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  • 161HIGH PLACES —    elevated spots on which altars were erected for worship in the rude belief that, as they were nearer heaven than the plains and valleys, they were more favourable places for prayer. The practice of worship on these spots, though from the first …

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  • 162EWST — Elevated Water Storage Tank {Reaktortechnik} ( > IEEE Standard Dictionary ) …

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  • 163aerial railway — elevated cableway; wire which forms the way along which a trolly can travel …

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  • 164Golan Heights — elevated area of land in northeastern Israel bordering on Lebanon and Syria that was conquered from Syria in 1967 …

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  • 165horizontal bar — elevated bar attached to two upright posts on which gymnastic exercises are performed …

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  • 166Elephant Flyovers — Elevated crossings designed to protect Indian elephants from road and rail accidents. The Times of India reported on India’s novel pachyderm road safety project: Call it a grand trunk road. The National Highways Authority of India says it will… …

    Dictionary of unconsidered lexicographical trifles

  • 167hyperlipidemia —    Elevated blood fats, either from heredity, from having so many calories in the diet that they are ending up as liver synthesized storage fats, from an excessively anabolic metabolism...and from a constellation of less common disease causes …

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  • 168hyperthyroid —    Elevated thyroid levels, either functional and constitutional in nature or the more profound state of thyrotoxicosis and overt disease …

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  • 169uplands — Elevated lands. Lands above the flood plain of a river. Lands upon a plateau or in a mountainous region …

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  • 170List of cardinal-nephews — This is a list of cardinal nephews, cardinals elevated by popes who were their uncles, or more generally, their relatives. The practice of creating cardinal nephews originated in the Middle Ages, and reached its apex during the 16th and 17th… …

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  • 171List of Delhi metro stations — Delhi Metro network map This is a List of stations of the Delhi Metro (Hindi: दिल्ली मेट्रो), a rapid transit system serving Delhi and its satellite cities in the National Capital Region of India. As of August 27, 2011 there are 146 Metro… …

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  • 172Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line — 1000 series EMU Panorama Super for Limited Express Overview Type Commuter rail …

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  • 173Market–Frankford Line —      Market–Frankford Line Market–Frankford Line train departing 52nd Street stati …

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  • 174Rapid transit operations of the BRT and BMT — Brooklyn Union Elevated Railroad New York Consolidated Railroad New York Rapid Transit Corporation Locale New York City Dates of operation 1899 – 1907 (B klyn Heights RR) 1907 – 1912 (B klyn Union …

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  • 175Chicago 'L' — A Green Line train approaching Randolph/Wabash. Info Locale Chicago, Illinois, United States …

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  • 176Orange Line (MBTA) — ORANGE LINE Inbound train at North Station Overview Type Rapid transit …

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  • 177BMT Lexington Avenue Line — The Lexington Avenue Elevated (also called the Lexington Avenue Line) was the first standard elevated railway in Brooklyn, New York, operated in its later days by the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, the Brooklyn Manhattan Transit Corporation, and …

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  • 178Nankai Main Line — Nankai 1000 series EMU on local service Operation Operator(s) Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd. Technical …

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  • 179Chennai Metro — Not to be confused with Chennai Metropolitan Area. For the first generation metro system in Chennai, see Mass Rapid Transit System (Chennai). Chennai Metro சென்னை மெட்ரோ Info Own …

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  • 180Nankai Kōya Line — Limited Express Rinkan Technical Line length 64.5 km Track gauge 1067 mm …

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