coast-to-coast


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coast-to-coast

from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans (in the continental U.S.A.); all the land between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans (considered in either direction). My voice was once heard on a coast-to-coast radio broadcast. Our car made the coast-to-coast trip in eighty hours.
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Derek said: "I decided to do the Coast-to-Coast for the simple reason of providing a goal to help me get fit.
Coast-To-Coast will be responsible for complete operations of the facility including leasing, management and marketing beginning at the Grand Opening (tentatively set for March 15, 2009).
Through this new service arrangement, M2M developers can enjoy coast-to-coast coverage and fast access to Cingular Wireless' network, as well as direct interconnect to KORE/Cingular Wireless technical resources for faster fault diagnosis and repair.
Some of the things that could cause actual results to differ from expectations are: economic conditions; the impact of high fuel prices; our inability to successfully implement and operate our expanded ground network; our inability to close on the acquisition of ACT's assets and successfully integrate their operations; failure of key suppliers and vendors to perform; our inability to attract sufficient customers at economical prices for our expanded ground network; unforeseen increases in liquidity and working capital requirements related to our expanded ground network; potential competitive responses from other operators of coast-to-coast less than truckload networks; the continued impact of terrorist attacks, global instability and potential U.
Private, Coast-to-Coast, High-Speed Ethernet Network is the First Designed to Meet the Speed and Quality Requirements for Online Gaming
The combined law firms will be named Schiff Hardin LLP and will provide a coast-to-coast presence with other offices in Chicago, Lake Forest, Ill.
The Company plans to use funds from the credit facility to fund working capital and continue to build Kitty Hawk's coast-to-coast expedited ground freight transportation network.
s STAR Network is a coast-to-coast electronic payments network and an expert in secure, real-time electronic transactions.
In late 2005, Kitty Hawk launched a coast-to-coast expedited ground network, including six regional hubs, serving major business centers, international freight gateways and surrounding communities throughout North America.
s STAR[R] Network is a coast-to-coast electronic payments network and an expert in secure, real-time electronic transactions.
Yes, thanks to ARCO Products Company, which today became the first retail marketer to accept and process a coast-to-coast on-line debit transaction under the Maestro(R) brand.
Airlines have not chosen to schedule coast-to-coast flights in Burbank because that service is already provided at LAX.
The accident also prevented him from taking part in a Coast-to-Coast run across England last year with TV presenter Ben Shepherd.
Tina Roper of KAL said: "We are delighted to support Mike and his friends with their coast-to-coast cycle as we are very aware of the lack of awareness Reachout receive.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- Coast-To-Coast Financial Corporation, the parent company of Superior Bank FSB, and FirstPlus Financial Group (NYSE: FP) today announced the formation of a Strategic Alliance and an agreement in principle under which Superior Bank will acquire, for $75 million, the consumer loan servicing operations of FirstPlus, with total loan servicing of approximately $6.
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