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eastlin

(ˈiːstlɪn) or

eastling

adj
(Navigation) Scot having or coming from an easterly direction
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It reappeared eight minutes later near Eastling, a tiny village in the middle of Kent countryside designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
In North Warwickshire, there will be six houses built in Sycamre Crescent, New Arley, at a cost of pounds 359,500, with nine in George Road, Water Orton (pounds 411,000), four in Eastling Road, Fillongley (pounds 235,000) and six in Bromage Avenue, Kingsbury (pounds 347,000).
One of the sheep was killed and two more sustained such extensive injuries that they had to be destroyed by a vet in Eastling, near Faversham, Kent.
Caption: JUSTYN EASTLING, a fourth-grade student in the varied exceptionality program at Grove Park Elementary School in Palm Beach Gardens, created the winning artwork for this year's holiday greeting card contest sponsored by the West Palm Beach/Jupiter firm of Littky, Smith, Phipps, Casas, and Phillips.
Albert Neaves, of Eastling, won the 1964 George Duller Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival with Do Or Die; Chris Nesfield of Charing landed the 1966 Welsh Grand National with Kilburn; and Ian Pattullo of Heaverham, near Sevenoaks, took the 1967 Foxhunter with Mulbarton.
New junior vice-president is John Coultrip, Wingfield Farm, Eastling, Faversham, Kent.
CVC operations manager David Ainge said: "Children are helped in many ways, but one particularly popular form of help is the Eastling Centre, near Faversham, Kent.
Neaves trained on a small scale on his 300-acre fruit and arable farm at Eastling for more 39 years, until retirement at the end of 1996.