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Watertown Historic District

Watertown Historic District or Watertown Commercial Historic District may refer to: in the United States by state Watertown Historic District Watertown, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Ohio Watertown Commercial Historic District Watertown, Tennessee, ...

Rail Splitter

Rail splitter may refer to: Rail Splitter Wind Farm, a 100-MW generating complex located in Illinois and named in honor of President Lincoln A person who splits logs for building fences Lincoln Memorial Railsplitters, the athletic program of Linc ...

ViaGen Pets

ViaGen Pets, based in Cedar Park, Texas, is a division of TransOva Genetics, that offers animal cloning services to pet owners. ViaGen Pets division was launched in 2016. ViaGen Pets offers cloning as well as DNA preservation services, sometimes ...

King High School

King High School may refer to: King College Prep High School in Chicago, Illinois Admiral King High School, Lorain, Ohio King William High School, King William, Virginia King High School Kingsville, Texas, Kingsville, Texas King City High School ...

Gainesville

Gainesville is the name of several places in the United States of America: Gainesville, Florida, the largest municipality with this name Gainesville village, New York, a village within the town of Gainesville Gainesville town, New York Gainesvill ...

Needmore

Needmore can refer to: Needmore, Ballard County, Kentucky Needmore, Echols County, Georgia Needmore, Brantley County, Georgia Needmore, Owen County, Kentucky Needmore, Missouri Needmore, Terry County, Texas Needmore, Lawrence County, Indiana Need ...

194 (disambiguation)

194 A.D. is a year. 194 may also refer to: Oregon Route 194 194th 2/1st South Scottish Brigade Interstate 194 disambiguation 194 number Interstate 194 Michigan Colorado State Highway 194 North Carolina Highway 194 194th Engineer Brigade Georgia S ...

FMHS

FMHS may refer to: Frank McCourt High School, a public high school in the Upper West Side, New York City, NY, USA Fruita Monument High School, a public high school in Fruita, Colorado, USA Fort Myers Senior High School, a public high school in Fo ...

Finch House

Finch House may refer to: Finch House Spokane, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Spokane County, Washington John A. Finch Caretakers House, Hayden Lake, Idaho, listed on the NRHP in Kootenai County, Idaho Burrus-Finch House, McKinney, Texas, list ...

Medical Center station

Medical Center station may refer to: Medical/Market Center station, a commuter rail station in Dallas, Texas Baylor University Medical Center station, a light rail station in Dallas, Texas VA Medical Center station, a former light rail stop on th ...

Longfellow School

Longfellow School may refer to: in the United States by state and then city Longfellow School Swissvale, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Longfellow School Raton, New Mexico, listed on the NRHP in Colfax County, New Mexico Longfellow School Boise, Idaho ...

Tyler Branch

The Tyler Branch is a tributary of the Missisquoi River, flowing successively in Bakersfield, Enosburg and in Sheldon, in Franklin County, in northern Vermont, in the United States. The valley of the Tyler Branch is served by Tyler Branch Road pa ...

Burgess Branch

The Burgess Branch is a tributary of the Missisquoi River, crossing the municipalities of Eden and Lowell, Vermont ; the intermediairy part, by Lamphere Road mainly on south-east side; the upper part is served mainly by Mines Road. The surface of ...

Killington

There are several places called Killington: Killington Lake services, a service area on the M6 motorway in England Killington, Cumbria, a village and civil parish in Cumbria, England Killington Beck, the location of Killington Lake or Killington ...

William Harris House

William Harris House may refer to: in the United States by state Senator William A. Harris House, Linwood, Kansas, listed on the NRHP in Leavenworth County, Kansas William Harris House Brattleboro, Vermont, listed on the NRHP in Windham County, V ...

SeaTac (disambiguation)

SeaTac may refer to: Seatack, Virginia, a historic community and neighborhood of Virginia Beach, Virginia Seattle–Tacoma International Airport Federal Detention Center, SeaTac FDC SeaTac Seattle metropolitan area, which includes Tacoma SeaTac/Air ...

