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N45

N45 Long Island bus, a public transportation route in Nassau County, United States BMW N45, a 2004 compact straight-4 automobile piston engine Nebraska Highway 45, a state highway in the U.S. state of Nebraska

S48

S48, S-48 or S.48 may refer to: Scheme48, a Scheme interpreter S48 New York City bus serving Staten Island SABCA S-48, a Belgian aircraft USS S-48 SS-159, a 1921 United States Navy submarine which saw service during World War II Focke-Wulf S 48, ...

Alexey Skulachenko

Alexey Yerofeyevich Skulachenko was a Red Army kombrig executed during the Great Purge. Skulachenko served with armored car units of the Imperial Russian Army during World War I and commanded them during the Russian Civil War. He served in staff ...

30th Brigade

30th Brigade or 30th Infantry Brigade may refer to: 30th Mechanized Brigade Ukraine, a unit of the Ukrainian Ground Forces 30th Indian Brigade of the British Indian Army in the First World War 30th Indian Infantry Brigade of the British Indian Ar ...

Newington station

Newington station may refer to: Transportation: Newington Junction station, a CTfastrak bus station and former rail depot in Newington, Connecticut, United States Newington railway station Scotland, a former station on the Edinburgh Suburban and ...

Archita, Mureș

Archita is a village in Romania. Specifically, it lies within the commune of Vanatori in Mureș County, Transylvania. It is located between the villages of Saschiz and Beia.

Manor Farm

Manor Farm is the name traditionally given to the farm of a manor house in England. Its produce was used to supply the manor. Due to its ancient origins, there are many uses of the name Manor Farm: Manor Farm, West Challow Manor Farm, Diss, a pro ...

Talisman (ship)

Numerous vessels have borne the name Talisman, including: Two steamboats Talisman associated with Abraham Lincoln and his home at New Salem, Illinois which were built in 1832 and 1961 HMS Louis 1913, a destroyer originally named HMS Talisman but ...

Worldcruiser 44

The design was built by the Worldcruiser Yacht Company in the United States. The company commenced production in 1980 and completed three boats, but it is now out of production.

W4XA

W4XA was an "experimental audio broadcasting station" operated by The National Life and Accident Insurance Company in Nashville, Tennessee from 1939 to 1940. It was part of a group of stations informally referred to as "Apex" stations, because it ...

Kenneth Wellesley

Kenneth Wellesley is a British historian specializing in history of the Roman Empire. He is particularly well known for his research into the lives of Tigellinus, Titus Vinius, Galba and the History of County Wexford.

Alexander Kolenkovsky

Alexander Konstantinovich Kolenkovsky was a Russian and Soviet military leader, Soviet military historian, lieutenant general, professor, doctor of military sciences.

Sinead Boucher

Sinead Marie Boucher is a New Zealand journalist and chief executive of Stuff Ltd. On 31 May 2020 she will become the owner of Stuff Ltd.

Lewis House

Lewis House may refer to: In Australia Lewis House, Cottesloe, a State Register of Heritage Place in Cottesloe, Western Australia In England C. S. Lewis House, in Oxford, known as The Kilns In the United States ordered by state and then city A.J. ...

William Chandler

William Chandler may refer to: William Henry Chandler disambiguation Bill Chandler ice hockey 1930–1991, Canadian ice hockey player William Chandler racing driver 1890–1924, American racecar driver Billy Chandler born 1937, Louisiana politician W ...

Almoravid dinar

The Almoravid dinar was a gold dinar coin minted under the Almoravid dynasty in the Maghreb and Iberia. The mints that produced them were supplied by the West African gold mines south of the Sahara dessert. The Almoravid dinars circulated widely ...

High Sunderland

High Sunderland is a Modernist house built in woodland in the grounds of the 19th-century Sunderland Hall, between Selkirk and Galashiels in the Scottish Borders. It was designed in 1957 by Peter Womersley for the textile artist Bernat Klein and ...

Fort Scott

Fort Scott may refer to any of five places for which General Winfield Scott, former General-in-Chief of the U.S. Army, was namesake: Fort Scott, Kansas, a city that grew up around a military fort of the same name Fort Scott National Historic Site ...

