I was at the East-West Center in Hawaii a few years ago for a faith-media seminar.
The most favoured union was the north-south axis; it struggled against an East-West league.
We discussed titles for awhile, and finally agreed on East-West.
Mono is about nine miles long (East-West) and five and one half miles wide (north-south).
"This will go in the first issue of East-West," I said gratefully.
This large island is nearly 80 miles long (East-West) and 25 miles wide (north-south).
East-West for July, 1942, carried an article on Sadasiva's life.
The road ended abruptly just north of the drift, where the East-West grade sprang up.
It is the East-West grades that are most apt to give trouble.
And you will notice at the top here, running in what would be an East-West direction, is Elm Street.