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  • 101Scout Island — is a forested bar island in Marion County, West Virginia on the Tygart Valley River. See also *List of islands of West Virginia External links …

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  • 102Scout Hall — at Shibden near Halifax, West Yorkshire, England, and also known as Scote Hall was built in 1681 for John Mitchell (1659 1696) …

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  • 103scout car — ☆ scout car n. an armored military reconnaissance car …

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  • 104scout|ing — «SKOW tihng», noun. the activities of scouts …

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  • 105scout|mas|ter — «SKOWT MAS tuhr, MAHS », noun. 1. the man in charge of a troop of boy scouts. 2. the leader of a band of scouts …

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  • 106Scout Law — Since the publication of Scouting for Boys in 1908, all Scouts and Guides around the world have taken a Scout Promise or oath to live up to ideals of the movement, and subscribed to a Scout Law. The wording of the promise and law have varied… …

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  • 107Scout Promise — Since the publication of Scouting for Boys in 1908, all Scouts and Guides around the world have taken a Scout (or Guide) promise or oath to live up to ideals of the movement, and subscribed to a Scout Law. The wording of the Scout Promise (or… …

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  • 108Scout rifle — The Scout Rifle is a class of general purpose rifles defined and promoted by Jeff Cooper in the early 1980s.These bolt action carbines are typically .308 caliber (7.62mm), less than 1 meter in length, and less than 3 kilograms in weight, with… …

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  • 109Scout method — The Scout method is the informal educational system used by Scouting. The aim of Scouting is character training, to become an independent person, helpful to other people.cite book | last = Baden Powell | first = Robert | authorlink = Robert Baden …

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  • 110Scout Leader — scouter redirects here. For the gadget depicted throughout the Dragon Ball universe, see Dragon Ball. A Scout Leader or Scouter generally refers to the trained adult leader of a Scout unit. The terms used vary from country to country, over time,… …

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  • 111Scout (rocket) — The Scout family of rockets were launch vehicles designed to place small satellites into orbit around the Earth. The original Scout (an acronym for Solid Controlled Orbital Utility Test system) was designed in 1957 at the NACA Langley center.… …

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  • 112Scout Association of Japan — The nihongo|Scout Association of Japan|ボーイスカウト日本連盟|Bōi Sukauto Nippon Renmei is the major Scouting organization of Japan. Starting as boys only, the organization was known as the Boy Scouts of Japan from 1922 until 1971, and as Boy Scouts of… …

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  • 113Scout Network — Infobox WorldScouting name =Scout Network image size = caption = type = section owner =The Scout Association age =18–25 headquarters = location = country =United Kingdom coords = f date =2001 defunct = founders = founder = award for = members =… …

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  • 114Scout Group — The Scout Group is the local organisation for Scouting in most countries where it is active. It combines together the different sections into a single body. Scout Groups can consist of any number of sections in the different Age Groups in… …

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  • 115Scout Taylor-Compton — Infobox actor imagesize = caption = Taylor Compton attending the 2007 Comic Con to promote Halloween birthname = Desariee Starr Compton birthdate = birth date and age|mf=yes|1989|2|21 birthplace = Long Beach, California, U.S. deathdate =… …

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  • 116Scout Fellowship — The Scout Fellowship is an organisation which has worked alongside The Scout Association in the United Kingdom since 1976, and has provided support of Scouting activities in the UK by linking ex members of The Scout Association back into Scouting …

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  • 117Scout District — A Scout District is an administrative division within some Scouting and Guiding organisations. Districts are responsible for providing programme and support for local Scout and Guide groups, although the precise relationship and structure of a… …

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  • 118Scout (fusée) — Lancement de fusée Scout (source Nasa) La fusée Scout est un lanceur de satellites de construction américaine, dont le premier tir a eu lieu en 1961, qui a été conçu pour placer des petits satellites en orbite. La fusée présente la particularité… …

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  • 119Scout Activity Centre (The Scout Association) — A Scout Activity Centre is a campsite, hostel or conference centre of The Scout Association. They offer outdoor facilities and activities for the whole Scouting movement. The campsites typically have capacity for hundreds of Scouts simultaneously …

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  • 120Scout plane — The term scout plane refers to a type of surveillance aircraft, usually of single engined, two/three seats, shipborne type, and used for the purpose of discovering an enemy position and directing artillery. Therefore a scout plane is essentially… …

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