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1. FM 2911FM 2912FM 2913FM 2914FM 2915FM 2916 of farm & garden

FM 2916 (1964)The first use of the FM 2916 designation was in Austin County, from FM 331 (now FM 529) near Burleigh northeast to a county road. FM 2916 was cancelled on April 6, 1970 and became a portion of FM 331.

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FM 2916 (1970)The next use of the FM 2916 designation was in Angelina County, from FM 1475 south 2.6 miles to US 69 near Homer. On November 3, 1972 the road was extended west 1.

8 miles to FM 841. FM 2916 was cancelled on January 8, 1977: the section from FM 841 east 1.6 miles was transferred to FM 1475 and the section from US 69 to FM 1475 was transferred to FM 326.

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2. Anders and Johanna Olsson Farm of farm & garden

The Anders and Johanna Olsson Farm is a historic farmstead at 354 West Road in New Sweden, Maine, United States. It includes surviving elements of both a log house and log barn built in the late 19th century by Anders Olsson, a Swedish immigrant.

The barn is the only known surviving barn in Maine to have been built during the wave of Swedish immigration in the later decades of the 19th century. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.

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Sol Akins Farm of farm & garden

The Sol Akins Farm near Statesboro in Bulloch County, Georgia dates from c.1864. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.

The Sol Akins House is a two-story Plantation Plain-style house with brick exterior chimneys at its ends, and a rear ell, and a Z-shaped back porch. It was added in the 1880s onto an original c.1864 one-story four-room dogtrot log house.

The listing includes a second contributing building, which is a c. 1864 double-crib log barn, and a cemetery. It is located on private property.

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4. Celebrity Farm of farm & garden

Celebrity Farm was a 2003 Raidi Teilifs ireann (RT) reality television show, based on the international TV format The Farm, produced by Strix. Held along similar lines as I'm a Celebrity.

Get Me Out of Here!, Celebrity Farm required eight of Ireland's C-List celebrities to spend seven days on a farm with one being voted off every evening (or "turfed out" as RT called it). It was hosted by Ear to the Ground presenter Mairead McGuinness and the prize money was 50,000 to the charity of their choice

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Details of farm & garden

According to community leaders, the farm workers were threshing the paddy fields when troops appeared from the nearby jungle firing into the air. The women were freed, but the soldiers rounded up the men, tied their hands and made them sit on the road. The farm workers were taken back to the paddy fields and shot.

Several empty cases of ammunition have been found in the field. Later the bodies were piled on top of the dry rice harvest and burned.

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Federal judicial service of farm & garden

On January 27, 1936, Underwood was nominated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to a seat on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio vacated by Judge Benson W. Hough.

Underwood was confirmed by the United States Senate on February 4, 1936, and received his commission on February 12, 1936. He served as Chief Judge from 1953 to 1962, assuming senior status on December 31, 1965. Underwood served in that capacity until his death on March 8, 1972, on his farm near New Lexington and was buried nearby in Maplewood Cemetery.

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7. Top of the World Windpower Project of farm & garden

The Top of the World Windpower Project is a 200 megawatt wind farm located near Casper, Wyoming, USA. The project, operated by Duke Energy, was constructed on approximately 17,000 acres (6,900 ha) of land held under long-term lease in Converse County.

The Top of the World Windpower Project began operation in 2010. The U.S.

Department of Justice brought charges against the operators concerning the deaths of 14 eagles and other migratory birds at the facility between 2010 and 2013. A settlement agreement was reached with Duke Energy paying federal fines and restitution amounting to $1 million.

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Landvik of farm & garden

Landvik is a former municipality in Aust-Agder county, Norway. The 190.7-square-kilometre (73.

6 sq mi) municipality existed from 1838 until its dissolution in 1971. The municipality's area is now located in the western and central part of the present-day municipality of Grimstad. The administrative centre was the village of Roresanden, just up the hill from the Landvik Church.

Other villages in Landvik include Molland, Reddal, Skiftenes, Tjore, and sterhus. Today, the name Landvik is still used to designate the westernmost part of the town of Grimstad, near the Prestegrdskogen housing development. .

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9. Cottage Farm (Fair Haven, New York) of farm & garden

Cottage Farm is a historic home located at Fair Haven in Cayuga County, New York. It was originally built in the late-1830s in the Greek Revival style, and extensively remodeled about 1874 and again in 1910.

It is a one-story, frame dwelling, with a central projecting section and low hipped roof. It features full-width columned verandahs on two sides with Folk Victorian style design elements. The house is used as a seasonal residence.

:3, 6 It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.

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10. Maple Leaf Farm Potato House of farm & garden

The Maple Leaf Farm Potato House is a historic agricultural storage building located on the property of Western Fields at Hebron, Wicomico County, Maryland.

It was originally located on the north side of U.S. Route 50, southeast of the intersection with White Lowe Road, and moved to its present site within Western Fields in July 1997.

It is a common bond brick structure measuring 40 feet by 24 feet, built between 1920 and 1928, and used for the storage of sweet potatoes. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

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Windover Farms of Melbourne of farm & garden

This is the topic about the subdivision in Melbourne, Florida, United States. For the one in Titusville, Florida, see Windover Farms of Titusville Windover Farms of Melbourne is a subdivision near Melbourne, Florida. It is home of the radio station WFHA-LP, 94.

1 FM. It is the largest subdivision in Melbourne. The name of the subdivision, and the name of its main road, Windover Way, are taken from the Titusville subdivision of the same name 25 miles north.

It is similar to the adjoining Lake Washington, and Deer Run.

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12. McNiven Farm Complex of farm & garden

McNiven Farm Complex is a historic home and barn complex located at Guilderland in Albany County, New York.

The original house was built about 1790 and is a small Dutch house that is located to the rear of the present structure. A substantial addition was completed in the mid-19th century. It is a two-story, five bay wide farmhouse with a center entrance and gable roof.

Also on the property is a vernacular barn complex. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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Plants of farm & garden

The first wind farm was opened in 2011 and is located in Leskova, Tutin; it has installed capacity of 600 KW. In 2015, wind farm near Kula was opened and has installed capacity of 9.9 MW; it was constructed by MK Fintel Wind.

La Pikolina (6.6 MW) wind farm near Vrac was opened in 2016. Malibunar (8 MW) went online in 2017.

Alibunar (42 MW) went online in 2018. In 2019 three wind farms went online: Koava near Vrac (69 MW), ibuk 1 near Kovin (158 MW) and Kovaica (104 MW).

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Parks and leisure facilities of farm & garden

Sophia Gardens and Pontcanna Fields form a large strip of parkland between Pontcanna and the River Taff. Pontcanna Fields were acquired by the Cardiff Council from the 5th Marquis of Bute in 1947. The parkland includes the Cardiff City Riding School, football pitches and allotments.

Plasturton Gardens is a small public park between Plasturton Avenue and Plasturton Place. The SWALEC Stadium (home to Glamorgan County Cricket Club) and the Sport Wales National Centre are located on Sophia Close, just north of the Sophia Gardens park.

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Sleepy Hollow Farm of farm & garden

Sleepy Hollow Farm is a historic home located near Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia. The house was built in two phases, one in 1769 and another about 1820. The original section is a two-story, side-gable, three-bay, stone dwelling with a side gable roof.

The interior exhibits stylistic influences of the Federal style. Attached to it is a one-story, two-bay, stone addition built about 1820. It has a one-story section added about 1980.

Also on the property is a contributing stone spring house. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.

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Norris FarmMaxinkuckee Orchard of farm & garden

Norris FarmMaxinkuckee Orchard is a historic home and farm located in Union Township, Marshall County, Indiana. The farmhouse was built in 1855, and is a two-story, vernacular Greek Revival style frame I-house with a one-story rear ell. It sits on a fieldstone foundation and is sheathed in clapboard.

Also on the property are the contributing garage & milk house annex (c. 1915 & c. 1925), English barn (c.

1905/c.1925), bull shed (c. 1925), apple storage barn (1935, 1955), pasture and orchard fencing (c.

1925), and sundial (c. 1910).:45 It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.

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17. Sikhula Sonke of farm & garden

Sikhula Sonke farmworkers union is a women led Western Cape based independent trade union. Its focus include issues such as labour rights, domestic violence, food insecurity and alcohol abuse.

The union has over 4000 employed and unemployed members including those living on farms in Stellenbosch, Grabouw, Villiersdorp, Franschhoek, Ceres, Rawsonville, Paarl and Wellington. Its members resolved to boycott the April 2009 elections as part of the No Land! No House!

No Vote! Campaign. In 2011 it had around 5 000 members on over 200 farms in ten different districts of the Western Cape.

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18. Cook Farm of farm & garden

Cook Farm may refer to: in the United States(by state then city) Cook Farm (Charles City, Iowa), listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) Cook Farm (Missoula, Montana), listed on the NRHP in Missoula County John Cook Farm, Harlem, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Delaware County Shipley-Cook Farmstead, Lake Oswego, Oregon, listed on the NRHP in Clackamas County Cook-Bateman Farm, Tiverton, Rhode Island, listed on the NRHP Fox-Cook Farm, Wallingford, Vermont, listed on the NRHP

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19. Medhurst Green of farm & garden

Medhurst Green is a hamlet in Cheshire, England that forms part of the civil parish of Brereton.

It consists mainly of two farms, Upper and Lower Medhurst Green Farm, which were also known as Meadowsgreen Farm and Lower Meadowsgreen Farm. The former is located on the A534 road about 5 kilometres (3 mi) west of Congleton where a minor road towards the latter branches off in a northerly direction. The hamlet is served by a bus stop near Upper Medhurst Green Farm

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FM 2918 of farm & garden

FM 2918 begins at a boat ramp at the Intracoastal Waterway. The two-lane road travels to the northwest, roughly paralleling the San Bernard River and providing access to riverfront communities. The San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge lies along the south side of the road.

The route ends at an intersection with FM 2611 near the community of Churchill. FM 2918 was commissioned on May 6, 1964, from FM 2611 to the community of McNeel. The extension to the Intracoastal Waterway was designated on June 1, 1965.

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21. Brotherton Farm of farm & garden

Brotherton Farm, also known as the Brotherton-McKenzie Farm, is a historic home and farm complex located at Guilford Township in Franklin County, Pennsylvania.

The house was built about 1820, and is a two-story, five bay, "L"-shaped limestone dwelling in the Federal style. It has a two-story, four-bay rear ell. Also on the property are the contributing 1 1/2-story stone spring house, frame wash house, and frame bank barn.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Springhouse Front South side Rear ell from the northeast

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22. BogerHartsell Farm of farm & garden

BogerHartsell Farm is a historic home and farm located near Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina.

The farmhouse was built in 1882, and is a one-story, "L" shaped dwelling with Italianate and Greek Revival style design elements. Also on the property are the contributing log barn (c. 1872), a log corncrib (c.

1885), a well house and canopy (c. 1885), a granary (c. 1913), a smokehouse (c.

1939), a hen house (c. 1937), and a washhouse (c. 1940).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

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23. Winnabow, North Carolina of farm & garden

Winnabow, North Carolina, is a place in Brunswick County in the U.

S. state of North Carolina. It is located at 340857N 780536W / 34.

14917N 78.09333W / 34.14917; -78.

09333 It is mainly a farming community along US Highway 17. There is no large retail presence in the area, minus a Han Dee Hugo's convenience store at the intersection of NC 87 and US Highway 17 South. Mill Creek Farm and Garden Center is the feed store for the area and is located beside Willetts Farm.

Winnabow has a post office and a zip code of 28479.

