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Mangkalihat Peninsula

The Mangkalihat Peninsula, also known as the Sangkulirang-Mangkalihat Peninsula, is a peninsula in eastern Borneo. It is located in the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan, in the regencies of Berau and East Kutai. The peninsula, as part of th ...

                                               

Sambas (town)

Sambas is a town and regency seat of Sambas Regency, on the island of Borneo. Sambas Regency is one of the regencies of West Kalimantan province in Indonesia.

                                               

Simpang Empat

Simpang Empat or Simpang Ampat or Sempang Ampat may refer to: In Malaysia: Simpang Empat state constituency, represented in the Perlis State Legislative Assembly Simpang Empat, Perlis Simpang Ampat, Penang Simpang Ampat, Melaka Simpang Empat, Per ...

                                               

Sabang

Sabang may refer to: Sabang community development block, division in Paschim Medinipur district, West Bengal, India Sabang, Aceh, the westernmost city of Indonesia Sabang Merauke Raya Air Charter, an airline based in Medan, North Sumatra, Indones ...

                                               

Gasoline Alley, Alberta (hamlet)

Gasoline Alley or Gasoline Alley West is a hamlet within Red Deer County in the Canadian province of Alberta. It is within the west portion of Gasoline Alley between Highway 2 and Highway 2A, 7 km south of downtown Red Deer.

                                               

Paradise, Tasmania

Paradise is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Kentish in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 33 kilometres south of the town of Devonport. The 2016 census determined a population of 112 for th ...

                                               

Highclere, Tasmania

Highclere is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Burnie in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 18 kilometres south-west of the town of Burnie. The 2016 census determined a population of 120 for ...

                                               

Calder, Tasmania

Calder is a rural locality in the local government area of Waratah-Wynyard in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 18 kilometres south-west of the town of Wynyard. The 2016 census determined a population of 212 for the state sub ...

                                               

Ridgley, Tasmania

Ridgley is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Burnie in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 13 kilometres south-west of the town of Burnie. The 2016 census determined a population of 604 for th ...

                                               

Trowutta, Tasmania

Trowutta is a rural locality in the local government area of Circular Head in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 29 kilometres south of the town of Smithton. The 2016 census determined a population of 92 for the state suburb o ...

                                               

Natone, Tasmania

Natone is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Burnie in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 17 kilometres south of the town of Burnie. The 2016 census determined a population of 281 for the stat ...

                                               

Scotchtown, Tasmania

Scotchtown is a rural locality and town in the local government area of Circular Head in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 6 kilometres south of the town of Smithton. The 2016 census determined a population of 254 for the sta ...

                                               

Northdown, Tasmania

Northdown is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Latrobe in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 82 kilometres north-west of the town of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 221 ...

                                               

Camena, Tasmania

Camena is a rural locality in the local government area of Central Coast, in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 21 kilometres south-east of the town of Burnie. The 2016 census determined a population of 26 for the state suburb ...

                                               

Nabageena, Tasmania

Nabageena is a rural locality in the local government area of Circular Head in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 19 kilometres south of the town of Smithton. The 2016 census determined a population of 41 for the state suburb ...

                                               

Thirlstane, Tasmania

Thirlstane is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Latrobe in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 76 kilometres north-west of the town of Launceston. The 2016 census determined a population of 94 ...

                                               

Wilmot, Tasmania

Wilmot is a locality and small rural community in the local government area of Kentish in the North West region of Tasmania. It is located about 39 kilometres south-west of the town of Devonport. The 2016 census determined a population of 298 for ...

                                               

Holy Mountain

Holy Mountain may refer to: Mount Sinai, by the Bedouin, is the name of a mountain near Saint Catherine in the Sinai Peninsula of Egypt Mount Tabor, located in Lower Galilee, at the eastern end of the Jezreel Valley, 11 miles 18 km west of the Se ...

                                               

Cum

Cum may refer to: In Latin, a preposition meaning with, or a conjunction meaning when, because, or although Referring to diplomas and degrees: cum laude with praise, magna cum laude with great praise; maxima cum laude with maximal praise; summa c ...

                                               

Amasia

Amasia may refer to the following places and jurisdictions: Amasya, a city in Northern Turkey Amasea titular see, the former Metropolitan Archbishopric with see there, now a Latin Catholic titular see Amasya Province, named after its above capita ...

