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List Of H Postal Codes Of Canada - Metropolitan Montreal - 123 FSAs
... Saint-Michel East H3A Downtown Montreal North (McGill University) H4A Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Northeast H5A Place Bonaventure H7A Duvernay-Est H8A Not assigned H9A Dollard-des- Ormeaux Northwest H0B Not assigned ...
Communes Of The Seine-Maritime Department
... Normanville 76330 ... Norville 76510 ... Notre-Dame-d'Aliermont 76940 ... Notre-Dame-de-Bliquetuit 76960 ... Notre-Dame-de-Bondeville 76330 ... Notre-Dame-de-Gravenchon 76133 ... Notre-Dame-du-Bec ...
Communes Of The Manche Department
50375 50330 Néville-sur-Mer 50200 ... Nicorps 50210 ... Notre-Dame-de-Cenilly 50370 ... Notre-Dame-de-Livoye 50810 ... Notre-Dame-d'Elle 50140 ... Notre-Dame-du-Touchet 50690 ... Nouainville 50384 50630 ...
1997 CONCACAF Champions' Cup - Preliminary Regional Playoffs - Caribbean Zone - Group 1
... Team 1 Score Team 2 L'Etoile de Morne-à-l'Eau 0 - 0 Notre Dame SC United Petrotrin 2 - 0 Omai Gold Seekers Omai Gold Seekers 0 - 2 Notre Dame ...
Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football - Championships and Distinctions - Distinctions
... As of the end of the 2011 regular season, Notre Dame has the second highest-winning percentage in NCAA Division I-A (FBS) history (.731), behind Michigan (.734) (minimum 100+ years playing ... As of the end of the 2011 regular season, Notre Dame has the fourth most wins in NCAA Division I-A (FBS) history (853), trailing Michigan (895), Texas (858) and Nebraska (856) As of ... As of 2011, Notre Dame has 104 winning seasons in 123 years of football, and only 13 losing seasons ...

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