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Lorraine, Virginia

Lorraine, Virginia: “ Vaoverland: new article, still working on it ”’Lorraine”’ was an unincorporated community in [[Henrico County, Virginia]]. Named for Edward Lorraine, the 19th centry chief engineer of the [[James River and Kanawha Canal]], Lorraine became a station stop of the [[Richmond and Allegheny Railroad]] which was built on the defunct canal’s [[right-of-way]] in […]

Siorarsuk Peninsula

Siorarsuk Peninsula: “ Rosiestep: [[WP:AES|←]]Created page with ””Siorarsuk Peninsula”'<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Siorarsuk Peninsula, Canada |…’ ”’Siorarsuk Peninsula”'<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Siorarsuk Peninsula, Canada |accessdate=2008-10-01 |}}</ref> is a finger-shaped [[peninsula]] in northern [[Baffin Island]] in the [[Qikiqtaaluk Region]] of [[Nunavut]], [[Canada]]. It juts into the [[Foxe Basin]] north of the [[Melville Peninsula]]. [[Jens Munk Island]] is {{convert|2.5|km|mi}} […]

Taylor Municipal Airport

Taylor Municipal Airport: “ Lantana sissy: [[WP:AES|←]]Created page with ‘Taylor Municipal Airport is located on Highway 79 North West of Taylor. The Airport is an important component of economic development for the City of Taylor and th…’ Taylor Municipal Airport is located on Highway 79 North West of Taylor. The Airport is an important component […]

Skelmuir Hill

Skelmuir Hill: “ Hadrianheugh: ”’Skelmuir Hill” is a landform in [[Aberdeenshire]], [[Scotland]]. This is the location of a [[Trig point]] or official government survey marker.<ref>Geograph, 2008</ref> ==See also== * [[Laeca Burn]] ==Line notes== {{reflist}} ==References== * Geograph Bristish Isles (2008) [} {{Aberdeenshire-stub}} “ (Via Wikipedia – New pages [en].)

Sports in Alaska

Sports in Alaska: “ Davumaya: Alaska is home to a number of sports teams and events, nearly all of which are based or located in [[Anchorage, Alaska]], the state’s largest city. In Anchorage, the [[Sullivan Arena]] is home to the [[Alaska Aces]] of the [[ECHL]] and the [[Alaska Anchorage Seawolves]] of the [[NCAA]] [[division I]]. […]

Clarke Sound

Clarke Sound: “ Rosiestep: Quick-adding category ‘Foxe Basin’ (using [[WP:HOTCAT|HotCat]]) ”’Clarke Sound”’ ({{coord|68|34|60|N|74|30|0|W}}) is a [[Foxe Basin]] waterway located between [[North Tweedsmuir Island]] and [[Baffin Island]] in [[Nunavut]], [[Canada]].<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Clarke Sound, Canada |accessdate=2008-10-01 |last= |first= |coauthors= |date= |work= |}}</ref> The sound was named after [[Louis Colville Gray Clarke]], curator of the [[Museum of […]

List of Ultras in the Eastern Himalayas

List of Ultras in the Eastern Himalayas: “ Mark J: names This is a list of all the [[Ultra prominent peak]]s (with [[topographic prominence]] greater than 1,500 metres) in the eastern [[Himalayas]]. ==[[Sutlej]] to [[Kali River (Uttarakhand)|Kali River]]s== {| class=’wikitable sortable’ !No !Peak !Country !Elevation (m) !Prominence (m) !Col (m) |- |1 |[[Nanda Devi]] |{{IND}} […]

Dunsfold Aerodrome

Dunsfold Aerodrome: “ 58apr18: typo Dunsfold Aerodrome was built by the Royal Canadian Army and civilian contractors as a A Class Bomber Airfield for Army Co-Operation Command. It was commanded by the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1942-1944 and was entitled Royal Canadian Air Force Station Dunsfold. First squadrons based on the aerodrome were 400, […]

Randolph, Tennessee

Randolph, Tennessee: “ DoxTxob: start article, copy from my sandbox [[Image:Randolph_TN_United_Methodist_Church.jpg|thumb|Randolph [[United Methodist Church]]]] ”’Randolph, Tennessee”’ is an [[unincorporated area|unincorporated]] rural community in [[Tipton County, Tennessee|Tipton County]]. Founded in [[1827]], the community is one of the earliest settlements in Tipton County. Randolph is located on the banks of the [[Mississippi River]]. ==History== Randolph was founded […]

The U (Utah)

The U (Utah): “ Dpodoll68: [[Image:MountVanCott.JPG|thumb|right|”The ‘Block U’ has overlooked the [[University of Utah]] since [[1907]].[]”]] ”’The U”’ is a nickname used for several [[university|universities]] and their sports teams, especially by the local community, and for those with prominent [[U|letter U]] logos. One of these institutions with a long history in this regard is the […]

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