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Riviere des Roches

Riviere des Roches Sainte-Anne River tributary, in La Cote-de-Beaupre Regional County Municipality, Quebec Desroches River Betsiamites River, a tributary of the Pipmuacan Reservoir in Lac-au-Brochet, Cote-Nord, Quebec see List of rivers of Quebec ...

                                               

H. orientalis

H. orientalis may refer to: Huaxiagnathus orientalis, a theropod dinosaur species from the Lower Cretaceous of China Hyacinthus orientalis, the common hyacinth, garden hyacinth or Dutch hyacinth, a perennial flowering plant species native to sout ...

                                               

P. nanus

P. nanus may refer to: Physalaemus nanus, a frog species endemic to Brazil Phrynopus nanus, a frog species endemic to Colombia Philautus nanus, an extinct frog species endemic to Sri Lanka Pleurocoelus nanus, a dinosaur species from the Early Cre ...

                                               

HMS Danae (1779)

HMS Danae was a 32-gun sailing frigate built for the French Navy in 1763 and captured by the British in 1779, during the Anglo-French War. Following her capture she was commissioned into the Royal Navy as a convoy escort for merchant vessels sail ...

                                               

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral may refer to: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Trenton, New Jersey Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Sacramento, California Trinity Cathedral Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Portland, Oregon Trinity Episcopal ...

                                               

Reuben Doctor

Reuben Doctor or Rubin Doctor was an actor of the Yiddish Theater, best known as a prolific writer of Yiddish songs during the early Twentieth century. His most well known song was his 1922 piece Ikh bin a" boarder” bay mayn vayb.

                                               

Basturs Poble bonebed

The Basturs Poble bonebed is a mega-bonebed of hadrosaur dinosaur fossils, discovered in Catalonia, Spain. Hundreds of hadrosaur fossils have been found at the site, which would have been on a large island during the Late Cretaceous when the anim ...

                                               

Gun Creek

Gun Creek Nahlin River, a tributary of the Nahlin River in northwestern British Columbia Gun Creek British Columbia, a tributary of the Bridge River in southern British Columbia

                                               

Sprague Lake

Sprague Lake may refer to: Sprague Lake North Dakota, a lake in Sargent County, North Dakota Sprague Lake Oregon, a lake in Marion County, Oregon Sprague Lake Colorado, a lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado Sprague Lake Whatcom County, ...

                                               

Hayesville

Hayesville may refer to: Hayesville, Pickaway County, Ohio, an unincorporated community Hayesville, Oregon an unincorporated community in North West Oregon Hayesville, Pennsylvania a populated area in Lower Oxford, Pennsylvania. Hayesville, North ...

                                               

Ash Creek

Ash Creek Utah, a tributary of the Virgin River Ash Creek California, a tributary of the Pit River Ash Creek Minnesota, a tributary of the Rock River Ash Creek Arizona, in Arizona Ash Creek Connecticut, a salt water estuary in Connecticut Ash Cre ...

                                               

Ingalls Peak

Ingalls Peak is a 7.662-foot triple-summit mountain located in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, along the common border of Kittitas County and Chelan County, in Washington state. Ingalls Peak is the highest point in the Teanaway area of the Wenatchee ...

                                               

WTA

Washington Trails Association Whatcom Transportation Authority, a bus agency in Washington State, USA Wichita Terminal Association, a railroad Waskahegan Trail Association, the management board for the Waskahegan Trail Wisconsin Towns Association ...

                                               

Malhada Vermelha Formation

The Malhada Vermelha Formation is an Early Cretaceous geologic formation in Ceara, northeastern Brazil. The formation preserves reptile, fish and ichnofossils.

                                               

Newland Oak

The Newland Oak was a veteran oak tree in Newland, Gloucestershire in England. Originally part of the ancient woodland of the Forest of Dean, it survived clearances that created the settlement of Newland and was afterwards pollarded for timber. I ...

                                               

Ananeh

Ananeh or Anane Somali: aanaaneh is a lowland region in central portions of the Sanaag region of northern Somalia. It is bordered on the northeast by the Gebi Valley to the east by the Hadeed Plateau and on the northwest by the flattening slopes ...

                                               

Coldstream (disambiguation)

Coldstream is a burgh in the Scottish Borders on the northern shore of River Tweed. Coldstream may also refer to: Coldstream, Ohio, USA Coldstream, Ontario, Canada Coldstream, British Columbia, Canada Coldstream, Victoria, near Melbourne, Austral ...

