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Living on, taking place in, or involving two coasts, especially the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the US.‘a bicoastal businessman’‘a bicoastal custody settlement’
- ‘But while the business continued to churn out revenue, his management team was in the midst of a longstanding bicoastal tug-of-war.’
- ‘Despite the bicoastal success stories, fishermen and government regulators must be cautious in how and where pingers are deployed.’
- ‘A nasty bicoastal legal battle is erupting - but not in court.’
- ‘We got things cooking with the co-editor of a bicoastal online journal.’
- ‘Next year the Challenge will return to the Country Club in an effort to create a bicoastal presence.’
- ‘Both men have shared bicoastal conversations for years.’
- ‘The Governor agrees that he is putting together a bicoastal fund-raising operation, with big plans for New York.’
- ‘The new headquarters will provide the Group with a strong bicoastal understanding of luxury consumers.’
- ‘A handful of others get some distribution, but rarely outside the country's bicoastal liberal zones.’
- ‘You can't pass secret pieces of paper back and forth if you're in a bicoastal dispute.’
- ‘From the solid establishment of defensible emergent cities, people moved west and kept moving west until, by the middle of the 19th century, we were a bicoastal country.’
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