Willard


Willard

Willard may refer to:

People

Geography

Places in the United States

* Willard, Colorado
* Willard, Georgia
* Willard, Kansas
* Willard, Michigan, a small unincorporated community in Beaver Township, Bay County, Michigan
* Willard, Missouri
* Willard, New Mexico
* Willard, New York
* Willard, North Carolina
* Willard, Ohio
* Willard, Utah
* Willard Bay, Utah, a reservoir
* South Willard, Utah
* Willard, Virginia
* Willard, Washington
* Willard, Wisconsin
* Willards, Maryland

Places other than settlements

* The Willard InterContinental Washington, a historic hotel in Washington, DC
* Willard House and Clock Museum
* Willard Residential College, a Northwestern University residential hall
* J. Willard Marriott Library, at the University of Utah
* University of Illinois Willard Airport

Entertainment

Fictional characters:
* Willard Whyte, character from the James Bond film "Diamonds Are Forever"
* Willard Decker, fictitious character in the Star Trek universe

Film:
* "Willard" (1971 film), a 1971 horror movie
* "Willard" (2003 film), a 2003 film based on the same story as the 1971 film.

Music:
* "Willard" (album), a 1970 album by John Stewart
* Willard (band), an early grunge band from Seattle
* Willard Grant Conspiracy, an alt-country band from Massachusetts/California

Other uses

* Emma Willard School, in Troy, New York
* G22, a financial gathering also known as the "Willard Group"
* Trivers-Willard hypothesis, in evolutionary biology
* USS "Willard Keith" (DD-775), United States Navy ship


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  • Willard, UT — U.S. city in Utah Population (2000): 1630 Housing Units (2000): 539 Land area (2000): 5.688492 sq. miles (14.733125 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.530475 sq. miles (3.963911 sq. km) Total area (2000): 7.218967 sq. miles (18.697036 sq. km) FIPS code …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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