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Maryland Route 496

Maryland Route 496 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Maryland. Known as Bachmans Valley Road, the state highway runs 7.23 miles from MD 97 near Pleasant Valley east to MD 30 in Melrose. MD 496 was constructed from Pleasant Valley to Bachman ...

Detmold, Maryland

Detmold is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Allegany County, Maryland, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 71. Detmold is in western Allegany County along Maryland Route 36, which leads north 9 mi ...

Monrovia, Maryland

Monrovia is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Frederick County, in the U.S. state of Maryland. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 416. The ZIP code for the area is 21770.

Perry Hall, Maryland

Perry Hall is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. The population was 28.474 at the 2010 census.

Riverdale Baptist School

Riverdale Baptist School is a private Christian school located in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. It serves students ranging in grade levels from Pre-K through 12th grade. It is located in Prince Georges County, Maryland, and accredited both through Mi ...

Christ Church, Graveyard and Sextons House

Christ Church, Graveyard and Sextons House is an historic Episcopal church complex located at Worton, Kent County, Maryland. The church, also known as Christ Church IU, is a small brick structure, basilican in plan, with a narrower sanctuary appe ...

Providence

Providence often refers to: Divine providence, divinely ordained events and outcomes in Christianity Providence, Rhode Island, the capital of Rhode Island in the United States Providentia, the divine personification of foresight in ancient Roman ...

R. L. Wright

Dr. Ronald Wright is an American Baptist pastor, fiction writer, retired police officer and retired Detective. He has written numerous true crime, spiritual christian literature and books, in addition to authoritative books on addiction and narco ...

Pawtucket Congregational Church (Lowell, Massachusetts)

The Pawtucket Congregational Church is a historic church at 15 Mammoth Road in Lowell, Massachusetts. It sits across Massachusetts Route 113 from the Merrimack River at Pawtucket Falls on the site at which the Pennacook sachem Passaconaway once l ...

Sanborn House (Winchester, Massachusetts)

The Sanborn House at 15 High Street is one of the few surviving country house models in Winchester, Massachusetts. Nine and one-half acres of property was purchased in 1904 by Oren Sanborn, younger son of James Sanborn, the co-founder of Chase & ...

Holland Christian Schools

Holland Christian Schools is a private Christian school system located in Holland, Michigan. The Holland Christian Schools educate students ranging in age from Pre-K through 12th grade. The school system was established by members of the Christia ...

Delton, Michigan

Delton is located in southwestern Barry County. It is bordered to the north by Hope Township. To the west the CDP extends slightly into Prairieville Township, Cloverdale and Cedar Creek. State highway M-43 runs through the town center, leading no ...

Up from the Ashes (song)

Up from the Ashes is an upcoming song by American recording artists Kanye West and Dr. Dre from their collaborative album Jesus Is King Part II. The song was initially intended for Wests ninth studio album Jesus Is King and previewed during liste ...

Burton-Rosenmeier House

The Burton-Rosenmeier House is a historic house in Little Falls, Minnesota. Built in 1903 by businessman Barney Burton, the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 13, 1986, for both its architectural and historical s ...

Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson athlete born 1967, Jamaican Olympic hurdler Mark Thompson baseball born 1971, baseball player Mark Thompson footballer born 1963, former Australian rules football premiership captain and coach Mark Thomson darts player born 1963, En ...

2017 All-SEC football team

The 2017 All-SEC football team consists of American football players selected to the All-Southeastern Conference chosen by the Associated Press and the conference coaches for the 2017 Southeastern Conference football season. Georgia won the confe ...

Way

a straight rail or track on a machine tool, such as that on the bed of a lathe on which part of the machine slides Way vessel, a ships speed or momentum Ways, large slipway in shipbuilding, the ramps down which a ship is pushed in order to be lau ...

Planter

Cachepot, another term for the same Jardiniere, one such type of pot, mostly indoor types A flowerpot or box for plants Window box, a planter attached to a windowsill, on the outside Flower box, another type of planter, mostly for outdoors Sub-ir ...

2001 Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament

The 2001 Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament was held at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in Hoover, Alabama from May 16th through May 20th. Mississippi State defeated LSU in the championship game, earning the Southeastern Conferences automati ...

Johnson Twinomujuni

Johnson Twinomujuni is an Anglican bishop in Uganda: since 2014 he has served as the Bishop of West Ankole. Twinomujuni was born in 1968 in Muko, Mbarara District. He was educated at the African Bible College in Malawi; the Reformed Theological S ...

WCCA

WCCA may refer to: WCCA-TV, the Public, educational, and government access PEG community cable TV television station in Worcester, Massachusetts Wartime Civilian Control Administration Waterloo Region Chinese Community Association, 滑铁卢地区华人 ...

Churchill, Montana

Churchill is a census-designated place in Gallatin County, Montana, United States. The population was 902 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Bozeman, MT Micropolitan Statistical Area. It was formerly part of the Amsterdam-Churchill CDP.

Missouri Route 87

Route 87 is a highway in central Missouri. Its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 54 in Eldon, and its northern terminus is at Route 5/240 in Glasgow. Parts of the road are overlapped by the Lewis and Clark Trail and Santa Fe Trail.

Springfield metropolitan area, Missouri

The Springfield, Missouri, metropolitan area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of five counties in southwestern Missouri, anchored by the city of Springfield, the states third largest city. Other primary popula ...

Missouri Route 14

Route 14 is a state highway traveling through the southern part of the U.S. state of Missouri. Its western terminus is at U.S. Route 60 in Marionville, and its eastern terminus is at US 63 on the northern edge of West Plains. Route 14 is a two-la ...

