Umeda

of western Japan). Other areas of Fukushima-ku were converted from factories into residential areas and commercial districts. direction_b West terminus_b thumb Route 1 heading through Shiba, Tokyo Shiba (Image:Tokyotower sakurada.jpg) towards Tokyo Tower '''National Route 1''' is a major highway (National highways of Japan) on the island of Honshū in Japan. It connects Chūō, Tokyo

(originates at the origins of Routes 4 (Route 4 (Japan)), 6 (Route 6 (Japan)), 14 (Route 14 (Japan)), 15 (Route 15 (Japan)), 17 (Route 17 (Japan)) and 20 (Route 20 (Japan))) *Terminus: Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka (ends at the origins of Routes 2 (Route 2 (Japan)), 26 (Route 26 (Japan)), 163 (Route 163 (Japan)) and 165 (Route 165 (Japan)) and the terminus of Routes 25 (Route 25 (Japan)) and 176 (Route 176 (Japan))) *Major cities: Kawasaki, Kanagawa Kawasaki

, Yokohama, Odawara (Odawara, Kanagawa), Numazu (Numazu, Shizuoka), Shizuoka (Shizuoka, Shizuoka), Hamamatsu (Hamamatsu, Shizuoka), Nagoya, Yokkaichi (Yokkaichi, Mie), Otsu (Ōtsu, Shiga), Kyoto direction_a East terminus_a br


Fulton, Oswego County, New York

with NY 176 (New York State Route 176). Like NY 31 in Baldwinsville, NY 48 originally overlapped NY 176 north to NY 3 (New York State Route 3) (Broadway), where NY 176 continued east. Now, however, NY 176 ends here and NY 48 continues solo to NY 3. Past Broadway, NY 48 proceeds north through the remainder of Fulton, now paralleling NY 481 (New York State Route 481) extremely close with just Oswego


Parma, Ohio

State Route 94 ), * Broadview Road (State Route 176 (Ohio State Route 176)), which forms part of the eastern boundary of Parma. The State Route 176 designation continues northward via the Jennings Freeway (Ohio State Route 176), connecting Parma to downtown Cleveland. Its major east-west roads, in order from north to south, are: * I-480 (Interstate 480 (Ohio)), running just north of Parma's northern border, * Brookpark Road (State Route 17 (Ohio State Route 17)), forming Parma's

; ref Two other limited-access highways serve Cleveland. The Cleveland Memorial Shoreway carries State Route 2 (Ohio State Route 2) along its length, and at varying points also carries US 6 (U.S. Route 6), US 20 (U.S. Route 20) and I-90. The Jennings Freeway (State Route 176 (Ohio State Route 176)) connects I-71 just south of I-90 to I-480 near the suburbs of Parma (Parma, Ohio) and Brooklyn Heights (Brooklyn Heights, Ohio). A third highway, the Berea Freeway ( Ohio State

part of its territory to the new Eparchy of St. Josaphat in Parma, Ohio, erected by Pope John Paul II. Ukrainian Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia Jennings Freeway State Route 176's route from I-71 to State Route 17 (Ohio State Route 17) (Brookpark Road) is a limited-access highway. From 1968, it functioned as an exit off of I-71 (Interstate 71) and side streets


Sainte-Thècle, Quebec

). At the south of Lake Cobb-Dorval, the river collects another discharge from the west who pours the waters of lakes Embryo, "au canard" and Button. At the center of the lake Nicolas (altitude: 227 m), the river receives on the East side, the outlet of Lake Fontaine (Mékinac) (altitude: 287 m). Finally, the river flows into a small lake located in the northwest end of Lake Roberge (Grandes-Piles) (altitude: 176 m). This small lake also receives the waters of the second Lake

: Geneviève Leblanc and Marie-Ange B. Plamondon. 152 pages. (Edition sold out). * First appendix entitled "''Obituary Lac-aux-Chicots-Sainte-Thècle from 1975 to 1979''", Edited in French by "Éditions du bien public", p. 153 - 176, published in 1980, by Geneviève Leblanc and Marie-Ange B. Plamondon. This appendix contains in particular the data of the census of 1895 written by the priest Michel E. Jannelle. (Edition sold out). * The second appendix entitled "


Ballantrae, Ontario

in 1971. A Brief History of Whitchurch-Stouffville (Part 5), Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville (official website). The hamlet of Stouffville grew rapidly in the 1840s, and by 1849, it had "one physician and surgeon, two stores, two taverns, one blacksmith, one waggon maker, one oatmeal mill, one tailor, one shoemaker."176 mode 2up Stouffville, ''Canadian

; The hamlet of Stouffville grew rapidly in the 1840s, and by 1849, it had "one physician and surgeon, two stores, two taverns, one blacksmith, one waggon maker, one oatmeal mill, one tailor, one shoemaker."176 mode 2up Stouffville, ''Canadian Gazatteer'' (Toronto: Roswell, 1849), 177. The population reached 350 in 1851, 600 in 1866, and 866 in 1881, with a diversity of Mennonite, Methodist


