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Vaucluse (disambiguation)

Communes of the Vaucluse department Vaucluse monastery, a monastery by the River Ain in Jura, France Vaucluse Mountains, in France Vaucluse, Doubs, a commune of the Doubs departement in France

Doi Luang (disambiguation)

Doi Luang, meaning Large Mountain, may refer to: Doi Luang, Phi Pan Nam Range, a 1.694 m high mountain in NW Phayao Province, Northern Thailand, the highest point of the Phi Pan Nam Range Doi Luang, former name of Doi Inthanon, the highest mounta ...

Cottonwood Canyon

Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, in the southern part of the state, traversed by Road 400 Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, near Salt Lake City Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, near Salt Lake City

George Burton Rigg

George Burton Rigg was an American botanist and ecologist, specializing in sphagnum bogs. In 1956 he received the Eminent Ecologist Award from the Ecological Society of America.

Christodoulos Floudas

Christodoulos Achilleus Floudas was a Greek–American chemical engineer. Floudas completed a diploma in chemical engineering at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1982, and received his Ph.D. in 1986 at Carnegie Mellon University under th ...

Devils pool (disambiguation)

Devils Pool is a natural pool at the confluence of three streams near Babinda, Queensland, Australia. Devils Pool or Devils pool may also refer to: Devils Pool Pennsylvania the section of Cresheim Creek just before its confluence with Wissahickon ...

Dry River

In Australia Dry River Queensland, a tributary of the Burdekin River Dry River Northern Territory Dry River Victoria, a tributary of the Mitchell River catchment in the Alpine region of Victoria Dry River New South Wales, a tributary of the Murra ...

Eightmile Creek

Eightmile Creek or Eight Mile Creek may refer to: in Australia Eight Mile Creek, Queensland, a rural locality in the Shire of Burdekin Eight Mile Creek South Australia, a watercourse in the south east of South Australia Eight Mile Creek, South Au ...

Benjamin Singleton (Australian settler)

Benjamin Singleton was a free settler, miller, and explorer of Australia in the early period of British colonisation. He was born in England on 7 August 1788 and arrived in the Colony of New South Wales on 14 February 1792 in the Pitt, a convict ...

Normanton

Normanton UK Parliament constituency old Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford UK Parliament constituency new Normanton, Derby Normanton, West Yorkshire Normanton rugby league, a former semi-professional club Normanton, Rutland Normanton, Leiceste ...

Ekai

Ekai This word remained intact over time, having been absorbed by a multitude of languages, and losing its origin in the history of time. The oldest references found in the Iberian Peninsula refer to the electric forces of nature, identifying wit ...

Cornerstone Elementary School

Cornerstone Elementary School may refer to: Cornerstone Elementary School in Sugar Land, Texas - Fort Bend Independent School District Norton Cornerstone Elementary School closed in Norton, Ohio - Norton City Schools Cornerstone Montessori Elemen ...

Lehigh Valley (disambiguation)

Lehigh Valley refers to: Lehigh Valley, a region in eastern Pennsylvania and a part of New Jersey in the United States It is also used in reference to: Lehigh Valley Hospital Lehigh Valley IronPigs Lehigh Valley Railroad Lehigh Valley Steam Lehig ...

Gric

Gric may refer to: In Bosnia and Herzegovina: Gric, Kotor Varos, a settlement in the municipality of Kotor Varos In Croatia: Gradec, Zagreb, a part of Zagreb Gric, Zumberak, a village in the municipality of Zumberak In Slovenia: Gric pri Trebnjem ...

Cerovec

Cerovec may refer to the following places in Slovenia: Cerovec, Sevnica, a village in the Municipality of Sevnica Cerovec, Dolenjske Toplice, a village in the Municipality of Dolenjske Toplice Veliki Cerovec, a village in the Municipality of Novo ...

Jesenice (disambiguation)

Jesenice Prague-West District or Jesenice u Prahy, a town Jesenice Rakovnik District, a town Jesenice Peibram District, a village Velka Jesenice, a village in Nachod District

Sentvid

Sentvid may refer to: In Austria: Sankt Veit an der Glan, known as Sentvid ob Glini in Slovene In Italy: San Vito al Torre, known as Sentvid na Teru in Slovene In Slovenia: Sentvid pri Sticni, a settlement in the Municipality of Ivancna Gorica Se ...

