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  • William Cowper
    William Cowper
    English poet 1731-1800
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    Forced from home, and all its pleasures, afric coast I left forlorn; to increase a stranger's treasures, o the raging billows borne. Men from England bought and sold me, paid my price in paltry gold; but, though theirs they have enroll'd me, minds are never to be sold.
  • Antony Hewish
    Antony Hewish
    British radio astronomer 1924-
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    I grew up in Newquay, on the Atlantic coast and there developed a love of the sea and boats.
  • Viktor E. Frankl
    Viktor E. Frankl
    Austrian psychiatrist 1905-
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    I recommend that the Statue of Liberty be supplemented by a Statue of Responsibility on the west coast.
  • Brody Jenner
    Brody Jenner
    American television personality, disc jockey and model 1983-
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    If I'm in Malibu driving up and down Pacific Coast Highway, my '68 Dodge Charger usually is what I like to drive.
  • Bernie Sanders
    Bernie Sanders
    American politician 1941-
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    In any democratic, civilized - even non-democratic nations, if you are a nation, it means to say that in our case, if there's a hurricane in Louisiana, the people of Vermont are there for them. If there's a tornado in the Midwest, we are there for them. If there's flooding in the East Coast, the people in California are there for us.
  • Bobby Jindal
    Bobby Jindal
    American politician 1971-
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    Louisiana loses 30 miles a year off our coast. We lost 100 miles last year off our coast thanks to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. We have lost a size of land equivalent to the entire state of Rhode Island.
  • Booth Tarkington
    Booth Tarkington
    American novelist and dramatist 1869-1946
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    Out of the north Atlantic a January storm came down in the night, sweeping the American coast with wind and snow and sleet upon a great oblique front from Nova Scotia to the Delaware capes.
  • Ronald Reagan
    Ronald Reagan
    American politician and actor 1911-2004
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    Politics is just like show business. You have a hell of an opening, coast for a while, and then have a hell of a close.
  • Edmund Burke
    Edmund Burke
    English politician and philosopher 1729-1797
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    Spain: A whale stranded upon the coast of Europe.
  • Barry McCaffrey
    Barry McCaffrey
    American Army officer, professor and business consultant 1942-
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    Thank God we're going to try to continue and effectively defend our frontiers with the Border Patrol, with the Customs Department, with the Coast Guard, with the Armed Forces.
  • Charles Kuralt
    Charles Kuralt
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    Thanks to the interstate highway system, it is now possible to travel across the country from coast to coast without seeing anything.
  • Brad Falchuk
    Brad Falchuk
    American television writer, director, and producer 1971-
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    The East Coast, and certainly Boston, has a provincial quality to it that makes it harder to bust out and move up. Try to be too different and they'll pull you down.
  • Booth Tarkington
    Booth Tarkington
    American novelist and dramatist 1869-1946
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    The middle-aged stranger whom I met by chance upon the lower rocks at Mary's Neck, that salt-washed promontory of the New England coast, was at first taciturn but became voluble when a little conversation developed the fact that we were both from the Midland country.
  • Bob Beauprez
    Bob Beauprez
    American politician and member 1948-
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    The new discovery of a 3.3 billion barrel oil deposit off Norway's coast cements that nation's claim to being Europe's second largest oil producer.
  • Bernard Bailyn
    Bernard Bailyn
    American historian, author, and academic 1922-2020
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    Up and down the the still sparsely settled coast of British North America, groups of men-intellectuals and farmers, scholars and merchants, the learned and the ignorant-gathered for the purpose of constructing enlightened governments.
    Source: The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution Ch. VI, THE CONTAGION OF LIBERTY, p. 231
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