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Ribble Valley

''', and Dunsop Bridge. It covers Sykes Fell, Whins Brow, Croasdale Fell and Wolfhole Crag. Prior to 1974, it formed part of Bowland Rural District in the West Riding of Yorkshire. '''Bowland-with-Leagram''' is a civil parish in the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England, covering part of the Forest of Bowland. According to the census, the parish had a population of 181 in 1951 and 128 in 2001. The upper reaches of the river feed the large


Atlanta metropolitan area

in Gwinnett county southeast of Norcross Community Improvement District , or Highway 78 Community Improvement District, covering part of the U.S. 78 corridor in Gwinnett near Snellville Community Improvement District , established early 2010 in Lilburn (Lilburn, Georgia) * Camp Creek Parkway CID * Airport West CID * Airport East CID Education Atlanta Public Schools has been plagued by a widely publicized cheating scandal exposed in 2009. John Creek ranked among top in the nation for education. Major Universities List of colleges and universities in metropolitan Atlanta * Atlanta University Center ** Clark Atlanta University ** Morehouse College ** Spelman College ** Interdenominational Theological Center * Emory University * Georgia Gwinnett College * Georgia Institute of Technology * Georgia State University * Kennesaw State University * Mercer University * Savannah College of Art and Design Healthcare The area is served by a diverse network of healthcare facilities including private practice, urgent care, hospital systems, and specialty care facilities. There are approximately 28 hospitals serving the metro. There are both private for profit systems and several robust community not-for-profit systems. Major Healthcare Systems * Emory Healthcare, the largest health care system in Georgia. * Grady Memorial Hospital * Piedmont * Shepherd Center * Wellstar Health System * Northside Hospital * Gwinnett Medical Center * Reagan Medical Center * Children's Healthcare * Atlanta VA Medical Center Media TV * CNN * Turner Broadcasting * The Weather Channel Radio Star 94, 94.1 Atlanta Rock, 100.5 The River, 97.1 Print * The Atlanta Journal-Constitution * Atlanta Business Chronicle * Atlanta (Atlanta (magazine)) Magazine * The Atlantan * Jezebel * Atlanta Parent Culture & Attractions Sports The metro hosts 4 major league sports franchises: Atlanta Hawks of the NBA; Atlanta Dream of the WNBA; Atlanta Falcons of the NFL; and Atlanta Braves of MLB. Former teams include the Atlanta Thrashers of the NHL. The Braves will be moving to SunTrust Park in the Cumberland area of Cobb County, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta when the lease on Turner Field expires after 2016. The Braves has a farm team that also plays in the Atlanta metro, the Gwinnett Braves. Sports Venues * Georgia Dome, home of the Falcons & GSU Panthers * Philips Arena, home of the Hawks & Dream, and former home of the Thrashers. * Turner Field, home of the Braves * Coolray Field, home of the Gwinnett Braves. Performing Arts Venues Fox Theater Museums List of museums in Atlanta Prominent Museums include: *High Museum of Art *Fernbank Museum of Natural History *Fernbank Science Center *Children's Museum of Atlanta *Delta Flight Museum Amusement *Six Flags over Georgia *World of Coca-Cola *Georgia Aquarium *College Football Hall of Fame Parks *Piedmont Park *Atlanta Botanical Gardens *Stone Mountain *Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Other *CNN Center Military Presence * Fort Gillem, Closed. * Fort McPherson, Closed. * Dobbins Air Reserve Base Transportation Transit systems Atlanta has always been a railroad town, and the city once had an extensive streetcar (Streetcars in Atlanta) system around the city, and which also provided interurban service as far out as Marietta,  USD). The scene in Georgia is set in Dekalb County (Dekalb County, Georgia), which they pronounce in the show with the "l." Local pronunciation of the county, in the Atlanta metropolitan area, omits the "l," and as such, should be pronounced ''deh-kab'', not ''deh-kalb'' as in the show. DeKalb County, Illinois, by contrast, is pronounced with the "l" sound.


Saskatoon

of the Legislative Assembly MLA for the provincial constituency of Saskatoon Meewasin, covering part of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. *Piapot *Saskatoon: Derived from the Cree word ''misāskwatōmin'', meaning Saskatoon berry - a fruit native to the area. *Wakaw Insignia Upon admission into the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, members are presented with the order's insignia at a ceremony held either at Government House (Saskatchewan) Government House


Portsmouth

and ballroom dancing. Lynnfield has since become a modern, chiefly residential suburb of Boston. Along with the communities of Chelsea, Lynn, Salem, Marblehead, Danvers, Middleton, Andover, Methuen, Haverhill, Amesbury and Salisbury, Lynnfield was a part of "The Gerry-mander" (Gerrymandering) so described by the Boston Gazette on March 26, 1812. * Zone 2: South of the Thames, east of the A3 covering part of Surrey, Sussex and Kent * Zone 3: North West of the A3, south

of the A4 covering part of Surrey, Hampshire (excluding Portsmouth), the Isle of Wight, Dorset and South West England * Zone 4: North of the A4, south west of the A5 covering the south (South Midlands) and West Midlands (West Midlands (region)), Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire and south (South Wales), west (West Wales) and Mid Wales. '''Havant''' ( ) is a town in south east Hampshire on the South coast


Regina, Saskatchewan

of the Legislative Assembly MLA for the provincial constituency of Saskatoon Meewasin, covering part of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. - Hotel Saskatchewan 45 12 1927 Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) Ross and Macdonald - birth_date Early life Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Barber earned


Brazil

'') is the metro (rapid transit) system in Brasília, the capital of Brazil. It is operated by Metro-DF or Companhia do Metropolitano do Distrito Federal, and was opened in 2001. The system has 24 stations on two lines, in operation from 06:00 AM to 11:30 PM Mondays to Saturdays, and from 07:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Sundays, and covering part of the metropolitan area. Its main problem is the sheer distance between stations, making it a small component of the transit system of Brasília. The community of Águas Claras is well served by the system, making it one of the fastest-growing areas of Brasília. The '''Greater Rhea''', ''Rhea americana'', is a flightless bird found in eastern South America. Other names for the Greater Rhea include the '''Grey''', '''Common''', '''American Rhea''', '''ñandú''' (Guarani (Guaraní language)) or '''ema''' (Portuguese (Portuguese (language))). One of two species in the genus Rhea (Rhea (bird)), in the family Rheidae, the Greater Rhea is endemic to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay. It inhabits a variety of open areas, such as grasslands, savanna or grassy wetlands. It has a length of


Canada

'''Richard "Rick" Chiarelli''' is a politician in Ontario, Canada. He is currently an Ottawa City Councillor, and the second cousin of former Ottawa mayor Bob Chiarelli. He represents the College Ward covering part of Nepean (Nepean, Ontario) and Ottawa's west end. '''Angella Taylor-Issajenko''', CM (Order of Canada) (née Taylor; born September 28, 1958 in Jamaica) is a former Canadian (Canada) Sprint (race) sprinter


United States

. The airport and the county of Muskegon restored service to Chicago through the ''Essential Air Service'' program. The '''Pembina Territory''' ( ) was a section of land covering part of the northern United States. It covered modern Minnesota and the Dakotas. It was formerly part of British Rupert's Land (controlled by the Hudson's Bay Company) from 1670 to 1818, when the Treaty of 1818 transferred the Red River valley


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