Aabach

Kleine Aa Aabach also the little Aabach, a tributary of the Aabach Afte, North Rhine-Westphalia Aabach Hessel, a small river in the Ems river system, North Rhine-Westphalia Aabach Afte, a tributary of the Afte, North Rhine-Westphalia

Missisquoi River North

The Missisquoi North River is a tributary of the Missisquoi River. The Missisquoi North River flows through the municipalities of Eastman, Stukely-Sud, Saint-Etienne-de-Bolton, Bolton-Est, Mansonville and Potton, in the Memphremagog Regional Coun ...

Johns

Johns Creek Chattahoochee River, Georgia, United States Johns, Oklahoma, United States, a community Johns Mountain, a summit in Georgia Johns River disambiguation Johns River Vermont is a tributary of the Lake Memphremagog, flowing in Vermont, in ...

Tschingel

Tschingel is a toponym of Central Switzerland. Properly referring to a horizontal rock face, it has in many cases been transferred to peaks, alpine pastures or settlements. Tschingel may refer to: A village of Sigriswil, district of Thun, canton ...

Bassac

Bassac may refer to: Bassac River, a distributary of the Tonle Sap and Mekong River BASSAC, the British Association of Settlements and Social Action Centres – a membership body for British community organisations, including members of the settlem ...

Shoofly

Shoofly and similar may refer to: Shoo Fly sternwheeler, a steamboat which operated on the Willamette and Columbia Rivers from 1871 to 1878. Shoo Fly Complex, a geological rock formation in the Sierra Nevada in California, USA Shue Fly, a Quarter ...

Freshwater salinization

Freshwater salinization is the process of salty runoff contaminating freshwater ecosystems, which can harm aquatic species and contaminate drinking water. Approximately 37% of the drainage in the United States has been effected by salinization in ...

Ellbach

Ellbach may refer to: Ellbach Isar, a river of Bavaria, tributary of the Isar in Bad Tolz Ellbach Saar, a river of Saarland, Germany, tributary of the Saar Ellbach Brandenberger Ache, a river of the Kufstein District, Austria, tributary of the Br ...

Eisbach

Eisbach Konigswinter, district of Konigswinter, Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Eisbach Styria, a municipality in the district of Graz-Umgebung, Styria, Austria Eisbach Sulzbach-Laufen, village in Sulzbach-Laufen, county of Schw ...

Auer

Poland German name of Urowo Italy Auer, South Tyrol, a municipality in South Tyrol Germany Auer Odenwald, a river in the Hessian Odenwald Auer Bach, a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, tributary of the Wupper Auer Muhlbach, a river in Bavaria, bra ...

Smartno

Smartno may refer to any of several places in Slovenia: Smartno na Pohorju, a village in the Municipality of Slovenska Bistrica, northeastern Slovenia Smartno pri Litiji, a town and a municipality, central Slovenia Smartno v Tuhinju, a village in ...

Elands River

Elands River may refer to any of the following rivers in South Africa: Elands River Umkomazi, a tributary of the Umkomazi River, KwaZulu-Natal Elands River Olifants, a tributary of the Olifants River, part of the Limpopo River basin Elands River ...

Tatai AC

Tatai Atletikai Club is a Hungarian handball club from Tata, that plays in the Nemzeti Bajnoksag I/B, the second level championship in Hungary. 2012–present: Tatai Atletikai Club –2012: Tatai Honved Atletikai Club

Schwarza

Schwarza may refer to several places and rivers in Germany and Austria: Schwarza Leitha, a river of Austria, tributary of the Leitha Schwarza Black Forest, a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, tributary of the Schlucht Schwarza Hasel, a river o ...

Willow River

Willow River British Columbia, tributary of the Fraser River originating in the Cariboo goldfields, Canada Willow River, British Columbia, a community, Canada

Sandy River

Sandy River may refer to: Rivers in the United States: Sandy River Kennebec River in Maine Sandy River Red Lake, a tributary of Lower Red Lake in Minnesota Sandy River Chandler Bay, Jonesport, Maine Sandy River Dan River tributary, Virginia Sandy ...

