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West Coast

A region of the western United States bordering on the Pacific Ocean and including Washington, Oregon, and California.

West′ Coast′

the region of the U.S. bordering on the Pacific Ocean.
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Noun1.West Coast - the western seaboard of the United States from Washington to southern California
western United States, West - the region of the United States lying to the west of the Mississippi River
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A standoff at the Scarborough Shoal just off the western seaboard of Luzon led Aquino's government to bring China to a United Nations-backed tribunal to clarify their respective claims to the region.
The Northern Luzon Command also covers not only the geographic region of () province of Region 1, 2, 3 and the Cordillera Administrative Region but also include the vastness of the maritime areas of the Eastern and Western seaboard so we have the Scarborough Shoal and Philippine Rise and the northern border we have the Batanes Group Island," he added.
It is expected to exit to the South China Sea, on the country's western seaboard, at 26 kilometre per hour, either on Friday or on Saturday.
The staff worked together with the Seychelles National Parks Authority to clear up the hiking route, which offers beautiful panoramic views of Mahes western seaboard.
The Western Fleet of the Indian Navy undertook these major naval manoeuvres off the western seaboard of India to showcase operational excellence and combat capabilities.
Consequently we have seen one of the largest infestations of the Portuguese man o' war land on our western seaboard in more than 100 years.
We find the roads get bittier on the western seaboard and outside of the cities.
The Sankalp has been extensively deployed on the western seaboard from Gujarat to the Kerala coast, the International Maritime Boundary Line patrol, and surveillance off the Lakshadweep and Minicoy group of Islands.
Moving up and down along the western seaboard in the not- sochoppy waters of the Arabian Sea, it is, after all, a moment which has been awaited for years.
The western seaboard of Scotland is now in danger of having more environmental designations than it has fully-populated villages.
This facility will enable Eutelsat to respond to traffic variations across the eight time zones covered by the payload's 11 beams that span from the Western seaboard of North America to South-East Asia.
The same can be said of many Welsh people who have gone through tertiary, or, indeed, secondary education and one can understand why so many of those living outside this island think of Wales as some part of England stuck out on its western seaboard with Eire, a nation that they have no difficulty in recognising.

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