Rising Sun may refer to sunrise. It may also refer to:
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... It is located near Rising Sun and Oxford avenues and is south of Cottman Avenue ... Oxford Turnpike/Second Street Pike (Rising Sun Ave) and Benner, Colgate, and Comly streets ... Its more residential end was near the current intersection of Rising Sun Avenue and Levick Street ...
... "The House of the Rising Sun" is a traditional folk song, also sometimes called "Rising Sun Blues", which tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans ...
... located there it had been raining for two weeks, and the sun had not made its appearance during all that time, but the next day, the sun made its appearance and from this the locality was ... Rising Sun is historically important to Southwest Wisconsin, because of being on the Blackhawk Trail and that it was the first place Irish Settlers settled in the Bad Axe area ...
... tracks that Hendrix was intending to release on his next (double) LP, First Rays of the New Rising Sun ... featured on the 1997 compilation First Rays of the New Rising Sun ... Heart" - it was released on the next LP War Heroes, a 1968 instrumental "New Rising Sun", released on West Coast Seattle Boy, "Bolero", also on West Coast Seattle Boy and the still officially unreleased ...
... Bainbridge, Port Deposit, MD Bay View, North East, MD Calvert, Rising Sun, MD Cecil Manor, Elkton, MD Cecilton, Cecilton, MD Charlestown, Charlestown, MD ...
Famous quotes containing the words rising sun, sun and/or rising:
“I open with a clock striking, to beget an awful attention in the audienceit also marks the time, which is four oclock in the morning, and saves a description of the rising sun, and a great deal about gilding the eastern hemisphere.”
—Richard Brinsley Sheridan (17511816)
“Ill tell you how the Sun rose
A Ribbon at a time”
—Emily Dickinson (18301886)
“The chimney is to some extent an independent structure, standing on the ground, and rising through the house to the heavens; even after the house is burned it still stands sometimes, and its importance and independence are apparent.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)