Appelle

Coordinates: 43°34′57″N 1°57′16″E / 43.5825°N 1.9544°E / 43.5825; 1.9544

Appelle is a commune in the Tarn department in southern France.

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Saskatchewan Highway 35 - Route Description - Aspen Parkland
... are a topographical feature south of the Qu'Appelle River ... The town of Qu'Appelle with a population over 600, had historic beginnings with fur trading posts in this area, and is located within the South Qu'app ... Qu'Appelle was first named Troy, and was an administrative centre of the North West Territories before Saskatchewan was incorporated as a province ...
The Legend Of Qu'appelle Valley
... "The Legend of Qu'appelle Valley" is a poem written by E ... He replies "Qu'appelle", or "who calls", but receives no answer, save his echo ... And thus, the Qu'appelle Valley received its name ...
Stuart Appelle - Biography
... Born in 1946, Stuart Appelle began his graduate work in experimental psychology at the Pennsylvania State University ... Appelle had worked as Dean of the School of Letters and Sciences at SUNY Brockport ... Professor Appelle's research focused on visual and tactual perception, and in particular on object orientation ...
Lumsden (provincial Electoral District) - Election Results - Qu'Appelle
... Saskatchewan general election, 1975 Qu'Appelle electoral district Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal John Lane 3,796 42.03% -4.45 NDP Donald W ... Warren Denzin 1,806 20.00% +10.82 Total 9,032 100.00% Saskatchewan general election, 1978 Qu'Appelle electoral district Party Candidate Votes ...
HMCS Qu'Appelle
... HMCS Qu'Appelle can refer to several different things named after the Qu'Appelle River in Saskatchewan HMCS Qu'Appelle (H69) (I), a River class destroyer that served in ... HMCS Qu'Appelle (DDE 264) (II), a Mackenzie class destroyer escort that served in the RCN and the Canadian Forces during the Cold War, commissioned February 1963 ... CSTC HMCS Qu'Appelle (III), a Cadet Summer Training Centre operated by the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets from 1993 to 2004. ...