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Woodlands Regional Library - Sections - Third Floor
... The third level is the section for adult fiction and non-fiction in Singaporeʻs four national languages English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil, and also has counters for borrowing books, like those ...
Nintendo Magazine System (Australia) - Magazine Sections
... One of Nintendo Magazine System's most notable sections was its letters page, as it continuously posted multiple fan submitted drawings of Sonic the Hedgehog getting either killed, beaten to death, or ... This was split into two sections the first went through different changes, starting under the name "Fat Boy", then as the magazine changed hands, under the same title as the magazine itself, "Les" and then finally "Nu ... The second section was entitled "Skull's Mailbag", which started out as a rough-and-tumble, sexist, masochistic aggressive type of mailbag ...
Gyeongju National Park
... It is divided into several non-contiguous sections Gumisan and Danseoksan sections to the west of the city center Hwarang, Seo-ak, Sogeumgang, and Namsan sections in the heart of Gyeongju ...
Fushia - Species
... Munz in his A Revision of the Genus Fuchsia classified the genus into seven sections of 100 species ... recognize almost 110 species organized into twelve sections ... In New Zealand and Tahiti, section Skinnera now consists of only three species (F ...

Famous quotes containing the word sections:

    Childhood lasts all through life. It returns to animate broad sections of adult life.... Poets will help us to find this living childhood within us, this permanent, durable immobile world.
    Gaston Bachelard (1884–1962)

    For generations, a wide range of shooting in Northern Ireland has provided all sections of the population with a pastime which ... has occupied a great deal of leisure time. Unlike many other countries, the outstanding characteristic of the sport has been that it was not confined to any one class.
    —Northern Irish Tourist Board. quoted in New Statesman (London, Aug. 29, 1969)

    That we can come here today and in the presence of thousands and tens of thousands of the survivors of the gallant army of Northern Virginia and their descendants, establish such an enduring monument by their hospitable welcome and acclaim, is conclusive proof of the uniting of the sections, and a universal confession that all that was done was well done, that the battle had to be fought, that the sections had to be tried, but that in the end, the result has inured to the common benefit of all.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)