Hood Canal
geographical name inlet of Puget Sound 80 miles (129 kilometers) long W Washington along E shore of Olympic Peninsula

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  • Hood — may refer to:People: For a listing of people with the surname Hood, see Hood (people). Places* In the United States: ** Fort Hood, a US Army post near Killeen, Texas ** Hood College, a liberal arts college in Frederick, Maryland ** Mount Hood is… …   Wikipedia

  • Canal Bridge — The following bridges are known as Canal Bridge:* The Hood Canal Bridge in Washington * The Ship Canal Bridge in Seattle, Washington * The Charles River Dam Bridge in Boston, Massachusetts * The Canal Bridge near Radcot Bridge, Oxfordshire,… …   Wikipedia

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