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Ese

An ancient Sumerian unit of length approximately equivalent to 60 meters.
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DAWN: Find Jupiter 2[degrees] below the blaze of Venus, barely above the east-southeast horizon about 45 minutes before sunrise.
Try scanning for Mercury and Saturn very low in the east-southeast as dawn brightens that morning, using binoculars or a wide-field telescope.
As of 9:45 p.m., the typhoon was located at around 300 km east-southeast of Naha, the agency said.
TOKYO - The seabed near the focus of a devastating earthquake that struck northeastern Japan last month has moved about 24 meters east-southeast and risen about 3 meters, a Japan Coast Guard survey showed Wednesday.
The pumps in this contract will be delivered to the El Ain El Sokhna Supercritical Thermal Power Plant located in the Ain Sokhna district on the Gulf of Suez, approximately 120 km east-southeast of Cairo.
On Saturday evening, with the storm located about 100 miles (160 kilometers) east-southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River, the U.S.
Ahead of the cold front, the atmosphere was very unstable with favorable vertical wind shear, due in part to a warm front that stretched east-southeast from the area of low pressure.
The AVA is located about 75 miles east-southeast of San Francisco and 18 miles southwest of Modesto in a rural area of central, interior California.
The typhoon is likely to reach an area within a radius of about 190 km from a point about 490 km east-southeast of the islet of Minami-daitojima in Okinawa Prefecture, the agency said.
At mid-morning, Mitch's centre was 85 miles east-southeast of Honduras' Swan Islands and was moving west at 8mph.
This connecting seam, which runs roughly east-southeast beneath southern Georgia, probably first formed 300 million years ago when the drifting African and North American continents collided to form the supercontinent Pangea, says Douglas Nelson, an associate researcher for the Consortium for Continental Reflection Profiling (COCORP) at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.
The storm was about 30 miles east-southeast of Barbados as of 8 p.m.