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Five of its buildings (the house, a granary, two barns, and a carriage house) date to the c. 1850-70 period when the farm was first developed, and its other buildings reflect the evolutionary change in agricultural uses of the land over the following century.The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.------Samuel and Johanna Jones Farm of farm & gardenSamuel and Johanna Jones Farm is a historic home and farm complex located near Amsterdam in Montgomery County, New York. The farmhouse was built about 1840 and is in the Greek Revival style. It consists of a 2-story main block, three bays wide and three bays deep, with a 2-story rear wing. Attached is a 112-story "tee" wing, with a 1-story wing. It features an oriel window, covered wooden balconies, and porches. 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It is famous for Sastha temple here, its river fishes and pristine forest with exotic Myristica swamps, Rehabilitation Rubber plantation for Sri Lankan refugees.------John Allen Farm Massacre of farm & gardenThe John Allen Farm massacre occurred in South Argyle, Washington County, New York on 25 or 26 July 1777 during the advancement of the British Army in the Saratoga Campaign of the American Revolutionary War. Six members of the John Allen family and two or three slaves loaned to the Allen's were killed by Native Americans attached to General John Burgoyne's British Army. Subsequently, Native Americans led by the warrior Le Loup attacked and killed Jane McCrae in nearby Fort Edward on 27 July; which garnered publicity in newspapers along the eastern seaboard of America and is believed to have helped rally locals to the American patriotic cause.------Haystack Farm of farm & gardenHaystack Farm is a historic home and farm located near Oak Grove, Surry County, North Carolina. The farmhouse was built about 1885, and is a two-story, three-bay, gable roofed frame dwelling with a two-story rear ell. It has a full-width, hip roofed front porch and Italianate style design elements. Also on the property are the contributing gambrel-roof livestock barn, a board-and-batten frame packhouse, and a half-dovetail plank apple drying shed. The house was built by Christopher Wren Bunker, son of Chang and nephew of Eng Bunker.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.------Royalla of farm & gardenRoyalla is a rural locality on the border of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. The area takes its name from the nearby Mount Rob Roy, and was originally a railway settlement on the Bombala railway line known as Rob Roy and changed to the current name in 1905. Modern Royalla is a large rural locality east of the Monaro Highway. The border with the ACT follows the western boundary of the easement of the former railway line to the east of the highway. The town was served by a railway station until 1975. The NSW part of Royalla had a population of 984 at the 2016 census..------Newstead Farm of farm & gardenNewstead Farm is a Thoroughbred horse breeding farm near Upperville, Virginia founded in 1936 by Taylor Hardin. Following Hardin's death in 1976, the farm was operated by a trust that included his son, Mark. The property was eventually sold to Bertram and Diana Firestone.In July 2018 the Firestone family placed the estate on 353 acres up for sale with a price of $13,500,000 Per Bertram "... time marches on and we have slowed down our various pursuits. We feel it is time to turn the reins over to a new owner that will be able to use and enjoy the farm to its fullest capacity."------Coat of arms of farm & gardenThe coat of arms of Saint-Nom shows in its center the "fasce bretesse" which evokes the etymology of Bretche (from the Latin bretachiae): a fortification built at the entrance of a forest.The three five-petalled leaves of the Potentilla reptans (quintefeuillesfr) symbolize the Forest of Marly-le-Roi, a large part of which belongs to Saint-Nom.The fork-tailed lion comes from the seal of Amaury de Montfort, shown on historical charts dating back to 1226 and leased to the Monks of Saint-Nom.The crown of the crest shows a three-towered wall, which was the symbol worn by Greek goddesses, guardians of the cities.------Long Glade Farm of farm & gardenLong Glade Farm, also known as Short Glade Farm and Springdale Farm, is a historic plantation house and farm located near Mount Solon, Augusta County, Virginia. The house was built in 1852, and a two-story, three bay, "I-house" form brick dwelling in the Greek Revival style. It has an original rear ell. The front facade features a reconstructed front porch with Doric order columns and a balustrade. Also on the property are a contributing meat house, former slaves quarters, a corn crib, a bank barn, a pig house, and a family cemetery.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.------Quarry Farm of farm & gardenQuarry Farm is located in Elmira, New York. In 1869, Jervis Langdon purchased it as a vacation home for his family. When he died the following year, it was inherited by his eldest daughter, Susan Langdon Crane, Mark Twain's sister-in-law.Twain and his family summered there for over twenty years. He wrote much of his work in an octagonal study built expressly for him about 200 yards (180m) from the main house in 1874.The study has since been given to Elmira College in order to protect it from vandalism. The home is not open to the public.------Francis Kotz Farm of farm & gardenFrancis Kotz Farm, also known as The Kotz Place, is a historic home located near Wardensville, Hardy County, West Virginia. The house was built about 1860, and is a two-story, four-room Greek Revival style brick house, with side gable roof. A two-story addition was built about 1875. The house sits on a stone foundation. Also on the property is a three-story frame building built as the original Kotz family home in the 1850s. It also housed a wood-working shop. The contributing barn was built about 1865.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.------Commercial area of farm & gardenThe suburb has a small shopping complex, including a grocery store, a vet, a hairdressers, a barber, a cafe and a small Italian restaurant. Abbotsbury's telephone and internet runs off the Edensor Park Exchange. iiNet's and TPG's ADSL2 service as well as general ADSL, Cable and NBN are available in the area.Abbotsbury is also one of the safest suburbs in Western Sydney, due to the fact that the only entrance is on the east. The North and West of Abbotsbury leads to a national park and there are no roads here although there are a number of firetrails.------History of farm & gardenThe area was first settled as farmland and the neighbourhood is named after the Maryvale farm that once covered part of the area. It was an early part of Scarborough to be developed, being turned into a new suburb in the early 1950s.The most prominent landmark in the community is the Metro store at Parkway Mall which has a distinctively curved roof, that was the largest wooden arch in Canada at the time of its construction. Originally built as a Grand Union store in 1958 then a Miracle Food Mart, the Parkway Mall Metro location was declared a heritage building in 2009.------Van Nuys Farm of farm & gardenVan Nuys Farm, also known as the Van Nuys Homestead, is a historic home and farm located in Franklin Township, Johnson County, Indiana, United States. The house was built in 1866, and is a two-story, Greek Revival style brick dwelling with a hipped roof. It features a pedimented entrance with transom and a full-width one-story front verandah added about 1900. Also on the property are the contributing corn crib and workshop (c. 1840), traverse frame barn, buggy shed (c. 1840), main barn (c. 1840), chicken house (c. 1885), garage (c. 1900), and four double hog houses (c. 1920).It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.------Clyde Farm Site of farm & gardenThe Clyde Farm Site (7NC-E-6) is a prehistoric archaeological site in rural New Castle County, Delaware. Its main features are remnants of a pit-house, storage area, and hearth, dating to c. 1000 BCE. Another area where stone tools were produced was also identified during excavations in 1984. The site has been known, and the subject of both amateur and professional archaeological interest, since at least the 1930s. It is described as being located near the fall line of a waterway and also an estuarine area.The site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.------John W. Galbreath of farm & gardenJohn Wilmer Galbreath (August 10, 1897 July 20, 1988) was an American building contractor, sportsman and philanthropist.Born in Derby, Ohio, he grew up in Mount Sterling, Ohio, where he graduated from high school. He then graduated from Ohio University in 1922 and was a member of the Beta chapter of Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity. The non-denominational Galbreath Memorial Chapel on the Ohio University College Green was donated by Galbreath in memory of his first wife, Helen Mauck who died in 1946.In 1955, he married Dorothy Bryan Firestone, widow of Russell Allen Firestone of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.------Honours and tributes of farm & gardenEavis holds honorary degrees from the University of Bath (Doctor of Arts honoris causa, 2004) and the University of Bristol (Master of Arts honoris causa, 2006). He was awarded the CBE for services to music in the Queen's 2007 Birthday Honours list.In 2009, Eavis was nominated by Time magazine as one of the top 100 most influential people in the world. In 2012, he was awarded an honorary Master of Arts degree from the University for the Creative Arts.In 2015, train operator First Great Western named High Speed Train powercar 43026 Michael Eavis. After this was withdrawn, 802013 was named in April 2019.
Introduction to Farm & Garden - Castillo V. Case Farms of Ohio of Farm & Garden
Castillo v. Case Farms of Ohio of farm & gardenCastillo v. Case Farms of Ohio, 96 F. Supp. 2d 578 (W.D. Tex. 1999), is a case involving poor working conditions for migratory workers. It established that a principal / agent relationship existed between Case Farms and America's Tempcorps (ATC) that allowed Case Farms to be liable for its agent's actions------Annual events held at the Farm Show Complex of farm & gardenPennsylvania Farm Show (January), largest indoor agricultural event held in the United StatesPennsylvania Auto Show (January)Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show (February), largest outdoor hunting and fishing event in North AmericaPennsylvania National Horse Show (October)All American Dairy Show (September)Keystone International Livestock Exposition (October)------Farma of farm & gardenFarma 12 - City vs Village is the twelth season of the Slovak version of The Farm reality television show based on the Swedish television series of the same name. The show began filming in August 2020 and premiered on August 31, 2020 on Markza.------Egan, Texas of farm & gardenEgan is an unincorporated community in Johnson County, Texas, United States. It is located at the intersection of Farm to Market Road 2280 and Farm to Market Road 917, approximately 8 miles (13km) northeast of Cleburne.Egan is part of the Joshua Independent School District.------Isaac Miller Farm of farm & gardenThe Isaac Miller Farm, near Fairfield, Kentucky, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The 238 acres (96ha) listing included 10 contributing buildings, a contributing structure, and a contributing site.It includes a frame, two-story, central-passage plan house and various agricultural outbuildings. It has also been known as O.M. Rogers Farm.------PopulationPlaces of interest of farm & gardenThe church of St. Christophe, rebuilt, as was much of the commune, after World War I.The Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemeteries and memorials.The Neuve-Chapelle Indian Memorial of the British Indian Army.Finds from the battlefield, in the mairie.------Cold Spring Farm (Phippsburg, Maine) of farm & gardenCold Spring Farm is a historic house on Cold Spring Farm Road in Phippsburg, Maine. Built in 1774 by a Loyalist refugee from Boston, it is a fine and well-preserved example of Georgian architecture in brick. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985..------Bygdy Royal Estate of farm & gardenBygdy Royal Estate (Norwegian: Bygdy kongsgrd), also known as the Bygd Royal Farm, is a Kongsgrd estate and manor house that occupies a large part of the northwestern part of the Bygdy peninsula in Oslo, Norway. It is the official summer residence of the King of Norway.------Pontcanna of farm & gardenPontcanna (Welsh for 'pont bridge Canna') is a district and community in the city of Cardiff, Wales. It is located a short distance to the west of the city centre, and its borders are approximately indicated by Western Avenue, the River Taff, Cowbridge Road East, Llandaff Road and Cardiff Road.------Balmirmer of farm & gardenBalmirmer is a hamlet in the council area of Angus, Scotland. It is situated 2 miles (3km) north-east of Carnoustie and 4 miles (6km) west of Arbroath.The hamlet is the location of West Balmirmer Farm, the birthplace of Margaret Fairlie, the first woman to hold a university chair in Scotland.------Mooi River (town) of farm & gardenMooi River (Afrikaans: Mooirivier) is a small town situated at 1,389 m above sea level and 160 km from the coast in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The first European settlement in the area was at Mooi River Drift in 1852. This was formally named Weston in 1866 after the first Governor of Natal, Martin West.------Westchester County of farm & gardenFormed in 1898 to take over the old New York, Elmsford and White Plains Railway, the Tarrytown, White Plains and Mamaroneck Railway connected its namesake cities in suburban Westchester County. Acquired by the Union Railway, it was sold to Third Avenue Railway in 1900------Dublin City F.C. of farm & gardenDublin City Football Club was a former Irish association football club based in Northside, Dublin. The club played in the League of Ireland. They were formed in 1999 after a split within Home Farm Everton and they originally played as Home Farm Fingal before changing their name for the 200102 season. They disbanded in 2006 due to financial difficulties------FM 1237FM 1238FM 1239FM 1240FM 1241FM 1242FM 1243FM 1244FM 1245FM 1246FM 1247FM 1248FM 1249 of farm & gardenFarm to Market Road 1249 (FM 1249) is a Farm to Market Road in Texas, running from US 259 Bus. in Kilgore east to SH 322 near Lakeport.FM 1249 was designated from US 259 (now Business US 259) to SH 322 on July 14, 1949. On January 26, 1965, FM 1249 was extended over the old location of SH 322, completing its current route.Junction list------FM 1807FM 1808 of farm & gardenFM 1808 (1951)The original FM 1808 was designated on November 20, 1951 from US 80 (now IH 20 Business) at Westbrook to a point 5.8 miles south. On December 17, 1952 the road was extended 3 miles south to SH 101 (now SH 163). FM 1808 was cancelled on February 24, 1953 and transferred to FM 670.