Avenue North

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Maryland Route 45 - History
... together a state road system in 1909, York Road from North Avenue in Baltimore to Parkton was designated one of the original state roads to be improved ... wide macadam surface was from Washington Avenue just north of the center of Towson and the hamlet of Texas south of Cockeysville in 1913 ... northern city limit of Baltimore near 42nd Street to Washington Avenue just north of the center of Towson was surfaced with bituminous concrete in 1914 ...
Cannon Street (Hamilton, Ontario) - Roads That Cross Cannon Street
... Queen Street, North Hess Street, North Bay Street, North MacNab Street, North James Street, North Hughson Street, North John Street, North Catharine Street, North Ferguson Avenue ...
Tenth Avenue North
... Tenth Avenue North (stylized as tenth avenue north) is an American contemporary Christian music (CCM) band from West Palm Beach, Florida ...
Mill Creek Ravine
... The end of the ravine opens onto the North Saskatchewan River valley near the west end of Cloverdale on the opposite bank from downtown ... The creek starts on 17th street west and 34 avenue north in Millwoods and flows northward to an outfall near 92 avenue north between the neighborhoods ... The outfall emerges on the East bank of the North Saskatchewan River at approximately 95 avenue north ...
Manhattan Avenue - Brooklyn
... Manhattan Avenue is a north-south thoroughfare in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Greenpoint and Williamsburg ... The southern part of the avenue is one way north bound while the portion in Greenpoint is two-way ... Crosstown Line subway runs under Manhattan Avenue north of McCarren Park ...

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    All in their scarlet cloaks and surplices
    Of linen, go the chanting choristers,
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