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coast·land

 (kōst′lănd′)
n.
The land along a coast.

coastland

(ˈkəʊstˌlænd)
n
the land fringing a coast

coast•land

(ˈkoʊstˌlænd)

n.
land along a coast; seacoast.
[1850–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coastland - land in a coastal area
land, soil, ground - material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use); "the land had never been plowed"; "good agricultural soil"
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To Alleyne whose days had been spent in the low-lying coastland, the eager upland air and the wide free country-side gave a sense of life and of the joy of living which made his young blood tingle in his veins.
In his address at the Mausoleum, Place of Heroes at the Botanical Gardens in the capital, President Granger said Burnham aspired to establish an educational system in which rural and hinterland schools would be as efficient as those on the coastland.
The event's website says: "This is the start of an ambitious tourism strategy to place East Cleveland back firmly on the map as a visitor destination, showcasing beautiful heritage, coastland, woodland and moorland whilst taking in breathtaking scenery.
Coastland Construction is the general contractor for the project.
Mr Marrs, who will release the reds on coastland near Hull, said: "Prince Charles is trying to bring them back on his estates.
Somalia's coastland has for years been a risky stretch of the Indian Ocean due to pirates targeting cargo ships.For Kenya, the conference should give an impetus to intensify conservation and proper management of water resources.
'If the committee does not reveal [the ownership status of the beach], according to the royal decree issued by the Supreme Consultative Council, the Khmer Rise Party will use the right to investigate documentation covering legal frameworks from all relevant institutions pertaining to the issue of coastland reclamation,' he said.
We can learn from the Gambia which sells it coastland to shore up the fortunes of the country.
Prior to joining NBSF, Peter Sterling ran alternative lending at Coastland Capital and served as its President.
Outer Banks Newsmedia, LLC has completed its purchase of The Coastland Times in North Carolina from Times Printing Co.
The largest approved mergers in included the $124 million Parker Community Credit Union in Janesville, Wis., into the $1.7 billion Educators Credit Union in Racine Wis., followed by the $103 million Coastland Credit Union in Metairie, La., into the $519 million Jefferson Financial Credit Union also based in Metairie; and the $51 million Eastern Maine Medical Center Credit Union in Bangor, Maine, with the $157 million Acadia Credit Union in Fort Kent, Maine.
The 10 minute (or so)segments take you over rugged coastland and spectacular mountains.