eastern United States


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Noun1.eastern United States - the region of the United States lying to the north of the Ohio River and to the east of the Mississippi Rivereastern United States - the region of the United States lying to the north of the Ohio River and to the east of the Mississippi River
southeastern United States, Southeast - the southeastern region of the United States
northeastern United States, Northeast - the northeastern region of the United States
U.S.A., United States, United States of America, US, USA, America, the States, U.S. - North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776
East Coast - the eastern seaboard of the United States (especially the strip between Boston and Washington D.C.)
Appalachian Mountains, Appalachians - a mountain range in the eastern United States extending from Quebec to the Gulf of Mexico; a historic barrier to early westward expansion of the United States
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22 (Saba) - A number of areas in the United States on Monday are exposed to winter winds and ice sheets that have brought with it cold hail and caused the accumulation of ice on the roads, especially in the Midwest and eastern United States. Reuters reported that the United States was exposed to a wave of frozen air coming from the Arctic, in the wake of another storm hit earlier in January and caused frost and accumulation of ice, which reached a height of about (30.5 centimeters) across the northeast of the country .
Throughout the eastern United States, Hampshire continues to source opportunities in underserved, high-barrier-to-entry markets.
Monro (MNRO) announced it has expanded its collaboration with Amazon (AMZN) to provide tire installation services at over 330 additional Monro retail tire and automotive service locations in 10 states across the eastern United States. Initially launched in the greater Baltimore area, these tire installation services are now available to customers who purchase tires from Amazon.com and select the ship-to-store option at nearly 400 locations operating under a number of Monro brands in Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Tennessee and Virginia.
International Resource News-September 27, 2018--MPLX purchases eastern United States Gulf Coast export terminal
M2 PHARMA-August 23, 2018-Koligo Therapeutics launches KYSLECEL in Eastern United States
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The lone star tick is most common in the South, but is also found in much of the eastern United States. The ticks may be spreading to new areas as temperatures rise, research suggests.
The Florence, Ky., location fulfills orders in the eastern United States, and the West Coast Aftermarket Distribution Center in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., serves U.S.
Rubenstein Partners, founded in September 2005, is a private real estate investment management and advisory firm with operations throughout the Eastern United States. The firm is led by its founder, David Rubenstein, and a group of senior real estate executives, and is focused on directing and managing value-added office real estate investments, primarily in markets in the Eastern United States that encompass more than two-thirds of US office space inventory.
To the Editor: The November 2017 issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases had 3 articles about leprosy, including these topics: a United States-born patient who tested positive for Mycobacterium lepromatosis (1); a lethal case of Mycobacterium leprae manifested as Lucio's phenomenon in Peru (2); and pointing out that leprosy is an emerging disease in the eastern United States, including autochthonous cases without exposure to armadillos (3), which were previously shown to be a zoonotic source of transmission in the United States (4).
But summertime heat waves "are among the deadliest weather events," points out Karen McKinnon, a postdoctoral researcher at NCAR, "and they can have big impacts on farming, energy use, and other critical aspects of society." Greater anticipation of such events could have significant benefits, adds McKinnon, who recently led a study that uncovered a fingerprint in Pacific Ocean sea surface temperatures (SSTs) that consistently anticipated heat waves in the eastern United States as much as seven weeks in advance--a finding that she says has "the potential for long-range predictions of individual heat waves that gives society far more notice than current forecasts."

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