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ccrl refinery complex

previously known as consumers co-operative refinery limited ccrl the co-op refinery complex is an oil refinery spread over 544 acres 2.20 km 2 located in the city of regina, saskatchewan, canada, owned by federated co-operatives limited fcl . the refinery provides oil products to the member co-operatives of federated co-operatives limited as well as most other petroleum retailers in the .

synthetic fence

synthetic fence posts are placed into pre-dug holes, or sometimes the synthetic post is fitted over a pre-set post of wood, rebar, or pipe for additional sturdiness. rails or pickets are inserted into specifically designed slots and grooves within the rails.

st. james park san jose

st. james park is a 6.8-acre 2.8 ha park in downtown san jose, california.originally laid out as st. james square in 1848, local newspapers dubbed the site a park in 1885, shortly after a fountain was installed in the center of the area. st. james park was the site of a notorious lynching in 1933 of the two who were accused of kidnapping and murdering brooke hart.

devils postpile national monument

devils postpile national monument is a national monument located near mammoth mountain in eastern california.the monument protects devils postpile, an unusual rock formation of columnar basalt.it encompasses 798 acres 323 ha and includes two main tourist attractions: the devils postpile formation and rainbow falls, a waterfall on the middle fork of the san joaquin river.

2020 hubei lockdowns

in mid-december 2019, an emerging cluster of people, many linked to the huanan seafood wholesale market in wuhan, were infected with pneumonia with no clear causes. chinese scientists subsequently linked the pneumonia to a new strain of coronavirus that was given the initial designation sars-cov-2.some of the first symptoms appeared on december 10, and 24 cases were later discovered to have .

quercus rubra

quercus rubra syn. quercus borealis , commonly called northern red oak or champion oak, is an oak in the red oak group quercus section lobatae . it is a native of north america, in the eastern and central united states and southeast and south-central canada.

budgerigar

nests are made in holes in trees, fence posts or logs lying on the ground; the four to six eggs are incubated for 18–21 days, with the young fledging about 30 days after hatching. in the wild, virtually all parrot species require a hollow tree or a hollow log as a nest site.

list of public art in the london borough of hounslow .

this is a list of public art in the london borough of hounslow. bedfont. image title / individual commemorated location date sculptor source coordinates listed by historic england topiary church of st mary .

ivanhoe park cultural landscape

ivanhoe park cultural landscape is a heritage-listed former clubhouse, croquet court, cycling, tramway and pleasure garden and now scout hall, sports venue, commemorations, park, passive recreation, childcare centre and community building at sydney road, manly, northern beaches council, new south wales, australia.it is also known as ivanhoe park including manly oval cultural landscape and .

bankfoot house

a variety of timber posts with threaded wire fence the property except for a stretch made of hollow metal pipe with threaded wire to each side of the entrance gate. 1 the yard accommodates a timber trellis, a hills hoist clothes line, posts from an earlier clothes line and a memorial cairn and plaque.

turquoise parrot

occasionally old fence posts have been used. the turquoise parrot competes with—and may be ousted by—the eastern rosella platycercus eximius , red-rumped parrot psephotus haematonotus and brown treecreeper climacteris picumnus for suitable breeding sites. the tree containing the hollow is often located in open woodland, and the hollow .

mungana archaeological area

mungana archaeological area is a heritage-listed former mining town at mungana, chillagoe, shire of mareeba, queensland, australia.it is also known as mungana prospect, old mungana township, mungana township, lady jane mine, eclipse limeworks and cemetery, and girofla mine.it was added to the queensland heritage register on 11 december 2008.

lesser yellow-headed vulture

the lesser yellow-headed vulture cathartes burrovianus also known as the savannah vulture, is a species of bird in the new world vulture family cathartidae. it was considered to be the same species as the greater yellow-headed vulture until they were split in 1964.

us regular issues of 1922–1931

the regular issues of 1922–1931 were a series of 27 u.s. postage stamps issued for general everyday use by the u.s. post office. unlike the definitives previously in use, which presented only a washington or franklin image, each of these definitive stamps depicted a different president or other subject, with washington and franklin each confined to a single denomination.

talk:gate, fence and hollow tree shelter designed by .

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coulter flats

coulter flats also known as the coulter, is a historic apartment building located at indianapolis, indiana.it was built in 1907, and is a three-story, six bay by six bay, tudor revival / jacobean revival style brick building with terra cotta ornamentation on a raised basement. it is of hollow tile and concrete framing. it features porches and flemish gables.

cronulla post office

cronulla post office is a heritage-listed post office at 41 cronulla street, cronulla, sydney, new south wales, australia.it was designed by edwin hubert henderson of the commonwealth department of works and railways and built in 1924. it was added to the australian commonwealth heritage list on 22 august 2012.

gord archaeology

some gords were ring-shaped, with a round, oval, or occasionally polygonal fence or wall surrounding a hollow. others, built on a natural hill or a man-made mound, were cone-shaped. those with a natural defense on one side, such as a river or lake, were usually horseshoe-shaped. most gords were built in densely populated areas on sites that .