Fairlie, Texas

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Fairlie, Texas

Unincorporated community

Fairlie Baptist Church in October 2015

Country
United States

State
Texas

County
Hunt

Population (2010)

 • Total
80

Time zone
Central (CST) (UTC-6)

 • Summer (DST)
CDT (UTC-5)

ZIP code
75428

Area code(s)
903

Fairlie is an unincorporated agricultural community in northeastern Hunt County, Texas, USA, about 11 miles from Greenville. It is on State Highway 11 between Commerce and Wolfe City.
There are 3 notable roads in Fairlie, TX. Both Hwy 50 and Hwy 11 cross through Fairlie and are intersected by FM 1563, which runs east and west through old downtown. As of 2010 there are no traffic signals in Fairlie.
History[edit]
The old cotton gin continued to operate into the 1990s. It was run by the Horn family who then sold it. Now Fairlie is home to the Ball Seed Clover company, located in the old railroad office.
References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Fairlie, Texas.

Handbook of Texas Online – Fairlie, TX

Coordinates: 33°18′48″N 95°57′30″W / 33.31333°N 95.95833°W / 33.31333; -95.95833

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Municipalities and communities of Hunt County, Texas, United States

County seat: Greenville

Cities

Caddo Mills
Campbell
Celeste
Commerce
Greenville
Hawk Cove
Josephine‡
Lone Oak
Quinlan
Royse City‡
Union Valley
West Tawakoni
Wolfe City

Town

Neylandville

Unincorporated
communities

Cash
Fairlie
Floyd
Jacobia
Kingston
Merit
Mexico

Footnotes

‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties

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Charles Shaw (journalist)

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For other people with this name, see Charles Shaw (disambiguation).
Charles Shaw (June 25, 1911 – December 14, 1987), was an American journalist who worked with Edward R. Murrow during World War II and then went on to be News Director and broadcast journalist at WCAU-TV, the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia.
Shaw was born in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh.
While at WCAU in the early 1950s, he was one of the first broadcast journalists to speak out against Senator Joseph McCarthy, even before Murrow did so.
In the late 1950s, Shaw was drawn to the story of the burgeoning Cuban revolution, and he travelled to Cuba to secretly meet with Fidel Castro and his brother Raúl Castro in the mountains of southern Cuba. When Castro came to power, Shaw was invited to Cuba by the new government, and he was also given a commendation by Castro when the new Cuban leader visited Washington in the early 1960s, before relations between the two governments turned sour.
After leaving CBS in the early 1960s, Shaw became editor of the Bucks County Gazette, in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
External links[edit]

Times staff (December 17, 1987). Charles Shaw, Journalist, 76. New York Times

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 107450689

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Berevoescu River

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Berevoescu River

(Berivoi River)

River

Countries
Romania

Counties
Argeș

Source
Făgăraş Mountains

Mouth
Dâmboviţa

The Berevoescu River or Berivoi River is a tributary of the Dâmboviţa River in Romania.
References[edit]

Administrația Națională Apelor Române – Cadastrul Apelor – București
Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie – Rîurile României – București 1971

Maps[edit]

Munții Făgăraș
Alpinet – Munții Făgăraș
Munții Iezer-Păpușa
Harta Județul Argeș

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Theodosia Meade, Countess of Clanwilliam

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Reynolds’ portrait

Theodosia Hawkins-Magill (1743 – 1817),[1] later Countess of Clanwilliam, was a great heiress and landowner in County Down, Ireland.
She was daughter and heir of Robert Hawkins-Magill (d. 10 April 1745), of Gill Hall, Dromore, County Down, by his second wife, Anne Bligh, daughter of John (Bligh), first Earl of Darnley.
She married John Meade (21 April 1744 – 19 October 1800 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin) on 29 August 1765, son and heir of Sir Richard Meade, 3rd Bart., of Ballintober, co. Cork, by Catherine, daughter of Henry Prittie, of Kilboy, co. Tipperary. Sir John Meade, 4th Bart., was created Baron Gillford, of the manor of Gillford, co. Down, and Viscount Clanwiliam, of co. Tipperary, on 17 November 1766, and Earl of Clanwilliam on 20 July 1776; all in the peerage of Ireland. Previously he had been MP for Banagher, 1764-66. Between them (hers being the far greater share) their estates in 1799 were said to be worth £14,000 per annum, which made them approximately the 11th largest landowners in Ireland.[2]
She was born 5 September 1743 and died at Brighton 2 March 1817. When young she was painted by both Reynolds and Gainsborough.

(Theodosia’s aunt, Lady Theodosia Bligh, who married William, 2nd Lord Brandon, in 1745, was known as Titty, this may also have been a name used for her).

She lived at Gill Hall and at Burrenwood; a cottage ornée put up near Castlewellan on some land half way between her mother’s house* (*Mrs Pendarves/Mary Delany of Bernard Ward and the former Lady Anne Hawkins-Magill: ‘He wants taste and Lady Anne is so whimsical that I doubt her judgement’) at Castle Ward (the mother had married (December 1747) Bernard Ward after the early death of her first husband, Robert Hawkins-Magill (d.1745)), the Greenore Ferry, Rathfriland, and her ancestral seat at Gill Hall.
Burrenwood is comparable with the Swiss cottage at Cahir (Tipperary); Derrymore, Bessbrook, Co. Armagh (National Trust, of Northern Ireland); and the Petit hameau de la Reine at Versailles.
Burrenwood stands between the forest parks of Tollymore and Castlewellan, beside the Mourne mountains and just inland from Dundrum bay at Newcastle.

