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West Coast

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWest CoastˈWest Coast noun   the West Coast
Examples from the Corpus
West CoastI heard him tell a group of West Coast suits.A native of Richmond, he lived much of his adult life bouncing around the West Coast via train or sometimes car.Priority projects are double-decker commuter trains and more money for the West Coast line.Snapple became an overnight sensation among health buffs in the Northeast and on the West Coast.The review by the Valuation Office followed objections from salmon farmers on the West coast and islands, and on Shetland.Summer 1983 My sister is living on the West Coast.I thumbed the West Coast with them.
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