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Kingston, Jamaica - Media and Telecommunications - Postal Service
... Kingston 2 Windward Road Kingston 3 Vineyard Town Kingston 4 Allman Town Kingston 5 Cross Roads Kingston 6 Liguanea Kingston 7 Mona Kingston 8 Constant Spring ...
Kingston, Jamaica
... It faces a natural harbour protected by the Palisadoes, a long sand spit which connects the town of Port Royal and the Norman Manley International Airport to the rest of the island ... for the parish of Kingston encompasses the following communities, Tivoli Gardens, Denham Town, downtown Kingston, National Heroes Park, Kingston Gardens, Rae Town, Bournemouth Gardens, Norman Gardens, Springfield ... Andrew such as Gordon Town, Mavis Bank, Lawrence Tavern, Mt ...
2002–03 In English Football - League Competitions - Football League Second Division
... Mansfield Town's first season out of the bottom division in over a decade ended as their previous spell had with immediate relegation ... Luton Town 62 ... +5 65 10 ... Swindon Town 63 ... -4 60 11 ...
Yabe, Kumamoto
... Yabe (矢部町, Yabe-machi?) was a town located in Kamimashiki District, Kumamoto, Japan ... merged with the village of Seiwa, also from Kamimashiki District, and the town of Soyō, from Aso District, to form the new town of Yamato and no longer exists as an ... As of 2003, the town had an estimated population of 11,820 and a density of 39.88 persons per km² ...
Wolfville
... Wolfville (2011 population 4,269) is a Canadian town in the Annapolis Valley, Kings County, Nova Scotia, located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of the provincial capital ... The town is home to Acadia University, Landmark East School and the Acadia Cinema Cooperative, a non-profit organization that runs the local movie/performance house ... which are offered by the university and town ...

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    No annual training or muster of soldiery, no celebration with its scarfs and banners, could import into the town a hundredth part of the annual splendor of our October. We have only to set the trees, or let them stand, and Nature will find the colored drapery,—flags of all her nations, some of whose private signals hardly the botanist can read,—while we walk under the triumphal arches of the elms.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)