------Dalvey Farm Halt railway station of farm & gardenDalvey Farm Halt railway station was one of four halts, Imperial Cottages, Gibley's Cottages, Dalvey Farm, and Ballifurth Farm, opened on the Speyside route between Elgin and Aviemore on 15 June 1959, on the introduction of railbuses. Drivers were warned when approaching the halts by white boards stating 'Request Stop 100 Yards Ahead'------Housing of farm & gardenDetached houses or bungalows were 62% of all the 1,136 properties in Newborough in 2011. Another 30% were semi-detached.The total number of houses has risen, increasing from 68 in 1831 to 244 in 1961 to 1,136 in 2011. In 1921 the average household in Newborough had 6 rooms, by 2011 the average household had 7 rooms.------Architecture et decoration of farm & gardenWith its elegant roof and large yellow painted facade, the main building had the appearance of a manor. Over time, the yellow turned red. The interior decoration of the reception room, made by a group of Rttvik painters known as "Knutesmlarna", is also typical of the 19th century manor houses, with very clear colors.------Language of farm & gardenThe Yuki language is no longer spoken. It is distantly related to the Wappo language, forming the Yukian family with it. The Yuki people had a quaternary (4-based) counting system, based on counting the spaces between the fingers, rather than the fingers themselves.------Logan Henderson Farm of farm & gardenThe Logan Henderson Farm, also known as Farmington, is a historic farm house in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, U.S.. Built as a slave plantation in the Antebellum South, it later became a dairy and cattle farm. It is now a horse farm------The Conservationist of farm & gardenThe Conservationist is a 1974 novel by the South African writer Nadine Gordimer. The book was a joint winner of the Booker-McConnell Prize for fiction. It is described as more complex in design and technique than Gordimer's earlier novels..------Early years of farm & gardenCoburn was born on a farm in Old Canaan (later renamed to Skowhegan). He was raised with Puritan values and worked on his family farm from a young age which lead to him being known as an exceedingly industrious man.------Farm to Market Road 361 of farm & gardenFarm to Market Road 361 (FM361) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas that stays within Fort Bend County. The highway begins at FM1994 in Long Point and heads northwest through Fairchilds to end at State Highway36 (SH36) near Pleak.------Farmen 2019 of farm & gardenFarmen 2019 (The Farm 2019) was the 12th season of the Swedish version of The Farm reality television show. The show premiered on 6 January 2019 on TV4. The season concluded on 17 March 2019 when Tobias Mller won against Emelie Karlsson in a final duel to become this year's farmer.------Etymology of farm & gardenThe term Marathwada means the house of Marathi people, that is land occupied by the Marathi-speaking population of the former Hyderabad state during the period of Nizam's rule. The term can be traced to 18th century state records of the Nizam of Hyderabad.------Personal life of farm & gardenDickey holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia College. He owns Dickey Farms, a peach and timber farm, and, in 2019, Dickey was named the Georgia Farmer of the Year. He and his wife, Cynde, have two children..------Transmission towers of farm & gardenMost of the Capital District's television stations installed their transmission towers at the escarpment to take advantage of its high ground. In 2003 a 499-foot (152m) tower was built on the highest point of the escarpment, for transmitting digital television signals.------Graham Filler of farm & gardenGraham Filler (born c. 1983) is a Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives.Filler was named an assistant attorney general in 2011. Filler is a member of the Farm Bureau of Michigan, the National Rifle Association, and Right to Life of Clinton County.------Archaeological digs of farm & gardenDuring excavation, archaeologists uncovered the foundation of Captain Harris's house, dating between 16351654, and portions of a later house probably occupied by Bacon. Landscape features include intricate terraces and traces of tunnels down to the James River which could be used as an escape route from potential invasions by Native Americans------S of farm & gardenScotswood, Seaburn, Seaton Burn, Seaton Sluice, Seghill, Sheriff Hill, Shieldfield, Shiney Row, Shiremoor, Silksworth, South Denton, South Hylton, South Shields, Southwick, Spital Tongues, Springwell village (Nr Washington), Springwell (Sunderland), Street Gate, Sulgrave, Sunderland, Sunniside, Swalwell, St. John's, Slatyford, South Gosforth, South West Denton, Sandyford, Saltmeadows, St. Anthony's------St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park of farm & gardenThe St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park is one of Florida's oldest continuously running attractions, having opened on May 20, 1893. Not only does it have 24 species of crocodilians, but also a variety of other reptiles, mammals and birds, as well as exhibits, animal performances and educational demonstrations------Dalhousie Mountain of farm & gardenDalhousie Mountain is a Canadian peak in the Cobequid Mountains and the highest elevation point in Pictou County, Nova Scotia.Located north of Trunk 4 west of Salt Springs, the peak is accessible by vehicle using gated roads and is topped by wind turbines and a forest fire surveillance tower.------Rodale Organic Gardening Experimental Farm of farm & gardenThe Rodale Organic Gardening Experimental Farm, also known as the Working Tree Center, is a historic home and farm located in Lynn Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. It is important in the history of organic gardening and farming in the 20th century.------Heddle's Farm of farm & gardenHeddle's Farm is a national monument in Freetown, Sierra Leone named after Charles Heddle. Before being sold to the Sierra Leonean government in 1878, it belonged to many people who were influential in the area. In 1948, it was proclaimed as a national monument.------Education of farm & gardenThe primary school within catchment of Pertenhall is located in the village of Riseley, four miles away from Pertenhall, and are called Riseley Primary School. The secondary school within catchment of Pertenhall is in the village of Sharnbrook, eight miles away from Pertenhall, and is called Sharnbrook Academy------State Farm Evert Cup Doubles of farm & gardenChanda Rubin and Brenda Schultz-McCarthy were the defending champions but only Rubin competed that year with Mary Joe Fernandez.Fernandez and Rubin lost in the semifinals to Lindsay Davenport and Natasha Zvereva.Davenport and Zvereva won in the final 63, 62 against Lisa Raymond and Nathalie Tauziat.------Education and personal life of farm & gardenMaloch was raised on a farm near Emerson, Arkansas. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Agricultural Business from Southern Arkansas University and a Juris Doctor with honors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law. He has also attended programs at Georgetown University and Southern Methodist University..------FM 1838FM 1839FM 1840FM 1841FM 1842FM 1843 of farm & gardenFarm to Market Road1843 (FM1843) is a farm-to-market road in Texas that serves Lamb County. The road begins off of U.S. Highway84 in Sudan, and continues east until ending at FM1055 north of Amherst. FM1843 was designated on November 20, 1951 along its current route.Major intersectionsThe entire route is in Lamb County.------Architectural features of farm & gardenThe Kissling Farm complex has seven contributing buildings, one contributing site, and three contributing structures. They are a 2 1/2-story, five bay, vernacular Federal stone farmhouse with kitchen ell addition (1798, c. 1805); frame Pennsylvania bank barn on a limestone foundation (1890); 1 1/2-story stone cabin (1793); four stone and frame outbuildings; and three structures..------Cold Spring Farm of farm & gardenCold Spring Farm may refer to:Cold Spring Farm (Phippsburg, Maine), listed on the NRHP in Sagadahoc County, MaineCold Spring Farm (Todd, Pennsylvania), listed on the NRHP in PennsylvaniaCold Spring Farm Springhouse, Monroe, PA, listed on the NRHP in Monroe County, Pennsylvania------Cities and districts of farm & gardenMajor cities of Marathwada regionAll the cities below have population of more than 100,000 with Aurangabad having 1.1 million inhabitants per the 2011 census.AurangabadNandedLaturParbhaniJalnaBeedParli-VaijainathTuljapurAmbejogaiOsmanabadKinwatDistrictsAurangabadBeedHingoliJalnaParbhaniLaturOsmanabadNanded-waghalaThere are Municipal Corporations at Aurangabad Municipal Corporation, Nanded-Waghala Municipal Corporation, Latur Municipal Corporation, and Parbhani Municipal Corporation.------Foundation of farm & gardenThe cemetery was begun in November 1914 by the French Chasseurs Alpins. British burials began in February 1915. The cemetery closed in November 1916, with the French graves being removed after the armistice.The cemetery was designed by W H Cowlishaw.
Knowledge About Farm & Garden: ChaseHyde Farm of Farm & Garden
ChaseHyde Farm of farm & gardenChaseHyde Farm is a historic property located at 1281-1291 New Boston Road in Fall River, Massachusetts. The two-story main house with a mansard roof was built in 1879 for Abraham & Abby Chase. By 1893 the property was owned by Samuel Hyde, who operated a stock farm here. Hyde added the two outbuildings in the 1890s and may also be responsible for the c.1900 porch and porte-cochere. The property is surrounded by a rugged fieldstone wall capped with local Fall River granite. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.------Winnabow, North Carolina of farm & gardenWinnabow, North Carolina, is a place in Brunswick County in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It is located at 340857N 780536W / 34.14917N 78.09333W / 34.14917; -78.09333 It is mainly a farming community along US Highway 17. There is no large retail presence in the area, minus a Han Dee Hugo's convenience store at the intersection of NC 87 and US Highway 17 South. Mill Creek Farm and Garden Center is the feed store for the area and is located beside Willetts Farm. Winnabow has a post office and a zip code of 28479.------Maple Leaf Farm Potato House of farm & gardenThe Maple Leaf Farm Potato House is a historic agricultural storage building located on the property of Western Fields at Hebron, Wicomico County, Maryland. It was originally located on the north side of U.S. Route 50, southeast of the intersection with White Lowe Road, and moved to its present site within Western Fields in July 1997. It is a common bond brick structure measuring 40 feet by 24 feet, built between 1920 and 1928, and used for the storage of sweet potatoes.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.------Salcombe Regis of farm & gardenSalcombe Regis is a coastal village near Sidmouth in Devon, England. Mentioned in the Domesday Book as "a manor called Selcoma" held by Osbern FitzOsbern, bishop of Exeter, the manor house stood on the site now occupied by Thorn Farm. The thorn tree growing in an enclosure at the road junction above the farm marked the cultivation boundary between manor and common ground.The church of St Peter was built c. 1107 and restored in 1845. It contains monuments to the distinguished scientists Sir Ambrose Fleming and Sir Norman Lockyer, both buried there.------Funny Farm of farm & gardenThe Funny Farm was a Canadian television series shown on CTV during the 19741975 season.Blake Emmons was host of the half-hour series, which was derivative of the more successful American Hee Haw series. The first episode was broadcast on 12 September 1974 and only one season was produced. The programme continued to be broadcast on CTV for at least two seasons, and was still airing as late as 1976. The cast included Bruce Gordon (credited as Ben Gordon), John Evans, Monica Parker, Yank Azman (credited as Jank Zajfman), Jayne Eastwood, Valri Bromfield and Linda Rennhoffer.------Sol Akins Farm of farm & gardenThe Sol Akins Farm near Statesboro in Bulloch County, Georgia dates from c.1864. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.The Sol Akins House is a two-story Plantation Plain-style house with brick exterior chimneys at its ends, and a rear ell, and a Z-shaped back porch. It was added in the 1880s onto an original c.1864 one-story four-room dogtrot log house. The listing includes a second contributing building, which is a c. 1864 double-crib log barn, and a cemetery.It is located on private property.------Sleepy Hollow Farm of farm & gardenSleepy Hollow Farm is a historic home located near Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia. The house was built in two phases, one in 1769 and another about 1820. The original section is a two-story, side-gable, three-bay, stone dwelling with a side gable roof. The interior exhibits stylistic influences of the Federal style. Attached to it is a one-story, two-bay, stone addition built about 1820. It has a one-story section added about 1980. Also on the property is a contributing stone spring house.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.------Public accessibility of farm & gardenBygdy Royal Estate is the largest organic dairy producer in the city of Oslo with a visit yard, riding school, organic food production and horticulture. Jams from fruit grown on the farm are for sale. There is a cafe in the gardener's house every Saturday and Sunday most of the year. Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday 12 noon - 4 pm. The farm buildings except the main building and the royal park, such as the stable and the barn are open to the public every Saturday from March to June and August to October.------John Settle Farm of farm & gardenJohn Settle Farm is a historic home and farm complex located at Newark Valley in Tioga County, New York. The house was built about 1840 in the Federal style. It consists of three principal sections: a 2-story front-gabled wing, a 112-story side gable, and a long 1-story rear addition. Also on the property are a dairy barn, horse barn, chicken house, pig house, granary, shed, and silo. The dairy barn is currently in disrepair but all other buildings appear well maintained.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.------Solar farm of farm & gardenIn early 2013 Peterborough City Council planned to allow AECOM to build a solar farm and three wind turbines on a 500-acre region in Newborough.However opposition meant that the plan to build three wind turbines was scrapped. There is still some debate over whether the solar farm should go ahead. The solar farm is estimated, by the council, to provide the council with an income of 30m over 25 years and providing locals with cheaper energy bills. Plans for two of the three sites were scrapped in 2014, leaving only the America farm site.------Personal life and death of farm & gardenMose married his wife, Audre, in 1949. They lived in Smithtown, New York, on Long Island, where they raised four children, including a daughter, Amy, who is a musician. Audre Allison said that when she first met Mose, "I could tell that he was someone who generated his own joy." She also said, "Mose has always paid attention to what is happening in the world, and has always read voraciously both past and present histories."Allison died November 15, 2016, four days after his 89th birthday, at his home in Hilton Head, South Carolina.