Eastlake


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Eastlake,

city (1990 pop. 21,161), Lake co., NE Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, on the Chagrin River and Lake Erie; inc. 1949. It has diversified light manufacturing industries.
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He saw no reason to suppose that she would want anything different in her own house; and his only comfort was to reflect that she would probably let him arrange his library as he pleased--which would be, of course, with "sincere" Eastlake furniture, and the plain new bookcases without glass doors.
6 million financing of Haven 124 at Eastlake Station (formerly known as Griffis North Metro Apartments), a 562-unit multi-housing community in the Denver suburb of Northglenn, Colorado.
The family lived together at their apartment in Eastlake, 20 miles east of Cleveland.
EASTLAKE (22-1) provided the perfect boost for the Crabbie's Grand National for Jonjo O'Neill and Barry Geraghty after a fine victory in the Crabbie's Topham Chase at Aintree on Ladies Day.
EASTLAKE has a cracking chance in the finale and he has the perfect man on board in the shape of Paul Carberry.
School Employees Credit Union of Washington said it will move its headquarters from Eastlake Avenue East in Seattle to recently purchased property on Southcenter Boulevard in Seattle.
Author Lady Eastlake (Emma Thompson) encourages Effie to seek an annulment.
This Chula Vista home just sold by Hugo and Andreana Sanchez is located in Eastlake, which is a gated community next to Eastlake Greens Golf Course.
Flockton resident Stephen Eastlake asked a parking warden if he could use his blue badge on double yellow lines at Princess Street, adjacent to Wilkinsons.
This paper examines an influential but now neglected Victorian critic: Lady Elizabeth (Rigby) Eastlake (1809-1893).
Upon arrival, an officer reported that 50-year-old Kenneth Kulas of Eastlake, had propped himself against a shelf, while trying to have a discussion with a bottle of vodka and a customer, who was standing in line waiting to check out.
SOCIAL club steward Alan Eastlake siphoned off thousands of pounds for himself in a gross betrayal of trust.