Pools

Pools

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Read more about Pools:  Pools of Water, Sports and Gambling, Geography, Computing, Media, Other Uses, See Also

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Pools - See Also
... Gene pool, complete set of unique alleles in a species or population Poel, an island in the Baltic Sea Pool Group, a trio of inter-war experimental artists and film-maker ...
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex - Merced National Wildlife Refuge
... Vernal pools are another type of wetland found on the Merced NWR ... These special pools form when natural shallow depressions underlaid with clay soils fill with winter rainwater ... The pools come to life as they fill with water fairy and tadpole shrimp emerge from cysts embedded in the soils the previous year ...
Sportech - Football Pools
... Littlewoods' football pools were founded in 1923 by John Moores ... The Vernons pools were established in 1925, and Zetters in 1933 ... This led to the decrease in popularity of the football pools ...
Blake's Pools
... Blake's Pools are a 4 hectare nature reserve owned by Environment Agency and leased by the Avon Wildlife Trust, on the banks of the Congresbury Yeo close to its mouth, near Kingston ... In spring 2001 part of the sea wall protecting the outer pool collapsed, creating a tidal lagoon ... levels, sluice gates have been fitted into the two shallow pools ...
Swimming Pool - Dress Code
... Further information Mixed bathing In public swimming pools, dress code may be stricter than on public beaches, and in indoor pools stricter than outdoor pools ... this is often not allowed in a swimming pool, and a swimsuit must be worn ... wearing shoes and a shirt on a beach is acceptable, but often not in a pool ...

Famous quotes containing the word pools:

    The eastern light our spires touch at morning,
    The light that slants upon our western doors at evening,
    The twilight over stagnant pools at batflight,
    Moon light and star light, owl and moth light,
    Glow-worm glowlight on a grassblade.
    O Light Invisible, we worship Thee!
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    One merit in Carlyle, let the subject be what it may, is the freedom of prospect he allows, the entire absence of cant and dogma. He removes many cartloads of rubbish, and leaves open a broad highway. His writings are all unfenced on the side of the future and the possible. Though he does but inadvertently direct our eyes to the open heavens, nevertheless he lets us wander broadly underneath, and shows them to us reflected in innumerable pools and lakes.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    There will be better days when I am gone
    And healing pools where I cannot be healed.
    Fragrant stars will gleam forever and ever
    Above the place where I lie desolate.
    Arna Bontemps (1902–1973)