------Norris FarmMaxinkuckee Orchard of farm & gardenNorris FarmMaxinkuckee Orchard is a historic home and farm located in Union Township, Marshall County, Indiana. The farmhouse was built in 1855, and is a two-story, vernacular Greek Revival style frame I-house with a one-story rear ell. It sits on a fieldstone foundation and is sheathed in clapboard. Also on the property are the contributing garage & milk house annex (c. 1915 & c. 1925), English barn (c. 1905/c.1925), bull shed (c. 1925), apple storage barn (1935, 1955), pasture and orchard fencing (c. 1925), and sundial (c. 1910).:45It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.------Skirmish at Miskel Farm of farm & gardenThe Skirmish at Miskel Farm, also known as the Fight at Miskel Farm or Gunfight at Miskel Farm, was a skirmish during the American Civil War. It took place April 1, 1863, near Broad Run in Loudoun County, Virginia, between Mosby's Rangers and the 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry as part of Mosby's operations in Northern Virginia. The 2nd Pennsylvania surprised and attacked the Rangers, who were bivouacked on the farm of Thomas Miskel. The Rangers successfully defended the attack and subsequently routed the 2nd Pennsylvania, inflicting heavy casualties and taking many prisoners------Religious rift of farm & gardenIn the 1660s, Lt. Joseph Judson disagreed with the majority in town, as he and others tried to introduce the half way covenant. In 1672, Judson obtained permission from then Governor John Winthrop, Jr. to remove with other families and settle the new town of Woodbury. He abandoned his farm in Nichols Farms. In 1688, others like Caleb Nichols removed to Woodbury and in the same year, John Curtiss gifted his farm on Mischa Hill to his son Benjamin and removed there as well. After Judson abandoned his farm, it became commonly called Old Farm------FM 2911FM 2912FM 2913FM 2914FM 2915FM 2916 of farm & gardenFM 2916 (1964)The first use of the FM 2916 designation was in Austin County, from FM 331 (now FM 529) near Burleigh northeast to a county road. FM 2916 was cancelled on April 6, 1970 and became a portion of FM 331.FM 2916 (1970)The next use of the FM 2916 designation was in Angelina County, from FM 1475 south 2.6 miles to US 69 near Homer. On November 3, 1972 the road was extended west 1.8 miles to FM 841. FM 2916 was cancelled on January 8, 1977: the section from FM 841 east 1.6 miles was transferred to FM 1475 and the section from US 69 to FM 1475 was transferred to FM 326.------Top of the World Windpower Project of farm & gardenThe Top of the World Windpower Project is a 200 megawatt wind farm located near Casper, Wyoming, USA. The project, operated by Duke Energy, was constructed on approximately 17,000 acres (6,900ha) of land held under long-term lease in Converse County. The Top of the World Windpower Project began operation in 2010.The U.S. Department of Justice brought charges against the operators concerning the deaths of 14 eagles and other migratory birds at the facility between 2010 and 2013. A settlement agreement was reached with Duke Energy paying federal fines and restitution amounting to $1 million.------Landvik of farm & gardenLandvik is a former municipality in Aust-Agder county, Norway. The 190.7-square-kilometre (73.6sqmi) municipality existed from 1838 until its dissolution in 1971. The municipality's area is now located in the western and central part of the present-day municipality of Grimstad. The administrative centre was the village of Roresanden, just up the hill from the Landvik Church. Other villages in Landvik include Molland, Reddal, Skiftenes, Tjore, and sterhus. Today, the name Landvik is still used to designate the westernmost part of the town of Grimstad, near the Prestegrdskogen housing development..------Brotherton Farm of farm & gardenBrotherton Farm, also known as the Brotherton-McKenzie Farm, is a historic home and farm complex located at Guilford Township in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. The house was built about 1820, and is a two-story, five bay, "L"-shaped limestone dwelling in the Federal style. It has a two-story, four-bay rear ell. Also on the property are the contributing 1 1/2-story stone spring house, frame wash house, and frame bank barn.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.SpringhouseFrontSouth sideRear ell from the northeast------Sikhula Sonke of farm & gardenSikhula Sonke farmworkers union is a women led Western Cape based independent trade union.Its focus include issues such as labour rights, domestic violence, food insecurity and alcohol abuse. The union has over 4000 employed and unemployed members including those living on farms in Stellenbosch, Grabouw, Villiersdorp, Franschhoek, Ceres, Rawsonville, Paarl and Wellington.Its members resolved to boycott the April 2009 elections as part of the No Land! No House! No Vote! Campaign.In 2011 it had around 5 000 members on over 200 farms in ten different districts of the Western Cape.------Webberville, Texas of farm & gardenWebberville is a village in Travis County, Texas (USA). Its population was 392, according to a 2010 census estimate.Comprising settlements dating back to 1827, Webber's Prairie was formally established by retired physician John Ferdinand Webber in 1839. Webber's Prairie was renamed Webberville in 1853, and was incorporated as a Village in February 2003.In December 2011, the new Webberville Solar Farm began generating solar energy with Gemini Solar Development Company for Austin Energy. In 2009, the two companies signed a 25-year contract. The solar farm is expected to generate 30 megawatts annually which will provide electricity for about 5000 households.------Congressman of farm & gardenMize was elected as a Republican to the Eighty-ninth, Ninetieth, and Ninety-first Congresses (January 3, 1965 January 3, 1971).Mize served on the House Banking and Currency Committee, and was a member of House Republican Conference task forces on Aging, the United Nations, and Latin America. He was also interested in government farm policy, as well as several conservation and flood control projects that were planned for or under construction in his district.In 1970, Mize was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection to the Ninety-second Congress. He served as chairman of the United States Tariff Commission in 1971.------Celebrity Farm of farm & gardenCelebrity Farm was a 2003 Raidi Teilifs ireann (RT) reality television show, based on the international TV format The Farm, produced by Strix. Held along similar lines as I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, Celebrity Farm required eight of Ireland's C-List celebrities to spend seven days on a farm with one being voted off every evening (or "turfed out" as RT called it). It was hosted by Ear to the Ground presenter Mairead McGuinness and the prize money was 50,000 to the charity of their choice
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Cast of farm & gardenKathleen Harrison as Annie YeoGeorge Cole as Fred SlaterLeslie Dwyer as Alfie BrewerAnn Hanslip as June HodgeMichael Shepley as Mr CogentDandy Nichols as Maud HodgeThelma Ruby as Amy SlaterNorman MacOwan as CageyHugh Morton as ArscottEdward Lexy as MafekingEdward Woodward as Ralph StokesPhilip Ray as Squire StokesSam Kydd as Jeep driverBill Shine (actor) as Porter------Andrew Peterson Farmstead of farm & gardenThe Andrew Peterson Farmstead is a farm just east of Waconia, Minnesota, United States. The farm is located in rural Carver County, Minnesota on Minnesota State Highway 5. The farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its association with its first owner, Andrew Peterson. It is owned and operated by the Carver County Historical Society------Doomben railway line of farm & gardenThe Doomben railway line refers to the section of the Pinkenba railway line that has a regular passenger service. Doomben is the local Aboriginal name for Pinkenba. The line branches from the North Coast line at Eagle Junction, extending 8 kilometres (5.0mi) to Pinkenba, situated east-northeast of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Queensland Rail City network------James Dixon Farm of farm & gardenThe James Dixon Farm near Boonton, Morris County, New Jersey, United States, was built in 1760. It has also been known as the Aaron Miller House and as the Dixon Property. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The listing included six contributing buildings including a single dwelling and one or more animal facilities on 12 acres (4.9ha).------Academic posts of farm & gardenIn 2011 he edited an abridged version of Henry Stephens's Book of the Farm, a work used as historical reference for the series Victorian Farm. From October 2013 to August 2015 he was lecturer at the University of Winchester. In 2015, he took up the post of lecturer in the Department of History and Classics at Swansea University. Langlands is currently a patron of the Heritage Crafts Association------Preservation of farm & gardenIn 1996, the village hired architect Anne McGuire to create a preservation plan for the property. Currently, the house is the headquarters of the Carol Stream Historical Society. The society provides tours of the house. The Village recently installed new windows and siding to help make the house more energy efficient while trying to keep the look of the house as close to the original..------River Leach of farm & gardenThe River Leach is a river tributary to the River Thames, in England which runs mostly in Gloucestershire. It is approximately 18 miles (29km) long, springing from the limestone uplands of the Cotswolds. In parts of its course it becomes a seasonal bourn, only running above ground when there is sufficient rainfall. Despite its small size it gives its name to two towns and a pair of villages------Rose Hill Farm (Shepherdstown, West Virginia) of farm & gardenRose Hill Farm, also known as the James-Marshall-Snyder Farm, is a double-pile, two story brick farmhouse with Greek Revival features near Shepherdstown, West Virginia. A log house on the property was built circa 1795, while the brick house was built around 1835. It is believed that the log house was built by Samuel Davenport, who leased the land from the Stephen family. In 1821 the property was sold to Thomas James.------Ramsey County Poor Farm Barn of farm & gardenThe Ramsey County Poor Farm Barn served as home and work for the indigent in Ramsey County, Minnesota, United States. The barn is now used by the Ramsey County Cooperative extension service. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.The second floor houses the Ramsey County Fright Farm. It is the number one Haunted House in Minnesota.------Hosmer Dairy Farm Historic District of farm & gardenHosmer Dairy Farm Historic District, also known as Walnut Springs Farm, is a historic dairy farm and national historic district located near Marshfield, Webster County, Missouri. The district contains two contributing buildings: a dairy barn (c. 1900) with two attached silos and horse barn (c. 1900). The dairy barn is a frame bank barn on a limestone block foundation.:5It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.------Dexter Asylum of farm & gardenCoordinates: 414951N 712351W / 41.8308401N 71.3974812W / 41.8308401; -71.3974812Dexter Asylum was a "poor farm" on the East Side of Providence, Rhode Island. It was built in 1828 and housed poor, elderly, and mentally ill residents who could not otherwise take care of themselves. In 1957 it was sold via auction to Brown University and demolished for a complex of athletic fields and buildings.------Voting of farm & gardenQuestion 2 on the ballot, "Charter School Expansion".A "yes" vote would give the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education the authority to lift the cap and allow up to 12 new charter schools or to expand existing charter schools each year.A "no" vote would leave the current cap in place.Source:If the ballot measure had been approved, the proposed law would have taken effect on January 1, 2017.------Highfield, North Ayrshire of farm & gardenHighfield is a small village or hamlet in North Ayrshire, Parish of Dalry, Scotland. It is situated between the settlements of Barkip and Dalry on the A737 at a junction with the B777. It lies in the lands of the old Barony of Kersland, the ruins of Kersland Castle and East Kersland Mill being situated nearby at East Kersland.------White Horse Farm of farm & gardenWhite Horse Farm, also known as the Elijah F. Pennypacker House, is a historic home and farm located in Schuylkill Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The original section was built around 1770. In the 19th century, it was the home of abolitionist Elijah F. Pennypacker and served as a station on the Underground Railroad. The farm was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987..------The name of farm & gardenThe meaning of the name is 'the estate (gods) of the noble farm of Strm'. The old farm Strm (Norse Straumr) is located at the bank of Drammenselva, and it is named after the stream (straumr) in the river there. (The name is not related to Strmm in the same county, which is named after another farm with the same meaning.).------Stockland Farm Meadows of farm & gardenStockland Farm Meadows is a 5.8-hectare (14-acre) biological Site of Special Scientific Interest south of Crowborough in East Sussex.These two species rich meadows are traditionally managed. Over 80 species of flora have been recorded, including pepper-saxifrage, betony and cowslip. A small pond has five out of the six British species of amphibian.The site is private land with no public access.------Rockland Farm (Hagerstown, Maryland) of farm & gardenRockland Farm, also known as Funk Farm or Davis House, is a historic home located at Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story, three-bay stone dwelling with white trim built in 1773. Also on the property is a log outbuilding and a 112-story stone tenant house built over a spring.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.------Architectural features of farm & gardenThe Boyer-Mertz Farm has nine contributing buildings and eleven contributing structures, including a 212-story, brick tenant house (1871); brick-and-frame Pennsylvania bank barn (1871); and a 212-story, brick farmhouse (1905). The remaining buildings include a stone summer kitchen (c. 1850), three wagon / buggy sheds, a carriage shop, and privy. The contributing structures include a pumphouse, four chicken houses, five stone cisterns, and a corn crib.------PopulationInteresting places of farm & gardenChateau de Maillebois, a registered monumentRouvray farm, a former Chateau Fort (which is a fortified building, like a fortress, but often also a practical building) and registered monument. It was a fort during the Hundred Years' War.Les Forges de Dampierre-sur-Blvy, a former foundry and a registered monumentDreux-Louvilliers Air Base is a former United States Air Force base near Maillebois------Farm to Market Road 466 of farm & gardenFarm to Market Road 466 (FM 466) is a farm to market road, a state maintained road which serves to connect agricultural areas to market towns, in the U.S. state of Texas. It is located in Guadalupe and Gonzales counties. The road is 34.4 miles (55.4km) long. Locally it has been known as Capote Road for more than 100 years..------Chimney Rock Farm of farm & gardenChimney Rock Farm, also known as The Willows, is a historic home located near Tazewell, Tazewell County, Virginia. It was built about 1843, and consists of a pedimented two-story, three-bay, center section flanked by one-story wings in the Palladian style. It is constructed of brick and sits on a high basement.