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Catoctin

Catoctin is a name of an Algonquian origin that refers to a number of geographical designations in the Mid-Atlantic United States. Catoctin Mountain Park, a park administered by the National Park Service in Maryland Catoctin Quaker Camp, a summer ...

Bethesda–Silver Spring Line

The Bethesda–Silver Spring Line, designated Route J1, J2, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Silver Spring station of the Red Line of the Washington Metro and Westfield Montgomery Transit C ...

Sukna, Darjeeling

Sukna is a village and a gram panchayat in the Kurseong CD block in the Kurseong subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the state of West Bengal, India.

Taxpayer-funded lobbying

Taxpayer-funded lobbying is the practice of using funds that come directly or indirectly from taxpayers for political lobbying purposes. Taxpayer-funded lobbying is one government lobbying another. Essentially taxpayer-funded lobbying is when tax ...

CHHS

Croton-Harmon High School, Croton-on-Hudson, New York Chancellor High School, Fredericksburg, Virginia Chartiers Houston High School, Houston, Pennsylvania City Honors High School, Inglewood, California Clover Hill High School, Midlothian, Virgin ...

Vineet M. Arora

Vineet M. Arora is an American medical research who is the Herbert T. Abelson Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Scholarship and Discovery at the University of Chicago School of Medicine. She is a Fellow of the National Academy of Medic ...

Hamilton railway station

Hamilton railway station or Hamilton station may refer to: In Australia: Hamilton railway station, New South Wales in Hamilton, New South Wales, Australia Hamilton railway station, Victoria in Hamilton, Victoria, Australia In Canada: Hamilton GO ...

Arlington station

Arlington Park station, a commuter rail station in Arlington Heights, Illinois West Arlington station, a former commuter rail station in New Jersey Arlington station NJ Transit, a former commuter rail station in New Jersey Arlington MLR station, ...

Seward

Seward Collins 1899–1952, publisher of The American Review, prominent pre–World War II proponent of fascism Seward Smith, American politician, associate justice of the Dakota Territory Supreme Court

Frank Summers (judge)

Frank Wynerth Summers was an Associate Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from December 12, 1960, to December 31, 1978, and Chief Justice from January 1, 1979, to February 29, 1980.

Bear Creek Dam

Bear Creek Dam may refer to: Bear Creek Dam Alabama, owned by the Tennessee Valley Authority Bear Creek Dam Colorado, owned by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District Bear Creek Dam, original name of the Francis E. Walter Dam in ...

Dry Creek

Australia Dry Creek, South Australia, a suburb of Adelaide United States Dry Creek, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Raleigh County Dry Creek, Louisiana, an unincorporated community in Beauregard Parish Dry Creek, Oklahoma, a census- ...

Metro Transit

Metro Transit may refer to: Metro Transit Omaha, serving the Omaha, Nebraska metropolitan area Metro Transit Oklahoma City, serving the Oklahoma City metropolitan area Metro Transit Kalamazoo, serving Kalamazoo, Michigan Metro Transit St. Louis, ...

Fort Sask Transit

Fort Sask Transit is a public transit service in the city of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. It operates three routes within the city, and also connects riders with the Edmonton Transit Service.

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization is the name of offices within federal and state agencies charged with promoting efforts to do business with small and minority owned businesses. The offices are designed to aid in contracting ...

USS YP-73

She was built in Bellingham, Washington by Bellingham Marine Ways for the benefit of Pacific American Fisheries, of Bellingham. She was launched in April 1937, completed later in 1937, configured as a cannery tender, and christened Corsair. In No ...

USCGC Edgar Culbertson

USCGC Edgar Culbertson is the United States Coast Guards 37th Sentinel-class cutter, and the second of three to be homeported in Galveston, Texas.

Tagiuk Provider

Tagiuk Provider, formerly Arctic Endeavor, is a 205 ft 1500-ton ice-class flat-topped deck cargo barge adapted to being a clam-shell crane scoop mining platform for placer gold mining in the Bering Sea off Nome, Alaska, United States. The barge, ...

