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Sarah Clayton

Sarah Clayton was an English industrialist. She was the owner of the major Parr colliery, and known as the Queen of Parr. She was the daughter of merchant alderman and major of Liverpool William Clayton d. 1715. She never married and thus gained ...

Town & Country Village (Sacramento)

Town & Country Village in Arden-Arcade, California, was the first suburban, auto-oriented shopping center in Sacramento metropolitan area, and one of the first in the United States, opening in 1946 with 65 shops. Town and Country Village, which f ...

Concepcion Leyes de Chaves

Maria Conception Leyes de Chaves was born on 26 April 1891 in Caazapa, Paraguay. She was a daughter of Francisco Leyes and Benita Espinola. Leyes worked as a teacher in Ayolas and from young age collaborated with Paraguayan newspapers and magazin ...

Japanese destroyer Hagi (1944)

The Tachibana sub-class was a simplified version of the preceding Matsu class to make them even more suited for mass production. The ships measured 100 meters 328 ft 1 in overall, with a beam of 9.35 meters 30 ft 8 in and a draft of 3.37 meters 1 ...

Burtonsville–Greencastle Express Line

The Burtonsville–Greencastle Express Line, designated Route Z11, is a weekday peak-hour bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Silver Spring station of the Red Line of the Washington Metro and Burtonsvill ...

Pershing Drive–Arlington Boulevard Line

The Pershing Drive–Arlington Boulevard Line, designated as Route 4A, or Route 4B, is a daily bus route operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Seven Corners Transit Center and Ballston–MU station of the Blue, Orange ...

Glade Creek

Glade Creek may refer to: Glade Creek Idaho, a stream in Idaho Glade Creek Grist Mill in Babcock State Park is on this stream Glade Creek Georgia, a stream in the US state of Georgia Glade Creek Manns Creek, a tributary of Manns Creek, in its tur ...

Cabin Creek

In the United States: Cabin Creek, West Virginia, an unincorporated community Cabin Creek West Virginia, a stream Battle of Cabin Creek, two Civil War battles fought in Indian Territory now Oklahoma Cabin Creek Appomattox River, a stream in Virgi ...

All That! Music and More Festival

All That! Music and More Festival was a summer festival promotional tour for All That, during June 1999 – August 1999. It was hosted by the season 6 cast of All That, and features musical guests, mostly the ones that were on All That. During ever ...

Kimberly Zenz

Kimberly Zenz was a senior threat analyst at iDefense. In 2019, a Moscow court reportedly accused her of passing along Russian state secrets to U.S. intelligence officials.

Jim Condron

Originally from Long Island, NY and Connecticut, Condron earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art and English from Colby College in Waterville, ME. He then began a career in investment banking, but resigned his position to attend The New York Studio Scho ...

Eriocaulon australasicum

Eriocaulon australasicum is an endangered monocotyledonous plant in the Eriocaulaceae family found in Australia, in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales.

Swansea Wilderness

Swansea Wilderness is a protected wilderness area in the central portion of the Buckskin Mountains divided by a large gorge formed by the Bill Williams River in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1990 under the Arizona Desert Wilderness Ac ...

Pajarita Wilderness

Pajarita Wilderness is a protected wilderness area managed by the Coronado National Forest in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1984 under the Arizona Wilderness Act, the array of canyons that make up the area sit at the western end of th ...

Tres Alamos Wilderness

Tres Alamos Wilderness is a protected wilderness area centered around the southern portion of the Black Mountains and the range high point of Sawyer Peak in the U.S. state of Arizona. The namesake feature, Tres Alamos, is a prominent and colorful ...

Signal Mountain Wilderness

Signal Mountain Wilderness is a protected wilderness area centered around its namesake Signal Mountain, rising 1.200 feet to a summit at 2.182 feet in the Gila Bend Mountains in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1990 under the Arizona Des ...

Gibraltar Mountain Wilderness

Gibraltar Mountain Wilderness is a protected wilderness area on the western edge of the Buckskin Mountains in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1990 under the Arizona Desert Wilderness Act the area is managed by the Bureau of Land Managem ...