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.------Brisbane Cup of farm & gardenThe Brisbane Cup is a Brisbane Racing Club Group 2 Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-olds and upwards, run under handicap conditions over a distance of 2400 metres at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane during the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival. Prize money is A$400,000.Due to track reconstruction of Eagle Farm Racecourse for the 201415 racing season the event was transferred to Doomben Racecourse with a slightly shorter distance of 2200 metres.------Ulmus lanceifolia of farm & gardenUlmus lanceifolia Roxburgh, ex Wall. , occasionally known as the Vietnam elm, is a very large tree endemic to a wide area of southern Asia. Its range extends southeast and eastwards from Darjeeling in the Himalaya, through Bangladesh, southern China, Myanmar (formerly Burma), Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and on discontinuously into Indonesia, straddling the Equator in Sumatra and Celebes------List of Farm To Market Roads in the South Plains of Texas of farm & gardenThe following is a list of all Farm and Ranch to Market Roads in the South Plains region of the U.S. state of Texas. Ranch Roads, primarily located in the western half of Texas, are part of the Farm to Market Road system and never share the same numerical designations as Farm Roads. All roads in the system are maintained by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).------Ownership of farm & gardenThe wind farm was owned by the Spanish company Iberdrola, but on February 26, 2013 it was sold to the Polish company Energa. The transaction also included the Bystra wind farm in the Pomeranian Voivodeship and a "package of projects". Simultaneously, another Polish company Polska Grupa Energetyczna purchased other existing wind farms and projects from Iberdrola. The combined worth of both transactions was estimated at 1.1 billion PLN.------Mondamon Farm of farm & gardenMondamon Farm is a historic home and farm complex located near Odessa, New Castle County, Delaware. The original section was built about 1840. It is a 2 1/2-story, five-bay frame dwelling with a two-bay, two-story shed roof service ell. Also on the property is a frame granary, barn, and 19th-century earthfast hay barrack.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.The hay barracks at Mondamon Farm in 1982------Feda (municipality) of farm & gardenFeda is a former municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway. The 66-square-kilometre (25sqmi) municipality existed from 1900 until 1963. The administrative centre was the village of Feda where the Feda Church is located. Feda encompassed the far southern tip of the present-day municipality of Kvinesdal. It surrounded both sides of the 13-kilometre (8.1mi) long Fedafjorden and the surrounding valleys..------Housing of farm & gardenIn 2015, the median sale price of houses in the area was $1,198,750. Abbotsbury contains some large properties on the outskirts, some blocks reaching sizes over half of an acre, which is rare to find in the suburbs of Sydney. Withers Place, located in the north of Abbotsbury, is the most expensive and affluent with a medium price of $1,700,000..------Notable alumni of farm & gardenAlex Albrecht, television personality, actor and podcasterRobert C. Michelson '65, Principal Research Engineer Emeritus, Georgia Institute of Technology; Recipient of the 2001 Pirelli Award and the first 25,000 Top Pirelli Prize; progenitor of the field of aerial roboticsJim Sanborn '59, sculptor best known for creating the Kryptos sculpture at the CIA headquartersSamira Wiley '01, actress known for Orange is the New Black------Quaker Lane Farms of farm & gardenQuaker Lane Farms is a historic home and farm complex located at Hyde Park in Dutchess County, New York. The complex consists of the farmhouse (c. 1804), barn (c. 1804), barn (c. 1835), an outhouse, and a corn crib. The house is a five-bay, 112-story clapboard structure with a center door and inside-end brick chimneys.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.------Delsaux Farm Cemetery of farm & gardenDelsaux Farm Cemetery is a cemetery located in the French municipality of Beugny (Pas-de-Calais). The military graves are maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.The cemetery contains 495 burials and commemorations of the First World War. 61 of the burials are unidentified and 32 others, identified as a whole but not individually, are marked with headstones inscribed "Buried near this spot".
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An Introduction to farm & gardenAgriculture in Lithuania dates to the Neolithic period, about 3,000 to 1,000 BC. It has been one of Lithuania's most important occupations for many centuriesCurrent operations of farm & gardenAs of 2004, the agricultural sector in Lithuania employed about 227,000 persons; contributed about 6% of its GDP; and occupied about 35,000km2, of which about 9,000km2 were abandoned. In 2001 the principal crops were potatoes, 1,054,000 tons; barley, 776,200 tons; wheat, 1,076,300 tons; rye, 231,100 tons; legumes, 52,200 tons, and rapeseed, 64,800 tons. About 46% of its land area was devoted to crops and pastures.Lithuania's accession to the European Union in 2004 ushered in a new agricultural era. The EU pursues a very high standard of food safety and purity. In 1999, the Seimas (parliament) of Lithuania adopted a Law on Product Safety, and in 2000 it adopted a Law on Food. The reform of the agricultural market has been carried out on the basis of these two laws.According to a 2006 USDA report, organic farming in Lithuania is expanding rapidly and could account for up to 15 percent of farm area by 2015. In 2005 there were about 1,807 farms certified as organic in Lithuania, with an average size of 0.39km2. In 2004 organic certified land area covered 430km2 of farmed area and by 2005 organic farm area had increased to 703.89km2, or about 1.5 percent of total farm area.The average Lithuanian organic farm size, 0.39km2, is about four times the size of the average conventional farm. The largest organic farm is 7km2. Grass and leguminous cropsaccounted for 61% of total organic farming in 2005, followed by perennial grasses at26%. The most significant increase in organic farming has been in berry production. Financial support for organic farming is offered by the EU.History of farm & gardenAs elsewhere, the practice of agriculture in Lithuania during the Neolithic period showed limited scope and was constrained by the availability of tools. There is evidence that its early practitioners employed slash and burn techniques to clear their fields. The use of domestic animals, first seen during the Bronze Age, had become widespread during the Iron Age.Wheat cultivation in the area has been dated to the 1st century BC; the first evidence of widespread cultivation of rye has been dated to the 1st century AD. Barley probably appeared in the 2nd century BC, while potatoes did not gain popularity until the late 18th century. These crops remain major contributors to the agricultural sector.Although Lithuania experienced major famines in 1719-1724, 1850, and 186768, the country was usually able to sustain itself, and exported much of its output.The role of the agriculture in independent Lithuania has remained relatively significant throughout the entire Interbellum. After the land reform launched in 1922, which provided 65,000 people with agricultural land, the number of landowners has risen significantly. The establishment of the Academy of Agriculture in Dotnuva in 1924 has contributed significantly to the quality of land exploitation and the high social status of agronomists. The agricultural products have taken a large share in the total export of Lithuania until the 1940s, which contributes to a naming of Interbellum Lithuania an agricultural state.Lithuanian agriculture was collectivized during the early years of Soviet rule; although as a general rule, this system was unproductive, it became relatively efficient in the late 1950s when Moscow granted the communist leadership in Vilnius greater control of agricultural policy. Lithuanian farm workers were 50% more productive than the Soviet average but much less productive than their Western counterparts. As in other Soviet-dominated areas, about one-third of agricultural production came from private plots of land and not from collective or state farms. Nevertheless, Lithuanian agricultural production was high enough to allow the export of about 50% of total output.The agricultural sector contributed 24% of GDP in 1992 and employed 19% of the labor force. Lithuania's agriculture, efficient by Soviet standards, was producing a huge surplus that could not be consumed domestically. In 1992, about 48% of the arable land was used for grain, 41% for forage crops, 5% for potatoes, and 3% for flax and sugar beets. Crops accounted for one-third and livestock for two-thirds of the total value of agricultural output.Significant reforms were introduced in the early 1990s to reestablish private ownership and management in the agricultural sector. Although Lithuania succeeded in privatizing more agricultural land than Estonia or Latvia, agricultural production decreased by more than 50 percent from 1989 to 1994. One problem was that farms were broken up into smallholdings, averaging 8.8 hectares in size, often not large enough to be economically viable. A serious drought in 1994 further reduced agricultural output and cost farmers an estimated 790 million litas in production.
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Track listing of farm & garden"Things in Life" (Don Stover) 3:04"Turkish Taffee" (Jerry Douglas) 3:53"Passing the Bar" (Douglas) 3:45"Don't Take Your Guns to Town" (Johnny Cash) 5:29"A Tribute to Peader O'Donnell" (Dnal Lunny) 3:13"Takarasaka" (Douglas) 3:49"Follow On" (Paul Brady) 5:19"Like It Is" (Erroll Garner) 3:40"The Ride" (Douglas, Fleck) 2:46"TV Doctor" (Johnny Winter) 5:04"For Those Who've Gone Clear" (Douglas) 4:35------FM 2924FM 2925 of farm & gardenRM 2925Ranch to Market Road 2925 (RM 2925) was designated on May 6, 1964 from SH 173 (now SH 16), 1.3 miles north of Cross, east and north to 0.1 mile north of the Atascosa County line. On June 2, 1967 the road was extended northeast 6.9 miles. RM 2925 was cancelled on August 31, 1967 and became a portion of FM 791------Millencolin of farm & gardenMillencolin is a punk rock band that was formed in October 1992 by Nikola arevi, Mathias Frm, and Erik Ohlsson in rebro, Sweden. In early 1993, drummer Fredrik Larzon joined the band. The name Millencolin is derived from the skateboard trick "melancholy"..------Contributing properties of farm & gardenThe BakerDuderstadt Farmhouse was built in the early 20th century.The Half-Timbered Barn was built mid 19th century. It was constructed with a German, half-timbered style. The building is now protected with exterior plywood. It has a Jerkinhead roof. The nearby Large Barn is also contributing.------Pine Island, Texas of farm & gardenPine Island is a town in Waller County, Texas, United States near the intersection of Farm to Market Road 359 and Farm to Market Road 3346. The population was 988 at the 2010 census. It is not affiliated with the uninhabited island of the same name in Lake Livingston.------Vincent Ryan (footballer) of farm & gardenVincent Ryan (born 25 October 1935) was an Irish footballer. Son of a founder member of Home Farm (Hamilton Ryan), Ryan played as forward for Home Farm, Celtic and St Mirren. Ryan married Sylvia Cerasi in 1975 and had two sons Conor and Robert Ryan.------Political views of farm & gardenHarris is a conservative Republican.Opposes government regulations on farmers and rural communities.Secure border with Mexico.Improve public education.Lower property taxes.Shrink size of government.Pro-life view on abortion.Promote family values.Member of the National Rifle Association, Texas Agricultural Lifetime Program, Texas Association of Realtors, and Texas Farm Bureau.------Animal Farm (disambiguation) of farm & gardenAnimal Farm is a novel by George Orwell. It may also refer to:One of several other works based on the novel:Animal Farm (1954 film), an animated film based on the bookAnimal Farm (1999 film), a live action film based on the book------Political and cultural views of farm & gardenAllison was reported to have strong views about "the domination of money over everything, the growing lack of empathy on the part of the powers-that-be for the population, wars and more wars, and an underlying hypocrisy in society" and the arrogance of colonizers of the Americas.------Name of farm & gardenThe name of the settlement was changed from Mlaka to Mlaka pri Koevski Reki (literally, 'Mlaka near Koevska Reka') in 1953. The three villages of Primoi, Koe, and Mlaka pri Koevski Reki were also referred to collectively in German as Fnfzehnhuben (literally, 'fifteen hides').------Farm with Stacks of Peat of farm & gardenFarm with Stacks of Peat is an oil painting created by Vincent van Gogh in October or November 1883, early in his artistic career, and which is now in the collection of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. It was painted near the village of Nieuw-Amsterdam during the artist's short stay at Drenthe in northern Netherlands.------Final tablePromotion/Relegation Play-off of farm & gardenThird placed Home Farm Everton played off against Athlone Town who finished in tenth place in the 199596 League of Ireland Premier Division. The winner would compete in the 199697 League of Ireland Premier Division.1st Leg2nd LegHome Farm Everton won 43 on penalties and were promoted to the Premier Division------Farma of farm & gardenFarma 5 - Znovuzrodenie (English: The Farm 5 - Rebirth) is the Slovak version of The Farm reality television show based on the Swedish television series of the same name. The show filmed from August 2014 to November 2014 and premiered on August 28, 2014 on Markza------Durham, Oklahoma of farm & gardenDurham is a rural unincorporated community in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, United States. It lies along State Highway 30, four miles south of the Antelope Hills and the Canadian River. The Oklahoma-Texas border is four miles to the west.The post office opened May 15, 1902. Durham was named for the first postmaster, Doris Durham Morris.------Farm to Market Road 2764 of farm & gardenFarm to Market Road 2764 (FM2764) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Texas. The two-lane highway begins at U.S. Route 90 Alternate (US90A) northwest of Lissie, heads northeast along the boundary line between Colorado and Wharton Counties and ends at FM1093 in Chesterville------Critical reception of farm & gardenThe New York Times wrote, "Mister Drake's Duck is responsible for some chuckles, a few good-natured gibes at the British armed services and civil servants and the international race for atomic supremacy," concluding, "they do come up with enough laughs to make Mister Drake's Duck a pleasant if slight lampoon."------Schools and facilities of farm & gardenPlains Farm has two schools within its area, Plains Farm Primary School and the Tudor Grove Centre. The Primary School plays host to a local Community Centre. These lands are also home to the Russel Foster League squad, Plains Farm FC and Humbledon Youth FC which is also based in the local Plains Farm area.