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Tonga

... CDC (User:Cdc) (talk) (User talk:Cdc) 18:53, 28 August 2005 (UTC)'' *'''KEEP''' - The '''islands''' are federally recognized and designated as islands in the state of Massachusetts, you can reference this information on the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS.) There's a link directed to the GNIS on any one of the Bass Rock articles. Also, Bass Rock in Norfolk County is marked with a buoy as an isolated danger, it's

nicknamed or otherwise called "The Spindle", and on or around that particular Bass Rock lies a diversed marine ecosystem. At first, I might think of such islands as these as insignificant, too insignificant enough to be mentioned on Wiki. Although, if a geospatial satellite photogenically and geographically records and make measurements of such islands as these using tax-payer money, the man hours it took to record these into government datatbases, such islands as these with their designated names appearing on nautical maps and perhaps various other maps, people giving it another name and or nickname to it, visually marking the presence of this particular island with a buoy as it seems to pose a significant isolated danger to passing vessels in nearby busy marine traffic areas, an important marine ecosystem existing on and or around it, & etc. then such federally-designated islands as these must be of some significance, because the federal government, various government agencies, and various peoples and organizations sure do think so. Another point I would like to make is that islands of any "significance" evidently plays an important role in maritime claims, boundaries, and or disputes for political entities. An example would be that the Pacific island Kingdom of Tonga (Tonga) was able to expand its jurisdiction, laws, and its national boundary by many nautical square miles into the Pacific Ocean from the point of the Minerva Reefs in 1972, a small and "insignificant" reef island that is barely above water during low tides. In addition, the Minerva Reefs was almost a widely controversial issue of interest in 1972, before the Kingdom of Tonga (Tonga) laid claim to the reefs, an American businessman seriously tried to convert and claim the island into an independent island country, called the Republic of Minerva. This reminds me of a common quote that I've heard many times before, is that "One man's trash is another man's treasure." Also, There's an arctic island and or "rock" off the coast of Greenland that is an issue of a long international dispute between Canada and Denmark. The tiny uninhabitable island and or "rock" is called Hans Island. Both countries has claimed Hans Island as their own, claiming that it's part of their country's soil and boundary. The dispute has become ever more significant, with both countries sending official government spokesmen and military personnal to and or on the island, erecting their country's flag into this seasonally-unfrozen barren island and or "rock." The international dispute still remains officially unsolved. UniReb (User:UniReb) 19:50, 28 August 2005 (UTC) ::The Minerva Reefs and Hans Island are included because of the territorial disputes associated with them. But those three rocks are just rocks, they have nothing to speak for it. It is up to the article to assert its justification to be included. If that can't be done, be well rid of it. Wah! Pilatus (User:Pilatus) 13:52, 29 August 2005 (UTC) ** ''I type slowly... CDC (User:Cdc) (talk) (User talk:Cdc) 18:53, 28 August 2005 (UTC)'' *'''KEEP''' - The '''islands''' are federally recognized and designated as islands in the state of Massachusetts, you can reference this information on the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS.) There's a link directed to the GNIS on any one of the Bass Rock articles. Also, Bass Rock in Norfolk County is marked with a buoy as an isolated danger, it's nicknamed or otherwise called "The Spindle", and on or around that particular Bass Rock lies a diversed marine ecosystem. At first, I might think of such islands as these as insignificant, too insignificant enough to be mentioned on Wiki. Although, if a geospatial satellite photogenically and geographically records and make measurements of such islands as these using tax-payer money, the man hours it took to record these into government datatbases, such islands as these with their designated names appearing on nautical maps and perhaps various other maps, people giving it another name and or nickname to it, visually marking the presence of this particular island with a buoy as it seems to pose a significant isolated danger to passing vessels in nearby busy marine traffic areas, an important marine ecosystem existing on and or around it, & etc. then such federally-designated islands as these must be of some significance, because the federal government, various government agencies, and various peoples and organizations sure do think so. Another point I would like to make is that islands of any "significance" evidently plays an important role in maritime claims, boundaries, and or disputes for political entities. An example would be that the Pacific island Kingdom of Tonga (Tonga) was able to expand its jurisdiction, laws, and its national boundary by many nautical square miles into the Pacific Ocean from the point of the Minerva Reefs in 1972, a small and "insignificant" reef island that is barely above water during low tides. In addition, the Minerva Reefs was almost a widely controversial issue of interest in 1972, before the Kingdom of Tonga (Tonga) laid claim to the reefs, an American businessman seriously tried to convert and claim the island into an independent island country, called the Republic of Minerva. This reminds me of a common quote that I've heard many times before, is that "One man's trash is another man's treasure." Also, There's an arctic island and or "rock" off the coast of Greenland that is an issue of a long international dispute between Canada and Denmark. The tiny uninhabitable island and or "rock" is called Hans Island. Both countries has claimed Hans Island as their own, claiming that it's part of their country's soil and boundary. The dispute has become ever more significant, with both countries sending official government spokesmen and military personnal to and or on the island, erecting their country's flag into this seasonally-unfrozen barren island and or "rock." The international dispute still remains officially unsolved. UniReb (User:UniReb) 19:50, 28 August 2005 (UTC) ::The Minerva Reefs and Hans Island are included because of the territorial disputes associated with them. But those three rocks are just rocks, they have nothing to speak for it. It is up to the article to assert its justification to be included. If that can't be done, be well rid of it. Wah! Pilatus (User:Pilatus) 13:52, 29 August 2005 (UTC) *1971 - Iceland, Norway and Denmark *1972 - Fiji, Tonga and San Francisco *1973 - Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire) Fatalities 1 Areas Samoa, Tonga, Niue, American Samoa Hurricane season 2003-04 South Pacific cyclone season '''Cyclone Heta''' was a powerful Category 5 (Saffir-Simpson Scale) tropical cyclone that caused catastrophic damage to the islands of Tonga, Niue, and American Samoa during late December 2003 and early January 2004. Heta formed on December 25, 2003; it reached a maximum intensity of Commons:Category:Tonga WikiPedia:Tonga Dmoz:Regional Oceania Tonga


