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  • wikipedia:featured article candidates/featured log/january .

    the new location map is a distinct plus point. i am taking a modest bet with myself that someone will query 'routed' as an intransitive verb as i did at gan before i turned to the oxford english dictionary. struggling to find something new to carp about, i find the map/plan in the bergerac section hard to read. of course one can click on it and .

  • trial bay gaol

    trial bay gaol is a heritage-listed former public works prison and internment camp at cardwell street, arakoon, kempsey shire, new south wales, australia.the property is owned by the nsw national parks and wildlife service.it was added to the new south wales state heritage register on 14 may 2010.

  • coalville

    coalville is an industrial town in north west leicestershire, east midlands england, with a population at the 2011 census of 34,575. it lies on the a511 trunk road between leicester and burton upon trent, close to junction 22 of the m1 motorway where the a511 meets the a50 between ashby-de-la-zouch and leicester. it borders the upland area of charnwood forest to the east of the town.

  • anschluss

    göring did not give a date for the anschluss, but given that four year plan's targets all had to be met by september 1940, and the current problems with meeting the steel production targets, suggested that he wanted an anschluss in the very near-future. end of an independent austria

  • canton viaduct

    canton viaduct is a blind arcade cavity wall railroad viaduct built in 1834–35 in canton, massachusetts, for the boston and providence railroad b&p .. at its completion, it was the longest 615 feet and tallest 70 feet railroad viaduct in the world; today, it is the last surviving viaduct of its kind.

  • brooklyn bridge park

    brooklyn bridge park is an 85-acre 34 ha park on the brooklyn side of the east river in new york city.designed by landscape architecture firm michael van valkenburgh associates, the park is located on a 1.3-mile 2.1 km plot of land from atlantic avenue in the south, under the brooklyn heights promenade and past the brooklyn bridge, to jay street north of the manhattan bridge.

  • staying, not selling? consider 'aging in place' upgrades .

    there are some simple things you can do to make using your tub or shower easier to use. in addition to grab bars, a seat can be a real plus. these can be portable, or one of the fold-up versions .

  • big sur land trust

    the first master plan for the big sur coast was written in 1962 by architect and part- time local resident nathaniel owings.the members of the big sur citizens' advisory committee, who later founded the trust, met with big sur residents and county administrators to draft a new land use plan.

  • california hall

    the granite was then lined with brick. granite is not fireproof, but campus plan at the time called for large spacing between buildings to reduce the threat of fire, and california hall was the first campus building incorporating fire-proofing techniques such as metal studs, wire lath and fireproof plaster. '

  • land of the pharaohs

    land of the pharaohs is a 1955 american epic film in cinemascope and warnercolor from warner bros., produced and directed by howard hawks, that stars jack hawkins as pharaoh khufu, also known as cheops, and joan collins as his second wife nellifer. the film is a fictional account of the building of the great pyramid.novelist william faulkner was one of the film's three screenwriters.

  • jacob riis park

    jacob riis park, also called jacob a. riis park and riis park, is a seaside park at the southwestern end of the rockaway peninsula in the new york city borough of queens. it lies at the foot of the marine parkway–gil hodges memorial bridge, adjacent to the east of fort tilden, and west of neponsit and rockaway beach.

  • ffestiniog railway

    up trains took nearly six hours from boston lodge to the quarry terminus and each train ran in up to four sections, each hauled by a horse and comprising eight empty slate wagons plus a horse dandy. this timetable gave a maximum annual capacity of 70,000 tons of dressed slate. 6

  • sydney harbour bridge

    the sydney harbour bridge is an australian heritage-listed steel through arch bridge across sydney harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the sydney central business district cbd and the north shore.the view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby sydney opera house is widely regarded as an iconic image of sydney, and of australia itself.

  • mauthausen-gusen concentration camp

    on 9 august 1938, prisoners from dachau concentration camp near munich were sent to the town of mauthausen in austria, to begin the construction of a new slave labour camp. the site was chosen because of the nearby granite quarry, and its proximity to linz. although the camp was controlled by the german state from the beginning, it was founded by a private company as an economic enterprise.

  • bukit timah nature reserve

    the bukit timah nature reserve is a small 1.64 square kilometre 400 acre nature reserve near the geographic centre of the city-state of singapore, located on the slopes of bukit timah hill, singapore's highest hill standing at a height of 163.63 metres, and parts of the surrounding area.the nature reserve is about 12 kilometres from the downtown core, singapore's central business district.

  • aberdeen

    in 2012, hsbc named aberdeen as a leading business hub and one of eight 'super cities' spearheading the uk's economy, marking it as the only city in scotland to receive this accolade. in 2018, aberdeen was found to be the best city in the uk to start a business in a study released by card payment firm paymentsense.

  • geothermal power in the united kingdom

    the potential for exploiting geothermal energy in the united kingdom on a commercial basis was initially examined by the department of energy in the wake of the 1973 oil crisis.several regions of the country were identified, but interest in developing them was lost as petroleum prices fell. although the uk is not actively volcanic, a large heat resource is potentially available via shallow .