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Southern Shores, NC -- U.S. town in North Carolina
Population (2000): 2201
Housing Units (2000): 1921
Land area (2000): 4.072814 sq. miles (10.548540 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.075880 sq. miles (0.196527 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 4.148694 sq. miles (10.745067 sq. km)
FIPS code: 63130
Located within: North Carolina (NC), FIPS 37
Location: 36.124454 N, 75.732612 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 27949
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Usage examples of "southern shores".

Louis, and had brought with him as guides five French trappers, who had passed many years of their lives rambling from the Rocky Mountains to the southern shores of Lower California.

By these means, as I believe, the southern shores of America, Australia, New Zealand have become slightly tinted by the same peculiar forms of vegetable life.

Not until Arthur returned from the Southern Shores, and perhaps not for a week or ten days after that, when she did not return at the appointed time, would he begin to suspect that all was not well.

Even in Dalriada, we have heard the tales of Saxons marauding the eastern and southern shores of our neighbors, the Britons, even harrying our enemies the Picts, to the east of our borders, driving bands of the painted barbarians westward into our farms and forests.

On the eighth day, the captain made out Myganness, the westernmost of the isles, and from that moment headed direct for Portland, a cape on the southern shores of the singular island for which we were bound.

This snake was evidently meant to represent one of those grim monsters of the marsh which in past ages had haunted the reedy edges of Vilayet's southern shores.

This was a large predatory cat which lived along the southern shores of the lake amongst the reed beds that grew there.

The ancient Greeks could not help but notice that the inhabitants of the southern shores of the Mediterranean were somewhat darker in complexion than they themselves were.

The spring winds were constant from the northwest for eight days, and the fleet positioned itself in the Kuroshio, the Black River, that great ocean current which runs like a river a hundred li wide, up the long southern shores of the Nipponese islands.

In the far distance the northern and the southern shores of the loch came close together and vanished in a towering vertical cleft in the sinister brooding mountains.