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** Aberdeen railway station, New South Wales
** Assamese New Year, or Rongali Bihu ( India's Assam Valley )
** Bengali New Year, or Pohela Boishakh ( Bangladesh and India's West Bengal state )
** Burmese New Year, or Thingyan ( Burma )
** Sikh New Year, or Vaisakhi ( Punjab region )
** Khmer New Year, or Chol Chnam Thmey, most commonly celebrated on April 13 ( Cambodia )
** Lao New Year, or Songkan / Pi Mai Lao, generally celebrated from 13 to 15 April ( Laos )
** Maithili New Year, Jude-Sheetal in Mithila and Nepal
** Malayali New Year, or Vishu ( India's Kerala state )
** Maldivian New Year, ( Maldives )
** Nepali New Year, or Bikram Samwat / Vaishak Ek ( Nepal )
** Oriya New Year, or Maha Visuba Sankranthi ( India's Orissa state )
** Sinhalese New Year, or Aluth Avurudhu ( Sri Lanka )
** Tamil New Year, or Puthandu ( India's Tamil Nadu state, Sri Lanka )
** Thai New Year, or Songkran, celebrated from 13 to 15 April ( Thailand )
** Tuluva New Year, or Bisu ( India's Karnataka state )
** British-Americans and on-going developments in New England cuisine, the national traditions founded in cuisine of the thirteen colonies and some aspects of other regional cuisine.
** French Americans and their " New World " regional identities such as:
** Cuisine of New Mexico
** Reprint: New York: Exeter Books, 1983.
** The Benjamin Franklin Bridge across the Delaware River between Philadelphia and Camden, New Jersey
** New Curonian ( nearly extinct ; often considered a separate language, but mutually intelligible to Latvian )
** oremus Bible Browser ( New Revised Standard Version )
** oremus Bible Browser ( Anglicized New Revised Standard Version )
** Hosea at The Great Books ( New Revised Standard Version )

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** Lammas ( England, Scotland, Neopagans )
** Anglo-Saxon England, their history
** William of Ockham ( Church of England )
** Roman Britain or Britannia, a Roman province covering most of modern England and Wales and some of southern Scotland from 43 to 410 AD
** Morecambe Bay-largest intertidal bay in England
** C. v. marilandicus ( Linnaeus, 1758 )-coastal New England to Pennsylvania and central Virginia
** Christchurch ( UK Parliament constituency ), England, centered on the town
** Botolph ( England )
** Midsummer Day ( England )
** Ephrem the Syrian ( Roman Catholic Church and Church of England )
** Evelyn Underhill ( Church of England and the Episcopal Church of the United States )
** Witenagemot, the High Council of Anglo-Saxon England
** Chad of Mercia ( Church of England )
** Historic start of the new year ( Lady Day ) in England, Wales, Ireland, and the future United States until the adoption of the Gregorian Calendar in 1752.
** Division of New England, an electoral district in the Australian House of Representatives, in New South Wales
** University of New England ( Australia ), based in Armidale, New South Wales
** Edmund the Martyr ( Church of England )
** Forty Martyrs of England and Wales
** In the 1971 film Dad's Army, German aircrew with photographs vital to the invasion crash land in England.
** Paulinus of York ( in England )
** International Origin Match, England vs Exiles
** Old Believings It was believed that in England in the 14th century, that plains of any kind is where the dead wandered searching for their revenge.
** English Reformation, series of events in 16th century England by which the church in England broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church

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