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Watson Creek (California)

Watson Creek is a stream in northern California. It runs about 3 miles, from its source near Watson Lake, below Mount Watson, draining into Lake Tahoe. The Tahoe Rim Trail runs across the creek in its headwaters meadow, and along the eastern shor ...

                                               

Big Creek Lake (Iowa)

Big Creek Lake is a lake situated in the Big Creek State Park in Polk County, Iowa. The lake is situated two miles to the north of Polk City, spreads across 814 acres and is 51 meters deep. The lakes purpose was to protect Polk City from floods. ...

                                               

Wovoka Wilderness

The Wovoka Wilderness is a wilderness area in Lyon County in the state of Nevada in the United States. Part of Humboldt–Toiyabe National Forest, Wovoka Wilderness was designated part of the National Wilderness Preservation System in December 2014 ...

                                               

Watonga Lake

Watonga Lake is a reservoir in Blaine County, Oklahoma. It is 7 miles north of Watonga, Oklahoma. Constructed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation in 1955, is adjacent to Roman Nose State Park, with which it shares many recreationa ...

                                               

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (season 22)

The twenty-second season of the American crime-drama television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit was ordered on February 27, 2020, by NBC. The season is set to air during the 2020–21 television season. The season will be produced by Wolf ...

                                               

Señora Acero (season 2)

The second season of Señora Acero, an American television series produced by Argos Comunicacion and Telemundo Studios, it premiered on 22 September 2015, and ended on 11 January 2016 with a total of seventy-five episodes. The season revolves arou ...

                                               

List of pipeline accidents in the United States in 1982

The following is a list of pipeline accidents in the United States in 1982. It is one of several lists of U.S. pipeline accidents. See also: list of natural gas and oil production accidents in the United States.

                                               

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association

The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association is a non-union club and lobbying organization for federal law enforcement, including the Secret Service, DHSs Air Marshals and TSAs Transportation Security Officers.

                                               

Charlotte Premium Outlets

The Charlotte Premium Outlets is a 399.000-square-foot open-air outlet mall located in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is located off of Interstate 485 in the Steele Creek neighborhood. It is owned by Simon Property Group.

                                               

Pocono

Pocono Creek, a tributary of Brodhead Creek in the Poconos Pocono Ridge, a neighborhood in Brookfield, Connecticut Pocono Mountains, a mountainous region in northeastern Pennsylvania Pocono Biological Laboratories, a company related to Sanofi pas ...

                                               

AP Examination controversy - 2020

2020 Advanced Placement Examination controversy was a controversy which involved College Board, a nonprofit education company, allegedly performing a series of potentially illegal activities, including phishing students and creating unfair testin ...

                                               

Howard–Morgan State football rivalry

The rivalry between the Howard Bison and Morgan State Bears is a matchup between two HBCU schools, one of the oldest rivalries in black college football. The series started in 1899. Since 1931, the two schools met 73 times; the Bears lead the ser ...

                                               

2020–21 New York Cosmos season

The 2020–21 New York Cosmos season is the new Cosmos sixth season of professional play and first playing in the National Independent Soccer Association. Including the previous franchise, this is the 20th season of a club entitled New York Cosmos ...

                                               

Burl Fowler Stadium

Burl Fowler Stadium is a stadium in Monett, Missouri. It is used for Football, Mens Soccer and Womens Soccer, and is the home field of the Monett Cubs. Opening in 1968 and expanded since the stadium holds approximately 5.000 people.

                                               

1990–91 Iowa State Cyclones mens basketball team

The 1990–91 Iowa State Cyclones mens basketball team represented Iowa State University during the 1990–91 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The Cyclones were coached by Johnny Orr, who was in his 11th season. They played their home games at ...

                                               

James Pipes

James Pipes was an American soldier who fought with the Union Army in the American Civil War. Pipes received his countrys highest award for bravery during combat, the Medal of Honor, for actions taken on July 2, 1863 during the Battle of Gettysburg.

