Black Rock

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Black Rock, Arizona
... Black Rock, Arizona is located just south of the Utah–Arizona state line in the extreme northwest area of the state ... The area is accessed by the Black Rock Road Exit just outside the Virgin River Gorge, which is to the south ...
Morfa Bychan - Black Rock Sands
... Morfa Bychan has a beach known as Black Rock Sands (Welsh Traeth Morfa Bychan) which stretches for two miles from the eastern end of the National Trust's Ynys Cyngar on the ... The sea along Black Rock Sands is shallow, with a gentle gradient making it ideal for swimming and bathing however, water bikes pose a threat to swimmers ... The sand dunes of Black Rock Sands are a Site of Special Scientific Interest ...
Black Rock Desert – High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area - Wilderness Areas
... Wilderness Preservation Areas in the Black Rock Desert – High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area include Calico Mountains ...
Anderson's-Black Rock, Inc. V. Pavement Salvage Co. - Subsequent Developments
... many years ignored and refused to cite or follow the Black Rock decision ... Teflex, which cited and followed Black Rock for the proposition that “a court must ask whether the improvement is more than the predictable use of prior art elements according ... case, the Federal Circuit began to defer to the Black Rock decision ...
Black Rock Rail Yard
... The Black Rock Rail Yard is on the west side of Buffalo, New York, a half mile inland from the Niagara River, in the Black Rock neighborhood ... yard is the Niagara Expressway and Scajaquada Creek which empties into the Black Rock Canal, formerly a channel of the Erie Canal ...

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