Kingsgate

Kingsgate, Winchester, Hampshire, England Kingsgate, Dunfermline, an indoor shopping centre located in the town centre of Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland Kingsgate, British Columbia Kingsgate, East Kilbride, Scotland Kingsgate, Huddersfield, an indoo ...

Nooksack

Nooksack or Nootsack may refer to: Nooksack people, an American Indian tribe in Whatcom County, Washington Nooksack language, the language of this tribe

Adyte hyalina

Adyte hyalina is a species of marine annelids in the family Polynoidae scale worms; it is the single recognised species in the genus Adyte and occurs in the North-east Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, at depths down to nearly 300 metres

FHHS

FHHS may refer to: Francis Howell High School, Weldon Spring, Missouri, United States Friday Harbor High School, Friday Harbor, Washington, United States Forest Hills High School Pennsylvania, Sidman, Pennsylvania, United States Forest Hills High ...

D road

D road may refer to: D roads in Slovakia are motorways dialnica D roads in the Czech Republic are motorways dalnice D roads in Malaysia are roads in Kelantan D roads in the United Kingdom may be A500 road, a major primary A road in Staffordshire ...

Spring Mills

Spring Mills may refer to: Spring Mills, New Jersey, an unincorporated community in Hunterdon County, New Jersey Spring Mills Historic District, a national historic district located near Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia Spring Mills, P ...

Devil ray

Devil ray may refer to: Lesser devil ray, Mobula hypostoma Shortfin devil ray, Mobula kuhlii Munks devil ray, Mobula munkiana Pygmy devil ray, Mobula eregoodootenkee Lesser Guinean devil ray, Mobula rochebrunei Chilean devil ray, Mobula tarapacan ...

White Sulphur Springs

White Sulphur Springs may refer to: White Sulphur Springs Amtrak station White Sulphur Springs, Montana White Sulphur Springs, Meriwether County, Georgia, an unincorporated community White Sulphur Hot Springs, Alaska White Sulphur Springs, North ...

Fayetteville High School

Fayetteville High School may refer to: Fayetteville Street Christian School, Asheboro, North Carolina Fayetteville-Manlius High School, Manlius, New York Fayetteville High School Tennessee, Fayetteville, Tennessee Fayetteville High School Alabama ...

DLL

DLL may refer to: Baraboo–Wisconsin Dells Airport FAA ID, an airport near Baraboo, Wisconsin, U.S. Distal-less Dll gene that controls development of limbs or other appendages in many animals Doubly linked list, a data structure in computer progra ...

Beaver Dam pepper

The Beaver Dam pepper is a Capsicum annuum cultivar derived from seeds brought to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin by Hungarian immigrant Joe Hussli in 1912. It is listed in the Slow Food Foundations "Ark of Taste", and is the subject of an annual festival ...

Swan House

Swan House may refer to: Edward H. Swan House, Oyster Bay, NY, listed on the NRHP in New York Swan House and Vita Spring Pavilion, Beaver Dam, WI, listed on the NRHP in Wisconsin Asie Swan House, Methuen, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts S ...

Beloit

Beloit, Georgia Beloit, Alabama Beloit town, Wisconsin, adjacent to the city of Beloit Beloit, Iowa Beloit Township, Kansas Beloit, Ohio Beloit, Wisconsin Beloit, Kansas South Beloit, Illinois

Five Mile Creek (disambiguation)

Five Mile Creek is an Australian television series. Five Mile Creek or Fivemile Creek may also refer to: Fivemile Creek East Branch Oil Creek tributary, a stream in Crawford County, Pennsylvania Fivemile Creek Altamaha River tributary, a stream i ...

