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Curly (disambiguation)

A nickname for Curl Curl, New South Wales, Australia Curley, Cote-dOr, a French commune Curly, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

                                               

Holy Trinity College

Holy Trinity College may refer to: Holy Trinity College, Hong Kong Holy Trinity College, precursor to the University of Dallas Theological College of the Holy Trinity, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Holy Trinity College of General Santos City in Genera ...

                                               

Kinard

Caledon, County Tyrone, historically known as Kinnaird, a village and townland in Northern Ireland Kinard Middle School, a middle school in Fort Collins, Colorado Kinards, South Carolina Kinard, Florida

                                               

Charles Milne (rugby union)

He played for Glasgow District in the inter-city match against Edinburgh District on 5 December 1885. He played for West of Scotland District against East of Scotland District on 30 January 1886. He played for Edinburgh District in the inter-city ...

                                               

Westhill

Westhill may refer to: Places Westhill, Aberdeenshire, a small town approximately 7.5 miles due west of the city of Aberdeen in Scotland Westhill Austin, Texas, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Travis County, Texas Westhill, ...

                                               

Berry Hill

Berry Hill may refer to: In England: Berry Hill High School and Sports College, a secondary school in Staffordshire Berry Hill, Gloucestershire In Scotland: Berry Hill, Aberdeenshire, site of a chalybeate spring well In the United States: Berry H ...

                                               

Ormiston (disambiguation)

Ormiston District Electoral Area, Belfast, Northern Ireland Ormiston, New Zealand, is a suburb of Auckland also known as Flat Bush Ormiston, Saskatchewan, Canada Ormiston, Queensland, Australia Ormiston, Scottish Borders, a location Ormiston Cree ...

                                               

Glenwood High School

Glenwood High School may refer to: in Australia Glenwood High School Australia, Glenwood, NSW, Australia in Scotland Glenwood High School, Glenrothes, Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland in South Africa Glenwood High School Pretoria, Pretoria, South Afric ...

                                               

Pleasant View

Pleasant View may refer to: United States Pleasant View, Maryland, a settlement near Point of Rocks, Maryland Pleasant View UTA station, a transit station Pleasant View, Tennessee Pleasant View, Utah Pleasant View, Indiana Pleasant View, Colorado ...

                                               

Ravenswood School

Ravenswood Prep School, Stoodleigh, Devon, closed in 1991 Ravens Wood School in Bromley, England Ravenswood School, Nailsea, England Ravenswood Primary, Ravenswood, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire Ravenswood Primary School, Heaton, Newcastle upon ...

                                               

CNHS

CNHS may refer to: Central Noble High School Albion, Indiana, an Indiana, USA high school. Cardinal Newman High School West Palm Beach, Florida, a Florida, USA high school. Cardinal Newman High School Santa Rosa, California, a California, USA hig ...

                                               

Redan (disambiguation)

Redan may refer to: Redan, a fortification work in a V-shaped salient angled toward an expected attack Redan High School Redan hole, a golf hole with a sloping, "v" shaped green, named after the fortification Redan, Georgia, a town in the United ...

                                               

Stansbury

Stansbury, South Australia Stansbury Island, adjacent in south Great Salt Lake Stansbury Park, Utah, United States Stansbury Mountains, adjacent, south of Stansbury Island Stansbury Peninsula, in the South Shetland Islands

                                               

Kingsford

Australia Kingsford, South Australia Kingsford, New South Wales United Kingdom Kingsford, near Stewarton, Ayrshire in Scotland Kingsford, Worcestershire, England United States of America Kingsford Heights, Indiana Kingsford, Michigan

                                               

Seafield Childrens Hospital

Seafield House, which was originally commissioned by Sir William Arrol for use as his home, was designed by Clarke & Bell in the Italianate style and completed in 1859. It was converted into an auxiliary hospital at the start of the First World W ...

                                               

Oliver Crane

Raised in the Lawrenceville section of Lawrence Township, Mercer County, New Jersey, Crane took a year off after graduating from the Peddie School and before he enrolled at Princeton University to undertake his transatlantic journey.

