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Guayabal

Guayabal may refer to: El Guayabal, a town in Veracruz, Mexico Guayabal, Independencia, a town in the Independencia province of the Dominican Republic Guayabal, Azua, a town in the Azua province of the Dominican Republic Guayabal Medellin Armero ...

Gomez (disambiguation)

Lake Gomez, near the city of Junin, Buenos Aires Province Gomez Nunatak, a nunatak in Palmer Land, Antarctica Gomez Municipality, Nueva Esparta, Venezuela Gomez, Kentucky, United States, an unincorporated community Gomez, Buenos Aires, Argentina ...

Newport Railway

Pontypool, Caerleon and Newport Railway: a line between its namesake towns in Monmouthshire, South Wales. Newport, Abergavenny and Hereford Railway: a railway line connecting the Welsh port of Newport to the English town of Hereford. Newport and ...

Lamont Roach Jr.

Born in Washington, D.C., Roach was raised in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. When he was nine years old, he accompanied his father and his cousin to No" X” Cuse Boxing Club in Capitol Heights, where he got to hit a punching bag for the first time and ...

Bridal Veil Falls

Govetts Leap Falls, also called the Bridal Veil Falls, in the Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales Bridal Veil Falls, Leura, in the Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales

Flank eruption

A flank eruption is a volcanic eruption which occurs on the flanks of a volcano, instead of at its summit. Such eruptions occur when the conduit connecting the summit to the magma chamber below is blocked, forcing the magma to move laterally. At ...

Elisabeta

Elisabeta is a Romanian female name, equivalent to Elizabeth, and may refer to: Elisabeta Știrbey Elisabeta Anghel Elisabeta Rizea Elisabeta Movila Elisabeta Polihroniade Elisabeta Lipa Elisabeta Ionescu Elisabeta Turcu Elisabeta Lazar Elisabeta ...

Gura

Gura Fagetului, village in Topliceni Commune, Buzau County Gura Saratii, village in Merei Commune, Buzau County Gura-Menti, village in Borascu Commune, Gorj County Gura Suhașului, village in Ocnele Mari town, Valcea County Gura Voii River, tribut ...

Veterans Memorial Stadium

Veterans Memorial Stadium is the name of several different facilities, mostly located in the United States: Veterans Memorial Stadium Erie, Pennsylvania Veterans Memorial Stadium Troy University, Alabama Veterans Memorial Stadium Lawrence, Massac ...

Mandai Wildlife Bridge

The Mandai Wildlife Bridge is an ecological bridge in Singapore. It links portions of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve that are otherwise separated by the Mandai Lake Road. The bridge will allow animals, but not people, to cross from one part ...

NVSS

NVSS may refer to: NRAO VLA Sky Survey, an astronomical survey of the northern hemisphere National Vital Statistics System, a U.S. government vital statistics system NVSS designation, names like NVSS 2146+82 for objects catalogued by the survey S ...

Sisters Islands

Sister or Sisters Island or Islands may refer to several individual islands or island groups: India The Sisters Andaman, two islands in the Duncan Passage, Andaman Islands, India West Sister Island Andaman East Sister Island Andaman Australia Inn ...

Yew (disambiguation)

in Singapore Yew Tee MRT station Yew Tee, district Yew Lian Park Yew Tree, West Bromwich Yew Tree Tarn, a lake in the Lake District Kenn Church, Kenn Pier & Yew Tree Farm SSSI in the United Kingdom Yew Tree, Liverpool

Stadium station

Stadium station may refer to: Stadium–Ithan Avenue station, a rapid transit station in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, United States, formerly named Stadium station Stadium station MetroLink, a light rail station in St. Louis, Missouri, United Sta ...

Altes Schloss

Altes Schloss or Altes SchloS, which is German for "Old Palace" or "Old Castle", may refer to the following structures: Germany Altes Schloss Bad Berneck, Bad Berneck, county of Heilbronn, Bavaria Altes Schloss Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttem ...

Feistritz

Feistritz bei Knittelfeld, in Styria Feistritz an der Drau, part of Paternion, in Carinthia Feistritz Lafnitz, a river in Styria, tributary of the Lafnitz Feistritz an der Gail, in Carinthia Feistritz ob Bleiburg, in Carinthia Feistritz im Rosent ...

El Pinar

El Pinar is a Spanish term referring to a pine tree. As a proper name it probably originated in Aragonese. It may refer to: El Pinar, Granada, Andalusia El Pinar, Canary Islands El Pinar de El Hierro Platja del Pinar, beach of El Pinar del Grau A ...

