Waitakere, Far North District, Lower Hutt, Manukau, Rotorua, Spreydone-Heathcote and Manurewa-Papakura.
This is where the East Cape comes in handy a a region just north of San Jose del Cabo.
This is where the East Cape comes in handy [ETH] a region just north of San Jose del Cabo.
Specifically this stretches from the Pouawa Stream, just north of Gisborne, all the way up to East Cape and around it for some distance to Potikirua, west of Lottin Point.
The Eastern Blotched Leopard, a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family, is found in afromontane and riverine forest from the East Cape and along the escarpment to the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, Swaziland, Mpumalanga and the Wolkberg in the Limpopo Province, north to Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
South Africa) discovered a minority view among some residents of East Cape, and now that the colonial histories are being discarded along with the colonists, he is increasingly being portrayed as a heroic prototype of the modern freedom fighter.

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