east coast encyclopedia

east coast encyclopedia

The East Coast – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-11-15  Pāoa, Kiwa, Awapaka and Hinekau-i-rangi. The Horouta canoe, captained by Kiwa and Pāoa, landed at Ahuahu (Great Mercury Island) and Ōhiwa Harbour, where it needed repairs to its haumi (bow-piece). Pāoa walked inland and climbed Maunga Haumi to find a suitable tree. Unable to carry it back, he urinated the Waipāoa, Waioeka and Mōtū rivers into being and floated the timber down to the

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Feds' Misfortunes on East Coast The Canadian Encyclopedia

1998-12-7  Feds' Misfortunes on East Coast. Having a cabinet minister resign in a flurry of scandal is something no prime minister relishes. But Andy Scott's decision to pack it in as solicitor general last week underscored another unpleasant fact for Jean Chrétien: how the old Grit stronghold of Atlantic Canada has become a barren wasteland for the government.

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eastern Africa region, Africa - Encyclopedia Britannica

2021-11-29  eastern Africa, part of sub-Saharan Africa comprising two traditionally recognized regions: East Africa, made up of Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda; and the Horn of Africa, made up of Somalia, Djibouti, Eritrea, and Ethiopia.. Eastern Africa consists

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coast National Geographic Society

2011-1-21  The coast is the land along a sea. The boundary of a coast, where land meets water, is called the coastline. Waves, tides, and currents help create coastlines. When waves crash onto shore, they wear away at, or erode, the land. But they also

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Eastern Woodlands Indians Encyclopedia

2021-11-24  EASTERN WOODLANDS INDIANS. The Eastern Woodlands Indians were native American tribes that settled in the region extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Mississippi River in the west and from Canada in the north to the Gulf of Mexico in the south. (The Woodlands Indians are sometimes divided further into the Northeastern Indians and the Southeastern Indians.)

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Africa Encyclopedia

2018-5-14  Africa possesses the world's richest and most concentrated deposits of minerals such as gold, diamonds, uranium, chromium, cobalt, and platinum. It is also the cradle of human evolution and the birthplace of many animal and plant species, and has the earliest evidence of

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Northeast Indian - Encyclopedia Britannica Britannica

2021-11-29  Northeast Indian, member of any of the Native American peoples living roughly between the taiga, the Ohio River, and the Mississippi River at the time of European contact, including speakers of Algonquian, Iroquois, and Siouan languages.

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East Coast – East Coast region – Te Ara Encyclopedia of ...

2021-3-1  The East Coast region is the easternmost part of the North Island. It has much in common with the two other regions that lie east of the North Island main range – Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa. The whole of the East Coast is the territory of the Gisborne District Council, which includes ...

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The East Coast – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-11-15  Pāoa, Kiwa, Awapaka and Hinekau-i-rangi. The Horouta canoe, captained by Kiwa and Pāoa, landed at Ahuahu (Great Mercury Island) and Ōhiwa Harbour, where it needed repairs to its haumi (bow-piece). Pāoa walked inland and climbed Maunga Haumi to find a suitable tree. Unable to carry it back, he urinated the Waipāoa, Waioeka and Mōtū rivers into being and floated the timber down to the

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East Coast region – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-3-1  The East Coast is a relatively isolated region of New Zealand, with just two state highways linking it to the rest of the country. It covers both the sparsely populated East Cape and Tūranganui-a-Kiwa / Poverty Bay, which has more residents and includes the city of Gisborne.

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East Coast Rap - Uncyclopedia, the content-free

2021-12-1  East Coast Rap is a regional subgenre of hip hop music that originated in New York City, USA during the 1970s. East Coast hip hop has been noted as the first and original form of hip hop.[Of course not!] The style emerged as a definitive subgenre after artists from other regions of the United States emerged with different styles.

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East Coast Swing - Encyclopedia of DanceSport

East Coast Swing (ECS) is a form of social partner dance.It belongs to the group of swing dances. It is danced under fast swing music, including rock and roll and boogie-woogie. Yerrington and Outland equated East Coast Swing to the New Yorker in 1961.

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East Coast Cats - Female Submission Wrestling Encyclopedia

2021-10-1  East Coast Cats (ECC) is a American competitive catfight company. It was run by a man named Mike. It had over 100 releases over the course of nearly a decade, with many other recordings apparently still in their vault.