------Smith v. Kansas City Title & Trust Co. of farm & gardenSmith v. Kansas City Title & Trust Co., 255 U.S. 180 (1921), was a United States Supreme Court case that helped define the range and scope of federal question jurisdiction in state corporate law matters. The case dealt with whether or not a district court had the power to uphold the constitutional validity of the Federal Farm Loan Act of 1916------Assessment and honors of farm & gardenIn the 2007 Forego Handicap, Midnight Lute earned the year's highest Beyer Speed Figure of 124.In the voting for the 2007 American Champion Sprint Horse award, Midnight Lute received 229 of the 267 votes.Midnight Lute was a finalist for the Eclipse Award's American Champion Sprint Horse for 2008, but with a final vote of 106 to 86 lost to Benny The Bull.------Lewsey of farm & gardenLewsey is a suburb of Luton, England. Situated in the north-west of the town, the area is roughly bounded by Leagrave High Street to the north, Dunstable Road to the south, Poynters Road to the west, and the M1 to the east------Bibliography of farm & gardenEdward C. Blackorby. "William Lemke: Agrarian Radical and Union Party Presidential Candidate," The Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. 49, No. 1. (Jun., 1962), pp.6784. in JSTORWilliam Lemke Papers at The University of North Dakota University of North Dakota."Lemke, William" in American National Biography. American Council of Learned Societies, 2000.------Grassyville, Texas of farm & gardenGrassyville is a ghost town located in Bastrop County, Texas, United States. The community was founded in the northeast corner of the county near the intersection of Farm to Market Road 2104 and Farm to Market Road 2239, six miles south of Paige, 14 Miles east of the town of Bastrop and 50 miles east of Austin.------Mont-Saint-Jean, Belgium of farm & gardenMont-Saint-Jean is a hamlet located in the province of Walloon Brabant, Belgium, south of Waterloo located partly on Waterloo and partly on Braine-l'Alleud where the National road (N5) going from Brussels to Charleroi crosses the National road (N234) going from Nivelles to Leuven------Torpet of farm & gardenReturning from the previous season is Torpet. This time, four new contestants start off on Torpet, trying to win a spot to get on the farm while each week facing against contestants who lost the duel on the farm, as they themselves try to win a spot back onto the farm------Joppa, South Ayrshire of farm & gardenJoppa is a hamlet in South Ayrshire, Scotland It is located about 1 mile (1.6km) west of Coylton and 1 mile (1.6km) east of Belston, on the A70 road.Footballer Archie Hunter was born in Joppa in 1859.Lochend Loch lies above Joppa near to Lochend Farm and Gallowhill.------Lotus Glen Correctional Centre of farm & gardenLotus Glen Correctional Centre is an Australian prison facility located 14km south of Mareeba and 20km north of Atherton in the locality of Arriga in Far North Queensland. Lotus Glen provides a correctional service for high, medium, low and open classification inmates, including a Prison Farm with a capacity for 115 "open security" inmates------Personal life of farm & gardenHe married Rachel Trower March and they had a son, Alden T. Hill. He died in Fort Collins, Colorado, August 28, 1972. He was interred in Grandview Cemetery, Fort Collins. His papers were donated to the Special Collections and University Archives of the Wichita State University.------Ellingson Farm District of farm & gardenThe Ellingson Farm District near Hillsboro, North Dakota is a farm that was developed in 1882. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. It then included nine contributing buildings, a contributing site, and a contributing structure on its 9 acres (3.6ha)..------Mlaka pri Koevski Reki of farm & gardenMlaka pri Koevski Reki (pronouncedmlaka pi kteuski eki; German: Moos) is a settlement in the Municipality of Koevje in southern Slovenia. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region.------Products of farm & gardenThe factory manufactures the following products among others: (a) full cream powdered milk (b) skimmed powdered milk (c) instant full cream powdered milk (d) UHT milk (e) ghee and (f) butter oil. The company's products are consumed locally in Uganda and exported to Comesa Countries, West Africa, India, Nepal and United Arab Emirates.------People of farm & gardenThe Chauncy family lived at Ardeley Bury, the manor house of the village.Charles Chauncy, third president of Harvard College, was baptised in Ardeley on 5 November 1592.Sir Henry Chauncy was born in Ardeley in 1632. He wrote Antiquities of Hertfordshire which was published in 1700.------Strolling of the Heifers of farm & gardenStrolling of the Heifers is an annual local food parade and festival hosted in Brattleboro, Vermont each year. The organization behind the parade has expanded to support other local food initiatives, most notably a Locavore Index, which evaluates the availability and policy support for local food in American states.------Grandins' Mayville Farm District of farm & gardenThe Grandins' Mayville Farm District in Mayville, North Dakota is a farm that was developed before 1900 by the Grandin brothers. It includes Queen Anne style architecture in the United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. It then included eight contributing buildings and a contributing structure on its 23 acres (9.3ha).------Church Farm Nature Reserve of farm & gardenChurch Farm Marshes is a nature reserve located in the parish. It consists of an area of meadow and marshland 31 hectares (77 acres) in size along a tributary of the River Blyth. The reserve is owned and managed by Suffolk Wildlife Trust and is designated as a County Wildlife Site..------Availability of farm & gardenFarm Pride Juice is mostly available in large stores across Nigeria. It is available in all Nigerian branches of Shoprite and Spar as well as other individual major stores.List of juices and yoghurtsOrange juiceGuava JuiceMango JuiceTropical JuicePlain Yogurt------Eber Sherman Farm of farm & gardenThe Eber Sherman Farm is a historic farmstead located at 1010 State Road in North Adams, Massachusetts. Built about 1843, it is a well-preserved example of a local variant of transitional Greek Revival and Italianate architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983..------Gopher Farm sandhill of farm & gardenGopher Farm sandhill is a sand formation in southwestern Wayne County, Mississippi. It lies in the DeSoto National Forest and is tended by a staff of rangers. The sandy soil, largely mapped as Wadley series, harbors a population of gopher tortoises. Forested areas are dominated by longleaf pine and turkey oak.failed verification------Park Farm (Grafton, Vermont) of farm & gardenPark Farm is a historic farm property at 26 Woodchuck Hill Road in Grafton, Vermont. With a farmhouse dating to about 1820, and most of its outbuildings to the 19th century, the farm remains an excellent example of a typical 19th-century Vermont farmstead. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003..------Pop Farm of farm & gardenPop Farm is a Russian concert agency. It was founded in 2013 in Moscow. Its main projects include Subbotnik Festival (an annual musical festival, held in Gorky Park), the first ever Russian tour of The Offspring, concerts of Imagine Dragons, The xx, Miles Kane, Warpaint, Cut Copy, Smashing Pumpkins, etc------Reid Nichols of farm & gardenThomas Reid Nichols (born August 5, 1958) is a former outfielder in Major League Baseball, playing mainly at center field from 1980 to 1987 for the Boston Red Sox (19801985), Chicago White Sox (19851986) and Montreal Expos (1987). Listed at 6' 0", 195lb., he batted and threw right-handed. Nichols served as Special Assistant to the GM / Player Development Milwaukee Brewers
Introduction to Farm & Garden: Utilities of Farm & Garden
Utilities of farm & gardenUnlike other settlements that must rely on non-renewable energy, in September 2003 work was completed at Umuwa for a solar power station which was expected to save 140,000 litres of diesel and 510 tonnes of Greenhouse emissions each year. In 2004 the facility was described as a field of 10 solar concentrators, each fourteen metres in diameter and each generating 20 kilowatts of electricity. Its total generating capacity was 200 kilowatts and the facility was expected to have a life of 30 years. The solar concentrators were parabolic dishes designed and constructed by Solar Systems (which was acquired by Silex Systems circa 2010).The farm was taken offline in 2005.On 20 August 2008, the facility was reactivated after a substantial upgrade. The field of refurbished concentrators was now capable of generating 715 megawatt hours of electricity annually, more than double its previous capacity (335 megawatt hours).As of 4 February 2011, the solar farm had reportedly not been working for more than a year. On 30 June 2011, the South Australian Government confirmed that the sun farm was "currently not operational" and that it would be "mothballed".------Detroit Tigers' player and executive of farm & gardenMcHale was born in the city of Detroit, Michigan, and attended Detroit Catholic Central High School (Class of 1938) and the University of Notre Dame. He batted left-handed and threw right-handed, stood 6 feet (1.8m) tall, and his weight was 200 pounds (91kg). He signed with his hometown Tigers in 1941 and two years later made his first MLB appearance. In five seasons and 64 games with the Tigers (194345, 194748), McHale compiled a batting average of .193 with 22 hits. He was hitless in three at bats in the 1945 World Series, in which Detroit defeated the Chicago Cubs. Defensively, he recorded a .995 fielding percentage as a first baseman with only one error in 214 total chances.After the 1948 season, McHale retired from the field for a job in the Tiger front office as assistant farm system director. In 1953, he became director of minor league operations for the Tigers and was named general manager early in the 1957 season at the young age of 35. But after less than two full seasons, he soon was recruited by the defending NL champion Braves, where he succeeded John J. Quinn as general manager in January 1959.------Agricultural Field Day of farm & gardenRutgers Agricultural Field Day is a farm-oriented event held at Rutgers University's Cook Campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States, on the last Saturday of April. The event includes 4-H animal fairs, farm tours, plant sales, and department-specific exhibits such as the entomology department's cockroach races. The event is also known for BBQs and student parties, at which attendance peaked well over 20,000 people. Itand the New Jersey Folk Festival on the adjoining Douglass campusstill attract over 10,000 people annually.Started in 1906, "Ag Field Day" began as a way for farmers to learn about the NJ Agricultural Experiment Station's studies. It expanded to lectures, demonstrations and tours in 1917, and was later embraced by students as a party focal-point. By the mid-90s, university administration scaled back the evening party atmosphere to decrease attendance by non-students and curb underage drinking. The event's daytime activities continue unabated, and are open to all.Since 2009, Ag Field Day has been coincident with the university-wide Rutgers Day.------List of generating stations in Prince Edward Island of farm & gardenThis is a list of power stations in Prince Edward Island, Canada.Prince Edward Island has eight power stations, and is the only Canadian province without an active hydroelectric power station (the last one ended commercial operation in the 1950s). The province is largely dependent on imported power from NB Power generation facilities in New Brunswick. Two submarine power lines provide more than 80% of the provincial load. Since the early 2000, the Island has promoted the province as an ideal location for developing wind farms.Maritime Electric, a subsidiary of St. John's-based Fortis Inc., operates the integrated public utility serving most of the province, with the exception of the City of Summerside which has had a municipal electric utility in operation since 1920; the City of Summerside Electric Utility purchases power from sources such as NB Power that is transmitted to the city through Maritime Electric's network. Both utilities own and operate generating stations (mostly diesel but the largest operated by Maritime Electric uses heavy fuel oil); these plants are used as peakers or during emergencies.------Burge Plantation of farm & gardenThe Burge Plantation, also known as the Burge Farm, is a historic farm estate in Newborn, Georgia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 11, 2000. It is generally bounded by GA 142, Cook Road, Morehouse Road and Sewell Road.Wiley Burge purchased the property in 1809 and farmed it with enslaved Africans. His son Thomas took over and his wife, Dolly Sumner (Lunt) Burge (a native of Maine and from an abolitionist family) kept a journal from 1848 through 1879. Four sisters who were enslaved married and raised their children, also slaves, at Burge. Those who were enslaved at Burge were members of three intact families (one sister died and her husband married the fourth sister). The journal, including information about these families, has been published and included in the series Southern Voices from the Past: Womens Letters, Diaries, and Writings. It has also been depicted in Sherman's March (2007 film) for its depictions of the arrival of General Tecumseh Sherman's army on the property during the American Civil War. The site is now a private club and part of the Covington Historic Homes Tour.------North sterdalen Museums of farm & gardenNorth sterdalen Museums (Norwegian: Musea i Nord-sterdalen) is a museum in the northern part of Norway's sterdalen district.The museum was established in 1976. It changed its name to Nordsterdalsmuseet 'North sterdalen Museum' in 2004, but the name Musea i Nord-sterdalen was restored in 2015. It is an open-air museum with units throughout sterdalen. North sterdalen Museums is a department of the Anno Museum.The head office is the Ramsmoen Museum Center in Tynset. The museum has 11 operating buildings and 151 museum buildings, of which 60 have been moved and the rest stand in their original place. Among those in their original locations are is the Alvdal farm settlement; with its 18 houses, it is one of the Norway's best-preserved old farm settlements. The museum's most frequently visited unit is the Aukrust Center. Among the other units are Bjrnstjerne Bjrnson's birthplace at Bjrgan parsonage in Kvikne, the Rendalen Village Museum (a.k.a. the Bull Museum, Jacob Breda Bull's childhood home), the Os Museum, the Tylldalen Farm Village, the Tynset Village Museum, the Folldal Farm Village, and the Dlmo Farm Museum in Tolga.------Swedish Tourist Association of farm & gardenThe Swedish Tourist Association (Swedish: Svenska Turistfreningen, pronouncedsvnska trstfrenn; abbreviated STF), founded in 1885, aims at promoting outdoor life and knowledge among the Swedes about their country.The Association maintains a variety of trails, huts and hostels in different parts of Sweden. It became known for the creation of Kungsleden, a 440 kilometer long hiking trail in Lapland, through one of Europe's largest remaining wilderness areas.The association has approximately 300,000 members, employing about 500 people of which 400 for seasonal work, for instance as landlords for 45 fell huts and 10 larger fell hostels.Dag Hammarskjld belongs to the association's most prominent leaders. As Secretary-General of the United Nations the only remaining duties Hammarskjld kept in Sweden were those associated with his vice-chairmanship of Svenska Turistfreningen and his membership of the Swedish Academy. The farm Backkra, acquired by Hammarskjld in 1957, is in accordance to his will maintained by STF. A part of the farm serves as a retreat for the members of the Academy.