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Northern Cemetery

There are numerous cemeteries called Northern Cemetery. These include: In Egypt The Tombs of the Nobles Amarna are sometimes referred to as the Northern Cemetery Northern Cemetery, Cairo In France Nordfriedhof, Strasbourg =Northern Cemetery In Ge ...

                                               

Milwaukee Road Depot

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Depot - Spirit Lake Spirit Lake, Iowa – located along U.S. Highway 71/Iowa Highway 9 where the Milwaukee Road line from Spirit Lake, Iowa to Spencer, Iowa sat between 1883–1972. It is now used as the Dicki ...

                                               

2020 Dow Tennis Classic

The 2020 Dow Tennis Classic was a professional tennis tournament played on indoor hard courts. It was the twenty-sixth edition of the tournament which was part of the 2020 ITF Womens World Tennis Tour. It took place in Midland, Michigan, United S ...

                                               

Church of the Good Shepherd

Church of the Good Shepherd, Curtin, Australian Capital Territory Church of the Good Shepherd, Bellevue, Western Australia Church of the Good Shepherd, Hadspen, Tasmania

                                               

Forest Park

Forest Park, Oklahoma, USA Forest Park, Ontario, Canada Forest Park, Ottawa County, Ohio, USA Forest Park, Ohio, Hamilton County, USA Forest Park, Indiana, USA Forest Park, Bracknell Forest, Berkshire, UK Forest Park, Georgia, USA Forest Park, Il ...

                                               

Purpureum

Purpureum, purple in Latin, may refer to: Chondrostereum purpureum, the silver leaf, a fungus plant pathogen species Chlorogalum purpureum, the purple amole, a flowering plant species endemic to California Lamium purpureum, the red deadnettle, pu ...

                                               

S. officinalis

S. officinalis may refer to: Sepia officinalis, the common cuttlefish or European common cuttlefish, a cuttlefish species native to the Mediterranean Sea, North Sea and Baltic Sea Salvia officinalis, the common sage, a plant species Sanguisorba o ...

                                               

Cheilosia sahlbergi

From Fennoscandia south through mountainous parts of Europe to the Alps, the Balkans and the Caucasus and from Britain Scottish highlands eastwards through Northern Europe to the Baltic states and on to the Kola peninsula The habitat is near stre ...

                                               

Palustris

Hypenodes palustris, a species of moth in the family Erebidae Lithobates palustris, the pickerel frog formerly Rana palustris small North American frog Oryzomys palustris, the marsh rice rat, a semiaquatic North American rodent Agyneta palustris, ...

                                               

Washington Park

Washington Park, Arizona Washington Park, New Jersey Washington Park, Roanoke, Virginia Washington Park, Illinois Washington Park, Florida Washington Park, Seattle, Washington Washington Park, North Carolina

                                               

Deer Park

The Deer Park Hotel, built following the American Civil War Deer Park, Illinois Deer Park, California, in Napa County Deer Park, Alabama Deer Park, Maryland Deer Park, Louisville, Kentucky, a neighborhood Deer Park, Florida Deer Park, former name ...

                                               

Bononia

Bononia may refer to: the Roman name of several populated places and jurisdictions. Boulogne-sur-Mer, a city in France Banostor, a village in Serbia Vidin, a city in Bulgaria Bologna, a city in Italy Other Bononia Cove, Antarctica, a geographical ...

                                               

Basalt (disambiguation)

Basalt Lake, in Antarctica Basalt Island, in Hong Kong

                                               

Waverly

The Waverly School, a private school in Pasadena, California Waverly Community Schools, a school district located in Lansing, Michigan Waverly School District 145, Nebraska Waverly High School disambiguation Waverly Central School District, New York

                                               

Princeton (disambiguation)

Princeton Junior School, Lawrence Township, Mercer County, New Jersey, United States Princeton Friends School, New Jersey, United States Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, Princeton, New Jersey, United States Princeton High School disambiguat ...

                                               

Big Time

The Big Time 2002 film, a 2002 TV movie starring Molly Ringwald and Christina Hendricks "The Big Time" Sex and the City, an episode of Sex and the City Big Time 2001 film, a film featuring Mark Valley Big Time 2004 film, a film starring Matthew M ...