Boat Libraries

The Boat Libraries were operated under the auspices of the Andhra Pradesh Library Association, Vijayawada. They are mobile libraries or bookmobiles as per the functionality, but boats were used as a conveyance for transporting books to the boat t ...

Saint-Louis River (Beauharnois)

The Saint-Louis river is a tributary of the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River. This river flows through the municipalities of Sainte-Barbe, Saint-Stanislas-de-Kostka, Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, Saint-Etienne-de-Beauharnois and Beauharnois, in ...

Pips Island

Pips Island is a childrens media company based in New York that produces real-life immersive experiences for young audiences. The company was founded in 2013 by siblings Rania and Rami Ajami, and Walter Krudop. After its limited pop-up engagement ...

Geddes Dam

The Geddes Dam is a decommissioned hydroelectric barrage dam crossing the Huron River. It is located in Ann Arbor Township in Washtenaw County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It was built by the Detroit Edison Company in 1919 for hydroelectricity ...

Clearwater Lake

Canada Clearwater Lake Manitoba Clearwater Lakes, the English name of the Lac à lEau Claire, a pair of impact craters in northern Quebec Clearwater Lake British Columbia United States Clearwater Lake Recreation Area and campsite Clearwater Lake F ...

Lake McDonald (disambiguation)

McDonald Lake Saskatchewan, a lake in Saskatchewan, Canada, created when the Rafferty Dam was built in 1994 McDonald Lake Nova Scotia, a lake in Richmond County, Nova Scotia, Canada Lake McDonald, a lake in Glacier National Park, Montana, United ...

Crystal Springs

Crystal Springs, Ohio Crystal Springs, Mississippi Crystal Springs, Florida Crystal Springs, Alberta Crystal Springs Dam Crystal Springs, Saskatchewan Crystal Springs, Arkansas Crystal Springs Reservoir, located in San Mateo County, had a former ...

Willow Island

One of several small man-made islands in Wascana Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada An island in Lake Worth in Texas, U.S. Willow Island Illinois, one of the islands in Kankakee River State Park, Illinois, U.S. An island in Brandon Marsh, Warwi ...

Allerbach

Allerbach is the name of several rivers and streams in Germany: Allerbach, alternative name for the Todbach, tributary of the Blies in St. Wendel, county of St. Wendel, Saarland Allerbach Violenbach, tributary of the Violenbach, near Gerden, coun ...

Steina (disambiguation)

Steina is a municipality in Saxony, Germany. Steina may also refer to: Steina Schwalm, a river of Hesse, Germany, tributary of the Schwalm Steina Bad Sachsa, a district of Bad Sachsa, Lower Saxony, Germany Steina Vasulka, Icelandic artist Steina ...

Tokuyama

Tokuyama Domain, a Japanese domain of the Edo period Tokuyama Dam, a dam in Gifu Prefecture, Japan Suruga-Tokuyama Station, a train station Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan Tokuyama Station, a train station in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan Tokuyama, Yama ...

Keyakidaira Station

Keyakidaira Station is a railway station operated by Kurobe Gorge Railway in Kurobe, Toyama Prefecture, Japan. Though the tracks continue southward to Kurobe Dam, access past Keyakidaira Station is limited to employees of the Kansai Electric Powe ...

Atakoy

Atakoy is a Turkish place name that may refer to: Atakoy Athletics Arena, an indoor sporting arena in the neighborhood Atakoy, Bakırkoy, a quarter in Bakırkoy disriect of Istanbul Province, Turkey Galleria Atakoy, a mall in the neighborhood Atako ...

Karacaoren

Karacaoren, Karacasu, a village in the district of Karacasu, Aydın Province Karacaoren, Gudul, a village in the district of Gudul, Ankara Province Karacaoren, Gumushacıkoy, a village in the district of Gumushacıkoy, Amasya Province Karacaoren, Ça ...

Bademli

Bademli is a Turkish word, meaning "with almonds" or "place of almonds," and may refer to several places in Turkey: Bademli, Dikili, a village in the district of Dekili, Izmir Province Bademli, Akseki, a village in the district of Akseki, Antalya ...

Ulukoy

Ulukoy may refer to the following places in Turkey: Ulukoy, Dinar, a village in the district of Dinar, Afyonkarahisar Province Ulukoy, a town in the Samsun Province, Turkey Ulukoy, Bartın, a village in the district of Bartın, Bartın Province Uluk ...

