Examples of coastline in a Sentence
The plane flew along the eastern coastline.
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With 1,350 miles of coastline, the most in the continental United States, Florida has roughly 2.5 million homes in hazard zones, more than three times that of any other state, FEMA estimates.
Relative to length of coastline, New York and New Jersey receive far more total compensation for floods than Florida.
For a full experience, have Tony, the Jamaica Inn's resident boat master, ferry you over along the gorgeous coastline, which most visitors never get to see.
Much of the country is settled around coastlines, in part because historically, before the age of railroads and airlines and interstate highways, people and cargo tended to travel by water and societies built up around ports.
With hurricane warnings in effect for four central Cuban provinces with northern coastlines, Cubans completed last-minute preparations and evacuations Thursday in advance of Hurricane Irma.
The massive storm weakened from a category 4 to a category 3 on Saturday morning while tracing Cuba’s northern coastline, packing winds as high as 130 miles-per-hour.
That barrier contains an oyster reef that will, in turn, establish an ecosystem further protecting the coastline and diminishing the power of the waves.
At the first half-mile vista, you’ll be rewarded with sweeping views of the Napali coastline and a view of Kee beach and the coral reef that creates its lagoon.
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