Noonday may refer to:

  • Noonday, Georgia
  • Noonday Creek, Georgia
  • Noonday, Texas

Other articles related to "noonday":

Patera Clarki Nantahala
... Patera clarki nantahala, common names the noonday globe, noonday snail or noonday helix, is a subspecies of the species Patera clarki, a medium-sized, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Polygyridae ... The name "nantahala" is a Cherokee word which means noonday ...
Noonday Creek - Geography - Monitoring
... There are two USGS stream gauges on Noonday Creek, both operating since October 2000 and reporting via uplink to GOES weather satellites ... first is at Hawkins Store Road, at the south end of Noonday Creek Park. 84.53556°W / 34.05639 -84.53556 (Noonday Creek, USGS stream gauge NDYG1), 895 feet (273 m) AMSL, and has a watershed area of 24.3 square miles (63 km2) ...
Mad Dogs And Englishmen (song) - The Noonday Gun
... The lyric In Hong Kong, they strike a gong, and fire off a noonday gun To reprimand each inmate who's in late refers to the Noonday Gun opposite the Excelsior Hotel in Hong Kong ...
Noonday, Georgia
... Noonday (spelled Noon Day on 1860s maps) was an unincorporated community located in far north-central Cobb County, Georgia ... (34.0620437, -84.5213204), along former Georgia highway 5, around the Noonday Baptist Church ... Little Noonday Creek runs just south of there, into Noonday Creek just to the west ...
The Noonday Demon: An Atlas Of Depression
... The Noonday Demon An Atlas of Depression is a memoir written by Andrew Solomon and first published under the Scribner imprint of New York's Simon Schuster publishing house ... The Noonday Demon examines the personal, cultural, and scientific aspects of depression through Solomon's published interviews with depression sufferers, doctors, research scientists ...

Famous quotes containing the word noonday:

    Hush’d in and curtain’d with a blessed dearth
    Of all that irk’d her from the hour of birth;
    With stillness that is almost Paradise.
    Darkness more clear than noonday holdeth her,
    Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830–1894)