Faroe Islands

occurrence, on several occasions a Black-browed Albatross has summered in Scottish (Scotland) Gannet colonies (Bass Rock, Hermaness and now Sula Sgeir) for a number of years. Ornithologists believe that it was the same bird, known as ''Albert'', who lives in north Scotland. Ivens, Martin (9 May 2007) Commons:Category:Faroe Islands WikiPedia:Faroe Islands Dmoz:Regional Europe Faroe Islands


Ordnance Survey

The associated lodge gates, piers and wing walls were designed at the same time by Douglas and are also listed Grade&


Gdańsk

;nbsp;293–4 This provoked a fierce response from James Douglas (James Douglas, 7th Earl of Douglas) of Balvenie (Balvenie Castle) who overtook and killed Fleming while Orkney and James escaped to the comparative safety of the Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth. They remained on the rock for more than a month before boarding the France bound ''Maryenknyght'', a ship from Danzig (Gdańsk). Boardman,''Early


Canada

, Faroe Islands and Iceland, with small numbers in France (they are often seen in the Bay of Biscay), the Channel Islands and Norway. The biggest Northern gannet colony is in the Scottish islands of St Kilda (St Kilda, Scotland); this colony alone comprises 20% of the entire world's population. Sulasgeir off the coast of the Isle of Lewis, Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth, Grassholm in Pembrokeshire and Bonaventure Island, Quebec are also important

with yellow perch, large and small mouth bass, rock bass, carp, sunfish (Centrarchidae), pumpkinseed fish, bluegills, and silver bass available. The State of Michigan owns about 75% of the area of the Island, and has waterfowl and wildlife sanctuaries throughout. Mad Trapper of Rat River December 31, 1931. Fur trapper Albert Johnson (Albert Johnson (criminal)) opened fire on Constables Alfred King and Joe Bernard of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as another

on the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS.) There's a link directed to the GNIS on any one of the Bass Rock articles. Also, Bass Rock in Norfolk County is marked with a buoy as an isolated danger, it's nicknamed or otherwise called "The Spindle", and on or around that particular Bass Rock lies a diversed marine ecosystem. At first, I might think of such islands as these as insignificant, too insignificant enough to be mentioned on Wiki. Although, if a geospatial satellite


Boston

. tour in the "The Rock Capital" (a term coined by Bass). The WMMS-sponsored concert was a "phenomenal success" Olszewski (#Olszewski), p. 82. and prompted the station to sponsor a second show that year — rarely done at that time for an artist's first tour. This second show sold out immediately, and was held


Norway

gannet colony is in the Scottish islands of St Kilda (St Kilda, Scotland); this colony alone comprises 20% of the entire world's population. Sulasgeir off the coast of the Isle of Lewis, Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth, Grassholm in Pembrokeshire and Bonaventure Island, Quebec are also important Northern gannet breeding sites. - id "NO" NO Norway 1974 .no Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


France

gannet colony is in the Scottish islands of St Kilda (St Kilda, Scotland); this colony alone comprises 20% of the entire world's population. Sulasgeir off the coast of the Isle of Lewis, Bass Rock in the Firth of Forth, Grassholm in Pembrokeshire and Bonaventure Island, Quebec are also important Northern gannet breeding sites. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


United States

islands in the delta including Walpole Island, home to the Walpole Island First Nation of Native Americans (North American Indians). The St. Clair Flats is home to wildlife such as the great blue heron, snapping turtle (Chelydridae)s,watersnakes, muskrats, mink, whitetail deer, pintail, canvasback and mallard ducks, Canada geese and red-winged blackbirds. The area is a popular fishing spot with yellow perch, large and small mouth bass, rock bass, carp, Centrarchidae

-Retox release 1818437 '''Bass Rock''' is a small barren rock between Plum Island Sound and Ipswich Bay, in Ipswich (Ipswich, Massachusetts), Massachusetts, USA (United States). The rock is just south of Sandy Point and Sand Point State Reserve on Plum Island and northeast of Little Neck (neighborhood) on Great Neck. The Capitals tried spending their way out of their difficulties, but that only caused more problems. With the team in debt and losing money

), WMMS helped break many new rock artists nationally, most notably David Bowie. Based on considerably high record sales in the Cleveland market, Bowie — in his Ziggy Stardust (The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars) persona alongside the Spiders from Mars — kicked off his first U.S. (United States) tour in the "The Rock Capital" (a term coined by Bass). The WMMS-sponsored concert was a "


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