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On the east side of the island of Manhattan the indifferent hawk knew the East River that connected New York Bay with Long Island Sound.
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On and east
On a misty Sunday morning last month, a small band of militant anti-Communists called the Minutemen held maneuvers in a foggy field about fifteen miles east of here.
On the one hand, it had a large region ( largely east of the Urals ) of highly distinct, pre-industrial, often non-literate peoples, similar to the situation in the Americas.
On the whole, however, the reign of Alexander was prosperous until the rise, in the east, of the Sassanids.
On 13 August, the Royalists began to attack in earnest, occupying several outposts on the east bank of the River Fowey, making it even more difficult for help to reach Essex.
: On the east coast of what would come to be called the United States, some tribes would grow maize ( corn ), beans, and squash intermingled together, a system which had originated in Mexico.
On the third day of battle, July 3, fighting resumed on Culp's Hill, and cavalry battles raged to the east and south, but the main event was a dramatic infantry assault by 12, 500 Confederates against the center of the Union line on Cemetery Ridge, known as Pickett's Charge.
On the east is the Elbląg Upland ( Wysoczyzna Elbląska ), a dome pushed up by glacial compression, 390 km < sup > 2 </ sup > in diameter and high at its greatest elevation.
The tropical Atlantic ocean experiences depressed activity due to increased vertical wind shear across the region during El Niño years .< ref > On the flip side however, the tropical Pacific Ocean east of the dateline has above normal activity during El Niño years due to well above average water temperatures and decreased windshear.
On the other hand, the threat of the Soviet Union was used also in Finland's domestic politics in a way that possibly deepened Finlandization ( playing the so-called idänkortti, " east card ").
On retirement from the British Colonial Service, Gardner moved to London but then before World War II moved to Highcliffe, east of Bournemouth on the south coast of England.
On his return the subsequent year, following the disbandment of La Navidad, Columbus quickly founded a second settlement farther east in present-day Dominican Republic.
On the east, its border with Bangladesh is largely defined by the Khasi Hills and Mizo Hills, and the watershed region of the Indo-Gangetic Plain.
On the east Herodotus called them the Neuri, a name related to Old Prussian narus, " the deep ," in the sense of water country.
On its return to base, the expedition learned of the presence of Amundsen, camped with his crew and a large contingent of dogs in the Bay of Whales, 200 miles ( 320 km ) to their east.
On May 21, he camped outside the city, positioning himself east of the Citadel of Aleppo, while his forces encircles the suburb of Banaqusa to the northeast and Bab Janan to the west.
On this island Willem Barents and his crew were stranded while searching for a new route to the east.
On the east, the Uva Basin consists of rolling hills covered with grasses, traversed by some deep valleys and gorges.
On the other hand, a large part of the current administrative unit of the Silesian Voivodeship is not part of historical Silesia ( e. g., Częstochowa, Zawiercie, Myszków, Jaworzno, Sosnowiec, Żywiec, Dąbrowa Górnicza, Będzin and east part of Bielsko-Biała, which are historically Lesser Poland ).
On the east it was bounded roughly by Yarkand and / or Kashgar, on the west by Bahlika ( Uttaramadra ), on the northwest by Sogdiana, on the north by Uttarakuru, on the southeast by Darada, and on the south by Gandhara.
On his return, Aethelwulf agreed to divide the kingdom with his son to avoid bloodshed, ruling the new territories in the east while Aethelbald held the old heartland in the west.
On and side
On the downstream, or `` pavilion '', side these vaults give out onto terraces twice as wide as the bridge itself.
`` On each side of the Hoogli, where we are now sailing, are the Hindoo cottages, as thick together as the houses in our seaports.
On the social side, the chore Mama had at the formal receptions at the White House thrilled her the most.
On Christmas Eve, students brought out two small Christmas trees which I placed on either side of the tent.
On the other side are the Celtic survivalists who have taken a tack divergent from both these schools of nineteenth century thought.
Even so, it adds up to impossible odds, except that the question arises, On whose side would the Mainland Chinese army fight??
On the other side of the Golden Horn I rode through Eminonu Square, with Yeni Cami, or the New Mosque, which dates from the Seventeenth Century, just across from the entrance to the bridge.
On each side of the motor well there's storage for battery, bumpers, line and spare props with six-gallon gas tanks below.
On C, from the point P at Af to the point Q at Af, we construct the chord, and upon the chord as a side erect a square in such a way that as S approaches zero the square is inside C.
On the one side we have the university professors and their students, trained in Teutonic methods of research, who have sought out, collected and studied the true products of the oral traditions of the ethnic, regional and occupational groups that make up this nation.
On the other side of the ledger is the fact that he did see his niece and the woman with whom she was staying.
On this side of the Bay, Miami Beach cops had no more legal rights than any ordinary citizen, and Shayne's pistol permit was just as good as theirs.
On the negative side of the balance sheet must be set some disappointment that the United States leadership has not been as much in evidence as hoped for.
On the positive side, recent Federal action has largely undermined the legal sanction so long enjoyed by the segregationist position ; ;
" On the biological or physical side, human measurements, genetic samples, nutritional data may be gathered and published as articles or monographs.
On September 13, 1861, in view of the decision of the Kentucky legislature to side with the Union after the occupation of Columbus by Polk, Johnston ordered Brig.