East Cape

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East Cape:

see Cape DezhnevCape Dezhnev
or East Cape,
northeasternmost point of Asia, Russian Far East, on Chukchi Peninsula and on the Bering Strait. It is named after Semyon Dezhnev, the Russian navigator who explored it in 1648.
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, Russia.
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East Cape

1. the easternmost point of New Guinea, on Milne Bay
2. the easternmost point of New Zealand, on North Island
3. the former name for Cape Dezhnev
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It is a testament to the beauty of the East Cape that Aman has selected Costa Palmas to be their first destination in Mexico.
As a result of intensive fieldwork along the Baja California Peninsula during a project to document the floristic composition of the beaches of Mexico (Espejel Carbajal et al., 2015), the eastern shore of the southern Baja California Sur, known as the East Cape Region, was visited by the authors in different locations for plant collecting and vegetation sampling, resulting in the discovery of some interesting plants (Leon de la Luz and Levin, 2012; Leon de la Luz and Medel Narvaez, 2013).
This is where the East Cape comes in handy [ETH] a region just north of San Jose del Cabo.
This is where the East Cape comes in handy a a region just north of San Jose del Cabo.
Specifically this stretches from the Pouawa Stream, just north of Gisborne, all the way up to East Cape and around it for some distance to Potikirua, west of Lottin Point.
The Eastern Blotched Leopard, a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family, is found in afromontane and riverine forest from the East Cape and along the escarpment to the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, Swaziland, Mpumalanga and the Wolkberg in the Limpopo Province, north to Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Wells (history, Rhodes U., South Africa) discovered a minority view among some residents of East Cape, and now that the colonial histories are being discarded along with the colonists, he is increasingly being portrayed as a heroic prototype of the modern freedom fighter.
The beast was shot with a tranquiliser dart before being airlifted across rough terrain to trucks waiting to whisk it off to a new secret home in East Cape, South Africa, as part of WWF's Black Rhino Range Expansion Project.
We just arrived home from a bowhunting trip to the East Cape of South Africa and found our July issue waiting for us and were surprised to see an article about hunting Africa.
Expect to hear more of this family in the near future as not only is this strain also responsible for Experience but also Vengence, who became the sixth Group winner by Black Sam Bellamy when successful in last month's Group 3 East Cape Derby in South Africa.
CLAIMS that a private company plans to carry out open-cast land mining on the East Cape have sparked concern among Gisborne environmentalists.
The Glebe is already linked with a school on the East Cape of Africa, which provided the catalyst for a fundraising activity last year.

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