Point Pleasant

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Point Pleasant High School
... Point Pleasant High School may refer to one of several high schools in the United States Point Pleasant Boro High School in Point Pleasant, New Jersey Point Pleasant ...
County Route 549 (New Jersey) - CR 549 Spur
... County Route 549 Spur Location Point Pleasant - Brick Township Length 3.97 mi (6.39 km) County Route 549 Spur Location Toms River Length 4.09 mi (6.58 km) County Route 549 Spur. 6.39 km) from Route 88 and Ocean CR 630 in Point Pleasant to Sally Ike Road (CR 549) in Brick Township the other segment extends 4.09 miles (6.58 km) from Route 37 to Hooper Avenue (CR ... Segment 1 Point Pleasant (Ocean County) Brick Township Segment 2 Toms River Township (Ocean County) ...
Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania - Transportation
... Aside from being located along the Delaware River, Point Pleasant lies along Pennsylvania Route 32, which connects it to New Hope to the south ...
Point Pleasant Micropolitan Area
... The Point Pleasant Micropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of two counties – one in West Virginia and one in Ohio – anchored ...
Point Pleasant (TV series) - Episodes
... for clues about her mother, who grew up in Point Pleasant, and Christina's adoptive father struggles with a group of sinister men who've taken an interest in his ... Meanwhile, Lucas Boyd moves to Point Pleasant, the town's annual boat parade becomes even more competitive than usual (thanks to Christina's presence), and ... The hand of fate prevents Christina and Jesse from leaving Point Pleasant Ben's wife is plagued by hallucinations involving Lucas Boyd 8 "Swimming With Boyd" James A ...

Famous quotes containing the words pleasant and/or point:

    I love a ballad but even too well, if it be doleful matter merrily set down, or a very pleasant thing indeed, and sung lamentably.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The point is, that the function of the novel seems to be changing; it has become an outpost of journalism; we read novels for information about areas of life we don’t know—Nigeria, South Africa, the American army, a coal-mining village, coteries in Chelsea, etc. We read to find out what is going on. One novel in five hundred or a thousand has the quality a novel should have to make it a novel—the quality of philosophy.
    Doris Lessing (b. 1919)