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Climate The Canadian Encyclopedia

2013-9-2  East Coast. East coast climates are represented by Halifax, NS. Precipitation is fairly uniform throughout the year and only in July does water need exceed supply. The vegetation does not suffer immediately since a moisture reserve is stored in the soil (see groundwater). For most soils, the reserve is approximately 100 mm.

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Singapore - History - Encyclopedia Britannica

Singapore - Singapore - History: Singapore Island originally was inhabited by fishermen and pirates, and it served as an outpost for the Sumatran empire of Srīvijaya. In Javanese inscriptions and Chinese records dating to the end of the 14th century, the more-common name of the island is Tumasik, or Temasek, from the Javanese word tasek (“sea”).

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South America Encyclopedia

2018-5-14  The extreme north of Suriname lies along the coast and is a flat swamp. Several miles of mangrove swamps lie between this region and the coast. Guyana. East of Suriname is the country of Guyana, with a land area of 83,000 sq. mi. (215,00 sq.

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Africa Encyclopedia

2018-5-14  Africa possesses the world's richest and most concentrated deposits of minerals such as gold, diamonds, uranium, chromium, cobalt, and platinum. It is also the cradle of human evolution and the birthplace of many animal and plant species, and has the earliest evidence of

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East Coast region – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-3-1  The East Coast is a relatively isolated region of New Zealand, with just two state highways linking it to the rest of the country. It covers both the sparsely populated East Cape and Tūranganui-a-Kiwa / Poverty Bay, which has more residents and includes the city of Gisborne.

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East Coast – East Coast region – Te Ara Encyclopedia of ...

2021-3-1  The East Coast region is the easternmost part of the North Island. It has much in common with the two other regions that lie east of the North Island main range – Hawke’s Bay and Wairarapa. The whole of the East Coast is the territory of

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The East Coast – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

2021-11-15  Pāoa, Kiwa, Awapaka and Hinekau-i-rangi. The Horouta canoe, captained by Kiwa and Pāoa, landed at Ahuahu (Great Mercury Island) and Ōhiwa Harbour, where it needed repairs to its haumi (bow-piece). Pāoa walked inland and climbed Maunga Haumi to find a suitable tree. Unable to carry it back, he urinated the Waipāoa, Waioeka and Mōtū rivers into being and

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East Coast Swing - Encyclopedia of DanceSport

East Coast Swing (ECS) is a form of social partner dance.It belongs to the group of swing dances. It is danced under fast swing music, including rock and roll and boogie-woogie. Yerrington and Outland equated East Coast Swing to the New

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Feds' Misfortunes on East Coast The Canadian Encyclopedia

1998-12-7  Feds' Misfortunes on East Coast. Having a cabinet minister resign in a flurry of scandal is something no prime minister relishes. But Andy Scott's decision to pack it in as solicitor general last week underscored another unpleasant fact for Jean Chrétien: how the old Grit stronghold of Atlantic Canada has become a barren wasteland for the government.

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East Coast Cats - Female Submission Wrestling Encyclopedia

2021-10-1  East Coast Cats (ECC) is a American competitive catfight company. It was run by a man named Mike. It had over 100 releases over the course of nearly a decade, with many other recordings apparently still in their vault.

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Middle East Encyclopedia

2018-5-17  MIDDLE EAST. MIDDLE EAST. The Middle East is that part of Western Asia extending from the eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey and Syria, through the desert to Iraq and Arabia, and to the East through Iran to the Caspian, the Caucasus, and the Black Sea.Into Africa, it includes Egypt, and, by some accounts, Arab North Africa.This area comprises

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Climate The Canadian Encyclopedia

2013-9-2  East Coast. East coast climates are represented by Halifax, NS. Precipitation is fairly uniform throughout the year and only in July does water need exceed supply. The vegetation does not suffer immediately since a moisture reserve is stored in the soil (see groundwater). For most soils, the reserve is approximately 100 mm.

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South America Encyclopedia

2018-5-14  The extreme north of Suriname lies along the coast and is a flat swamp. Several miles of mangrove swamps lie between this region and the coast. Guyana. East of Suriname is the country of Guyana, with a land area of 83,000

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Eastern Woodlands Indians Encyclopedia

2021-11-24  EASTERN WOODLANDS INDIANS. The Eastern Woodlands Indians were native American tribes that settled in the region extending from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Mississippi River in the west and from Canada in the north to the Gulf of Mexico in the south. (The Woodlands Indians are sometimes divided further into the Northeastern Indians and the

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