------Folly Farm, Somerset of farm & gardenFolly Farm is a traditionally managed working farm and nature reserve run by the Avon Wildlife Trust. It is located between Stowey and Clutton, in the civil parish of Stowey in the English county of Somerset.The farm house is 18th century and the surrounding land includes neutral grassland, wildflower meadows and woodlands with splendid views. Much of Folly Farm is designated as a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest. Some of the land has never been ploughed. The SSSI comprises two adjacent areas, the meadows (19.36 hectares) and Dowlings Wood (9 hectares). It is also a Local Nature Reserve.It can be found near Bishop Sutton in the Chew Valley, just off the A368. The site is situated on a curved ridge of land on neutral soils derived from the underlying Keuper Marl. The soil is of the Icknield Association with dark brown, moist but moderately well-drained clay.The 250 acres (100ha) nature reserve includes the Folly Oak which is over 400 years old.------Golden West Farms of farm & gardenGolden West Farms was a Canadian Thoroughbred horse racing stable and breeding farm at Okotoks, Alberta owned by Frank McMahon and Max Bell.Both partners were successful businessmen who invested in Thoroughbred racehorses. Frank McMahon most notably owned U.S. Racing Hall of Fame colt Majestic Prince, winner of the 1969 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes. Max Bell owned successful horses including the colt Meadow Court in a partnership with friend, Bing Crosby. Meadow Court raced in Europe where he won the 1965 Irish Derby and the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.According to the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame, Golden West Farms was "by far the most elaborate thoroughbred breeding farm between Ontario and British Columbia". The operation campaigned at race tracks across Canada. In 1967 their horse Gilmore won the Canadian Derby at Edmonton's Northlands Park. Trainer Roy Johnson campaigned horses for Golden West Farms at Woodbine Racetrack during the 1960s where they won numerous stakes races including the Coronation Futurity Stakes and the 1968 Plate Trial Stakes then Canada's most prestigious horse race, the Queen's Plate.The partnership was dissolved on the death of Max Bell in 1972.------Golf course of farm & gardenSaint Nom is known internationally for its golf course in the Tuilerie area.HistoryIn 1954, Mr. Ortet, owner of the "Ferme de le Tuilerie", asked a real estate agent, Daniel Feau, to find a potential buyer for his property. Feau wanted to build a large golf course in the Paris area.On May 2, 1957, Mr. Entem, mayor of the village, officially revealed the project of a golf course to the town council.1959 saw the opening of a 36-hole golf course.Origin of the Trophe LancmeSaint Nom resident, Gatan Mourgue D'Algue, wanted to popularize the then little-known sport of Golf in France. With Dominique Motte, he suggested the creation of a new "champion-trophy" to Pierre Menet, the chairman of the Lancme Company, whose goal would be to bring together eight of the best players in the world.The Canada Cup, took place in Saint-Nom-La-Bretche in 1963, which enhanced the village's international reputation.The first 54-hole competition took place in 1970 and was won by Tony Jacklin.Renamed "Trophe Lancme" it was played by Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Seve Ballesteros.------Building and grounds of farm & gardenBuildingThe building itself was originally three stories high, and later expanded with a mansard roof and dormers.WallThe property was known as much for its unusual stone boundary wall as for the building itself. The specifications of the wall were detailed in Dexter's will, which required that the city build "a good, permanent stone wall of at least 3 feet thick at the bottom and at least 8 feet high and to be placed on a foundation of small stones as thick as the bottom wall and sunk 2 feet into the ground." It took eight years and $12,700 to complete the wall, which was over a mile long. It is unclear whether the purpose of the wall was to protect the privacy of asylum residents, or to protect the neighbors from seeing the downtrodden residents within.Over time, the wall grew into local legend. Boastful locals would claim to have picnicked on the wall or to have walked or even bicycled the entire perimeter. Wealthy neighbors sometimes viewed the wall as an eyesore; portions still stand today.
Introduction to Ice Age 1 | Farm No. 1, Iowa Men's Reformatory of Farm & Garden
Farm No. 1, Iowa Men's Reformatory of farm & gardenFarm No. 1, Iowa Men's Reformatory, also known as the West Farm, is located west of Anamosa, Iowa, United States. It was listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. At the time of its nomination the district consisted of 10 resources, including seven contributing buildings, and three non-contributing buildings. When the property for the reformatory was acquired by the State of Iowa in 1872 it included 61 acres (25ha) of farmland. Farming at the facility did not become a significant enterprise here until the turn of the 20th century. Before then the prisoners maintained a vegetable garden within the walls, and they raised sixty-five hogs. The state bought 80.31 acres (32.50ha) of land in 1904 for farming operations and built a hog house and a stone barn, both are no longer extant. Minimum security prisoners did the farm work. The historic buildings were built between 1912 and 1939. They are all stone structures built in a simplified Romanesque Revival style. The influence of the style is found in the "heavy massing, texture of the stone, and the window, door, and corner treatments." The buildings were built for the following uses: South barn (1912, 1926 addition), barn granary (1915), root cellar (1919), North barn (c. 1919), slaughter house (1921-1922), processing plant (1922), and the seed house, dining hall, cold frame (1939).By 1917, prisoners were farming 380 acres (150ha) of state lands and 1,675 acres (678ha) of leased lands. The products produced by the farms increased to include vegetables, animal feed, poultry, eggs, fruit, milk, and milk products for the prison. By 1930, the state had bought most of the land it farmed and operated six prison farms. A barn was converted into a cheese factory in 1931. The full operation continued into the 1970s when the slaughtering operation was discontinued, and the livestock herds were reduced. It also became more economical to buy vegetables rather than grow their own. Agricultural production began to increase again in the 1990s.------Tournament record of ice age 1Olympic Games2002 Finished in 10th placeWorld Championship19541991 Participated as part of the Soviet Union national ice hockey team1993 Finished in 18th place (2nd in Pool C)1994 Finished in 23rd place (3rd in Pool C1)1995 Finished in 23rd place (3rd in Pool C1)1996 Finished in 22nd place (2nd in Pool C)1997 Finished in 21st place (1st in Pool C, promoted to Pool B)1998 Finished in 17th place (1st in Pool B, promoted to Pool A)1999 Finished in 14th place2000 Finished in 14th place2001 Finished in 10th place2002 Finished in 9th place2003 Finished in 12th place2004 Finished in 14th place2005 Finished in 11th place2006 Finished in 12th place2007 Finished in 16th place (relegated to Division I)2008 Finished in 19th place (2nd in Division I Group B)2009 Finished in 20th place (2nd in Division I Group B)2010 Finished in 19th place (2nd in Division I Group A)2011 Finished in 21st place (3rd in Division I Group B)2012 Finished in 22nd place (6th in Division I Group A, relegated to Division I Group B)2013 Finished in 23rd place (1st in Division I Group B, promoted to Division I Group A)2014 Finished in 20th place (4th in Division I Group A)2015 Finished in 22nd place (6th in Division I Group A, relegated to Division I Group B)2016 Finished in 23rd place (1st in Division I Group B, promoted to Division I Group A)2017 Finished in 22nd place (6th in Division I Group A, relegated to Division I Group B)2018 Finished in 26th place (4th in Division I Group B)2019 Finished in 27th place (5th in Division I Group B)2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic------G1 Climax 29The G1 Climax 29 was a professional wrestling tournament promoted by the Japan-based New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). The tournament commenced on July 6 and concluded on August 12, 2019. It is the twenty-ninth edition of G1 Climax, and forty-fifth edition of the tournament counting its previous forms under different names. A Block winner Kota Ibushi defeated B Block winner Jay White in the final to win the tournament.Considered NJPW's most important tournament, the G1 Climax features twenty wrestlers, divided in two blocks of ten ("A" and "B"). Each participant faces all nine other wrestlers within the same block in singles matches. The winner of each block is determined via a point system, with two points for a win, one point for a draw, and no point for a defeat; each night of the event sees the ten members of one block compete for the tournament, while the members of the non-competing block perform in tag team matches that have no influence of the tournament results. On the final day of the event, the winners of both blocks face each other to determine the winner of the G1 Climax, who will gain a future match for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at Wrestle Kingdom, NJPW's biggest yearly event.The event saw the G1 Climax debut of Jeff Cobb, Jon Moxley, Taichi, Kenta, Shingo Takagi, and Will Ospreay as well as Lance Archer's first participation since 2014; this was Kenta's in-ring debut in NJPW. As usual, the tournament took place over several cities and locations; the 2019 edition marked the first time that the G1 Climax tournament took place outside of Japan, as the event opened with G1 Climax in Dallas at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, before moving back to Japan. The event was broadcast live on AXS TV in the United States, TV Asahi and Fighting TV Samurai in Japan, and New Japan Pro-Wrestling World worldwide.------Miscellaneous of KS-1Hikayat Mara KarmaHikayat Gul BakawaliHikayat Perang Sabil (w:ace:Hikayat Prang Sabi, w:id:Hikayat Prang Sabi)Hikayat Raja BadayHikayat seutamuThe original Jawi script Acehnese language work Hikayat Perang Sabil (w:ace:Hikayat Prang Sabi, w:id:Hikayat Prang Sabi) has been transliterated into the Latin alphabet and annotated by Ibrahim Alfian (Teuku.) published in Jakarta. Perang sabi was the Acehnese word for jihad, a holy war and Acehnese language literary works on perang sabi were distributed by Islamic clerics ('ulama) such as Teungku di Tiro to help the resistance against the Dutch in the Aceh War. The recompense awarded by in paradise detailed in Islamic Arabic texts and Dutch atrocities were expounded on in the Hikayat Perang Sabil which was communally read by small cabals of Ulama and Acehnese who swore an oath before going to achieve the desired status of "martyr" by launching suicide attacks on the Dutch. Perang sabil was the Malay equivalent to other terms like Jihad, Ghazawat for "Holy war", the text was also spelled "Hikayat perang sabi". Fiction novels like Sayf Muhammad Isa's Sabil: Prahara di Bumi Rencong on the war by Aceh against the Dutch include references ro Hikayat Perang Sabil.Mualimbunsu Syam Muhammad wrote the work called "Motives for Perang Sabil in Nusantara", Motivasi perang sabil di Nusantara: kajian kitab Ramalan Joyoboyo, Dalailul-Khairat, dan Hikayat Perang Sabil on Indonesia's history of Islamic holy war (Jihad). Children and women were inspired to do suicide attacks by the Hikayat Perang Sabil against the Dutch. Hikayat Perang Sabil is also known as "Hikayat Prang Sabi". Hikayat Perang Sabil is considered as part of 19th century Malay literature. In Dutch occupied Aceh, Hikayat Perang Sabil was confiscated from Sabi's house during a Police raid on September 27, 1917.------Sports: Formula 1, Formula E, GP2 and football of telecomsAgag business activity within sports mainly focuses on motorsport and football. According to the Spanish newspaper 'El Pais', Agag, together with Flavio Briatore, acquired very early on the Formula One T.V. rights for Spain. This was achieved via a U.K. based company and played a key role in the huge expansion of Formula One in Spain where television audiences have multiplied over the past few years. Agag is also very heavily involved in the 'sponsorship' side of the business, he is said to be behind some of the major deals lately achieved in the sport.Agag owns the Barwa Addax GP2 Series Team which won the title in 2008 and was runner-up in 2009. He took over the Team from former F1 driver, Adrin Campos, in mid-2007. The team's main sponsor is the Qatari real estate company, Barwa. Three drivers from Addax, Romain Grosjean, Vitaly Petrov and Lucas di Grassi, have made it to the F1. In 2010, Agag started competing in GP3 with the Addax GP3 Team.Through his connection within sport, Agag has formed friendships with Flavio Briatore, Bernie Ecclestone and Lakshmi Mittal. Together, they bought the English football club Queens Park Rangers in 2007.Agag served as chairman of QPR for a few months during the take-over then remained in the club as a shareholder. The plan was to have QPR promoted to the English Premier League, a feat that was achieved in 2011.He is currently in charge of the Formula E Championship, an electric car racing series. The inaugural season began in September 2014 and lasted until June 2015. Formula E Holdings, whose CEO is Alejandro Agag, has set up races in ten different cities around the world which are Beijing, Putrajaya, Punta del Este, Buenos Aires, Miami, Long Beach, Monaco, Berlin, Moscow and London. The races take place in street circuits and began in Beijing on 13 September 2014.------Danny Welch of KS-1For the other people with a similar name, see Daniel Welch (disambiguation).Danny Ray Welch is an American Cancer Biologist and founding director of the University of Kansas Medical Center's Department of Cancer Biology. Welch is also a Professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and Director of the NFCR Center for Metastasis Research at KU. His research is in the area of Metastasis Suppressor Genes and the biology of metastasis.He is best known for his discovery of 4 of the 24 known metastasis suppressor genes. By definition, these genes suppress metastasis without suppressing growth of the primary tumor. He is also well known for his work in defining the characters of cancer metastasis, and for his mentoring.In 1996, Welchs lab in Hershey, Pennsylvania isolated a cDNA from a cancer cell that was not able to undergo metastasis after the human chromosome 6 was added to the cell. This gene was named KISS1 because of the location of where it was discovered (Hershey, Pennsylvania, home of Hershey's Kiss). Introduction of this chromosome into the once active cancer cell inhibited it from spreading and the cDNA responsible was taken from that cell. The fact that KISS1 was responsible for this was proved when it was transfected into melanoma cells and yet again, metastasis was suppressed.He is a member of the editorial board of the Cancer and Metastasis Reviews.He is the author of the book "Cancer Metastasis -- Related Genes" (CANCER METASTASISBIOLOGY AND TREATMENT Volume 3) by Kluwer Academic Publications (Now Springer). He has authored over 140 original research papers in the area of cancer biology and metastasis. Welch is one of the few researchers whose research has focused on unraveling the biology of cancer metastasis from the very beginning of his research career.