Solana

Solana del Pino, a village in Ciudad Real, Spain Solana, Cagayan, a municipality in the Philippines Solana, the main galaxy in the Ratchet & Clank series that Ratchet and Clank are from. Solana Valley, a valley in Aragon, Spain Solana State Fores ...

Lake Hule

Lake Hule, which translates to Lake of Rubber, due to the abundance of rubber trees nearby, it is a fresh water crater lake located in the northern highlands of Costa Rica. It is part of a complex of lakes comprising Lake Hule, Lake Congo and Lak ...

Lake Botos

Lake Botos is located within Botos cone crater, it has an almost circular outline. It is around 7.540 years old, drains through Angel River, and surrounding forest is classified as tropical, subtropical and some paramo vegetation. There are aroun ...

Pine Lake

Pine Lake Township, Cass County, Minnesota Pine Lake, Iron County, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Pine Lake Township, Pine County, Minnesota Pine Lake, Arizona Pine Lake Township, Otter Tail County, Minnesota Pine Lake, Wisconsin, a town ...

Yushan

Yushan District 雨山区, Maanshan, Anhui Yu Shan 玉山, highest point in Taiwan Yushan National Park 玉山國家公園, Taiwan Yushan County 玉山县, Jiangxi Yushan Island 漁山列島, Xiangshan, Zhejiang Yushan 虞山, Changshu, Jiangsu Yushan Range 玉山山脈 ...

Xiulang Bridge metro station

Xiulang Bridge station is a station on the Taipei Metros Circular line. The station was opened on 31 January 2020. It is located in Zhonghe District, New Taipei, Taiwan, near the banks of the Xindian River. The station name is derived of the brid ...

Vahdat (disambiguation)

Vahdat is a city in Tajikistan. Vahdat or Vakhdat may also refer to: Vahdat, Kermanshah, a village in Iran Vahdat Rural District Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, an administrative subdivision of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran Vahda ...

Çağlayan

In Turkey Çağlayan, Giresun Çağlayan, Gerze Çağlayan, Pulumur Çağlayan, Fındıklı Çağlayan, Odemis Çağlayan, Sebinkarahisar Çağlayan, Kağıthane which hosts the Istanbul Çağlayan Justice Palace Çağlayan, Çivril Çağlayan, Ulubey Çağlayan, Kalkandere ...

Repression

Repression may refer to: Political repression, the oppression or persecution of an individual or group for political reasons "Repression" Star Trek: Voyager, an episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek: Voyager, the fourth episo ...

Virgin Trains (disambiguation)

Virgin Trains was the operator of the InterCity West Coast rail franchise in the United Kingdom. Virgin Trains may also refer to: Virgin MiamiCentral, a railroad station in Miami, Florida Virgin Trains ExpressCoach, a former coach brand in Englan ...

Jandakot Regional Park

Jandakot Regional Park is a conservation park approximately 20 kilometers south of Perth, Western Australia, located within the Cities of Armadale, Canning, Cockburn, Gosnells and Kwinana as well as the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale. The park, e ...

Pionair Australia

Pionair Australia has been operating for over 20 years, specialising in both dangerous and non-dangerous cargo transport, FIFO operations and charter transport. The airline holds an IAOC permit, allowing the airline to operate and carry passenger ...

Mount Cook (disambiguation)

Mount Cook, officially named Aoraki / Mount Cook, is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Mount Cook may also refer to: Mount Cook Antarctica Mount Cook, Wellington, a suburb of Wellington, New Zealand Mount Cook Saint Elias Mountains in Canada/U ...

IMX

IMX may refer to: IMX TV series, or Interactive Music Exchange, an American music television program from 2003-04 IMx, an American R&B group, also known as Immature IMx album, 2001 album MPEG IMX, a digital video format for Betacam i.MX, a fa ...

MAU

MAU may refer to: Medical Assessment Unit, or acute assessment unit, a short-stay department in some British, Australian, and New Zealand hospitals that may be linked with the emergency department Marine Amphibious Unit, a former term for a marin ...

Leptospermum polyanthum

Leptospermum polyanthum is a rigid, spreading shrub or small tree that is endemic to New South Wales. It has thin, rough bark, young stems that are hairy at first, elliptical leaves, relatively small white flowers and fruit are shed when the seed ...

