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Gorton (disambiguation)

Gorton Monastery Gorton railway station, Manchester Gorton, district in the City of Manchester, England Gorton South, government ward in the Gorton area Gorton North, government ward in the Gorton area Manchester Gorton UK Parliament constituency

                                               

1K

1K or 1-K may refer to: Typ 1K, a chassis code of Volkswagen Golf Mk5 Astra 1K satellite SSH 1K WA, see Washington State Route 509 HH-1K, see Bell UH-1 Iroquois variants Premier 1K, a membership level of United Airlines MileagePlus program Sutra ...

                                               

ABC 11

WTOK-TV in Meridian, Mississippi WJHL-DT2 in Johnson City, Tennessee WBKB-DT3 in Alpena, Michigan WTVD in Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina O&O WHAS-TV in Louisville, Kentucky KHSD-TV in Lead, South Dakota satellite of KOTA-TV in Rapid City, SD

                                               

Indian locomotive class WAG-2

The Indian locomotive class WAG-2 is a class of 25 kV AC electric locomotives that was imported from japan in 1960s for Indian Railways. The model name stands for broad gauge, AC Current, Goods traffic engine, 2nd. A total of 45 WAG-2 locomotives ...

                                               

Kōda Station (Saza)

Kōda Station is a train station located in Saza, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

                                               

Yamanota Station

Yamanota Station is a train station located in Sasebo, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

                                               

Seihō-Koukou-Mae Station

Seihō-Koukou-Mae Station is a train station located in Saza, Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It is on the Nishi-Kyūshū Line which has been operated by the third-sector Matsuura Railway since 1988.

                                               

Railway depot Plochingen

The Railway depot Plochingen is a depot of the DB Regio AG in Plochingen. The depot is located west of the railway station next to the railway tracks leading to Stuttgart and can be reached from the road via the access road to the Neckarharbor. I ...

                                               

Ventura River Parkway Trail

The Ventura River Parkway Trail is a southern California trail roughly paralleling California State Route 33 for 16.5 mi from Ventura to Ojai. It follows the route of the former Ventura and Ojai Valley Railroad abandoned between 1969 and 1995.

                                               

Malvern station

Malvern station or Malverne station may refer to: Malvern station SEPTA, a SEPTA station in Malvern, Pennsylvania, U.S. Malvern railway station, Melbourne, in Australia East Malvern railway station, in Melbourne, Australia Malvern station Arkansa ...

                                               

Exchange Place

Exchange Place can be the name of: Exchange Place Boston, an office building complex Exchange Place PRR station, a former railroad station Exchange Place Jersey City, a district and neighborhood in New Jersey Exchange Place HBLR station, a light ...

                                               

Fordham

Fordham Rams, athletic teams of the above university Fordham Preparatory School, an all-male, Jesuit high school in New York City Fordham University School of Law, a law school of the above university Fordham University, a Jesuit university in Ne ...

                                               

Orleans station

Gare des Aubrais-Orleans, a main-line railway station in Fleury-les-Aubrais, Loiret department, France Gare dAusterlitz, a railway station in Paris, France originally named Gare dOrleans New Orleans Union Station, a former railroad station in New ...

                                               

207th

207th may refer to: Military 207th Infantry Group Scout, United States Army Alaska National Guard unit 207th Pennsylvania Infantry, American Civil War Union Army regiment 207th Coast Artillery Anti-Aircraft Regiment, World War II US Army regiment ...

                                               

North Point (disambiguation)

North Point, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada North Point, Queensland, a point on Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia North Point, Signy Island, a point on Signy Island, South Orkney Islands, Antarctica

                                               

Underwood, Tasmania

Underwood is a rural locality and town in the local government area of Launceston, in the Northern region of Tasmania. It is located about 22 kilometres north-east of the city of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 363 for the ...

                                               

Blessington, Tasmania

Blessington is a rural locality in the local government areas of Launceston and Northern Midlands, in the Northern and Central regions of Tasmania. It is located about 32 kilometres south-east of the city of Launceston. The 2016 census determined ...

