Black River

Black River is a common name for streams and communities around the world, as well as the Spanish and Portuguese translation for Rio Negro.

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Black River (2001 Film) - Synopsis
... He enters an ordinary-looking town called Black River, and stops for lunch ... are declined, and his cash assets have been transferred to Black River's local bank and then frozen ... as "Pericles", and admonishes Bo to give Black River a chance ...
Capture Of Hung Hoa - March To Hưng Hóa, 4–10 April 1884
... April the 2nd Brigade spent the entire day crossing the Red River, and on the next day, it paraded through Hanoi on its way west to Sơn Tây ... On 8 April both brigades left Sơn Tây, marching toward the Black River, so as to approach Hưng Hóa from the south and the southeast, respectively ... regiment on ahead to seize the village of Tai Bắc on the Black River and fortify it as a base for the river crossing and subsequent march on Hưng Hóa ...
Andrew Schultz
... scale works including three operas — Black River (1989), Going Into Shadows (2001) and The Children's Bach (2008) — which have been presented live and on film (see Black River (1993 film)) around the world ... Journey to Horseshoe Bend and Black River are considered innovative in their socially relevant topics and their use of indigenous performers ...
Tom Whalen - Works
... Black River Falls, WI Obscure Publications, 2001 ... Black River Falls, WI Obscure Publications, 2001 ... The Internecine Wars from THE PRESIDENT IN HER TOWERS Black River Falls, WI Obscure Publications, 2001 ...

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