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Criehaven is an alternative name for Ragged Island, an unorganized territory in Knox County, Maine, United States.
Criehaven was formerly a plantation including Ragged Island just south of Matinicus Isle in outer Penobscot Bay, plus Matinicus Rock to its southeast, and Seal Island, the location of Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge, to its northeast.
There are people who have houses on Ragged Island and some stay all summer and some people stay just part of every week.
He and his wife, Harriet Hall ( 1829-1919 ), moved to Ragged Island in 1849 where Robert became successful in farming and lumbering.
Crie incorporated Ragged Island as the plantation of Criehaven in 1896, and for the next few decades it was thriving small community.
A " lively summer community of fishermen and vacationers " continues to occupy Ragged Island according to McLane, but there has " rarely been year round habitation in recent years.
" McLane asserts the name " Ragged Arse Island " might have been an attempt to render " Racketash ," Abnaki for " island rocks.
" Charts in the mid-19th Century began calling it Ragged Island but, McLane asserts, the Matinicus lobstermen continue calling the island Ragged Arse " out of perversity.
" Ragged Island dubs itself the " Island of Lobsters ," and boasts of being the farthest offshore inhabited island on the East Coast.
Based on Lucayan names for the islands, Granberry & Vescelius argue for two origins of colonization ; one from Hispaniola to the Turks and Caicos Islands through Mayaguana and Acklins and Crooked Islands to Long Island and the Great and Little Exuma Islands, and another from Cuba through Great Inagua Island, Little Inagua Island and Ragged Island to Long Island and the Exumas.
There are also several conservation areas throughout town ; the portion of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area in Hingham includes Bumpkin Island, Button Island, Langlee Island, Ragged Island, Sarah Island and the World's End Reservation, which juts out into the bay.

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For this reason, stories about earthquakes generally begin with the disaster and focus on its immediate aftermath, as in Short Walk to Daylight ( 1972 ), The Ragged Edge ( 1968 ) or Aftershock: Earthquake in New York ( 1998 ).
A facility on this principle was built on the Montreal River at Ragged Shutes near Cobalt, Ontario in 1910 and supplied 5, 000 horsepower to nearby mines.
His many books that followed were essentially variations on Ragged Dick and featured a cast of stock characters: the valiant hard-working, honest youth ( who knew more Latin than the villain ), the noble, mysterious stranger ( whom the poor boy rescued and by whom he got rewarded ), the snobbish youth ( cousin ), and the evil squire ( uncle ).
A 1982 musical, Shine !, was based on Alger's work, particularly Ragged Dick and Silas Snobden's Office Boy.
Later in his career he wrote the Land trilogy ( The Ragged Astronauts, The Wooden Spaceships and The Fugitive Worlds ), set on a system of worlds where technology has evolved with no metals.
Ragged Mountain, elevation above sea level, is on the northern boundary.
Later that day, appeared as Rushton in the first episode of an adaptation of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists on the same station
Taylor played drums on the band's first three studio albums ( Duran Duran, Rio, and Seven and the Ragged Tiger ) and the live album Arena.
Lang's compositions, based on the Red Hot Jazz database, included " Wild Cat " with Joe Venuti, " Perfect " with Frank Signorelli, " April Kisses " ( 1927 ), " Sunshine ", " Melody Man's Dream ", " Goin ' Places ", " Black and Blue Bottom ", " Bull Frog Moan ", " Rainbow Dreams ", " Feelin ' My Way ", " Eddie's Twister ", " Really Blue ", " Penn Beach Blues ", " Wild Dog ", " Pretty Trix ", " A Mug of Ale ", " Apple Blossoms ", " Beating the Dog ", " To To Blues ", " Running Ragged ", " Kicking the Cat ", " Cheese and Crackers ", " Doin ' Things ", " Blue Guitars ", " Guitar Blues " with Lonnie Johnson, " Hot Fingers ", " Have to Change Keys to Play These Blues ", " A Handful of Riffs ", " Blue Room ", " Deep Minor Rhythm Stomp ", " Two-Tone Stomp ".
*'" Lyric, Narrative, Memory " in A Ragged Pen: Essays on Poetry & Memory ( includes works by Robert Finley, Patrick Friesen, Aislinn Hunter, and Anne Simpson )-2006
Robert Tressell's classic socialist novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists contains a detailed account based on a meeting Tressell saw, which was organised by the Clarion's cycling scouts.
A facility on this principal was built on the Montreal River at Ragged Shutes near Cobalt, Ontario in 1910 and supplied 5, 000 horsepower to nearby mines.
Rock climbing, closed for several decades on the Giant because of accidents, was permitted as of 2007 ; the Ragged Mountain Foundation, a non-profit rock climbing group, advises climbers to " please observe park regulations.
The term " safety valve " was applied to the tidal flats by Ralph Munroe, who argued against building a causeway and bridges connecting Key Biscayne to the Ragged Keys and beyond on the grounds that such construction would block the free outflow of storm surges from the bay across the flats to the ocean.
The story of Captain Star take place on a rocket ship, The Boiling Hell, which has been ordered to a deserted planet known only as " The Nameless Planet " at the Ragged Edge of the Universe.
Keeping him on active duty, while separated from the public by assigning him to the Ragged Edge of the Universe, the public can continue to regard him as a hero who is in his prime forever.
His compositions include " Trumbology " ( 1927 ), " Plantation Moods " with David Rose, " Red Hot ", " Wringin ' an ' Twistin '" with Fats Waller, " Barbed Wire Blues ", " Troubled ", " I Like That ", " Bass Drum Dan ", " Break it Down ", " I'm Glad ", " Choo Choo ", " Sun Spots ", " Eclipse ", " Meteor ", " Krazy Kat ", " G Blues ", " Tailspin " with Jimmy Dorsey, " Crying All Day ", " Loved One ", " Apple Blossoms " with Joe Venuti, Lennie Hayton, and Eddie Lang, " Three Blind Mice " with Chauncey Morehouse, " The Mayor of Alabam '", " Flight of a Haybag ", " Cinderella's Wedding Day ", " Runnin ' Ragged ", and " For No Reason at All in C " with Bix Beiderbecke in 1927, which was released as a single on Okeh, Columbia, and Parlophone.
Ragged Mountain is a privately owned ski and golf resort located on the northern side of Ragged Mountain in Danbury, New Hampshire, in the United States.

