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  • s  farthest to the east

  • Voters in the easternmost province, where separatist sentiment also runs high, went to the polls despite the violence that included attacks on a police station and the burning of a .
  • At the same moment, on the Bering Strait across from Alaska, the easternmost edge of the Soviet world is well on the way to an Arctic noon.
  • Rattiner broke into creative journalism at age 20 after his father fired him from a summer job at the family drugstore in Long Island's easternmost village, Montauk.
News & Articles

  • Marathon takes runners from Maine to Canada
    LUBEC, Maine (AP) — Runners from 37 states and nine countries are taking part in a cross-border marathon that starts at the easternmost point in the U.S. and crosses into Canada.        
    June 23, 2013 - Boston Globe
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    LUBEC, Maine (AP) — Runners from 37 states and nine countries are taking part in a cross-border marathon that starts at the easternmost point in the U.S. and crosses into Canada.
    June 23, 2013 - The News-Times
Quotes

  • Susan Collins in Bangor Daily News
    The first question many of you have is, why Bangor, Maine,Collins said. "The simple answer is that the city that I'm proud to call home is the location of the easternmost airport in the United States, a former Air Force base that can...
  • Manmohan Singh in Economic Times
    Arunachal Pradesh is the easternmost state of our country, and the sun kisses the country here first...... it is our land of the rising sun,Mr Singh said during his trip which came shortly after his trip to Beijing.
  • Vijay Kumar in Times Online
    This was the easternmost point he has ever come ...... in the last 15-20 years,said Vijay Kumar, head of a special police task force set up to grab the bandit. "It became more and more easy for us to monitor him."

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