                                               

Sebastia

Sebastia can refer to: Places and jurisdictions the Latin name of a Roman Armenian city renamed from "Megalopolis" under Augustus and former metropolitan see, now Sivas in Asian Turkey and the Latin Catholic titular see Sebastea Sebasteia theme, ...

                                               

Baia (disambiguation)

in Africa Baia, Numidia, an ancient former city and bishopric, now a Latin catholic titular see Baia, Cape Verde, village on Santiago island Baia, Angola, town near Luanda in Europe Baia Mare, a city in Maramureș County, Romania Baia de Arieș, a ...

                                               

Kings Men

The Kings Men, an American vocal quartet formed in 1928 by Ken Darby The Kingsmen Quartet or The Kingsmen, a Christian music group formed in 1956 The Statler Brothers, formerly known as The Kingsmen in the 1960s The King’s Men, a close harmony gr ...

                                               

Val-Royal

Val-Royal or variation, may refer to: Val-Royal, the neighbourhood in Saint-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; around the formerly eponymous station Bois-Franc station Val-Royal station, former name of the commuter rail station Bois-Franc station ...

                                               

Grivița (disambiguation)

Grivița is the Romanian exonym of Grivitsa, a Bulgarian village that was the site of a battle during the Siege of Plevna in the Romanian War of Independence. Grivița may refer to:

                                               

Afrin

Afrin District, a district of Aleppo Governorate in northern Syria. Administrative centre is the city of Afrin Afrin Canton, was one of the cantons of the de facto autonomous Democratic Federation of Northern Syria Afrin Region, the westernmost o ...

                                               

Insular Region

Insular Region, meaning a region of islands, can refer to the following: Insular Region Equatorial Guinea Insular Italy, otherwise known as the "Insular Regions" Insular Southeast Asia Insular Region Colombia Autonomous Regions of Portugal, other ...

                                               

Carrot (disambiguation)

Carrot Top, born Scott Thompson 1965, American actor and comedian Carrot Ironfoundersson, a fictional character from the Discworld series Carrots Pillow Pal, a Pillow Pal bunny made by Ty, Inc. "Carrots" song, a single by Panda Bear Captain Carro ...

                                               

Lunette (disambiguation)

A lunette is a moon-shaped architectural detail. Lunette may also refer to: Lunette stele, the curved top region of a stele pillar-shaped monument, especially from ancient Egypt Musee des Lunettes et Lorgnettes Pierre Marly, a museum of eyeglasse ...

                                               

Prairie (disambiguation)

Prairie, Washington, an unincorporated community Prairie, Maine, an area located outside Augusta, Maine Prairies Ecozone, a geographical area in the western provinces of Canada and great plains of the US The Prairies, the prairie provinces of Can ...

                                               

Oz Terra

Oz Terra is the unofficial name given to a major geological region on Charon. The Pluto-facing hemisphere of Charon is divided onto two primary regions; Oz Terra in the north and Vulcan Planum in the south. These regions are separated by a series ...

                                               

Milne

Milne may refer to: People with the surname Milne Milne surname Places Milne Land, large island in eastern Greenland Milne crater, a large lunar crater in the southern hemisphere on the far side of the Moon Milne Inlet, Nunavut, Canada Milne Town ...

                                               

Dryden (disambiguation)

John Dryden, poet Dryden surname Fictional Dryden Vos, antagonist in the 2018 film Solo: A Star Wars Story Dryden Fassa, a supporting character in the 1996 anime series The Vision of Escaflowne Mr. Dryden, a character in the film Lawrence of Arabia

                                               

Na Atibu

Na Atibu is a god in the mythology of the Gilbert Islands. The spider god Nareau created Na Atibu and his female counterpart Nei Teukez out of sand and water. A sacred tree called kai-n-tiku-aba grew from Na Atibus spine, and men and women grew f ...

                                               

Christ Church (Macon, Georgia)

Christ Church is an Episcopal church in Macon, Georgia. Founded in 1825, it was the first church established in the city. The current building was built in 1851 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

                                               

Marie-Anne Rousselet

Marie-Anne Rousselet was born in Paris, France on December 6, 1732 to medal engraver Alexis Etienne Rousselet. All four of her siblings were also engravers. She was related to engraver, Gilles Rousselet 1614–1686, and the sculptor, Jean Rousselet ...

