It did all this while heavily subsidizing its eastern half, which still lags economically after decades of Communist rule.
They have been trafficked into sexual slavery, often from Asia, Africa, and eastern Europe.
Oregon lacks in history and architectural aesthetics, something the eastern part of the country is rife with.
By helping show Gorbachev that he could safely release eastern Europe, Reagan helped end the Cold War.
The Daily Pic (Venice Biennale Edition): Rudolf Stingel points Venice back toward its eastern roots.
The Chapter-House opens upon the eastern alley of the cloister.
In the eastern empire concubinage was abolished at the end of the ninth century.
Here at Exmes the work in the eastern part was never finished.
He changed his gait and hurried to the eastern side of Valhalla.
Relatively similar statistics can be cited for other eastern colleges.
Old English easterne "of the east, from the east; oriental; of the Eastern Orthodox Church; of the eastern part of the globe," from east + -erne, suffix denoting direction. Cf. Old Saxon ostroni, Old High German ostroni, Old Norse austroenn. Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia so called from 1620s.