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The upper ( southeast ) end of the valley is sometimes called the Aspen Valley, but locals simply refer to it as " up-valley "-Aspen-and " down-valley "-Glenwood Springs.
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The oldest discovered bricks, originally made from shaped mud and dating to before 7500 BC were found at Tell Aswad, in the upper Tigris region and in southeast Anatolia close to Diyarbakir.
In 1958, as part of Operation Argus, the United States Navy exploded an atomic bomb high in the upper atmosphere, southeast of the main island.
A few days later Frémont led his men southeast toward Los Angeles, accepting the surrender of the leader Andres Pico and signing the Treaty of Cahuenga on January 13, 1847, which terminated the war in upper California.
alt = A four lane divided highway in a commercial area with a sign on the right side of the road reading Ridgedale Avenue Florham Park Parsippany upper right arrow all turns upper right arrow Morristown Airport right arrowRoute 10 begins at U. S. Route 46 in the Ledgewood section of Roxbury Township at the former Ledgewood Circle, heading to the southeast on a four-lane divided highway with some jughandles.
Tazewell is centered just east of the junction of U. S. Route 25, which connects the town to Morristown to the southeast and Middlesboro, Kentucky to the north, and Tennessee State Route 33, which connects the town to Maynardville to the southwest and the upper Clinch Valley to the northeast.
U. S. Route 127 ( called " Rankin Avenue " in Dunlap ), which traverses the Tennessee section of Sequatchie Valley, connects Dunlap to Crossville and the upper plateau area to the north and Chattanooga opposite Signal Mountain to the southeast.
The Swabian Jura occupies the region bounded by the Danube in the southeast and the upper Neckar in the northwest.
The upper Tiber, however, flows from northwest to southeast, gradually turning through one right angle clockwise.
An A-Company tank spotted an individual on a balcony on the upper floor of a high-rise building to the southeast who appeared to be observing the company with " some kind of optics " ( probably Protsyuk ).
Taken from the upper Baltoro, due southeast of the mountain, the twin summits were perfectly aligned and the mountain was seen as a slender tooth, and looked impregnable.
There are three main gates to campus, at Cunningham Square ( the intersection of River Avenue and Eaton Street ) and on Huxley Avenue to the upper campus, and at the southeast corner of the lower campus, along Eaton Street.
It is situated within the upper portion of the Cagayan River basin and bounded by Isabela on the north, Aurora on the east and southeast, and Nueva Vizcaya on the west and southwest.
About 80 % of the French production comes from southeast France: upper Provence ( départements of Vaucluse and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence ), part of Dauphiné ( département of Drôme ), and part of Languedoc ( département of Gard ); 20 % of the production comes from southwest France: Quercy ( département of Lot ) and Périgord.
* Regional District of Fraser-Fort George, a para-municipal body encompassing the area of the city of Prince George, British Columbia, and the upper valley of the Fraser River southeast of there
In the place of the garage and of a vacant development site on the southeast corner of Dundas and Bay streets, a new wing of the Eaton Centre was opened in 2006, containing Canadian Tire and Best Buy, with Ryerson University's Faculty of Business and a new parking garage with 574 spaces on the upper levels.
They once travelled from the Pecos River in eastern New Mexico to the upper Colorado River, San Saba River and Llano River of central Texas across the Edwards Plateau southeast to the Gulf of Mexico, were close allies of the Natagés, therefore it seems certain that they were the Plains Lipan division ( Golgahį ́ į ́, Kó ' l kukä ' ⁿ-“ Prairie Men ”), not to be confused with Lipiyánes or Le Panis ( French for the Pawnee ).
Located in southeast Turkey on the upper Euphrates River, it was fortified so as to protect a major crossing point of the river on the east-west trade route.
There is a frieze in the upper walls, a pedestal in the southeast corner and a sunken basin in the northwest corner.
* Ndáwe qóhä, Ndáwe qóhäⁿ, Ndáwe ɣóhäⁿ (" Fire People ", " Camp Circle People "): lived southeast of Fort Griffin, along the Colorado, San Saba and Llano Rivers towards the upper Nueces River and its tributaries the Frio River and Atascosa River in Texas.