White Draw Fire

White Draw Fire was a wildfire in South Dakota, United States, that started on Friday, June 29, 2012. The fire burned a total area of 14 square miles, mainly the U.S. Forest Service land. The fire did not harm any civilian population or livestock ...

Middletown, Pennsylvania

Middletown is the name of more than one location in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania: Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania of the Harrisburg metropolitan area, zip code 17057 Middletown Amtrak station Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylv ...

Beveridge Model

The Beveridge Model is a health care system in which the government provides health care for all its citizens through income tax payments. This model was first established by William Beveridge in United Kingdom in 1948. Under this system, most ho ...

William Moran

William Moran or Bill Moran may refer to: Billy Moran born 1933, American baseball player William L. Moran 1921–2000, American Assyriologist William F. Moran 1925–2006, knifemaker who founded the American Bladesmith Society William Thomas Alldis ...

Aquitania (disambiguation)

Aquitania may refer to: The Aquitania, a luxury, cooperative apartment in Chicago, Illinois British Rail Class 40 diesel locomotive D215, built by English Electric at Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire 387 Aquitania, a fairly large main belt asteroid ...

Pork (disambiguation)

Pork is a meat from pigs. Pork can also refer to: Pork, a theatre play by Andy Warhol Sexual intercourse slang Pork Peninsula, a cape in Nunavut, Canada HMS Pork, nickname for front half of HMS Porcupine G93 while she was in two parts in 1943 Por ...

Frink

Frink, California, an unincorporated community Mount Frink, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada Frink, Florida, an unincorporated community Frink Park, a park in Seattle, Washington

Mr. Jane and Finch

Mr. Jane and Finch is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Ngardy Conteh George and released in 2019. The film is a portrait of Winston LaRose, a longtime community activist in Torontos Jane and Finch neighbourhood whose campaign for a Toront ...

We Are Warriors

We Are Warriors is a song by Canadian singer Avril Lavigne released on April 24, 2020, for digital download by the BMG Rights Management. A re-recording of the final track - originally titled "Warrior" - from her sixth studio album Head Above Wat ...

Latrop (Schmallenberg)

Latrop is a locality in the municipality Schmallenberg in the High Sauerland District in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The village has 174 inhabitants and lies in the south of the municipality of Schmallenberg at a height of around 430 m. The ...

Imperial City

Imperial city was a medieval class of cities that were directly subject only to the Holy Roman Emperor. Imperial City may also refer to the following places:

Molenbeek (disambiguation)

Molenbeek literally means "Mill brook" in English and is a very common name for brooks in the Netherlands and Belgium, such as: Molenbeek-Ter Erpenbeek, a river in the Denderstreek, Belgium Molenbeek or Maalbeek, a brook flowing within the munici ...

Helle

Helle, Vest-Agder, a village in Flekkefjord Municipality, Vest-Agder county Helle, Sogn og Fjordane, a village in Naustdal Municipality, Sogn og Fjordane county Helle, More og Romsdal, a village in Haram Municipality, More og Romsdal county Helle ...

Kapelle (disambiguation)

Kapelle is the name of several locations in the Netherlands and Belgium: In Belgium: Westkapelle, a village in West Flanders Kapellen, Belgium, a town in the Belgian province of Antwerp is a homonym Kapelle-op-den-Bos, a town in Flemish Brabant I ...

Bra (disambiguation)

A bra is a womans undergarment designed to support the breasts. Bra may also refer to: Male bra or compression bra, a brassiere for men Bra Dragon Ball, a character in the Dragon Ball manga Front-end bra, a cover over the front part of a vehicle ...

Aetos

Aetos, Aetolia-Acarnania, a village in Medeon municipality, Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece Aetos, Euboea, a village in Karystos municipality, Euboea, Greece Aetos, Florina, a municipality in the Florina regional unit, Greece Aetos, Drama, a former vil ...

Neraida

Neraida may refer to several places in Greece: Neraida, Elis, in the former municipality of Foloi, Elis regional unit, Western Greece Neraida, Kozani, in the Kozani regional unit, Macedonia Neraida, Karditsa, in the former municipality of Itamos, ...