                                               

Lebrina, Tasmania

Lebrina is a rural locality and town in the local government area of Launceston, in the Northern region of Tasmania. It is located about 38 kilometres north-east of the city of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 192 for the st ...

                                               

Patersonia, Tasmania

Patersonia is a rural locality in the local government area of Launceston, in the Northern region of Tasmania. It is located about 32 kilometres north-east of the city of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 85 for the state sub ...

                                               

Targa, Tasmania

Targa is a rural locality in the local government area of Launceston, in the Northern region of Tasmania. It is located about 33 kilometres north-east of the city of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 38 for the state suburb o ...

                                               

Ontario Woodlot Association

The Ontario Woodlot Association is a non-profit organization based in Kemptville, Ontario to support woodlot owners with sustainable woodlot management practices. The OWA and its local chapters also engage in provincial and municipal governance, ...

                                               

Denzlingen station

Denzlingen station is a station in Denzlingen in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It lies on the Rhine Valley Railway at the junction with the Elz Valley Railway, which runs to Elzach. It is served by trains operated by Deutsche Bahn and the Breisgau ...

                                               

Aberdeen station

Aberdeen station may refer to: Aberdeen railway station, New South Wales, a railway station in Australia Aberdeen station SkyTrain, a rapid transit station in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada Aberdeen bus station, bus station in Aberdeen, Scotl ...

                                               

Sideling

Sideling may refer to: In the United States: Sideling Hill, part of the Allegheny Mountains Sideling Lock, one of several Locks on the C&O Canal Sideling Hill Creek Potomac River, a tributary of the Potomac River Sideling Hill Creek Aughwick ...

                                               

John Yorke

John Yorke may refer to: John Yorke Conservative politician 1836–1912, English landowner and Conservative politician John Yorke 1633-1663, British Member of Parliament for Richmond John Yorke British Army officer 1814–1890, British general John Y ...

                                               

Amy L. Bondurant

Amy Laura Bondurant was the US ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development from December 5, 1997 until 2001. Bondurant was the first female to hold this position. She was also the first female to sit on the board of Ro ...

                                               

David Evans (political official)

David Richard Evans is a British political official who has served as General Secretary of the Labour Party since 26 May 2020. He previously served as an assistant general secretary of the Labour Party from 1999 to 2001, regional director of the ...

                                               

Mercurius

Mercury mythology Latin: Mercurius, a Roman god The OZ-13MSX2 Mercurius, a mobile suit appearing in the anime Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Mercurius, the demon from the German fairy tale "The Spirit in the Bottle"

                                               

Biomorph

Biomorph may refer to: One of the virtual creatures in a computer simulation described by Richard Dawkins in his book The Blind Watchmaker A shape resembling that of a living organism such as bacteria, though not necessarily of biotic origin In b ...

                                               

Walter Yarwood

Walter Yarwood was a Canadian abstract painter and a founding member of Painters Eleven. Yarwood became known for his painting beginning in the 1950s. During the 1960s he completed a number of public sculptures in Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba.

                                               

Jules Verne climatic wind tunnel

The Jules Verne climatic wind tunnel is a research facility at the Scientific and Technical Centre for Building site in Nantes, France. It enables the study of building and construction components, vehicles and equipment under a range of climatic ...

                                               

General Serrador Bridge

The bridge was designed in 1942, and was ordered by the Captain General of the Canary Islands, Ricardo Serrador Santes. Serrador died in 1942, and the bridge was named after him after it was completed under his successor, Francisco Garcia Escamez ...

                                               

Class 9

Class 9, Class 09 and Class IX may refer to: GCR Class 9F, a steam locomotive class of the United Kingdom HAZMAT Class 9 Miscellaneous, a category of hazardous material NSB Class 9, a standard-gauge steam locomotive class of Norway Class IX U.S. ...