                                               

Corentin Jallon

Corentin Jallon is a Algerian-French Kickboxer. He is the former World Kickboxing Network Cruiserweight World Champion as well as the Muaythai & K-1 FFSCDA France Champion -91kg, King of the Ring -91kg Champion and he has competed in SUPERKOMBAT. ...

                                               

Ultrabornological space

In functional analysis, a disk in a topological vector space X is called infrabornivorous if it absorbs all Banach disks. If X is locally convex and Hausdorff, then a disk is infrabornivorous if and only if it absorbs all compact disks. A locally ...

                                               

Darling Cinder Pit

Darling Cinder Pit is a cinder pit mine near Winona, Arizona. It was named in honor of William B. Darling, a local railroad engineer. The mine is located Cinder Mountain, a Tappan age basaltic cinder cone north east of Winona In 1985 it was noted ...

                                               

Makati–Taguig–Pateros boundary dispute

The territorial extents of the cities of Makati and Taguig, and the municipality of Pateros is disputed by their local governments particularly the Fort Bonifacio area which includes the financial district of Bonifacio Global City. Taguig has adm ...

                                               

MPV

Multi-purpose vessel, a ship that is built for the carriage of a wide range of cargoes

                                               

Mountain caribou conservation

Boreal woodland caribou are a species of caribou and subspecies of North American reindeer. Boreal woodland caribou are also known as southern mountain caribou, woodland caribou, and forest-dwelling caribou. Mountain caribou are uniquely adapted ...

                                               

Ribeira

Ribeira do Amparo, a municipality in the state of Bahia in the North-East region Ribeira, São Paulo, a city in the state of São Paulo, Brazil Ribeira do Piaui, a municipality in the state of Piaui in the Northeast region Ribeira do Pombal, a muni ...

                                               

China National Highway 501

China National Highway 501 will run from Jixian in Heilongjiang to Dangbi on the border with Russia at Lake Khanka, also in Heilongjiang. It is one of the new trunk highways proposed in the China National Highway Network Planning.

                                               

Broughton

Broughton, Ohio Broughton, Pennsylvania Broughton, Illinois

                                               

Discovery Bay (disambiguation)

Discovery Bay is a residential development in Hong Kong, on Lantau Island. Discovery Bay may also refer to: Discovery Bay Antarctica, a bay in the South Shetland Islands Discovery Bay Australia, a bay straddling the border between South Australia ...

                                               

Southland (New Zealand electorate)

Despite its name, the electorate straddles the border between the Southland and Otago regions. It is one of New Zealands largest electorates and is predominantly rural in nature. The electorate includes Gore, Winton, Mataura, Alexandra, Arrowtown ...

                                               

Hutt

Hutt River South Australia Hutt Lagoon, Western Australia Hutt River Western Australia Hutt Street, Adelaide, South Australia

                                               

Ettrick

Australia Ettrick Station, pastoral lease and former sheep station in northwest Western Australia Ettrick, New South Wales, administered by Kyogle Council Ettrick, South Australia, a locality in the Rural City of Murray Bridge Canada Ettrick, Ont ...

                                               

Bridgetown (disambiguation)

Bridgetown Heliport, a shuttered heliport in Bridgetown on the coast of the Constitution River. Port of Bridgetown, located in the purpose-built Deep Water Harbour, found along Cheapside, Bridgetown. Bridgetown is the capital city of Barbados. Ma ...

                                               

SC4

SC4 may refer to: South Carolinas 4th congressional district, a congressional district in upstate South Carolina bordering North Carolina St. Clair County Community College, a two-year community college located in Port Huron, Michigan Au Cap ISO ...

                                               

Espiritu Santo (disambiguation)

Espiritu Santo Cape, on the border between Chile and Argentina Espiritu Santo Bay, Texas, U.S. Espiritu Santo River, Bolivia Espiritu Santo fort, a former Spanish fortress in the Bio-Bio Region of Chile Espiritu Santo Island Panama, Pearl Islands ...

                                               

Sajith

Sajith is an Indian and Sri Lankan male given name. Notable people with the name include: Sajith Fernando born 1972, Sri Lankan former first-class cricketer Sajith Jagadnandan born 1981, Indian film director of movies in Malayalam Sajith Dissanay ...