Dog River

Dog River Manitoba, a river in Northern Region, Manitoba Dog River Ontario, a river in Thunder Bay District, Ontario Dog River, Saskatchewan, a fictional setting for the television series Corner Gas

Eridanus

Eridanos geology, a former large river that flowed between forty million and seven hundred thousand years ago from Lapland to the North Sea through where the Baltic Sea is now Eridanos Athens, a former river near Athens, now subterraneous Eridano ...

110th Cavalry Division (Soviet Union)

The 110th Cavalry Division was a horsed cavalry division of the Soviet Unions Red Army during World War II. It was formed in January 1942 as the 110th Separate Cavalry Division and reformed as the 110th Cavalry Division on 30 September 1942. Form ...

Red gum

One of the several trees called red gum in Australia: Eucalyptus tereticornis, red gum, forest red gum or red irongum Angophora costata, Sydney red gum Eucalyptus blakelyi, Blakelys red gum, forest red gum, white budded red gum or hill red gum Eu ...

North Fork

In the United States North Fork, California, former name of Korbel, Humboldt County, California North Fork Township, Illinois Northfork, West Virginia North Fork Township, Minnesota, township in Stearns County North Fork, Nevada, an unincorporate ...

Prairie River

Prairie River may refer to: Rivers in the United States: Riviere des Prairies, a delta channel of the Ottawa River in southwestern Quebec, Canada Prairie River Big Sandy Lake, in northern Minnesota Prairie River Wisconsin, in north–central Wiscon ...

Back River

Back River Cooma-Monaro, a tributary of the Tuross River in New South Wales Back River Tamworth, a tributary of the Barnard River in New South Wales Back River Victoria, a tributary of the Timbarra River in Victoria

Javorje

Javorje pri Gabrovki, a settlement in the Municipality of Litija Javorje, Črna na Koroskem, a settlement in the Municipality of Črna na Koroskem Javorje pri Blagovici, a settlement in the Municipality of Lukovica Javorje, Velike Lasce, a settleme ...

Selbourne, Tasmania

Selbourne is a rural locality in the local government areas of Meander Valley and West Tamar in the Launceston region of Tasmania. It is located about 29 kilometres west of the town of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 68 for ...

Winkleigh, Tasmania

Winkleigh is a rural locality in the local government area of West Tamar in the Launceston region of Tasmania. It is located about 43 kilometres north-west of the town of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 203 for the state su ...

Mill River

in Canada Mill River Prince Edward Island in Ireland Mill River County Clare, near OCallaghans Mills Mill Stream, Newmarket-on-Fergus in the United States Mill River Springfield, Massachusetts Mill River Massachusetts – Rhode Island, stretching f ...

Trent River

The River Trent is a river of the English Midlands, in the United Kingdom. Other rivers of the same name include: Trent River North Carolina in North Carolina, United States a hamlet Trent River in the municipality of Trent Hills along Trent Rive ...

Jackson House

Jackson House may refer to: in Canada George Jackson House Toronto, historic house in Toronto, Ontario in the United States by state then city Thaddeus Jackson House, Brookline, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed Sen. William P. Jackson House, Salisbury, ...

Yeol Man-hwa

Yeol Man-hwa was the first king of Jeongan, a successor state to the kingdom of Balhae, centered near the Yalu River.

Buffalo River

Buffalo River KwaZulu-Natal, alongside the battlefield at Rorkes Drift Buffalo River Bushmanland, a mostly dry intermittent river also known as Buffels River Buffalo River Eastern Cape or Cwenqgcwe, the only navigable river in South Africa, and t ...

Powell Creek

Powell Creek or Powells Creek, Northern Territory, Australia, visited by Baldwin Spencer and Gillen on their 1901-1902 cross-continental anthropological expedition Powells Creek Sydney, a tributary of the Parramatta River in Sydney, New South Wal ...

Jack Rayner (runner)

Jack Rayner is an Australian long-distance runner. In 2015 he won the Australian national championships in the 3000m. In 2018 he won the half marathon national championships in the Sunshine Coast. Later on in 2018, Jack won the inaugural half mar ...