Thinis

event, their royal seat was likely at Thinis, already a ''nome'' capital. Ryholt 1997: 165 New Kingdom and Late Period The city's steady decline appears to have halted briefly during Dynasty XVIII (Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt) (c. 1550 – c. 1292 BCE), when Thinis enjoyed renewed prominence, based on its geographical connection to various oases (Oasis) Redford 2003: 176 n. 58 of possible military importance. Bryan 2006: 104

; Redford 2003: 176 and Min, tutor to the prince Amenhotep III. Bryan 2006: 100 Nonetheless, Thinis had declined to a settlement of little significance by the historic period. Maspero 1903: 331 The misleading reference on a seventh-century BCE Assyrian stele to "Nespamedu, king of Thinis" is nothing more than a reflection of Assyrian "ignorance of the subtlety of the Egyptian


Gravenhurst, Ontario

of Gravenhurst (Gravenhurst, Ontario). The word was subsequently changed by tourism promoters to ''Kawartha'', with the meaning "bright waters and happy lands." Initial construction A freeway east of Highway 11 was in the works as early as 1954, when the province

Tribunal Members-eng.asp#lay Member Appointments: Mr. Keith C. Montgomery , Competition Tribunal, accessed 16 January 2011. He is a member of the United Church of Canada.176 Canada Votes 2004: Parry Sound—Muskoka, accessed 16 January 2011. elevation cities Muskoka Lakes (Muskoka Lakes, Ontario), Gravenhurst (Gravenhurst, Ontario), Bala (Bala, Ontario) frozen '''Lake Muskoka''' is located


Perm Krai

(Perm Krai) Vishera River — 415 km (258 mi) *Yayva River — 403 km (250 mi) *Kosva River — 283 km (176 mi) *Kosa River — 267 km (165 mi) *Veslyana River — 266 km (165 mi) *Inva River — 257 km (159 mi) *Obva River — 247 km (153 mi) There are also many small rivers, but some of them have historical significance, for example Yegoshikha River

%''' ---- Bolshesosnovsky 14,292 219 268 15.32 18.75 -0.34% ---- Vereshchagynsky 43,410 710 744 16.36 17.14 -0.08% ---- Gornozavodsky 27,885 396 582 14.20 20.87 -0.65% ---- Yelovsky 12,299 176 229 14.31 18.62 -0.43% ---- Kochevsky 12,356 181 196 14.65 15.86 -0.12% ---- Ilyinsky 20,311 278 408 13.69 20.09 -0.64% ---- Karagaysky 23,907 360 381 15.06 15.94 -0.08% ---- Kishertsky 14,578 158 280 10.84 19.21 -0.83% ---- Krasnovishersky 26,287 335 455

24,651 366 455 14.85 18.46 -0.36% ---- Permsky 87,342 1,275 1,383 14.60 15.83 -0.12% ---- Sivinsky 16,797 297 266 17.68 15.84 0.18% ---- Solikamsky 17,637 203 265 11.51 15.03 -0.35% ---- Suksunsky 20,925 294 349 14.05 16.68 -0.26% ---- Uynsky 12,631 180 212 14.25 16.78 -0.25% ---- Usolsky 13,788 176 299 12.76 21.69 -0.88% ---- Chastinsky 14,450 207 254 14.33 17.58 -0.33% ---- Cherdynsky 32,522 342 542 10.52 16.67 -0.61


Vinh

on 20 June 1965, a victory shared by Lieutenant Clinton B. Johnson and Lieutenant, junior grade Charles W. Hartman III of VA-25 (VFA-25); Johnson, Clinton. "Skyraider vs Mig-17." ''Untold Stories.'' Retrieved: 14 July 2011. and one on 9 October 1966 by LTJG William T. Patton of VA-176 (Attack Squadron 176 (U.S. Navy)). While on his very first mission, Navy pilot


Kenzō Tange

the destruction of Hiroshima. The discussions at Hoddesdon sowed discontent within CIAM that eventually contributed to its breakup after their Dubrovnik meeting in 1956; Stewart (1987), p. 173-176 the younger members of CIAM formed a splinter group known as Team X, which Tange later joined. Tange presented various designs to Team X in their meetings. At a 1959 meeting in Otterlo, Holland, one of his presentations included an unrealised project by Kiyonori Kikutake

; this project became the basis of the Metabolist Movement. Stewart (1987), pp. 176–177 When Tange travelled back to Japan from the 1951 CIAM meeting, he visited Le Corbusier's nearly complete Unité d'Habitation in Marseilles, France. He also looked at the sketches for the new capital of Punjab (Punjab (India)) at Chandigarh, India. Stewart (1987), p. 175 Tokyo World Design Conference and urban


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