Karacalar

Karacalar may refer to the following places in Turkey: Karacalar, Golpazarı, a village in the district of Golpazarı, Bilecik Province Karacalar, Manavgat, a village in the district of Manavgat, Antalya Province Karacalar Dam, a dam in Turkey Kara ...

Tepekoy

Tepekoy is a popular Turkish place name and may refer to: Tepekoy, Bala, a village in Bala district of Ankara Province, Turkey Tepekoy, Damal, a village in Damal district of Ardahan Province, Turkey Tepekoy, Nallıhan, a village in Nallıhan distri ...

Adatepe

Ulku Adatepe, the youngest adopted daughter of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of Turkey Ertan Adatepe, a top scorer in Turkish football in the mid-1960s

Lostock

Lostock, Bolton, a residential district of Bolton in Greater Manchester, England Lostock Hall Gatehouse Lostock railway station Lostock Dam, a high, earth and rock filled embankment dam on the Paterson River, north-west of Newcastle, New South Wa ...

Cluny (disambiguation)

Cluny is a commune in the Saone-et-Loire department in the region of Bourgogne in eastern France. Cluny may also refer to: Abbey of Cluny, a Benedictine monastery in Cluny, department of Saone-et-Loire, France Cluny Castle, in the parish of Cluny ...

Coquitlam (disambiguation)

Coquitlam-Moody, a former provincial electoral district in British Columbia, Canada Coquitlam electoral district, a former provincial electoral district in British Columbia, Canada Coquitlam 1, properly known as Coquitlam Indian Reserve No. 1, an ...

Dry falls

Dry falls is a waterfall that is no longer supplied with water; a cliff-face that used to be a waterfall. Dry Falls may refer to: Dry Falls, Channeled Scablands, Grant County, Washington, United States Sun Lakes-Dry Falls State Park, Channeled Sc ...

Eau Claire

Eau Claire is the name of a number of locations and features in North America. The name is pronounced as if it were spelled "OClare".

Valin River (Saguenay River tributary)

The Valin River is a tributary of the Saguenay River, flowing successively in the unorganized territory of Valin Mountains, in Saint-David-de-Falardeau and Saint-Fulgence, in the Le Fjord-du-Saguenay Regional County Municipality, in the administr ...

Liyuan

Liyuan Station 梨园站, a station on Beijing Subway Liyuan, Sangzhi, town in Zhiangjiajie, Hunan Liyuan Dam, a dam on the Jinsha River in Yunnan Liyuan garden, a garden in Wuxi, China Liyuan, Beijing 梨园地区, area of Tongzhou District, Beijing Li ...

Qiong Lake

Qiong Lake, sometimes tautologically referred to as Qionghai Lake, is a freshwater lake in Liangshan Prefecture, Sichuan, and is the second largest lake in Sichuan. The lake is located in a depression on the east side of the Anning River valley, ...

Spring Creek

Spring Creek, Queensland Darling Downs, a locality split between Toowoomba Region and Southern Downs Region in southeastern Queensland Spring Creek, Queensland Lockyer Valley Region Spring Creek, Queensland Banana Shire

Bharte khunta

Bharte khunta is a mountain of the Garhwal Himalaya in Uttarakhand India.The elevation of Bharte khunta is 6.578 metres and its prominence is 280 metres. It is 69th highest located entirely within the Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi, is the highest mounta ...

Kinzua

Kinzua, Pennsylvania, in Warren County Kinzua, Oregon, a ghost town in Wheeler County Kinzua Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania Kinzua Beach, Pennsylvania, in Warren County Kinzua Heights, Pennsylvania, in Warren County

North Fork Dam

North Fork Dam may refer to: North Fork Dam Somerset County, Pennsylvania which impounds the North Fork Bens Creek North Fork Dam Potter County, Pennsylvania which impounds the White Branch Cowanesque River North Fork Dam Benton County, Oregon wh ...

Currant Creek

East Fork Currant Creek, a stream in south-central Sweetwater County, Wyoming and a tributary of Currant Creek Currant Creek, a stream in the northwestern corner of Carbon County, Wyoming and a tributary of Muddy Creek West Fork Currant Creek, a ...