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1. Data availability of farm & gardenFull documentation for the 1860 population census, including microdata, census forms and enumerator instructions, is available from the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS). Aggregate data for small areas, together with compatible cartographic boundary files, can be downloaded from the National Historical Geographic Information System------2. Reform of farm & gardenIn Ireland the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 (Section 12) does not allow the creation of any new fee farm grants, and where any such attempt is made a fee simple is automatically created instead. The act did not alter the status of any existing fee farm grants------3. Nisbet Homestead Farm of farm & gardenNisbet Homestead Farm, also known as the Old Stone House, is located near the LaSalle County town of Earlville, Illinois. The farm itself is actually in DeKalb County. The homestead is a stone structure, the only one in DeKalb County. The stone house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) on May 31, 1984.------4. Achievements of farm & gardenMilitary Farms are pioneers in introduction of Artificial Insemination (AI) in cattle India.The dairy development in the organized sector in India is attributed to Military Farms.Project Frieswal, a project to develop a cross-bred cattle has become the world's largest cross-bred cattle breeding programme.------5. Brentwood Farm of farm & gardenBrentwood Farm, also known as Adams Purchase and Smith's Adventure, is a historic home located at Westover, Somerset County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story three-bay Flemish bond brick house built about 1738. The house was enlarged by a well-designed Shingle-style / Colonial Revival addition in 1916.Brentwood Farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.------6. List of places in Luton of farm & gardenThis is a list of places in Luton, Bedfordshire, England. Luton is a large town, 30 miles (50km) north of London one of the largest in England without city status.Over the years Luton has expanded, taking in former neighbouring villages and hamlets, as well as by the construction of new estates and localities.------7. All Saints Academy, Dunstable of farm & gardenAll Saints Academy (formerly The Northfields Technology College) is a mixed secondary school located in Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England.All Saints educates 11- to 16-year-olds, as well as mainly from the town of Dunstable and some surrounding villages. In addition, the school offers further education for 16- to 18-year-olds through its sixth form department.------8. MembersDiscography of farm & gardenNikola Sarcevic bass guitar, vocals (1992present)Mathias Frm drums (19921993), lead guitar (1993present)Erik Ohlsson lead guitar (19921993), rhythm guitar (1992present)Fredrik Larzon drums (1993present)TimelineStudio albumsTiny Tunes (1994) (re-released as Same Old Tunes in 1998)Life on a Plate (1995)For Monkeys (1997)Pennybridge Pioneers (2000)Home from Home (2002)Kingwood (2005)Machine 15 (2008)True Brew (2015)SOS (2019)------9. Kennedy Hill Farm of farm & gardenThe Kennedy Hill Farm is a historic farmstead on Kennedy Hill Road in Goffstown, New Hampshire. The property exhibits 150 years of agricultural history, with a well-crafted c. 1800 farmhouse built using regionally distinctive joinery skills. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.------10. J&L Grubb of farm & gardenJ&L Grubb was set up by Jane and Louis Grubb in 1984 at their farm in Beechmount, near Fethard, South Tipperary. Jane originally experimented in an old copper brewer's vat before settling on the recipe for their first cheese, Cashel Blue------11. Innergex Renewable Energy of farm & gardenInnergex Renewable Energy (TSX:INE) is a developer, owner and operator of run-of-river hydroelectric facilities, wind energy, and solar farms in North America. While many of the firm's operational assets are located in its home province of Qubec, it has expanded into Ontario, British Columbia, and Idaho------12. Anders Kjellberg Farm of farm & gardenThe Chellberg Farm is significant as it represents the ethnic heritage of this nearly forgotten Swedish American settlement. Other nearby Swedish landmarks have been restored or preserved, including the Burstrom Chapel and the Burstrom Cemetery. The farm includes the family home, water house with windmill, chicken coop/bunkhouse, and the original barn.------13. Edward M. Gregg Farm of farm & gardenThe Edward M. Gregg Farm is a historic farm property located near Jerome, Idaho. It listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 8, 1983 as part of a group of structures built from local lava rock in south central Idaho.------14. Related series of farm & gardenSeveral other shorter series featuring the same people and production staff have been made:Victorian Pharmacy at Blists Hill Victorian Town, 4 episodesVictorian BakersVictorian Slum House (2016)Full Steam Ahead courtesy of British Rail, 6 episodesSecrets of the Castle at Gudelon Castle, 5 episodes24 Hours in the Past, 4 episodes (2015)------15. Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia of farm & gardenThe Frontier Culture Museum, located in Staunton, Virginia is a living history museum that tells the story of the people who migrated from the Old World to America and the life they created in the Shenandoah Valley. The Museum is made up of original or reproduced examples of traditional buildings from the Old World and America------16. Evje og Vegusdal of farm & gardenEvje og Vegusdal is a former municipality in Aust-Agder county, Norway. It was located in the Setesdal region in Southern Norway in parts of the present-day municipalities of Evje og Hornnes and Birkenes. The administrative centre was the village of Evje where the Evje Church is located.------17. Animal Farm (disambiguation) of farm & gardenAnimal Farm is a novel by George Orwell. It may also refer to:One of several other works based on the novel:Animal Farm (1954 film), an animated film based on the bookAnimal Farm (1999 film), a live action film based on the book------18. Cranebank of farm & gardenCranebank is a Local Nature Reserve on the east bank of the River Crane in Hatton in the London Borough of Hounslow. It is owned and managed by Hounslow Council. It is also part of The Crane Corridor Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation..------19. Museum of Tyrolean Farms of farm & gardenThe Museum of Tyrolean Farms (German: Museum Tiroler Bauernhfe) is an open-air museum in Kramsach, Austria. As at 2009 the museum had around 30 historic farmsteads and other historic rural buildings as well as their associated barns, sheds, alms and storehouses------20. Windover Farms of Titusville of farm & gardenWindover Farms of Titusville is a subdivision near Titusville, Florida. The road, Windover Way, is the same road from the Titusville subdivision, 25 miles (40km) further north. Inside the association is the Windover Archaeological Site, where 8,000-year-old human remains were discovered.------21. Hobby Farms of farm & gardenHobby Farms is a bimonthly magazine, devoted to the life of hobby farmers, homesteaders and small producers. Its editorial offices are based in Lexington, Kentucky. Hobby Farms magazine's tagline is "Rural Living for Pleasure and Profit". The magazine is known for its award-winning design and photography.------22. Axel Pehrsson-Bramstorp of farm & gardenAxel Alarik Pehrsson-Bramstorp (born Axel Alarik Pehrsson; 19 August 1883 19 February 1954) was a Swedish politician and was Prime Minister of Sweden for a few months during 1936. As a parliamentarian he was known as Axel Pehrsson in Bramstorp, or just Bramstorp for short. In 1937 he officially added the name of his farm to his family name.------23. List of generating stations in Nova Scotia of farm & gardenThis is a list of electrical generating stations in Nova Scotia, Canada.Nova Scotia has twenty-nine power stations, and is still largely dependent on coal-fired generation, with some natural gas and hydroelectric generating stations. Nova Scotia Power, a subsidiary of Emera, operates the integrated public utility serving most of the province.------24. Garden Farms, California of farm & gardenGarden Farms is a census-designated place in San Luis Obispo County, California. Garden Farms sits at an elevation of 955 feet (291m). The 2010 United States census reported Garden Farms's population was 386.Garden Farms is a subdivision located between Santa Margarita and Atascadero, California.------25. Orchard Farm High School of farm & gardenOrchard Farm High School is a public high school in St. Charles, Missouri that is part of the Orchard Farm School District.The school serves the towns of West Alton and Portage Des Sioux as well as parts of the city of St. Charles and St. Charles County.------26. Moss Farm Alliance of farm & gardenThe Moss Farm Alliance (MFA) is the voluntary homeowners association for the residents of Moss Farm. The Moss Farm Alliance (MFA) pays for off-duty Dallas Police officers to patrol the neighborhood and hosts events for the benefit of Moss Farm residents------27. Potentials of farm & gardenNanong Gewog falls under Nanong-Shumar constituency and its member to the parliament (MP) is the Prime Minister of Bhutan. H.E. Lyenpo Jigme Thinley is the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Bhutan. He hails from Druk Phunsum Tshogpa (DPT) party.------28. Englefield House of farm & gardenEnglefield House was the home of the Englefield family, supposedly from the time of King Edgar and certainly until the Elizabethan era when the present building was erected. The house eventually passed to the Benyon family, as part of the largest privately owned estate in West Berkshire.------29. Uncle Sam's Farm of farm & gardenUncle Sam's Farm is a song based on a poem by Jesse Hutchinson, Jr., written to encourage immigration to the American West. It was popularized by the Hutchinson Family Singers. It is part of the Roud Folk Song Index and is number 4556 on the list------30. Political and cultural views of farm & gardenAllison was reported to have strong views about "the domination of money over everything, the growing lack of empathy on the part of the powers-that-be for the population, wars and more wars, and an underlying hypocrisy in society" and the arrogance of colonizers of the Americas.------31. Sotmany (meteorite) of farm & gardenSotmany is an L6 ordinary chondrite meteorite which fell on 30 April 2011 in Sotmany village, Poland. The fall occurred at around 6:00 am. Single meteorite penetrated the edge of a roof and shattered on concrete floor into several pieces. It was immediately found by the owners of the farm, alarmed by loud noise.------32. St Peter's Church of farm & gardenThe village's oldest building is the church, which dates from Norman times. There are also a number of interesting buildings such as the Manor House, Hoo Farm and Green End Farm House, all of which date back several hundred years------33. Municipalities belonging to Achagua territoriesCulture of farm & gardenAchagua people live in large villages. Clans live together in communal houses. Polygamy is commonplace. They farm crops, such as bitter cassava. They traditionally poison their arrows with curare.There is a small town in Apure called Achaguas.------34. Colony Farm Regional Park of farm & gardenColony Farm Regional Park is a park along the Coquitlam River in the Tri-Cities area of Metro Vancouver. It is 260 hectares in size. Colony Farm was once one of the most modern and productive working farms in Canada. Today, it provides important habitat for many animal species and over 200 bird species. .------35. Activity of farm & gardenGrowmark has several retail brands, among them AgriVisor, Archer Lubricants, Fast Stop, FS InVision, HiSoy, the FS System, Green Yard, MID-CO, Seedway, STAR Energy, and United Lubricants.In Canada, Growmark owns FS Partners, which has partial ownership of Norfolk FS and provides for Haldimand County, Norfolk County, Kitchener, Waterloo, Oxford County, and Middlesex County.------36. FC Krasnodar-2 of farm & gardenFC Krasnodar-2 (Russian: -2 ) is a Russian football team from Krasnodar, founded in 2013. From 2013 to 2018, it played in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League. It made its debut in the second-tier Russian Football National League in the 201819 season. It is a farm club for the Russian Premier League team FC Krasnodar------37. Ojakgyo Family of farm & gardenOjakgyo Family (Korean: ; RR:Ojakgyo Hyeongjedeul; lit. Ojakgyo Brothers) is a South Korean television series starring Uee, Joo Won, Ryu Soo-young, Choi Jung-yoon, Jung Woong-in, Yeon Woo-jin, Baek Il-seob, and Kim Ja-ok. The family drama aired on KBS2 from August 6, 2011 to February 19, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 58 episodes..------38. Background of farm & gardenThe Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Ordinance, 2020 along with The Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance, 2020 was promulgated by the Union Cabinet on the 5 June 2020.The Lok Sabha approved the bills on 17 September 2020 and Rajya Sabha on 20 September 2020.------39. West Cape, Prince Edward Island of farm & gardenWest Cape is a cape and an unincorporated community located at the western-most extremity of Prince Edward Island, Canada.Contrary to popular belief, West Cape is the westernmost extreme point of Prince Edward Island, as opposed to West Point, which lies several kilometres to the south and slightly east.------40. Eaton, Oxfordshire of farm & gardenEaton is a hamlet about 4.5 miles (7km) west of Oxford and about 5 miles (8km) northwest of Abingdon. Eaton is in the civil parish of Appleton-with-Eaton, which is traditionally part of Berkshire, and now in the ceremonial county of Oxfordshire------41. William Painter Farm of farm & gardenWilliam Painter Farm is a historic home located at Chadds Ford Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1808, and is a two-story painted brick building with a late 19th- and an early 20th-century addition. The home was used as a station on the Underground Railroad.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.------42. Notable people of farm & gardenSir William Aston (1613 in Leigh - 1671) a barrister, politician, soldier and a justice of the Court of King's Bench (Ireland).Ernald Lane (born 1836) an Anglican priest, Rector of Leigh, then a prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral until 1888 when he became Archdeacon of Stoke; also a fine rower who represented Oxford in the 1858 Boat Race
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