LBHS

LBHS may refer to: Lake Brantley High School, Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA Laguna Beach High School, Laguna Beach, California, USA Long Beach High School, multiple schools Long Bay High School, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos UK Lemon Bay Hig ...

Danubian Plain

Danubian Plain can be a translation of: the Slovak name Podunajska nizina -literally: Danubian Lowland for the Slovak part of the Little Alfold, see Danubian Lowland the approximate Serbian name Podunavska nizija - literally: Danubian Lowland for ...

Wen

Wen, wen, or WEN may refer to: Wen Jiabao born 1942, Chinese premier beginning in 2003 Wen surname 文, 温, 闻, 问, pinyin romanization of several Chinese surnames WEN, ICAO airline designator for WestJet Encore WEN, Amtrak station code for Columb ...

Hongqiao

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport 上海虹桥国际机场, secondary airport of Shanghai, named after Hongqiao, Minhang District, Shanghai Hongqiao Road Station 虹桥路站, interchange station on the Shanghai Metro Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station ...

TNU

TNU may refer to: Tungnan University, Taiwan Television Nacional Uruguay The Neotia University, Bengal, India Thai Nguyên University, Vietnam Trevecca Nazarene University, United States Tajik National University Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky Un ...

Aidos Yerbossynuly

Yerbossynuly made his professional debut on 2 October 2015, scoring a first-round technical knockout TKO victory over Sergei Dologzhiev at the Circus in Lviv, Ukraine. After compiling a record of 8–0 7 KOs, he defeated Aliaksandr Sushchyts on 15 ...

William Fox (organist)

William Fox is an English organist, currently Sub-Organist of St Pauls Cathedral. Fox was successively a chorister at York Minster, Junior Organ Scholar at Wells Cathedral and Organ Scholar at Hereford Cathedral. While in Hereford he became a Fel ...

Aeschylus (disambiguation)

Several people or things bear the name Aeschylus: Aeschylus of Cnidus, contemporary of Cicero, and one of the most celebrated rhetoricians in Asia Minor Aeschylus of Athens, King of Athens from 778-755 BC Aeschylus of Alexandria, epic poet in the ...

Livada

Livada may refer to: Several places in Bulgaria Livada, Burgas, a village in Kameno Municipality, Burgas Province Livada, Tinos, a village on the island of Tinos Several places in Greece Livada, Crete, a village in Chania regional unit in Crete L ...

Aappilattoq

Aappilattoq Island Upernavik Icefjord, an island in the Upernavik Archipelago in northwestern Greenland, home to the settlement of Aappilattoq, Avannaata Aappilattoq Island Tasiusaq Bay, an uninhabited island in the Upernavik Archipelago in north ...

Pictograph Cave

Pictograph Cave may refer to: Pictograph Cave Lake Whitney, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Texas Pictograph Cave, Deschutes County, Oregon, part of the Arnold Lava Tube System Pictograph Cave Mountain View, Arkansas, listed on the NRHP in Arkansas ...

The Tract of Kimasar

The Kimasar river gorge is the second longest side gorge of the Malaya-Almatinka river basin in Kazakhstan. It has a length of 6 km. Thanks to the waters of the Malaya Almatinka river, the Eastern part of the city of Almaty is fed. The right gorg ...

Bay FM

Bay FM is the on-air name used by four unconnected Australian radio stations: 93.9 Bay FM: an adult contemporary-formatted commercial radio station in Geelong, Victoria Bay FM 99.3: a classic hits-formatted narrowcast radio station in Nelson Bay, ...

Island Air

Island Air may refer to: Island Airlines, an air shuttle between Nantucket and mainland Cape Cod as well as additional service in the northeast US Island Air Washington, a medical evacuation operator based at Friday Harbor Airport, Washington, US ...

Thunderbird Falls

Thunderbird falls is a waterfall located in Eklutna, Alaska. It has an elevation of about 100 feet and flows into the Eklutna River. Due to its proximity to Anchorage, about a thirty-minute drive, it is a popular place for tourists and those livi ...

Saidpur

Saidpur, Bangladesh, a city in Bangladesh Saidpur Airport Saidpur Upazila, an Upazila of Nilphamari District Saidpur Cantonment, a cantonment of the Bangladesh Army

FNR

Fast-neutron reactor Ford Nuclear Reactor at the University of Michigan FNR regulon Ferredoxin - NADP+ reductase Agency for Renewable Resources German: Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe, in Germany