* Ypandes ( Ypandis, Ipandes, Ipandi, Lipanes, Lipanos, Lipaines, Lapane, Lipanis, Lipan, They once travelled from the Pecos River in eastern New Mexico to the upper Colorado River, San Saba River and Llano River of central Texas across the Edwards Plateau southeast to the Gulf of Mexico, were close allies of the Natagés, therefore it seems certain that they were the Plains Lipan division ( Golgahį ́ į ́, Kó ' l kukä ' ⁿ-“ Prairie Men ”), not to be confused with Lipiyánes or Le Panis ( French for the Pawnee ).
At the beginning of the 3rd century CE Yang Teng ( 楊騰 ), chieftain of the White Neck Di ( 白項氐 ), had occupied the southeast area of modern Gansu province, at the upper course of the Han River.
These three reservoirs encompass the entire course of the river for its upper 60 miles ( 80 km ) stretching southeast into central Tuscaloosa County and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the largest city on the river.
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The Department of Agriculture averaged out U.S. food consumption last year at 1,488 lbs. per person, which, allowing for the 17 million Americans that John Kennedy said go to bed hungry every night, means that certain gluttons on the upper end must somehow down 8 lbs. or more a day.
* 1679 – The brigantine Le Griffon, commissioned by René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, is towed to the south-eastern end of the Niagara River, to become the first ship to sail the upper Great Lakes of North America.
From the upper end of the lake the river issues through the Nidau-Büren channel and then runs east to Büren.
A picoammeter, or pico ammeter, measures very low electrical current, usually from the picoampere range at the lower end to the milliampere range at the upper end.
The highly successful metal pressure tube anemometer of William Henry Dines in 1892 utilized the same pressure difference between the open mouth of a straight tube facing the wind and a ring of small holes in a vertical tube which is closed at the upper end.
Military of the Netherlands identity tags, like the Canadian and Norwegian ones, are designed to be broken in two in case of a fatality ; the lower end is returned to Dutch Defence Headquarters, while the upper half remains on the body.
The upper strap button is usually located near or at the top ( neck end ) of the body: on the upper body curve, at the tip of the upper " horn " ( on a double cutaway ), or at the neck joint ( heel ).
At the upper end of the Gallery on the right-hand side there is a hole near the roof which opens into a short tunnel by which access can be gained to the lowest of the Relieving Chambers.
Widest at its northern end near San Pedro Sula, the depression narrows as it follows the upper course of the Río Humuya.
A prolonged agricultural depression in Britain at the end of the 19th century, together with the introduction in the 20th century of increasingly heavy levels of taxation on inherited wealth, put an end to agricultural land as the primary source of wealth for the upper classes.
* The jack is a thin, rectangular piece of wood which sits upright on the end of the keylever, held in place by the registers ( the upper movable, the lower fixed ) which are two long strips of wood running in the gap from spine to cheek with rectangular mortises through which the jacks can move up and down. Figure 2.
The more sober western or " upper " end of the Kurfürstendamm is marked by the Berlin-Halensee railway station on the Ringbahn line and the junction with the Bundesautobahn 100 ( Stadtring ) at the Rathenauplatz roundabout, featuring the long disputed 1987 " Beton Cadillacs " sculpture by Wolf Vostell.
This consisted of a 1. 2 m long wooden handle with a T crossbar at the upper end, fitted with a broad chisel-like cutting edge of iron.
The lower part of the side stay consisted of ropes looped under the end of a knee of upper futtock which had a hole underneath.
* Lyric describes, in the classification of the human voice in European classical music, a specific vocal weight and a range at the upper end of the given voice part
* 1999 – Britain's House of Lords votes to end the right of hereditary peers to vote in Britain's upper chamber of Parliament.
Therefore, the Crown and the defence will often make a joint submission where they will both recommend the same sentence, or ( much more commonly ) a relatively narrow range ( with the Crown arguing for a sentence at the upper end of the range and the defence arguing for a sentence at the lower end ) so as to maintain the visibility of the judge's ability to exercise discretion.
The fruit is composed of the receptacle or upper end of the flower-stalk ( the so-called calyx tube ) greatly dilated.
* the frequency with which the upper end of a valley assumes the form of a semicircle of precipitous cliffs, called a cirque.
To this end, the prime minister goes before the lower and upper houses, reads out the bill to the legislators and closes with " the administration engages its responsibility " on the foregoing.