the country's West Coast in a sentence
1. Russian: Аля́ска, romanized: Alyáska) is a U.S. state located on the northwest extremity of the country's West Coast, just across the Bering Strait from Asia.
2. BC Ferries operates the third largest ferry service in the world which carries travellers between Vancouver Island and the British Columbia mainland on the country's west coast.
3. It also rides the shores of the South Atlantic Ocean, which is on the country's west coast for reference.
4. Aberystwyth, at the midpoint of the country's west coast, has nearly 17 hours of daylight at the summer solstice.
5. Norwegian: Båhuslen) is a Swedish province in Götaland, on the northernmost part of the country's west coast.
6. He was born in Hammerfest in Northern Norway but soon moved to Naustdal on the country's west coast where he grew up with his mother Ruth Berit Stensletten Garfors, his father Reidar Magne Garfors and his six siblings.
7. It is located on the country's west coast in the Gaeltacht, about 50 km west of Galway city.
8. It is estimated by Aqualma, the major multinational corporation in the shrimp industry, that expansion into roughly 35,000 hectares of swampland on the country's west coast may allow for the expansion of production from the current 6,500 tons and US$40 million in revenues to nearly 75,000 tons and US$400 million in revenues by the end of the 1990s.
9. It is situated 60 kilometres (37 mi) south of Ranong on the country's west coast, with 100 kilometres (62 mi) of Andaman Sea coastline, making it Thailand's longest protected shore.
10. It is a landmark on the country's West Coast.
11. Russian: Аля́ска, romanized: Alyáska) is a U.S. state located on the northwest extremity of the country's West Coast, just across the Bering Strait from Asia.
12. A fourth flight test on 6 August 2019 launched two missiles from the country's west coast, overflying the North Korean capital region at an apogee of 37 km out to 450 km.
- the Canadian province
- a maritime border
- Russia's Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
- the Chukchi and Beaufort seas
- the largest U.S. state
- the seventh-largest subnational division
- the most sparsely populated state
- the continent's most populous territory
- the 60th parallel
- than quadruple the combined populations
- Alaska's residents
- the Anchorage metropolitan area
- The state capital
- the second-largest city
- more territory
- various indigenous peoples
- the entry point
- the Bering land bridge
- the current state
- this distant possession
- its sale
- several administrative changes
- the 49th state
- the smallest state economies
- a diversified economy
- United States armed forces bases
- more than half the state
- federally owned public land
- national forests
- wildlife refuges
- Alaska's indigenous population
- any U.S. state
- two dozen native languages
- Alaskan Natives
- considerable influence
- local and state politics
- the Russian colonial period
- an Aleut-language idiom
- the mainland