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The first, the Rise to Respectability, he observes, is evident in both his early and late books, notably in Ragged Dick, whose young impoverished hero declares: " I mean to turn over a new leaf, and try to grow up ' spectable.
One of the early landmarks was the ' Ragged Cat ', a wayside inn dating back to 1850, later renamed the ' Palmerston ' and then ' Deacons ', it was renamed back to ' The Ragged Cat ' in 2009 before being closed down.
The London City Mission's early work centred on the poor and destitute, developing a wide range of charitable help including Ragged Schools and ministering to working people.
Ragged Mountain summitThe Metacomet Ridge that forms the spine of the Metacomet Trail was formed 200 million years ago during the late Triassic and early Jurassic periods, and is composed of trap rock, also known as basalt, an extrusive volcanic rock.

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" The Bear and Ragged Staff " is the liveliest public house in the town centre and it was briefly renamed " The Orange Kipper " in the mid-1990s, before the owners were convinced to reinstate the traditional name.
The town is home to Ragged Mountain State Forest and Proctor Academy, a private coeducational preparatory school.
Ragged Mountain is a prominent mountain with multiple summits which occupies the southern portion of town and has a ski area of the same name ; the elevation of the Danbury summit of Ragged is above sea level.
A fictionalized version of Criehaven is the setting for the web series, " Ragged Isle.
** " Ragged Red Fibers " – clumps of diseased mitochondria accumulate in the subsarcolemmal region of the muscle fiber and appear as " Ragged Red Fibers " when muscle is stained with modified Gömöri trichrome stain
Ragged Head ), is the largest island in Hong Kong, located at the mouth of the Pearl River.
* RP combined with opthalmoplegia, dysphagia, ataxia, and cardiac conduction defects is seen in the mitochondrial DNA disorder Kearns-Sayre syndrome ( also known as Ragged Red Fiber Myopathy )
" Aware of Quimper's presence within her consciousness, Ragged Robin is able to trap and defeat him with Lord Fanny's help.
Ragged Robin returns and is finally reunited with King Mob.
Ragged Ass Road is the second solo album album by former Red Rider frontman Tom Cochrane, released in October of 1995.
The Safety Valve is a series of shallow sand flats separated by tidal flow channels, stretching about from the south end of Key Biscayne to the Ragged Keys at the north end of the Florida Keys.
It is also found in MERRF ( Myoclonic Epilepsy with Ragged Red Fibers ), a rare mitochondrial encephalomyopathy.
It lies south of Lewis Mountain, and is positioned at the northeastern edge of the Ragged Mountains.

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