Cottonwood Point Wilderness

Cottonwood Point Wilderness is a protected wilderness area on the Arizona Strip in the U.S. state of Arizona. The area consists of two "peninsulas" dividing Cottonwood Canyon, covered with pinyon, juniper, and sagebrush. The high point stands at ...

White Canyon Wilderness

White Canyon Wilderness is a protected wilderness area in the southeastern portion of the Mineral Mountains in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1990 under the Arizona Desert Wilderness Act the area is managed by the Bureau of Land Manage ...

Redfield Canyon Wilderness

Redfield Canyon Wilderness is a protected wilderness area on the southern end of the Galiuro Mountains in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1990 under the Arizona Desert Wilderness Act the area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management ...

Castle Creek Wilderness

Castle Creek Wilderness is a protected wilderness area in the Prescott National Forest in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1984, the Wilderness lies within the southern end of the rugged Bradshaw Mountains. Elevations range from 2.800 fe ...

Saddle Mountain (Arizona)

Saddle Mountain Wilderness is a protected wilderness area managed by the Kaibab National Forest north of Grand Canyon National Park in the U.S. state of Arizona. Established in 1984 under the Arizona Wilderness Act, the area on the Kaibab Plateau ...

Bulls Tooth

Bulls Tooth is a 6.840+ ft multi-peak mountain located in Chelan County of Washington state. Bulls Tooth is situated 5.5 mi southeast of Stevens Pass, and within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, on land managed by Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. ...

Trico Mountain

Trico Mountain is a 6.640+ ft mountain summit located 10 mi south of Stevens Pass on the common border of King County, Kittitas County and Chelan County in Washington state. "Trico" is a portmanteau of triple county. This peak is part of the Wena ...

Granite Mountain (Wenatchee Mountains)

Granite Mountain is a 7.144-foot double summit mountain located 11.5 mi south of Stevens Pass on the common border of Kittitas County and Chelan County in Washington state. Its part of the Wenatchee Mountains, which are a subset of the Cascade Ra ...

Eightmile Mountain

Eightmile Mountain is a 7.996-foot mountain summit located in Chelan County of Washington state. Eightmile Mountain is situated within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, on land managed by Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. It is part of the Wenatchee ...

Mac Peak

Mac Peak is a 6.859-foot mountain summit located 8 mi south of Stevens Pass on the common border of King County and Chelan County in Washington state. Its part of the Wenatchee Mountains, which are a subset of the Cascade Range, and is situated i ...

Surprise Mountain

Surprise Mountain is a 6.330-foot mountain summit located above the southern end of Glacier Lake, in eastern King County of Washington state. Its part of the Wenatchee Mountains, which are a subset of the Cascade Range, and is situated in the Alp ...

Wild Goat Peak

Wild Goat Peak is a 6.305-foot mountain summit located above the eastern shore of Gold Lake, in eastern King County of Washington state. Its part of the Cascade Range, and is situated in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, on land managed by Mount Baker ...

Thunder Mountain (Washington)

Thunder Mountain is a 6.556-foot mountain summit located above the eastern shore of Glacier Lake, on the common border of King County and Chelan County in Washington state. Its part of the Wenatchee Mountains, which are a subset of the Cascade Ra ...

United States Forest Service v. Cowpasture River Preservation Assn.

United States Forest Service v. Cowpasture River Preservation Assn., 590 U.S. ___, was a United States Supreme Court case involving the permitting of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline under the Appalachian Trail in the George Washington National Forest ...

DR Class E 42

The DR Class E 42 is a class of electric locomotives formerly operated by the Deutsche Reichsbahn in East Germany. They were later operated by Deutsche Bahn, designated as Class 142.

DR Class E 11

The DR Class E 11 is a class of electric locomotives formerly operated by the Deutsche Reichsbahn in East Germany. They were later operated by Deutsche Bahn, designated as Class 109.

