How to use Coast-to-coast in a sentence

coast-to-coast
  • He gobbled everything he could grab as if building energy for the balance of his coast-to-coast trek.

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  • Say Cleary rented the place innocently—he's a coast-to-coast truck driver or something and needs a temporary place, just like Burgess.

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  • Another familiar feature in the landscape is the chain of peel towers crossing the country from coast to coast.

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  • Say Cleary rented the place innocently—he's a coast-to-coast truck driver or something and needs a temporary place, just like Burgess.

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  • They showed a film called Coast to Coast which I caught snippets of each time I awoke.

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  • There are also shorter waymarked trails which run from coast to coast across the Isle of Man.

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  • The Coast to Coast walk was dreamt up by Alfred Wainwright, the famous fell walker and guidebook writer, in 1973.

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  • With Rita, I had been a guest here of the redoubtable Mrs Doreen Whitehead on a Coast to Coast Walk some years before.

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  • First conceived in the now abandoned Space Ghost Coast to Coast script, the Aqua Teens role was to cover the Space Ghost's unpaid bill by promoting their restaurant on his show.

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  • Coast-to-coast and around the world, toddlers love Elmo toddler clothes.

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  • The mainstream cruise line offers a 15-night coast-to-coast Panama Canal voyage.

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  • Squash bugs are a serious problem in the Western Hemisphere and can be found from coast to coast in the U.S. They suck the vital juices from plants and can inject a toxin that causes otherwise healthy plants to wilt, discolor and die.

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  • While you can find campgrounds nearly anywhere without a membership, Coast to Coast and other RV camping plans have some benefits to the family that camps often with their RV.

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  • If you RV often, or if it is the way you live then the fees and costs associated with a membership to Coast to Coast is worth it.

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  • Along with their hated rivals the Brooklyn Dodgers (who became the Los Angeles Dodgers), the Giants' moved west in 1957 as major league baseball became a coast-to-coast industry.

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  • Originally a British site, the Canadian commonwealth is represented with its own site, which shows many singles from coast to coast.

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  • Many of these are geographically based, such as Bloody Chicago by Troy Taylor and Coast to Coast Ghosts by Leslie Rule.

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  • The winners and the runners-up become household names, receive recording contracts and delight music fans from coast-to-coast.

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  • It's a question that millions of reality TV viewers from coast to coast have asked, and amazingly the answer keeps changing.

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  • This spa is a Kimpton hotel , which means it is part of a coast-to-coast network of upscale, one-of-a-kind spa and business destination hotels.

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