Sollentuna

Sollentuna may refer to: Sollentuna Municipality, a Swedish municipality Sollentuna Koping, a subdivision of the Sollentuna Hundred Sollentuna Hundred, a former Swedish geographic division Sollentuna Station, a station of the Stockholm commuter r ...

San Buenaventura

In Mexico: San Buenaventura, Coahuila San Buenaventura Municipality, Coahuila San Buenaventura, Chihuahua San Buenaventura, State of Mexico In Peru: San Buenaventura District, Canta San Buenaventura District, Marañon In the United States: The Cit ...

Nicholas of Tolentino (disambiguation)

Nicholas of Tolentino, San Nicolas de Tolentino or San Nicolas de Tolentino may refer to: Nicholas of Tolentino, a Christian saint from Italy Not to be confused with Niccolo da Tolentino, an Italian condottiero, or Saint Nicholas of Myra, venerat ...

Bonifacio

Strait of Bonifacio, separating Corsica from Sardinia Fort Bonifacio, an army camp in Metro Manila, Philippines Bonifacio, Corse-du-Sud, a town in Corsica, France Bonifacio Drive, a major road in Manila, Philippines Bonifacio, Misamis Occidental, ...

Janow

Janow may refer to: Janow, Krotoszyn County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Janow, Konin County in Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland Janow, Podlaskie Voivodeship north-east Poland Janow, Konskie County in Swietokrzy ...

Turow

Turow may refer to several places in Poland: Turow, Wroclaw County in Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Turow, Gmina Bogatynia a former village Lower Silesian Voivodeship south-west Poland Turow, Lodz Voivodeship central Poland Turow, ...

Laski

Laski or Laski may refer to the following Polish villages: In Greater Poland Voivodeship west-central Poland: Laski, Turek County Laski, Kepno County Laski, Jarocin County In Lodz Voivodeship central Poland: Laski, Pajeczno County Laski, Piotrkow ...

Jasien

Jasien may refer to: Jasien, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship north-central Poland Jasien, Gmina Chmielnik in Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Jasien, Staszow County in Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship south-central Poland Jasien, Lubusz ...

Brodnica (disambiguation)

Brodnica is a town in Poland. Brodnica may also refer to: Brodnica Gorna, a village in Kartuzy County, Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland Gmina Brodnica disambiguation, multiple administrative districts in Poland Brodnica Landscape Park, a protected ...

South Cape

South Cape may refer to: South Cape Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa South Cape, New Zealand, on the south coast of Stewart Island South Cape May, New Jersey, a borough that once existed in Cape May County, New Jersey, US South Cape, New ...

Berg, Belgium

Berg is a sub municipality of Kampenhout in the province Flemish Brabant. It is the second-largest borough in terms of both area and population. South of Berg is the nature reserve "Torfbroek."

Noire River

Riviere Noire Sud-Ouest Black River Southwest, a tributary of the Noire River flowing in Mont-Elie in Charlevoix-Est Regional County Municipality, in Quebec Noire River Ottawa River tributary, a river running into the Ottawa River at Waltham, Que ...

Landmarks of Caracas

The Paseo Los Proceres is a monument located near Fort Tiuna and the Military Academy of the Bolivarian Army. On the promenade there are statues of the heroes of the Independence of Venezuela, as well as symbolic sculptures.

Vladimirovo

Vladimirovo may refer to: Vladimirovo, Haskovo Province - a village in Topolovgrad municipality, Haskovo Province Vladimirovo, Montana Province - a village in Boychinovtsi municipality, Montana Province In Bulgaria Vladimirovo, Dobrich Province - ...

Lyaskovo

Lyaskovo may refer to: In Bulgaria written in Cyrillic as Лясково Lyaskovo, Plovdiv Province - a village in the Asenovgrad municipality, Plovdiv Province Lyaskovo, Smolyan Province - a village in the Devin municipality, Smolyan Province Lyaskovo, ...