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Places
Places term Scope note Results
10/18 McCaul Street 1
21st Street & Troy Street 1
259 1/2 Yonge Street 1
423 Broome Street 2
44 York Street 1
55 Gould Street 1
Aberdeen 2
Aberdeenshire

Use for: Gordon, Scotland (1975-1996)

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Acapulco 2
Adelaide 1
Afghanistan 1
Africa (15)
  • Second largest continent; noted for early sites chronicling development of hominids; ancient, complex civilizations in North; premodern sub-Saharan populated by hunters and farmers; major European expansion 18th-19th centuries; most nations independent 20th century.
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Agincourt 1
Agra 1
Ailsa Craig 1
Ajax 3
Al Qāhirah

Use for: Cairo, Al-Qāhirah, Al-Qahirah, Al Qahirah

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Al-ʻIrāq

Use for: Iraq, Republic of Iraq , Jumhüriyyat al ʻIrāq, Al Iraq, Al Jumhouriya al 'Iraquia, al-Jumhūrīyah al-ʻIrāqīyah

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Alaska (1)

Use for: AK

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Alberta (17) 7
Algeria 1
Algonquin Park 1
Alton 1
Amsterdam 2
Ancaster 1
Ann Arbor 15
Annapolis 1
Antarctica 1
Antwerp 1
Antwerp province (1) 0
Arcadia

Use for: Untitled

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Arctic 1
Arctic Ocean (ocean)

Use for: Arctic Sea

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Argentina 1
Arizona 1
Arviat 1
Asia (44) 1
Athens
  • Was an ancient metropolis of great importance; settled in Neolithic times. Acropolis was fortified by 1200 BCE; became great city-state, ruling and colonizing over a wide area. It was the center of culture influencing all of the Western world in philosophy, theater, and art. The name refers to the goddess Athena. In Homeric Greek the city's name was in the singular form (Ἀθήνη) then changed in the plural.
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Atlanta 2
Atlantic City 1
Atlantic Ocean (ocean)

Use for: Atlantic

  • Body of water that separates North and South America from Europe and Africa, covers around 42,000,000 square miles and is on average 12,250 feet deep; may be referred to as divided into North Atlantic Ocean and South Atlantic Ocean.
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Australia (4)

Use for: Commonwealth of Australia, Australia, Commonwealth of

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Austria (1) 9
Balboa Island 1
Baldwin 2
Ballater 1
Baltimore 2
Banbury 1
Banff 3
Barcelona 3
Barrie 10
Baykal, Ozero (lake)

Use for: Ozero Baykal, Baikal, Lake, Lake Baikal, Bajkal, ozero, Baikal, Ozero, Baikal, Lago, Baikal-See

  • Deepest lake in the world. One fifth of the world's reserves. Over 80% of fresh water in the former USSR.
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Beaverton 0
Belgium (2) 4
Belleville 7
Belmond 1
Beloeil 1
Berlin 10
Bermuda 6
Bigler Township (1) 0
Binghamton 18
Birmingham 3
Black Sea 1
Bolsover 1
Boonton 1
Borden 1
Bosnia and Herzegovina (1) 0
Boston 0
Boston 13
Boulder 1
Boulogne-sur-Mer 1
Bowen Island 0
Bowmanville 5
Bradford 2
Bramalea 2
Brampton (1) 118
Brantford 5
Brazil

Use for: Brasil , Federative Republic of Brazil

  • Large nation comprising the Amazon basin in the north and the Brazilian plateau in south. The area was inhabited by Tupí-Guaraní peoples, who were semi-nomadic and lived in scattered settlements, when it was charted by the Portuguese ca. 1500. European colonization began in 1530. The official language is Portuguese.
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Bridgeport 1
Bristol 1
British Columbia (31) 21
Brome (2) 1
Brome Lake (1) 1
Brooklyn (1) 4
Buffalo 4
Burlington 2
Burnaby 5
Caledon (1)

Use for: 43°52′N 79°52′W

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Caledon Hills 1
Caledonia 5
Calgary 32
California (13) 20
Cambodia 2
Cambridge (MA) 12
Cambridge (ON) (1)

Use for: Blair, Ontario

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Campbelton 1
Camposanto 1
Camrose County (1) 0
Canada (306)
  • 1867-.
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Canmore 1
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