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Following Ukrainian successes early on in the war, Russia has turned its attention towards Ukraine’s easternmost Donbas border region—and the more recent phase of the war has been going more in Moscow’s favor.Where Russia's War in Ukraine Stands—And What Could Happen Next|Eloise Barry|July 15, 2022|Time
The easternmost section of Texas is adjacent to the western borders of Arkansas and Louisiana, whose own eastern borders abut Mississippi.The Legacy of “Juan Crow” Lynching in Texas|Milton Coleman|January 24, 2022|TruthBeTold.news
In 2010, Kate Leeming made history by becoming the first person to cycle from Africa’s westernmost point to its easternmost one.Kate Leeming Travels Namibia’s Skeleton Coast by Bike|Outside Editors|April 7, 2021|Outside Online
CORONA AM WECHSEL, Austria — In this village at the foot of the easternmost reaches of the Alps, a ski town for four decades, the climate catastrophe became evident in December 2015.This Austrian ski resort is preparing for a snowless future|Denise Hruby|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
Between the easternmost islet and the land, there is a strait of a league in width.
Kilidge Arslan must have called round him all his easternmost hordes, and intends battle.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
The harbour lies south-south-east by compass from the north-east part of the easternmost of the New Year's Islands.A Voyage to the South Sea|William Bligh
Thus the eight easternmost canopies on either side are modern.
Except in the two easternmost windows on the north side, the glass is very poor.