                                               

Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground

The Shockoe Hill African Burying Ground was established in 1816 by the City of Richmond, Virginia for the interment of free people of color and the enslaved. It was a segregated part of the "Shockoe Hill Burying Ground", also known as the "Shocko ...

                                               

Lydia Weld

Lydia" Rose” Gould Weld, was one of the first women to graduate with an engineering degree from any college in the United States and the first in Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

                                               

Joseph Bauer

Bauer was born on April 18, 1845 in the Grand Duchy of Baden. When he was seven, he immigrated with his parents to America, settling in Rochester, New York. He began working as a shoemaker when he was fourteen, and was working in the profession w ...

                                               

Henry Wolfert

Wolfert was born on January 26, 1826 in Bobstadt, the Grand Duchy of Baden. He immigrated to America in 1846. He settled in East New York, a neighborhood in Brooklyn. He worked as a cigar dealer on 2586 Fulton St. In 1871, Wolfert was elected con ...

                                               

William H. Raymond

William H. Raymond was an American soldier who fought with the Union Army in the American Civil War. Raymond received his countrys highest award for bravery during combat, the Medal of Honor, for actions taken on July 3, 1863 during the Battle of ...

                                               

Results of the September 1914 Swedish general election

The General Electoral League and Farmers League had a tactical arrangement that saw all the votes for the latter land as Electoral League in the constituencies. Therefore, the Electoral League may correctly also be attributed 268.631 votes or 36.7 %.

                                               

Herb Eisele

Herbert Charles "Skeeter" Eisele was an American football coach and college athletics administrator. He served as the head football coach at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio from 1947 to 1958, compiling a record of 60–36–5. Eis ...

                                               

MLS is Back Tournament Final

The MLS is Back Tournament Final will be a soccer match held on August 11, 2020 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex near Orlando, Florida. It will be the final match of the MLS is Back Tournament, a competition marking the resumption of the ...

                                               

1981 Colgate Red Raiders football team

The 1981 Colgate Red Raiders football team was an American football team that represented Colgate University as an independent during the 1981 NCAA Division I-A football season. In its first season under head coach Frederick Dunlap, the team comp ...

                                               

1980 Colgate Red Raiders football team

The 1980 Colgate Red Raiders football team was an American football team that represented Colgate University as an independent during the 1980 NCAA Division I-A football season. In its fifth season under head coach Frederick Dunlap, the team comp ...

                                               

1978 Colgate Red Raiders football team

The 1978 Colgate Red Raiders football team was an American football team that represented Colgate University as an independent during the 1978 NCAA Division I-A football season. In its third season under head coach Frederick Dunlap, the team comp ...

                                               

Hello Wood

Hello Wood is a Budapest-based company that designs and builds custom-made, temporary, and site-specific public installations mainly made from wood. Founded by Andras Huszar, Peter Pozsar and David Raday, Hello Wood began as an art camp in 2010. ...

                                               

Thomas H. Bowen

Mary Ann Bowen c. 1827 – 11 August 1888 and Robert George Bowen – 17 November 1869, emigrated to South Australia from England with their small family aboard the ship Hooghly, arriving in June 1839. He was a builder and contractor in the early day ...

                                               

Recorded by Arizal

Recorded by Arizal is an American 2D animated series created by Rooster Teeth director Yssa Badiola, a four-part prelude to upcoming story, and first episode was released on July 13, 2020. This series will first premiere for RoosterTeeth FIRST me ...

                                               

Illia Kovtun

Illia Kovtun is a Ukrainian artistic gymnast. In 2019, he won the silver medal in the mens team event and the bronze medal in the mens all-around event at the 2019 Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships held in Gyor, Hungary. He also comp ...

                                               

Baroduary

According to villagers the name of that is Baroduary means "a palace with twelve doors". Baro means "twelve" and Duary means "the one with doors"; thus, the total sums up to "the twelve with doors".Baroduary is basically known for Hat means Bazaa ...

                                               

Moroccan kaftan

Moroccan kaftan is a traditional Moroccan outfit. In the form of a long tunic, in general with long sleeves, worn with a belt which can be extended under a lot of styles and colors. The Moroccan kaftan results from the expertise of craftsmen and ...