                                               

Cartopology

Cartopology is an academic and artistic discipline that aims to combine anthropological methods with cartographic ways to translate experiences and insights of architectural spaces into maps. The knowledge that these maps create is mainly used by ...

                                               

Jack Dalton

Jack Dalton explorer, explorer and cartographer of Tatshenshini River Don Fargo, professional wrestler who also wrestled as Jack Dalton Jack Dalton baseball 1885–1950, baseball player Jack Dalton footballer 1876–1923, Australian rules footballer ...

                                               

George Ritchie

George Ritchie may refer to: George Stephen Ritchie 1914–2012, British admiral and cartographer George Ritchie footballer 1904–1978, Scottish football wing half Leicester City and others George Ritchie footballer, born 1889 1889–1960, English foo ...

                                               

Stab

STAB or stab may refer to: Stabbing, penetration with a sharp object Stab music, an element in musical composition "Stab", a song by Built to Spill from Theres Nothing Wrong with Love Stab b-boy move, a breakdance technique Johann Stab, Johannes ...

                                               

Tas-Kystabyt

The Tas-Kystabyt) is a mountain range in the Sakha Republic and Magadan Oblast, Far Eastern Federal District, Russia. It is also known as "хребе́т Сарычева" - Sarychev Range, in honor of 19th century Russian cartographer Admiral Gavril Sarychev.

                                               

George Wheeler

George Wheeler may refer to: George Wheeler entomologist 1858–1947, English entomologist George Wheeler pinch hitter 1881–1918, baseball player for 1910 Cincinnati Reds George Wheeler pitcher 1869–1946, baseball pitcher George Godfrey Massy Wheel ...

                                               

Hayford

Hayford may refer to the following people: Jack W. Hayford born 1934, American pastor Adelaide Casely-Hayford 1868-1960, Sierra Leonean author and activist Justin Hayford born 1970, American singer, pianist and AIDS activist John Fillmore Hayford ...

                                               

Mughal dynasty

The Mughal dynasty was made up of the members of the imperial House of Babur, also known as the Gurkanis. The Mughals were a branch of the Timurid dynasty of Turco-Mongol origin from Central Asia. The founder of dynasty, Babur was a direct descen ...

                                               

Arthur Andrews

Arthur Andrews may refer to: A. W. Andrews 1868–1959, British geographer, poet and mountaineer Arthur L. Andrews 1934–1996, Chief Master Sergeant of the U.S. Air Force Arthur Andrews cricketer 1856–1943, English cricketer Arthur Andrews footballe ...

                                               

Kevin Ward

Kevin Ward may refer to: Kevin L. Ward born 1963, American police officer and Oklahoma Secretary of Safety and Security Kevin Ward rugby league born 1957, English rugby league footballer Kevin Ward baseball 1961–2019, American baseball player Kev ...

                                               

John Prescott (disambiguation)

John Prescott, Baron Prescott is the former deputy leader of the UK Labour Party and British Deputy Prime Minister. John Prescott may also refer to: Johnny Prescott 1938–2012, English boxer of the 1960s and 1970s John Robert Victor Prescott, Aust ...

                                               

Marcian (disambiguation)

Marcian may be: Marcianus praefectus urbi, praefectus urbi of Rome in 409 Aelius Marcianus, 3rd century jurist Marcian cousin of Justin II, cousin of Justin II, fought as a general in the 572–591 Roman–Persian War Lucius Aurelius Marcianus, 3rd c ...

                                               

Jacobs Well

Jacobs Well, or the Well of Sychar, a well mentioned in the New Testament and located in the West Bank Jacobs Well, Bristol, an early mediaeval structure in England that is thought to be a Jewish ritual bath Jacobs Well, York, a historic building ...

                                               

Balta

Balta, Ukraine, a town in Ukraine, near the Dniester River border of Moldova Balta, North Dakota, a city in the United States Balta, Mehedinți, a commune in Mehedinți County, Romania Balta, Kansas, United States Balta river, a tributary of the Bi ...