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  • 181Montgomery Zoo — Date opened 1935 Location Montgomery, Alabama Land area 42 acres (170,000 m2) Number of animals 500 Number of species 150 Memberships AZA …

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  • 182Little River (northern Georgia) — The Little River is a small river located mostly in Cherokee County, Georgia, and forming the jagged part of the Cherokee/Fulton (formerly Cherokee/Milton) county line, and part of the more recent Milton city limit. It is a tributary of the… …

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  • 183Ispringen — Infobox Ort in Deutschland Wappen = Wappen Ispringen.png lat deg = 48 |lat min = 54 |lat sec = 57 lon deg = 8 |lon min = 40 |lon sec = 15 Lageplan = Bundesland = Baden Württemberg Regierungsbezirk = Karlsruhe Landkreis = Enzkreis Höhe = 275… …

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  • 184Mount Emu Creek — The Glenelg Highway passing over Mount Emu Creek at Skipton, Victoria Mount Emu Creek is a long but small meandering waterway located in the west of Victoria. The total length of the Mount Emu Creek is over 250 kilometres. The creek forms near… …

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  • 185North Lake (Dallas, Texas) — North Lake Location Dallas, Texas, USA Coordinates 32°56′57″N 96°58′19″W …

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  • 186Arbroath —    ARBROATH, or Aberbrothock, a thriving seaport, burgh, and parish, in the county of Forfar, 15 miles (S. E. by E.) from Forfar, and 58 (N. N. E.) from Edinburgh; containing, with the late quoad sacra parish of Abbey, and part of that of Lady… …

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  • 187Monquhitter —    MONQUHITTER, a parish, in the district of Turriff, county of Aberdeen, 6 miles (E.) from Turriff; containing, with the villages of Cuminestown and Garmond, 2074 inhabitants. The farm on which the church was originally built was termed… …

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  • 188Urquhart and Glenmorriston —    URQUHART and GLENMORRISTON, a parish, in the district of Mainland, county of Inverness, the former place 18 miles (N. E. by N.) and the latter 7 miles (N.) from Fort Augustus; containing, with the villages of Invermorriston, and East and West… …

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  • 189Bayou — A bayou (pronounced IPA| [ˈbaɪ oʊ] or IPA| [ˈbaɪ uː] ) is a small, slow moving stream or creek, or a lake or pool (bayou lake) that lies in an abandoned channel of a stream. Bayous are usually located in relatively flat, low lying areas, for… …

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  • 190Makaikhola — is a small village around 15 kilometres, east of Pokhara, Nepal. The main village is sub divided into two part by a small stream flowing from between the village the name of the stream is Kamdi Khola the area to the east of the stream is called… …

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  • 191South Luffenham — is a village in the county of Rutland in the East Midlands of England.It once had a railway station that was located to the north of the village and also served the neighbouring village of North Luffenham. It was opened in 1848 and closed in 1966 …

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  • 192Wild Rice River (North Dakota) — Geobox River name = Wild Rice River native name = other name = other name1 = image size = 300 image caption = The Wild Rice River near Abercrombie in 2007 country = United States state = North Dakota region = region1 = district = district1 = city …

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  • 193Whimple — infobox UK place country = England latitude= 50.766539 longitude= 3.356838 official name= Whimple population = 1195 shire district= East Devon shire county = Devon region= South West England constituency westminster= Exeter post town= EXETER… …

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  • 194Lodgepole Creek — is a tributary of the South Platte River, approximately 212 miles (341 km) long, in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado. Lodgepole Creek drains the southeastern corner of Wyoming, the southern edge of the Nebraska Panhandle and a… …

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  • 195Mylopotamos, Kythira — Mylopotamos (Greek: Μυλοπόταμος, meaning mill on the river ) is a village on the island of Kythira, southern Greece. It was named Mylopotamos because there are 22 watermills built along a small stream. The water mills were built for grinding… …

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  • 196Rubicon — /rooh bi kon /, n. 1. a river in N Italy flowing E into the Adriatic. 15 mi. (24 km) long: in crossing this ancient boundary between Cisalpine Gaul and Italy, to march against Pompey in 49 B.C., Julius Caesar made a major military commitment. 2.… …

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  • 197Cross Brook (New Jersey) — Cross Brook Cross Brook crossing Jacques Lane Origin …

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  • 199Shoal — Bar (landform) redirects here. For other uses, see Bar (disambiguation)#Landforms. Sandbank redirects here. For other uses, see Sandbank (disambiguation). For other uses, see Shoal (disambiguation). Sandbar between St. Agnes and Gugh on the Isles …

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  • 200Gender (creek) — The Gender is a stream in the Dutch province of Noord Brabant. It originates in originally marshy flatlands near Steensel and flows for twenty kilometers through Veldhoven and Meerveldhoven in a general east northeast direction towards Eindhoven …

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