                                               

Semaforo de Anaga

The Semaforo de Anaga or Semaforo de Igueste is a former semaphore station located near Igueste, Tenerife, Canary Islands. Opened in 1895, it operated until 1970, after which it was abandoned.

                                               

Godwin Olofua

Godwin Richard Olofua is a Nigerian badminton player who participated at local and international badminton competitions representing Nigeria and has won several trophies. Olofua won gold medal in the mixed team event with silver and bronze medals ...

                                               

Juozas Baltusis

Juozas Baltusis, also known by his pseudonym Albertas Juozenas was a Soviet Lithuanian writer, radio and press operative and public figure. A popular author in Lithuania, albeit with a strong Soviet identity, among his best known works are the 19 ...

                                               

Peter Rafferty (Medal of Honor)

Peter F. Rafferty was an American soldier, a private in the union army. He received the Medal of Honor after being injured in the Battle of Malvern Hill.

                                               

1967 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)

The 1967 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works b ...

                                               

Hercules Rollock

Hercules Rollock, Edinburgh schoolmaster and writer of Latin verse. He was born in Dundee, and an elder brother of Robert Rollock. He graduated at the University of St Andrews, was regent at Kings College, Aberdeen, and then spent several years a ...

                                               

Channel 9 TV Tower

The Channel 9 TV Tower also known as the Willoughby Tower or the TCN-9 TXA TV tower, is a free-standing lattice tower with square cross section. TCN, the Sydney flagship television station used by the Nine Network in Sydney, Australia has its bro ...

                                               

Simon Fitz Peter

Simon Fitz Peter was an English noble who during his career was sheriff of Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire in the reign of Henry II, marshal in 1165, and justice-itinerant in Bedfordshire in 1163. The patronymic is sometimes re ...

                                               

Wye station

Ross-on-Wye railway station, a former station in Herefordshire, England Redbrook on Wye railway station, a former station in Gloucestershire, England Ross-on-Wye weather station, an automated weather station in Herefordshire, England Wye railway ...

                                               

List of dales in the Peak District

This is a list of dales in the Peak District of England, arranged geographically from north to south. Most lie within the Peak District National Park, but others lie outside its borders. Side dales are indented under the dale from which they bran ...

                                               

Runnymede, Tasmania

Runnymede is a rural locality and town in the local government areas of Southern Midlands and Glamorgan–Spring Bay in the Central and South-east regions of Tasmania. It is located about 48 kilometres south-east of the town of Oatlands. The 2016 c ...

                                               

Woodsdale, Tasmania

Woodsdale is a rural locality and town in the local government areas of Southern Midlands and Glamorgan–Spring Bay in the Central and South-east regions of Tasmania. It is located about 32 kilometres south-east of the town of Oatlands. The 2016 c ...

                                               

Casting at the 2001 World Games – Mens fly accuracy

The mens fly accuracy competition in casting at the 2001 World Games took place from 22 to 24 August 2001 at the Akita Prefectural Central Park in Akita, Japan.

                                               

Casting at the 2001 World Games – Mens fly distance single handed

The mens fly distance single handed competition in casting at the 2001 World Games took place from 22 to 24 August 2001 at the Akita Prefectural Central Park in Akita, Japan.

                                               

Casting at the 2001 World Games – Mens multiplier accuracy

The mens multiplier accuracy competition in casting at the 2001 World Games took place from 22 to 24 August 2001 at the Akita Prefectural Central Park in Akita, Japan.

                                               

The Virtuous Queen of Han

The Virtuous Queen of Han is a 2014 historical fiction Chinese television series featuring the fictionalized life of Wei Zifu, the Empress of Han. Wang Luodan plays the titular character Wei Zifu, and stars alongside Raymond Lam, Niki Chow, Xu Zh ...

                                               

The Song of Glory

The Song of Glory is a 2020 Chinese television series. It is directed by Huang Bin and Li Huizhu, and stars Li Qin, Qin Hao, and Gu Jiacheng. It aired on July 1, 2020 and is considered a sidestory/sequel to The Princess Weiyoung.

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