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  • 141 Moorestown Township, New Jersey — This article is about the Township of Moorestown in New Jersey. Other places in New Jersey with similar names are Morris Township, New Jersey and Morristown, New Jersey. Moorestown Township, New Jersey   Township   …

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  • 142 MacArthur Park — For the song, see MacArthur Park (song). MacArthur Park MacArthur Park looking towards Downtown Los Angeles Type Urban park Location …

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  • 143 Coach (vehicle) — In British English and Australian English, the term coach is used to refer to a large motor vehicle for conveying passengers. To differentiate from a bus, a coach has a luggage hold separate from the passenger cabin. Also, whereas buses are… …

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  • 144 Mendip Hills — Coordinates: 51°18′N 2°44′W / 51.3°N 2.733°W / 51.3; 2.733 …

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  • 145 Bude Canal — The Bude Canal was a canal built to serve the hilly hinterland in the Devon and Cornwall border territory in the United Kingdom, chiefly to bring lime bearing sand for agricultural fertiliser.It was remarkable in using inclined planes to haul tub …

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  • 146 Doctor (Doctor Who) — This article is about the character of the Doctor. For a more general overview of the series, see Doctor Who. For the current Doctor, see Eleventh Doctor. Doctor Who character …

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  • 147 Australian and New Zealand punting glossary — This page is about the Australian English usage of punting, for other uses of punting see punt and punter .The Australian and New Zealand punting glossary explains some of the terms, jargon and slang which are commonly used and heard on… …

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  • 148 Essex Police — Logo of the Essex Police. Motto Taking a lead in making Essex safer[ …

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  • 149 Sultan Abdul Hamid College — Infobox School name = Sultan Abdul Hamid College native name = Kolej Sultan Abdul Hamid (KSAH) motto = Scholar, Sportsman, Gentleman medium of language = Malay, English established = December 8, 1908 city = state = Kedah country = Malaysia type …

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  • 150 NZR RM class (Leyland diesel) — The NZR RM class Leyland diesel railcar or Midland railcar was the first diesel powered vehicle to enter revenue service on New Zealand s national rail network.[1] Two were built, RM 20 and RM 21, and they commenced service in August 1936 as… …

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  • 151 Black Patch Park — is a park in Smethwick, England. It is bounded by Foundry Lane, Woodburn Road, Perrott Street and Kitchener Street, at gbmapping|SP038888.The park, covering over twenty acres, was formerly part of a sparsely populated landscape of commons and… …

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  • 152 Tylden (family) — The Tylden (or Tilden) family line is an ancient landholding dynasty with its origins in England around the time of the Middle Ages.A branch of the family emigrated to the United States in the early 17th century and established the Tilden family… …

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  • 153 Lift irrigation scheme — Irrigation Schemes mainly comprise canal irrigation and lift irrigation schemes. In such schemes, the most important and yet the most neglected portion is distribution of water. Let us first consider lift irrigation schemes Importance of lift… …

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  • 154 Iroquois — This article is about an association of indigenous tribes of North America.. For other uses, see Iroquois (disambiguation). Iroquois Haudenosaunee Total population …

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  • 155 Indo-China — • The most easterly of the three great peninsulas of Southern Asia, is bounded on the north by the mountains of Assam, the Plateau of Yun nan, and the mountains of Kwang si; on the east by the province of Kwang si (Canton), the Gulf of Tong king …

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  • 156 Pennsylvania — • One of the thirteen original United States of America Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Pennsylvania     Pennsylvania     † …

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  • 157 Monmouth Railway — The Monmouth Railway, also known as the Monmouth Tramroad, was a horse drawn railway line which ran for approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) between Monmouth and Coleford, in Gloucestershire. It was opened in 1812 and closed in the 1870s. Contents …

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  • 158 Ocean Telegraph / Light Brigade (clipper) — Career Name: Ocean Telegraph / Light Brigade Owner: 1854: Reed, Wade & …

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  • 159 ship — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Vehicle for navigation on water Nouns 1. ship, vessel, sail; craft, bottom; airship (see aviation). See navigation. 2. (naval organization) navy, marine, fleet, flotilla, argosy; shipping, merchant… …

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  • 160 Railroads —    The first steam engine on Austrian rail lines began operation in 1837; it replaced the horses that had up until then been drawing carriages along the tracks. Until the Seven Weeks’ War between Austria and Prussia, small private companies ran… …

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