2020 coronavirus pandemic in Missouri

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic was confirmed to have reached the U.S. state of Missouri in March 2020. As of April 27, 2020, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has confirmed 7.171 cases and 288 deaths in the state.

2008 Montana Democratic primary

The Montana Democratic Presidential Primary took place on June 3, 2008, with 16 delegates at stake. Along with South Dakota, it was one of the last two elections in the 2008 Democratic Party Presidential Primary. The winner in Montanas at-large c ...

2019–20 Montana Grizzlies basketball team

The 2019–20 Montana Grizzlies basketball team represents the University of Montana during the 2019–20 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. The Grizzlies, led by sixth-year head coach Travis DeCuire, play their home games at Dahlberg Arena in M ...

This Is the Life

"This Is the Life", by The Dismemberment Plan from The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified "This Is the Life" Hannah Montana song, by Miley Cyrus, performing as Hannah Montana "This Is the Life", by Irving Berlin "This Is the Life", by Rick Ross from ...

Frozen

Frozen 2013 film, a Disney animated film inspired by Hans Christian Andersens The Snow Queen Frozen 2010 American film, a thriller film by Adam Green Frozen Fever 2015, a short sequel to the film Frozen 2013 Frozen 2005 film, a film by Juliet McK ...

Sexton

Sexton, Indiana, an unincorporated community Sexton, Arkansas, United States, a former community Sexton, Iowa, United States, a former town Sextons Burrows, peninsula at the harbour of Watermouth Bay on the North Devon coast, England Sexton Glaci ...

2018 NAIA Division I Mens Basketball Tournament

The 2018 NAIA Division I Mens Basketball Tournament was held in March at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri. The 81st annual NAIA basketball tournament features 32 teams playing in a single-elimination format. The opening game round st ...

Frank Smith

Frank Smith psycholinguist, American psycholinguist, researcher of educational systems and the nature of learning Frank Edward Smith 1876–1970, British physicist

Paul Schmidhalter

Paul Schmidhalter was a Swiss politician. He was a member of the National Council of Switzerland from 1983 to 1995 and served as the President of the National Council from 1992 to 1993. He was a member of the Christian Democratic Peoples Party of ...

Sentinel

Sentinel, California Sentinel Island disambiguation Sentinel, Arizona Sentinel, Missouri Sentinel, Oklahoma

Mike Eldred (singer)

Mike Eldred is an American tenor singer known for his work in musical theater. He has performed on Broadway and in regional productions. He has also appeared in concert, as well as on recordings, radio, and television.

KZLW

KZLW is a radio station licensed to Gretna, Nebraska, United States. The station airs a format consisting of Christian talk and teaching and Christian music, and is currently owned by My Bridge Radio. The stations transmitter is located near Waho ...

2012 All-Big Ten Conference football team

The 2012 All-Big Ten Conference football team consists of American football players chosen as All-Big Ten Conference players for the 2012 Big Ten Conference football season. The conference recognizes two official All-Big Ten selectors: the Big Te ...

KCMI

KCMI is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format. KCMI is licensed to serve the community of Terrytown, Nebraska, United States. The station is currently operated under Christian Media Incorporated.

Wow

World of Warplanes, an online flight simulator Worlds of Wonder toy company, a 1980s American toy company World of Warcraft, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warships, an online naval simulator Sega Wow, a video game comp ...

Fannie Gaston-Johansson

Fannie Gaston-Johansson is an American professor of nursing. She is a professor emerita and university distinguished professor at Johns Hopkins University. Gaston-Johansson researched health disparities, pain management, and coping strategies in ...

The Anointed One

The Anointed or The Anointed One may refer to: A person prophesied in Daniel 9:25 who will come or appear, or be known publicly after 490 Sixty-nine Sevens years from a word or command to restore and rebuild Jerusalem The Messiah, the savior and ...

CIF Sac-Joaquin Section

The Sac-Joaquin Section is the governing body of public and private high school athletics in parts of Northern San Joaquin Valley, California. Its geographic area also covers the California portion of the Lake Tahoe region; however, three schools ...

Machaeranthera

Machaeranthera is a genus of North American flowering plants in the daisy family which are known by the common name tansyaster. Tansyasters are variable in appearance. Some are small, singular wildflowers, while others are sprawling shrubs. Sever ...

Monte Cristo

Monte Cristo Gold Mine, a mine in Los Angeles County, Californai Monte Cristo, Sierra County, California, a former settlement and gold mine Monte Cristo Cottage, Eugene ONeills summer home in Connecticut Monte Cristo Mountains, a mountain range i ...

Homalonychus

Homalonychus is a genus of araneomorph spiders, and is the only genus in the family Homalonychidae. It was first described by George Marx in 1891. As of May 2019 it contains only three species: H. raghavai, H. selenopoides, and H. theologus. Two ...

American Party

American Party 1969, a successor of the 1968 American Independent Party who had nominated Gov. George C. Wallace of Alabama American Party Texas, a one-man 1920 vehicle in Texas for James E. "Pa" Ferguson, which drew a plurality in some counties ...

IAP

Islamic Association of Palestine, a defunct Islamic fund-raising organization International Academy of Pathology, an international organization dedicated to the advancement of Pathology through educational exchanges worldwide. Italian African Pol ...

Hungry (disambiguation)

Hungry XYZ album, 1991 Hungry, a 1971 album by Billy Guy, credited to The Coasters Hungry Christian music album, a 1999 album of worship songs, or the title song Hungry Brainstorm album, 1997

Mermaid (disambiguation)

The Mermaid river, a watercourse in Norfolk, England Mermaid Quay, a shopping and leisure complex in Cardiff Bay, Wales