                                               

Leo Pacheco

Leo Pacheco is an American politician from the state of Texas. A member of the Democratic Party, Pacheco has served in the Texas House of Representatives, representing the 118th district, since 2019.

                                               

U of C

U of C may refer to: Australia University of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Canada University of Calgary, Alberta New Zealand University of Canterbury, Christchurch Portugal University of Coimbra Spain University of Cantabria United Kingd ...

                                               

Longfellow Elementary School

There are a number of elementary schools named Longfellow Elementary School: Longfellow Elementary School West Allis, Wisconsin Longfellow Elementary School Houston, Texas Longfellow Elementary School Idaho Falls, Idaho Longfellow Elementary Scho ...

                                               

Central Catholic High School

Central Catholic High School may refer to: Central Catholic High School Lawrence, Massachusetts Central Catholic High School Grand Island, Nebraska Central Catholic High School West Point, Nebraska Central Catholic High School Modesto, California ...

                                               

Cumberland High School

Cumberland High School can refer to: In the United States Cumberland High School Virginia in Cumberland, Virginia Cumberland High School Wisconsin in Cumberland, Wisconsin Cumberland County High School Kentucky in Burkesville, Kentucky Cumberland ...

                                               

Army School of Logistics

Army School of Logistics is located at Clappenburg, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. Established on 9 May 2011, to provide academic and training programs in logistics science and management science for both Commissioned Officer and Non Commissioned Officers.

                                               

Kingswood School (disambiguation)

Kingswood School may refer to in Burma Kingswood High School, Kalaw in England Kings Wood School, Essex Kingswood House School, Epsom, Surrey Kingswood School, Bath, Somerset The Kingswood School, former name of Kingswood Secondary Academy, North ...

                                               

Lee County Library

There are twelve Lee counties in the United States. Some have a single library branch within their county and other Lee counties have a system of multiple libraries. Lee County Library may refer to: Lee County Public Library Kentucky Lee County P ...

                                               

1928 New Hampshire Wildcats football team

The 1928 New Hampshire Wildcats football team was an American football team that represented the University of New Hampshire as a member of the New England Conference during the 1928 college football season. In its 13th season under head coach Wi ...

                                               

1934 New Hampshire Wildcats football team

The 1934 New Hampshire Wildcats football team was an American football team that represented the University of New Hampshire as a member of the New England Conference during the 1934 college football season. In its 19th season under head coach Wi ...

                                               

Edgar Eugene Joralemon

Edgar Eugene Joralemon was an architect in the U.S. The Drum Hill High School and Dunkirk School Number 7 are among the buildings he designed that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. He worked in Minnesota and then Upstate New ...

                                               

Libby (disambiguation)

In space 5672 Libby, an asteroid In the United States Libby High School, on the National Register of Historic Places Libby Amtrak station Libby, Minnesota, an unincorporated community Libby Township, Aitkin County, Minnesota Libby, Montana, a cit ...

                                               

Marie L. Clinton

Marie Louise Clay Clinton was an American educator, singer, and church leader, founder and superintendent of the Buds of Promise Juvenile Mission Society, under the Womens Home and Overseas Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Zi ...

                                               

Alpena

Alpena, South Dakota, a town located in Jerauld County, South Dakota Alpena, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Randolph County, West Virginia Alpena, Arkansas, a town located in Boone County, Arkansas

                                               

Greg Simon

Greg Simon is an American political aide who supported Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Al-Gore. His private sector work is concentrated in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and telecommunications sectors. Simon is credited with advancing key feder ...

                                               

Aloysius Ahearn

Aloysius J. Ahearn was an American politician and educator. Ahearn served in the Connecticut House of Representatives from 1975 to 1977 and again from 1979 until 1981 as a member of the Democratic Party. Ahearn was born in Boston, Massachusetts, ...

                                               

David Doherty (politician)

Doherty graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Waterbury, Connecticut. He earned a B.A. in political science from Merrimack College in 1967 and an M.A. in guidance and psychology from Assumption College in 1969.

