Examples of coastline in a Sentence
The plane flew along the eastern coastline.
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On a desolate coastline in Patagonia, astronomer Alan Stern huddles behind a semitrailer to block his telescope from the wind.
Washington chose this weekend to fly fighter and bomber jets along the Korean coastline close to the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas — closer to the border than U.S. jets have flown in at least 17 years.
The powerful storm ripped roofs off houses, collapsed buildings and flooded hundreds of miles of coastline.
The roughly 188,000-acre expanse of ocean, beach, savannah, and mangroves hugs Congo’s 23-mile strip of coastline.
Much of our waterways, however, already share coastlines with buildings or other structures that would need to be adapted or discarded.
Mahaulepu Coastal Trail is a Kauai History Heritage site and the last stretch of accessible coastline on the south shore that has not been developed.
Hurricane Irma batters Cuba Cuba's coastline was battered Saturday by Hurricane Irma, with hurricane force winds raking the islands eastern provinces and causing storm surge of as much as 12 feet (3.6 metres).
Parker knew that a trip to a picturesque destination along the California coastline would be the ideal setting to propose.
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