Contents

1 Gill Hall, near Dromore

1.1 Descent of Gill Hall

2 Heraldic Note
3 Ancestors
4 References
5 Notes
6 External links

Gill Hall, near Dromore[edit]

Theodosia Meade, Countess of Clanwilliam (Miss Hawkins-Magill) by Joshua Reynolds (colour).

Meanwhile Gill Hall had become one of the most haun
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Backyard Baseball

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Backyard Baseball

The current Backyard Baseball logo.

Genres
Sports

Developers
Humongous Entertainment

Publishers
The Evergreen Group

Platforms
Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, Wii, Microsoft Windows, iOS, Xbox 360, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, Macintosh

Year of inception
1997

First release
Backyard Baseball
1997

Latest release
Backyard Sports: Baseball
2015

Backyard Baseball is a series of baseball video games for children which was developed by Humongous Entertainment and published by Atari. It was first released in October 1997 for Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. Later games were featured on Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, GameCube, Wii, and iOS. There have been eleven different versions of the game since 1997. Some of the game titles that were created include Backyard Baseball, Backyard Baseball 2001-2010, and Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers.
The original game consisted of 55 neighborhood kids which the gamer could choose to play. Over the years, the idea of “Pro players as kids” became popular, and the original statistics and looks of the players changed. Some of the professional players that were available included Chipper Jones, Frank Thomas, Alex Rodriguez, Alfonso Soriano, Ichiro Suzuki, Sammy Sosa, Jim Thome, Albert Pujols, Nomar Garciaparra, Ken Griffey Jr., and Barry Bonds. As the game progresses, there are some professionals that become available or “unlockable” including Randy Jo
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Offlanges

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Offlanges

Coat of arms

Offlanges

Location within Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region 

Offlanges

Coordinates: 47°12′33″N 5°33′04″E / 47.2092°N 5.5511°E / 47.2092; 5.5511Coordinates: 47°12′33″N 5°33′04″E / 47.2092°N 5.5511°E / 47.2092; 5.5511

Country
France

Region
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté

Department
Jura

Arrondissement
Dole

Canton
Montmirey-le-Château

Government

 • Mayor (2014–2020)
Marc Barbier

Area1
8.73 km2 (3.37 sq mi)

Population (2012)2
196

 • Density
22/km2 (58/sq mi)

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)

 • Summer (DST)
CEST (UTC+2)

INSEE/Postal code
39392 / 39290

Elevation
204–378 m (669–1,240 ft)

1 French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km² (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
2 Population without double counting: residents of multiple communes (e.g., students and military personnel) only counted once.

Offlanges is a commune in the Jura department in Franche-Comté in eastern France.
Population[edit]

Historical population

Year
Pop.
±%

1793
506
—    

1806
569
+12.5%

1821
470
−17.4%

1831
560
+19.1%

1841
569
+1.6%

1851
590
+3.7%

1861
532
−9.8%

1872
586
+10.2%

1881
520
−11.3%

1891
420
−19.2%

1901
326
−22.4%

1911
298
−8.6%

1921
249
−16.4%

1931
200
−19.7%

1946
189
−5.5%

1954
205
+8.5%

1962
176
−14.1%

1968
175
−0.6%

1975
153
−12.6%

1982
126
−17.6%

1990
161
+27.8%

1999
189
+17.4%

2006
193
+2.1%

2012
196
+1.6%

See also[edit]

Communes of the Jura department

References[edit]

INSEE statistics

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Communes of the Jura department

Abergement-la-Ronce
Abergement-le-Grand
Abergement-le-Petit
Abergement-lès-Thésy
Aiglepierre
Alièze
Amange
Andelot-en-Montagne
Andelot-Morval
Annoire
Arbois
Archelange
Ardon
Aresches
Arinthod
Arlay
Aromas
Arsure-Arsurette
Les Arsures
Asnans-Beauvoisin
Audelange
Augea
Augerans
Augisey
Aumont
Aumur
Authume
Auxange
Avignon-lès-Saint-Claude
Balaiseaux
Balanod
La Balme-d’Épy
Bans
Barésia-sur-l’Ain
La Barre
Barretaine
Baume-les-Messieurs
Baverans
Beaufort
Beffia
Bellecombe
Bellefontaine
Belmont
Bersaillin
Besain
Biarne
Bief-des-Maisons
Bief-du-Fourg
Biefmorin
Billecul
Bletterans
Blois-sur-Seille
Blye
Bois-d’Amont
Bois-de-
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Lake Columbia

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Lake Columbia

Location
Jackson County, Michigan

Coordinates
42°05′34″N 84°18′04″W / 42.0928°N 84.3011°W / 42.0928; -84.3011Coordinates: 42°05′34″N 84°18′04″W / 42.0928°N 84.3011°W / 42.0928; -84.3011