                                               

Bures

The following places are called Bures: Bures Hamlet, the portion of the village in Essex Bures, Orne, a commune of France in the department of Orne Bures-les-Monts, a commune of France in the department of Calvados Bures St. Mary, the portion of ...

                                               

Teslin

Teslin is the anglicized form of the name of the Deisleen Ḵwaan of the Tlingit people, one of two ḵwaan that are today incorporated as the Teslin Tlingit Council government in the Yukon Territory of northern Canada. As a term it may also refer to ...

                                               

三河

Sanhe, Feixi County, Anhui Sanhe, Dapu County, Guangdong Sanhe, Haiyuan County, Ningxia Sanhe, Hebei 三河市, county-level city in Langfang, Hebei Sanhe Town, Longnan, in Wudu District, Longnan, Gansu Towns named Sanhe 三河镇 Sanhe, Yilong County, ...

                                               

Yangzhuang

Yangzhuang may refer to the following locations in China: Subway station Yang Zhuang station, a station on Line 6, Beijing Subway. Towns Yangzhuang, Tengzhou 羊庄镇, in Tengzhou, Shandong Written as "杨庄镇": Yangzhuang, Baofeng County, in Baofen ...

                                               

Xinji (disambiguation)

Written as "新集镇": Xinji, Linxia County, Gansu Xinji, Xin County, Henan Xinji, Yizheng, Jiangsu Xinji, Changli County, Hebei Xinji, Shaanxi, in Nanzheng County Xinji, Wuhe County, Anhui Xinji, Fengtai County, Anhui Xinji, Yingshang County, Anhu ...

                                               

Rakoczi Association

The Rakoczi Association is a Budapest-based non-governmental organization operating in the form of a civil society association established in 1989. The Associations founders were of Upper Hungarian ancestry or committed to the Hungarian community ...

                                               

Jokinen Plan

The Jokinen Plan comprises two reports drawn up by the American traffic expert David A. Jokinen on the urban planning of two Dutch cities: in 1962 of The Hague and in 1967 of Amsterdam, both set out in a brochure.

                                               

Mud Lake

Mud Lake, California, former name of Fleener, California Mud Lake, Ontario, Canada Mud Lake, Idaho Mud Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Mud Lake, Minnesota

                                               

Chenango

Chenango, which means "Bull thistle" in the Oneida language, may refer to: Chenango River, a river in New York Chenango Pl., street in West Lafayette, IN Chenango, Texas, an unincorporated community in Brazoria County Chenango Canal, a former can ...

                                               

Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge

Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge may refer to: Stone Bridge Johnstown, Pennsylvania Morrisville–Trenton Railroad Bridge, over the Delaware River Canal Street railroad bridge, Chicago, Illinois Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge Columbia, Pennsylvania, over ...

                                               

Tinkers Creek

Idaho Little Tinker Creek in Idaho County Big Tinker Creek in Idaho County Kentucky Tinker Run in Hardin County Left Fork Tinker Fork in Floyd County Right Fork Tinker Fork in Floyd County Tinker Fork in Floyd County Maine Tinker Brook in Hancock ...

                                               

Lemont Central Grade School

The Lemont Central Grade School is a former school building at 410 McCarthy Road in Lemont, Illinois. The school was built in 1869 to replace Lemonts first school, which opened in 1836 when the area was still largely rural. Locally quarried limes ...

                                               

S. chinensis

S. chinensis may refer to: Sousa chinensis, the Chinese white dolphin, a dolphin species Salvia chinensis, an annual plant species native to several provinces in China Schisandra chinensis, a deciduous woody vine species native to forests of Nort ...

                                               

E. orientalis

E. orientalis may refer to: Eleutherodactylus orientalis, a frog species endemic to Cuba Eudynamys orientalis, the Pacific koel or Eastern koel, a cuckoo species found from Wallacea east to the Solomon Island and south to northern and eastern Aus ...

                                               

Cotton tree

Cotton tree may refer to: The flowering plant Hibiscus tilliaceus, sometimes known as the cottonwood tree Kapok tree, Java cotton tree Bombax ceiba Cotton Tree Sierra Leone, an historic symbol of Freetown in Sierra Leone Gossypium, the cotton pla ...

                                               

Prosopocoilus buddha

Prosopocoilus buddha is a species of stag beetle in the tribe Cladognathini. This Asian species is variable, with several known subspecies and widely distributed from India to Sulawesi.