                                               

John D. Couriel

Couriel received a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College, and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. He began his legal career as a law clerk to Judge John D. Bates of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. He served as a ...

                                               

Renatha Francis

Francis received a Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, from the University of the West Indies, and a Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law. She began her career as a law clerk to judges of the Florida First District Court of Appeal. F ...

                                               

Keck

Keck may refer to: 5811 Keck, an asteroid Keck, another name for Cow Parsley Keck, Kentucky, an unincorporated community, United States Keck surname

                                               

Jeff Alltus

On February 5, 1955, Alltus was born in Modesto, California. Alltus parents were Vernon and Faith nee Frederick Alltus. In 1973, Alltus graduated from Thomas Downey High School in Modesto, California.

                                               

Bennington (disambiguation)

Bennington, Idaho Bennington CDP, Vermont, an urbanized area within the town of Bennington Bennington, Kansas Bennington County, Vermont Bennington, New York Bennington, Illinois Bennington, Indiana Bennington, Oklahoma Bennington, Nebraska Benni ...

                                               

Madison School District 321

Secondary Madison Junior High School Madison High School Central Alternative High School Primary Kennedy Elementary School Burton Elementary School Adams Elementary School Elementary South Fork Elementary School Lincoln Elementary School Hibbard ...

                                               

York County

in Australia York County, Western Australia County of York South Australia in Canada York County, Ontario York County, New Brunswick in the United Kingdom County of York, West Riding Yorkshire, England County of York, North Riding County of York, ...

                                               

Coburn

Coburn, California, an unincorporated community, United States Coburn, West Virginia, an unincorporated community, United States Coburn Hill, Yellowstone County, Montana, United States Coburn, Pennsylvania, a census-designated place, United State ...

                                               

Hudson Hoagland

Hudson Hoagland was an American neuroscientist, a Guggenheim Fellow, the founder of the Worcester Foundation for Biomedical Research and a recipient of the American Humanist award.

                                               

Sperry

In the United States: Sperry, Missouri William Miller Sperry Observatory or Sperry Observatory, an astronomical observatory owned by Union County College and operated by Amateur Astronomers, Incorporated on Union County College on their Cranford, ...

                                               

Richland

by state Richland, Michigan Richland, Oregon Richland, Mississippi disambiguation Richland, Rusk County, Wisconsin Richland, Rush County, Indiana Richland, Nebraska Richland, New Jersey Richland, Richland County, Wisconsin Richland, California Ri ...

                                               

Highline

Highline, California, a former town Hi-Line Railroad Bridge, the historic, high railroad bridge located over the Sheyenne River in Valley City, North Dakota. The Highline, a segment of the Western Pacific Railroad in Northern California, linking ...

                                               

Rollins (disambiguation)

In the United States Rollins, Minnesota, an unincorporated community Rollins Mountain, Maine Rollins Pass, Rocky Mountains, Colorado Rollins, Georgia, an unincorporated community Rollins State Park, New Hampshire Rollins, Montana, a census-design ...

                                               

Hosea Hildreth

Hosea Hildreth was an educator and minister in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Born in 1782 in Massachusetts, he graduated from Harvard College in 1805. His son, Richard Hildreth was born in Deerfield, Massachusetts in 1807, where Hosea Hildreth ...

                                               

Riverzedge

Riverzedge is a non-profit arts organization centered on providing arts education and programming for underserved youth in the Woonsocket area. Riverzedge was founded in 2002. In 2014, the organization moved into its Second Avenue Studio Complex, ...

                                               

Lucy Rawlings Tootell

Martha Lucy Rawlings Tootell was an American schoolteacher and politician who served in the Rhode Island House of Representatives. She represented District 52 from 1973 until 1977.

                                               

Code Ninjas

Code Ninjas is a for-profit educational organization specializing in teaching coding to kids. It is headquartered in Pear Land, Texas. It was founded by David Graham in 2016, inspired by watching his son learn Tae Kwon Do.