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Bishop Auckland College
... Bishop Auckland College (formerly Bishop Auckland Technical College) is a further education college located in the town of Bishop Auckland, County Durham, England ... It is located on Woodhouse Lane next to St John's Catholic School with Bishop Barrington School (now Bishop Barrington Sports with Mathematics College) opposite the aforementioned school ... Bishop Auckland College began life as a Technical Institute with classes being run in the Mechanics Institute in Victoria Avenue and other town centre locations ...
Dams In New Zealand - Municipal Water Supply Dams - Auckland
... Cosseys Dam – Auckland Hays Creek Dam – Auckland Upper Huia Dam – Auckland Lower Huia Dam – Auckland Mangatangi Dam – Auckland Mangatawhiri Dam ...
Auckland - Sister Cities
... Auckland Council maintains relationships with the following cities Brisbane - Australia Guangzhou - China Ningbo - China Qingdao - China Hamburg - Germany Galway - Ireland Fukuoka - Japan Tomioka - Japan ...
Rand Afrikaans University - Location
... was the main campus is now the APK Kingsway Campus Auckland Park of the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and is situated in Auckland Park, Johannesburg, South Africa ... Satellite campuses in Auckland Park, Soweto and Doornfontein are now APB, DFC and SWC campuses of UJ ...
Mount Victoria, Auckland
... to the Māori as Takarunga) is the highest volcano on Auckland's North Shore, rising to 87 m ... Named after Queen Victoria, the hill provides panoramic views of Auckland's Waitemata Harbour and the inner Hauraki Gulf ... are supported by Creative New Zealand and the University of Auckland ...

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    In effect, to follow, not to force the public inclination; to give a direction, a form, a technical dress, and a specific sanction, to the general sense of the community, is the true end of legislature.
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