Lome–Aneho railway

The Lome–Aneho railway was the first railway in the German protectorate of Togoland. Over a length of 44 kilometers, it connected the administrative center of Lome with the coastal town of Aneho. Colloquially, the coastal railway was also called ...

Donald Burgess McNeill

Donald Burgess McNeill was a physics and transport history writer, with his most notable academic work A Dictionary of Scientific Units - Including dimensionless numbers and scales co-authored with H. G. Jerrard whilst a lecturer at Southampton U ...

Class 58

Class 58 may refer to: Class 58.1: Saxon XIII H 1917 variant Class 58.9: BBO 580, BBO 380 British Rail Class 58, a type of British, Co-Co, diesel locomotive designed for heavy freight Class 58.2–3: Baden G 12 Class 58.5: Wurttemberg G 12 Class 58 ...

Control unit (disambiguation)

A control unit is a central, sometimes distributed but clearly distinguishable, part of a mechanism that controls its operation, for example in a computer or a motor vehicle. Control unit may refer to: Telecommunication control unit, a device att ...

Cynthia Bach

Cynthia Bach is an American jewelry designer based in Los Angeles, California. Her eponymous line is carried by Neiman Marcus and other retailers of fine jewelry around the world.

Meng Tang

Meng Elizabeth Tang is a Chinese-American media artist, art curator, and art professor well known for her photography, video installations and performance art. Tang uses her art to explore the themes of communication, gender, culture & politics. ...

Aerial base station

An Aerial base station, also known as unmanned aerial vehicle -mounted base station, is a flying antenna system that works as a hub between the backhaul network and the access network. If more than one ABS is involved in such a relaying mechanism ...

Brain Tumor Social Media

Brain Tumor Social Media is a patient and care partner-run, grassroots Twitter community that typically hosts tweet chats on the first Sunday of the month at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET. Tweet chats are facilitated by the Twitter account BTSMchat, are ...

Ranpak

Ranpak Holdings Corp. manufactures machines and paper products used in protective paper-based packing for shipping goods and merchandise for e-commerce and industry. The company is based in Concord, OH, and has production facilities and offices i ...

Associated Farmers of California

The Associated Farmers of California was an influential anti-labor organization in California between 1934 and 1939. Agricultural and business leaders formed the organization to counter growing labor activism in California. The AF was responsible ...

Teamsters Local 1932

Teamsters Local 1932 is a labor union based in San Bernardino, CA representing public sector employees throughout San Bernardino County. Teamsters Local 1932 is the largest union in the County of San Bernardino, representing 11.000 of the Countys ...

Richard Champion (Colorado politician)

Richard Champion is an American politician and businessman from the state of Colorado. A Republican, Champion has represented the 38th district of the Colorado House of Representatives, based in western Arapahoe County, since 2020.

J. Augustus Smith

Smith was born in Gainesville, Florida, in 1891. He made his stage debut during childhood, playing in minstrel shows. In 1911, Smith formed his own minstrel company, with which he toured the United States. He went on to have a career in acting an ...

Hyperlink InfoSystem

Hyperlink InfoSystem is a multinational Information Technology services company headquartered in Ahmedabad, India, with its other offices in United States, UK, France, UAE and Australia. As per the research Hyperlink InfoSystem has brought down t ...

Georgie Boynton Child

Georgie Smith Boynton was born in Woodbridge, New Jersey, the daughter of Casimir Whitman Boynton and Eunice Adelia Harriman Boynton. She earned a bachelors degree from Vassar College in 1895. Her older sister Louise Boynton was the partner and p ...

Olive Stott Gabriel

Olive Stott Gabriel was an American activist, clubwoman, and lawyer, active in Republican politics in New York City. She served as president of the National Association of Women Lawyers in the early 1930s and was a champion of many Progressive Er ...

Eric Yaverbaum

Eric Yaverbaum is an American businessman, writer, bestselling author, and the CEO of Ericho Communications, a New York-based public relations agency. A career public relations professional, Yaverbaum has represented Domino’s Pizza, IKEA, and H&a ...