the compass point that is one point south of due east
Syn: ↑east by south
Hypernyms: ↑compass point, ↑point

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E b S (no periods) or E by S (no periods),
east by south.
EBS (no periods),
Emergency Broadcast System (the civil-defense broadcasting system that replaced Conelrad in 1964 and was itself replaced by the Emergency Alert System in 1996).

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abbr. east by south

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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