                                               

Orange Cube

The Orange Cube is a design showroom and office building in the La Confluence quarter of the 2nd arrondissement of Lyon, France. Designed by the Paris-based architectural firm Jakob + MacFarlane, the building is best known for its orange color an ...

                                               

Maudie Miller

Maudie Miller is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Australian childrens mockumentary comedy drama television series The InBESTigators, portrayed by Anna Cooke.

                                               

Substrate presentation

Substrate presentation is a biological process that activates a protein. The protein is sequestered away from its substrate and then activated by release and exposure of the protein to its substrate. A substrate is typically the substance on whic ...

                                               

1969 Bihar Legislative Assembly election

An election was held in 1969 to elect members to the Bihar Legislative Assembly, the lower house of the legislature of the Indian state of Bihar. After the elections, the Congress emerged as the largest party, and Harihar Singh was sworn in as th ...

                                               

1972 Bihar Legislative Assembly election

Bihar Legislative Assembly election, 1972 was held in 1972 to elect members to the Bihar Legislative Assembly.This is a list of the results of the 1972 general election to the Legislative Assembly of Bihar, a state in India, including a list of s ...

                                               

Arbeterheim

Arbeterheim was a Jewish cultural association in Riga, Latvia 1920-1923. The association was set by communists in 1920. The association was registered on June 20, 1920. It functioned as a front organization of the Communist Party of Latvia. Arbet ...

                                               

Communist Platform (Netherlands)

For the German communist group, see Communist Platform. The Communist Platform is a Dutch orthodox Marxist political organisation, founded in 2014. The Platform publishes articles about topical and historical political events and developments fro ...

                                               

KBS Hanminjok Radio

KBS Hanminjok Radio is a South Korean anti-communism propaganda radio channel of the Korean Broadcasting System. It is the only channel that does not have FM frequency in South Korea. Until 2007 it was called as KBS Social Education Radio. It has ...

                                               

Tribal Students Union

Tribal Students Union or TSU is a Student organisation of Tripura, it is affiliated to Students Federation of India. The TSU is the student wing of the Communist Party of India in Tripura.

                                               

Central Committee of the Komsomol

The Central Committee of the Komsomol was the executive leadership of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League, commonly known as the Komsomol. According to the Komsomol Charter adopted at the 14th Congress of the Komsomol, the Central Commi ...

                                               

The Worker

The Worker may refer to: Daily Worker, a newspaper published in New York City by the Communist Party USA The Worker TV series, a British sitcom starring Charlie Drake Daily Worker a British communist newspaper which became the Morning Star Britis ...

                                               

Petar Lekovic

Petar Lekovic, was a Serbian stonecutter and participant in the World War I and the World War II. He was declared the first national hero of Yugoslavia. As a soldier of the Serbian Army, he participated in the First World War, during 1914 and 191 ...

                                               

David Praporgescu

David Praporgescu was a Romanian brigadier general during World War I, who was killed in action at the start of the Battle of the Southern Carpathians.

                                               

Yu (surname 余)

Yu is one of the Chinese family names. It is listed as the 90th surname in the "Hundred Family Surnames". It is also sometimes translated to Yee, the Taishanese spelling, in English. The name is transliterated as Dư in Vietnamese but is very rare ...

                                               

Julia Arevalo de Roche

Julia Arevalo de Roche was a Uruguayan politician. She was one of the first group of women elected to General Assembly, serving in the Chamber of Representatives from 1943 to 1947 and then the Senate from 1947 to 1951.

                                               

TAC (video game)

T.A.C. is a top-down tactical combat videogame published by Avalon Hill in 1983 for Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Commodore 64 and IBM PC. The game takes place during the Second World War and simulates clashes involving the United States, the USSR, Germ ...

                                               

Results of the 1990 Zimbabwean general election

Elections were held in Zimbabwe on 23 March 1990 to elect the President and Parliament. Robert Mugabe of the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front was reelected President with 83 percent of the vote against Edgar Tekere of the Zimbabw ...