                                               

Sawtooth Range

Sawtooth Range, Sawtooth Ridge, and Sawtooth Mountains may refer to: Sawtooth Mountains California in eastern San Diego County, California, United States Sawtooth Range San Bernardino County in California, United States Sawtooth Range Alaska in A ...

                                               

Butterfield Canyon

Butterfield Canyon may refer to: Butterfield Canyon, a canyon in the Unorganized Borough, Alaska, United States, north of the city of Nome Left Hand Fork Butterfield Canyon Butterfield Canyon, a canyon in the southern Coke County, Texas, United S ...

                                               

Gunnison Valley

Gunnison Valley Sanpete and Sevier counties, Utah, an unpopulated valley in central Utah, United States that is located primarily in southeastern Sanpete County, but extends south into northeastern Sevier County; the valley also spans between the ...

                                               

St. Catherine of Sienas Church

Church of Our Lady and St Catherine of Siena, Bow, London St Catherine of Siena Church, Cocking, West Sussex St Catherine of Siena Church, Birmingham St Catherine of Siena Church, Sheffield

                                               

Franklin Academy

Franklin Academy may refer to: Franklin Academy New York in Malone, New York Ursula Franklin Academy, Toronto, Ontario Franklin Academy, Columbus, Mississippi, in the Columbus Municipal School District Franklin Academy Connecticut, East Haddam, C ...

                                               

Eighteen Mile Creek

Eighteen Mile Creek is the name of several small rivers. In Australia Eighteen Mile Creek Victoria, a tributary of the Dargo River in Victoria. Eighteen Mile Creek Queensland, a small watercourse in Queensland. In the United States Eighteen Mile ...

                                               

Forest Park High School

Forest Park High School may refer to: Forest Park High School Michigan, In Crystal Falls, Michigan, United States Forest Park High School Maryland, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States Forest Park High School Woodbridge, Virginia, in Woodbridge, ...

                                               

Forest Glen

The name Forest Glen may refer to: Australia Forest Glen, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney Forest Glen, Queensland, a town on the Sunshine Coast United States Forest Glen Annex, a U.S. Army installation Forest Glen, Maryland, a census-designat ...

                                               

C. montana

C. montana may refer to: Craspedortha montana, a moth of the family Sphingidae Cigaritis montana, a butterfly Cicadetta montana, the New Forest cicada Coccothrinax montana, a palm Centaurea montana, mountain cornflower Coleophora montana, a moth ...

                                               

Lone Mountain

Lone Mountain may refer to a place in the United States: Lone Mountain, San Francisco, California, the associated neighborhood Lone Mountain, Tennessee, an unincorporated community Lone Mountain California, a hill in San Francisco, California Lon ...

                                               

Skyline Trail

Skyline Trail can refer to at least six different nature trails: the Oregon Skyline Trail, the predecessor trail to the Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon the trail in Jasper National Park in Alberta or the trail that is located in the Pecos Wildernes ...

                                               

Forest District

Forest District could refer to: In Australia: Forest District Sydney In the UK: New Forest district Wyre Forest district Forest of Dean district Epping Forest district Forest District, a former London bus district In the United States: Lake Fores ...

                                               

GSLIS

GSLIS may refer to a number of schools with the name "Graduate School of Library and Information Science": Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science, in Boston, Massachusetts University of Rhode Island Graduate School of ...

                                               

Chappell House

Chappell House may refer to: Purefoy-Chappell House and Outbuildings, Wake Forest, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Chappell Farmhouse, Cazenovia, New York, listed on the NRHP in New York Chappell House Cedar Creek, South Caro ...

                                               

Uinta

Uintah County, Utah Uinta National Forest Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation, Utah Uintah, Utah, a town located in Weber County Uinta Mountains, in the state of Utah Uinta County, Wyoming High Uintas Wilderness

                                               

Lincoln, Wisconsin

Lincoln is the name of some places in the U.S. state of Wisconsin: Lincoln, Forest County, Wisconsin, a town Lincoln, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, a town Lincoln, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, a town Lincoln community, Wisconsin, an unincorporated c ...

                                               

Link Farm State Archaeological Area

The Link Farm State Archaeological Area, also known as the Duck River Temple Mounds or Duck River Site, is a Mississippian culture archaeological site located at the confluence of the Duck and Buffalo Rivers south of Waverly in Humphreys County, ...