                                               

Giusti

Giusti may refer to: Palazzo Giusti and Garden located in the east of Verona, Italy Giusti surname Palazzo Giusti, Venice, Neoclassic-style palace located on the Canal Grande of Venice, Italy Armistice of Villa Giusti, armistice that ended warfar ...

                                               

Patos (disambiguation)

Patos is a municipality in Brazil. Patos, Los Patos may also refer to: Patos Island, Washington, United States Patos, Albania, a town Dos Patos River disambiguation Los Patos, Barahona, Dominican Republic, a small town Paso de Los Patos, a mounta ...

                                               

Krivaja

Krivaja Bosna, a river in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, tributary of Bosna Krivaja Velika Usora, a river in Republika Srpska, tributary of Velika Usora

                                               

Bear Island

Bear Islands, Hudson Bay, Nunavut Bear Island Nunavut, Labrador Sea, Nunavut

                                               

Cephissus

Cephissus, Cephisus, Kephisos, or Kifisos may refer to: Cephissus, a Martian canal, per List of Martian canals Cephissus Salamis, a river on Salamis Island Battle of the Cephissus, 15 March 1311 conflict between the Frankish Greek forces of Walte ...

                                               

Centennial Bridge

Teegarden-Centennial Covered Bridge, over Little Beaver Creek, in Columbiana County, Ohio Centennial Bridge Leavenworth, Kansas, over the Missouri River, connecting Leavenworth, Kansas and Platte County, Missouri Rock Island Centennial Bridge, co ...

                                               

Harbor station

Portsmouth Harbour railway station in Portsmouth, England Erie Canal Harbor station in Buffalo, New York, United States Fishguard Harbour railway station in Fishguard Harbor, Wales Cold Spring Harbor LIRR station in Cold Spring Harbor, New York, ...

                                               

CD Torreperogil

Club Deportivo Torreperogil is a Spanish football club located in Torreperogil, Jaen, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded in 2008 it currently plays in Tercera Division – Group 9, holding home matches at Estadio Abdon Martinez Fariñ ...

                                               

DST (disambiguation)

DST is an abbreviation for daylight saving time. DST may also refer to: Delta Sigma Theta, organization of college-educated women Decision support tool, see Decision support system Douglas Sleeper Transport, initial version of Douglas DC-3 aircra ...

                                               

List of ecoregions in Israel

Mesopotamian shrub desert Red Sea-Arabian desert shrublands Arabian desert

                                               

Gears Tactics

Gears Tactics is a turn-based tactics video game developed by Splash Damage in conjunction with The Coalition and published by Xbox Game Studios. It is a spin-off of the Gears of War franchise and a prequel to the first game, and was released for ...

                                               

Altai steppe and semi-desert

The Altai steppe and semi-desert ecoregion, as its name indicates, sits in a transition zine between steppe and semi-desert, supporting sparse grass and shrublands. The area is relatively undeveloped, with agriculture mostly represented by grazin ...

                                               

Northeastern Spain and Southern France Mediterranean forests

The Northeastern Spain and Southern France Mediterranean forests is a Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub ecoregion in southwestern Europe. It occupies the Mediterranean coastal region of northeastern Spain and Southern France, and the Ba ...

                                               

Iberian conifer forests

The Iberian conifer forests is a Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub ecoregion in southwestern Europe. It includes the mountain forests of southern and central Spain. The ecoregion has montane Mediterranean climate. Rainfall averages 1.10 ...

                                               

Northwest Iberian montane forests

The Northwest Iberian montane forests is a Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub ecoregion in southwestern Europe. It lies in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula, includes inland mountains, foothills, and plateaus in northwestern Spain and n ...

                                               

Talamanca

Talamanca may refer to: Talamanca languages, branch of Chibchan languages spoken in central–southern Costa Rica and northern Panama. Talamanca, a canton in Limon, Costa Rica Kingdom of Talamanca, a former nation, located in present day Costa Rica ...

                                               

P. nigra

Phylidonyris nigra, a bird species that inhabits the east coast and the south-west corner of Australia Penelopina nigra, the Highland guan, a bird species Phelsuma v-nigra v-nigra, a small diurnal subspecies of geckos Pomarea nigra, the Tahiti mo ...