Primary inflows
Goose Creek

Primary outflows
Goose Creek

Basin countries
United States

Max. length
2.25 mi (3.6 km)

Max. width
1.7 mi (2.7 km)

Surface area
840 acres (3 km2)

Average depth
18 ft (5.5 m)

Max. depth
25 ft (7.6 m)

Residence time
47 years

Shore length1
14 mi (23 km)

Surface elevation
988 ft (301 m)

Islands
2

1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Lake Columbia is a small man-made lake in Columbia Township in southern Jackson County in the U.S. state of Michigan. Originally formed as a mill pond in 1836, it was expanded to 840 acres (3.4 km2) in 1961. At its greatest extent, the lake is 2 and 1/4 miles long and 1 and 3/4 miles wide. It has approximately 14 miles (23 km) of shoreline and the water source to the lake is Goose Creek. The lake has an average depth of 18 feet (5.5 m). Lake Columbia is located 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Brooklyn, Michigan. The latitude for the lake is 42.0928 and the longitude is -84.3011 with an elevation of 988 ft (301 m) above sea level.
Lake Columbia resides in the Columbia School District.[1] Columbia schools offer 1 Pre-k School located near Clark Lake. 2 Elementary Schools (K-5), 1 in Brooklyn and 1 in Cement City. 1 Middle school (6-8) in Brooklyn. 1 High School (9-12) located near Brooklyn and 1 Alternative School located near Clark Lake.
Lake Columbia is one of the many lakes in Jackson County that is entirely private. Yearly membership dues in the Lake Columbia Property Owners Association are required by residents of the lake. The lake has a total of 16 private parks. It also has 14 named shores where residents reside. It is a boaters and fishers paradise for local residents of the lake. Lake Columbia is stocked annually with Walleye or Bluegill fish. The fish population continues to grow in Lake Columbia every year.

Contents

1 Hydrology
2 Natural history
3 History

3.1 Prior to 1960
3.2 1960 to 1999
3.3 2000 to present

4 Parks around Lake Columbia
5 Local towns and areas
6 Local points of interest

6.1 Golf Courses
6.2 State and local parks
6.3 Points of interest

7 External links
8 References

Hydrology[edit
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Peritomy

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A peritomy, or peritectomy, is a procedure carried out during eye surgery, where a strip of the conjunctiva of an eye is removed, usually to correct pannus, where blood vessels begin to grow into the peripheral cornea. [1]
References[edit]

^ Definition of ‘peritomy’

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Dolinka, Slovakia

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See also: Dolinka, Człuchów County

Municipality Office

Veľký Krtíš District in the Banská Bystrica region

Dolinka (Hungarian: Inám) is a village and municipality in the Veľký Krtíš District of the Banská Bystrica Region of southern Slovakia.

Contents

1 History
2 Genealogical resources
3 See also
4 External links

History[edit]
In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1258 (Inam). In 1506 it belonged to Verbőczy family, and after to ecclesiastical Esztergom’s Capitol. From 1939 to 1944 it belonged to Hungary.
Genealogical resources[edit]
The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive “Statny Archiv in Banska Bystrica, Nitra, Slovakia”

Roman Catholic church records (births/marriages/deaths): 1771-1895 (parish B)

See also[edit]

List of municipalities and towns in Slovakia

External links[edit]

http://www.dolinka.org/
https://web.archive.org/web/20080111223415/http://www.statistics.sk/mosmis/eng/run.html
http://www.e-obce.sk/obec/dolinka/dolinka.html
Surnames of living people in Dolinka[permanent dead link]

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Municipalities of Veľký Krtíš District

Modrý Kameň
Veľký Krtíš

Balog nad Ipľom
Bátorová
Brusník
Bušince
Čebovce
Čeláre
Čelovce
Červeňany
Dačov Lom
Dolinka, Slovakia
Dolná Strehová
Dolné Plachtince
Dolné Strháre
Ďurkovce
Glabušovce
Horná Strehová
Horné Plachtince
Horné Strháre
Hrušov
Chrastince
Chrťany
Ipeľské Predmostie
Kamenné Kosihy
Kiarov
Kleňany
Koláre
Kosihovce
Kosihy nad Ipľom
Kováčovce
Lesenice
Ľuboriečka
Malá Čalomija
Malé Straciny
Malé Zlievce
Malý Krtíš
Muľa
Nenince
Nová Ves
Obeckov
Olováry
Opatovská Nová Ves
Opava
Pôtor
Pravica
Príbelce
Sečianky
Seľany
Senné
Sklabiná
Slovenské Ďarmoty
Slovenské Kľačany
Stredné Plachtince
Sucháň
Suché Brezovo
Širákov
Šuľa
Trebušovce
Veľká Čalomija
Veľká Ves nad Ipľom
Veľké Straciny
Veľké Zlievce
Veľký Lom
Vieska
Vinica
Vrbovka
Záhorce
Závada
Zombor
Želovce

Coordinates: 48°05′22″N 19°09′09″E / 48.08944°N 19.15250°E / 48.08944; 19.15250

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