ALX

ALX may refer to: ActiveX Layout file Alex Gardner singer, a Scottish singer who performs under the stage name A-L-X Alexandria railway station, Scotland National Rail code Embraer EMB 314 Super Tucano, light attack aircraft File name extension " ...

Westerly

Westerly may refer to: Westerly Australian literary magazine, a literary magazine from the University of Western Australia Westerly, Rhode Island, a town in the United States A prevailing wind occurring at Perth, Western Australia, also known as ...

PVD

PVD may refer to: Posterior vitreous detachment, a condition of the eye in which the vitreous membrane separates from the retina IATA code for T. F. Green Airport, Warwick, Rhode Island Personal Video Disc, a special format of discs created by Ha ...

Andy DAgorne

Andy DAgorne is a Green politician, who has represented Fishergate Ward for the Green Party of England and Wales since being elected as one of the first Green councillors for York, England in 2003. After the 2019 City of York Council election, th ...

2020 Green Party of England and Wales leadership election

The leadership election for the Green Party of England and Wales will take place in summer 2020. It is held routinely every two years. The 2020 election is the seventh since the party decided to have a leader and a deputy leader.

1944 Iowa Senate election

The 1944 Iowa State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial 1944 United States elections. Iowa voters elected state senators in 30 of the state senates 50 districts. State senators serve four-year terms in the Iowa State Senate. The I ...

Johannes Handschumacher

Johannes Handschumacher was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Richard Oetzel

Richard Oetzel was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Franz Josef Bach

Franz Josef Bach was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union and former member of the German Bundestag.

Pablo Da Silveira

Pablo da Silveira Garcia is a Uruguayan writer, lecturer, philosopher and politician of the National Party, serving as Minister of Education and Culture of Uruguay, since March 1, 2020.

No Surrender (to the IRA)

No Surrender is a chant sung to the tune of the hymn "Oil in My Lamp" that expresses opposition to the Irish Republican Army that has been used as a football chant by England fans. It was sung in pubs in the 1970s and 1980s and has since been lin ...

J.J. McCullough

John James McCullough is a Canadian political commentator, columnist, political cartoonist and YouTuber. He is known for his political commentary videos and his videos on Canadian Culture, Politics, and Social studies. A supporter of the Conserva ...

1979 Canadian federal budget

The 1979 Canadian federal budget was presented by Minister of Finance John Crosbie in the House of Commons of Canada on 11 December 1979. It was the first and only Canadian federal budget presented under the premiership of Joe Clark. The budget w ...

Madan Mohan Mahato

Madan Mohan Mahato was an Indian politician, belonging to the Indian National Congress. He was born on January 2, 1927 in Agardih village. He was the son of Joyram Mahato. He went to school at Hulmura H.E. School. Mahato worked as a school teache ...

Brazil–Ethiopia relations

Brazil–Ethiopia relations refers to the current and historical relations between the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Both nations are members of the Group of 77 and the United Nations.

The Betrayal (Dunmore novel)

The Betrayal is a 2010 historical novel by English writer Helen Dunmore. It is set in Leningrad in 1952, ten years after the Siege of Leningrad, and takes place during political repression in the Soviet Union and the plot against doctors in the S ...

Roy Shaw (politician)

Roy Shaw OBE was a Labour Party politician in London, England. He was the Leader of Camden London Borough Council from 1975 to 1982. He served on Camden Council and its predecessor councils continuously for 51 years until just before his death, m ...

Wolfgang Doring

Wolfgang Doring was a German politician of the Free Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

Lower class

Lower class may refer to: American lower class, more specifically, the lower class in the United States Lower social class, those at or near the end of the socio-economic hierarchy; also known as the underclass, and may include many of those at t ...

Durgadas Bauri

Durgadas Bauri was an Indian politician, belonging to the Indian National Congress. He was born on January 15, 1942 in Raghunathpur. He was the son of Yugal Chandra Bauri. He went to school at Godi Bero High School. Mahata contested the Raghunath ...