The light blue set are all part of the London Inner Ring Road, this section of which opened in 1756 as the New Road. From west to east the road runs as Euston Road to King's Cross, then Pentonville Road to the Angel, Islington. The three streets in the pink (or purple) set all converge at Trafalgar Square, and the red set are all adjacent to each other as part of the A4 road, a major road running west from Central London. The orange set is related to locations dealing with the police and law. The yellow set has an entertainment and nightlife-based theme; Leicester Square is known for cinemas and theatres, Coventry Street for clubs and restaurants, and Piccadilly for hotels. The streets in the green set have a background in retail and commercial properties.
Listed below are locations used for filming of the following Star Wars films:
Webster University maintains 10 campus locations around the world, including:
Other Buffy locations include:
A campus location provides student services and offers all classes a student would need to complete a degree. Webster University operates the following campus locations throughout the United States:
The following locations were included within the borders of the Jordanian municipality in the eastern part of the city between 1949 and 1967.
The following locations were included within the borders of the Israeli municipality after its expansion following the 1967 Six-Day War, formalised in the 1980 Israeli Jerusalem Law.
Thrilling Locations deals with locals common to the James Bond milieu such as casinos, hotels, restaurants, trains, boats, and planes; statistics for non-player characters found in such locales are provided, as are different random encounters in each of the locales, designed to be inserted into any ongoing adventure.
Thrilling Locations is a 1985 role-playing game supplement for James Bond 007 published by Victory Games. Originally published as a separate supplement, it was later included with the boxed Basic Set for the game.
Steve Crow and William A. Barton did a point/counterpoint review of Thrilling Locations in Space Gamer No. 76. Crow commented that "Thrilling Locations is an excellent buy, not only for James Bond 007 players but for those who play Top Secret, Mercenaries, Spies & Private Eyes, or any other secret-agent RPG." Barton commented that "Maybe I just expect too much of Victory Games, but Thrilling Locations is a disappointment."
Bond locations may refer to:
Like Mitch All Together, the title Strategic Grill Locations is taken from a joke that does not actually appear on the album:
Strategic Grill Locations is a comedy album from Mitch Hedberg. It is a recording of a performance at The Laff Stop comedy club in Houston, Texas, on September 7, 1999. The album was originally self-published by Hedberg and sold through his website and at shows. In conjunction with the release of his second album, Mitch All Together, the Comedy Central label also re-released this album, editing out some jokes that did not get much reaction. This re-release was packaged in a digipack. The original release featured a different cover.
Little Britain is set in many fictional towns and cities in Britain. This is a list of the locations featured in the TV show.
Locations are a type of administrative region in Kenya. Locations are a third level subdivision below counties and sub-counties. Locations are further subdivided into sub-locations. At the 1999 census there were 2,427 locations and 6,612 sublocations in Kenya.
Villa Enterprises began franchising operations in the U.S. and abroad in 1999, and currently operates 22 locations in Italy, the United Kingdom, Kuwait, the Czech Republic and Mexico.
Most of the NATC-A headquarters staff was co-located and daily worked with the AAF headquarters staff to train and advise them at Kabul International Airport. The remaining staff was located at Camp Eggers (in downtown Kabul) to facilitate coordination and AAF development with NTM-A and the Afghan Ministry of Defense. Since the United States originally contributed the most of the personnel and the NATC-A Commanding General was also dual-hatted as the 438th Air Expeditionary Wing Commander, NATC-A (and CAPTF) was organized along the US Air Force wing structure. There are three subordinate groups, the 438th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group at Kabul International Airport; the 738th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group at Kandahar International Airfield; and 838th Air Expeditionary Advisory Group at Shindand Air Base. Additionally, there were smaller detachments throughout Afghanistan. These locations mirror the locations of three AAF wings (Kabul Air Wing, Kandahar Air Wing and Shindand Air Wing) and geographically separated AAF units NATC-A trained, advised and equipped.
By law, most commercial wildlife shipments come through 17 'designated ports' - Anchorage, Alaska; Atlanta, Georgia; Baltimore, Maryland; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Honolulu, Hawaii; Houston, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Louisville, Kentucky; Memphis, Tennessee; Miami, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; New York, New York/Newark, New Jersey; Portland, Oregon; San Francisco, California; and Seattle, Washington. The Service operates wildlife inspection offices in these cities. Wildlife inspectors also staff 14 locations along the Mexican and Canadian borders and five additional ports that handle specific types of wildlife traffic.
, Hot Chicken Takeover has three locations in Columbus, Ohio. The first location is in the historic North Market building in downtown Columbus, the second is located in the Clintonville neighborhood and the newest location is at Easton Gateway in Easton Town Center. The company also continues to own a food truck, which has previously been voted "Best Food Truck in Columbus" by the readers of local news blog Columbus Underground in 2015 and 2016.
These locations were: