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Orange County, California

Orange County is a county in the U.S. state of California. Its county seat is Santa Ana. As of the 2010 census, its population was 3,010,232, making it the third most populous county in California, behind Los Angeles County and San Diego County and the second most populous in Greater Los Angeles behind Los Angeles County.

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William III of England

William III & II (Dutch: Willem III; 4 November 1650 – 8 March 1702) was a sovereign Prince of Orange of the House of Orange-Nassau by birth. From 1672 he governed as Stadtholder William III of Orange (Dutch: Willem III van Oranje) over Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, and Overijssel of the Dutch Republic. From 1689 he reigned as William III over England and Ireland. By coincidence, his regnal number (III) was the same for both Orange and England.

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Stellar classification

In astronomy, stellar classification is a classification of stars based on their spectral characteristics. The spectral class of a star is a designated class of a star describing the ionization of its chromosphere, what atomic excitations are most prominent in the light, giving an objective measure of the temperature in this chromosphere.

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Orange (fruit)

An orange—specifically, the sweet orange—is the citrus Citrus × ​sinensis (Citrus sinensis Osbeck) and its fruit. It is the most commonly grown tree fruit in the world. The orange is a hybrid of ancient cultivated origin, possibly between pomelo (Citrus maxima) and mandarin (Citrus reticulata). It is an evergreen flowering tree generally growing to 9–10 m in height (although very old specimens have reached 15 m).

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San Bernardino, California

San Bernardino is a city located in the Riverside-San Bernardino metropolitan area (sometimes called the Inland Empire), and serves as the county seat of San Bernardino County, California, United States. As one of the Inland Empire's anchor cities, located 65 miles east of Los Angeles, San Bernardino spans 81 square miles (210 km) on the floor of the San Bernardino Valley, and has a population of 209,924 as of the 2010 census.

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Main sequence

The main sequence is a continuous and distinctive band of stars that appears on plots of stellar color versus brightness. These color-magnitude plots are known as Hertzsprung–Russell diagrams after their co-developers, Ejnar Hertzsprung and Henry Norris Russell. Stars on this band are known as main-sequence stars or "dwarf" stars. After a star has formed, it creates energy at the hot, dense core region through the nuclear fusion of hydrogen atoms into helium.

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Donald Duck

Donald Fauntleroy Duck is a cartoon character created in 1934 at Walt Disney Productions and the de facto mascot for The Walt Disney Company. Donald is an anthropomorphic white duck with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet. He typically wears a sailor suit with a cap and a black or red bow tie. Donald is most famous for his semi-intelligible speech and his mischievous and irritable personality.

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Orange Order

The Orange Institution (more commonly known as the Orange Order, the Orange Lodge, or the Orangemen) is a Protestant fraternal organisation based mainly in Northern Ireland and Scotland, though it has lodges throughout the Commonwealth and United States. The Institution was founded in 1796 near the village of Loughgall in County Armagh, Ireland. Its name is a tribute to Dutch-born Protestant William of Orange, who defeated the army of Catholic James II at the Battle of the Boyne (1690).

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The Ekstraklasa, or T-Mobile Ekstraklasa for sponsorship reasons, is a Polish professional league for association football clubs. At the top of the Polish football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. It is contested by 16 clubs, operating a system of promotion and relegation with the I Liga. The Ekstraklasa season starts in late July, and ends in May the following year, teams play a total of 30 games each.

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Washington Metro

The Washington Metro, commonly called Metro, and unofficially Metrorail, is the rapid transit system in Washington, D.C. , United States, and its surrounding suburbs. It is administered by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), which also operates Metrobus service under the Metro name. In Maryland, Metro provides service to Montgomery County and Prince George's County; in Virginia, to Fairfax County, Arlington County, and the City of Alexandria.

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Santa Ana, California

Santa Ana /ˌsæntə ˈænə/ is the county seat and second most populous city in Orange County, California, and with a population of 324,528 at the 2010 census, Santa Ana is the 57th-most populous city in the United States. Founded in 1869, Santa Ana is located in Southern California adjacent to the Santa Ana River, 10 miles (16 km) away from the California coast. The city is part of the Los Angeles–Long Beach–Santa Ana metropolitan area which, according to the U.S.

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Orange County, New York

Orange County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. It is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area and is located at the northern reaches of the New York metropolitan area. The county is in the state's scenic Mid-Hudson Region of the Hudson Valley. It was named in honor of William III of Orange, who was greatly esteemed by the English settlers of the region. As of the 2010 census, the population was 372,813.

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Orange Free State

The Orange Free State was an independent Boer republic in southern Africa during the second half of the 19th century, and later a British colony and a province of the Union of South Africa. It is the historical precursor to the present-day Free State province. Extending between the Orange and Vaal rivers, its borders were determined by the United Kingdom in 1848 when the region was proclaimed as the Orange River Sovereignty, with a seat of a British Resident in Bloemfontein.

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Giant star

A giant star is a star with substantially larger radius and luminosity than a main-sequence star of the same surface temperature. Typically, giant stars have radii between 10 and 100 solar radii and luminosities between 10 and 1,000 times that of the Sun. Stars still more luminous than giants are referred to as supergiants and hypergiants. A hot, luminous main-sequence star may also be referred to as a giant.

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Orange, Texas

Orange is a city in Orange County, Texas, United States. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 18,643. It is the county seat of Orange County, and is the easternmost city in Texas. Located on the Sabine River at the border with Louisiana, it is part of the Beaumont–Port Arthur Metropolitan Statistical Area. Founded in 1836, it is a deep-water port.

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The Pieridae are a large family of butterflies with about 76 genera containing approximately 1,100 species, mostly from tropical Africa and Asia. Most pierid butterflies are white, yellow or orange in coloration, often with black spots. The pigments that give the distinct colouring to these butterflies are derived from waste products in the body and are a characteristic of this family.

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Orange Bowl

The Orange Bowl is an annual American college football bowl game played at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. It has been played annually since January 1, 1935 and celebrated its 75th playing on January 1, 2009. The Orange Bowl, along with the Sugar Bowl and the Sun Bowl, are the second-oldest bowl games in the country, behind the Rose Bowl (first played 1902, played annually since 1916). The Orange Bowl is a member of the Bowl Championship Series.

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Free State (South African province)

The Free State (Afrikaans: Vrystaat, Sotho: Foreistata; before 1995, the Orange Free State) is a province of South Africa. Its capital is Bloemfontein, which is also South Africa's judicial capital. Its historical origins lie in the Orange Free State Boer republic and later Orange Free State Province. The current borders of the province date from 1994 when the Bantustans were abolished and included into the provinces of South Africa.

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California State University, Fullerton

California State University, Fullerton (also known as CSUF, CSU Fullerton, Cal State Fullerton) is a public university located in Fullerton, California. During the Fall 2007 semester, Cal State Fullerton enrolled a record-setting 37,130 students, the highest enrollment of the 23 campuses in the California State University system. As of Fall 2008, the University was the third largest in the state of California, just below UCLA and CSULB.

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William the Silent

William I, Prince of Orange (24 April 1533 – 10 July 1584), also widely known as William the Silent (Dutch: Willem de Zwijger), or simply William of Orange (Dutch: Willem van Oranje), was the main leader of the Dutch revolt against the Spanish that set off the Eighty Years' War and resulted in the formal independence of the United Provinces in 1648. He was born in the House of Nassau as Count of Nassau-Dillenburg.

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A Stadtholder. In the Low Countries the stadtholder was a medieval function which during the 18th century developed into a rare type of de facto hereditary head of state of the thus "crowned" Dutch Republic. It is comparable with the French title Lieutenant and England's sixteenth century Lord Lieutenant. Additionally this position was tasked with maintaining peace and provincial order in the early Dutch Republic.

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Greater Los Angeles Area

The Greater Los Angeles Area or the Southland is a term used for the Combined Statistical Area (a group of interacting metropolitan areas) sprawling over five counties in the southern part of California, namely Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Ventura counties. It has been one of the fastest growing regions in the United States for decades, first in Los Angeles County, then in Orange County, and currently in the Inland Empire area.

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Mary II of England

Mary II (30 April 1662 – 28 December 1694) was joint Sovereign of England, Scotland, and Ireland with her husband and first cousin, William III and II, from 1689 until her death. William and Mary, both Protestants, became king and queen regnant, respectively, following the Glorious Revolution, which resulted in the deposition of her Roman Catholic father, James II and VII. William became sole ruler upon her death in 1694.

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Orange (colour)

The colour orange occurs between red and yellow in the visible spectrum at a wavelength of about 585–620 nm, and has a hue of 30° in HSV colour space. It is numerically halfway between red and yellow in a gamma-compressed RGB colour space, the expression of which is the RGB colour wheel. The complementary colour of orange is azure. Orange pigments are largely in the ochre or cadmium families, and absorb mostly blue light. File:Ambersweet oranges. jpg Oranges (fruit)

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House of Orange-Nassau

The House of Orange-Nassau, a branch of the European House of Nassau, has played a central role in the politics and government of the Netherlands — and at times in Europe — especially since William I of Orange (also known as "William the Silent" and "Father of the Fatherland") organized the Dutch revolt against Spanish rule, which after the Eighty Years' War led to an independent Dutch state.

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Back to the Future

Back to the Future is a 1985 American science-fiction adventure film. It is directed by Robert Zemeckis, written by Zemeckis and Bob Gale, produced by Steven Spielberg, and stars Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Crispin Glover and Thomas F. Wilson. The film tells the story of Marty McFly, a teenager who is accidentally sent back in time from 1985 to 1955. He meets his future-parents in high school and accidentally attracts his future mother's romantic interest.

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Orange (telecommunications)

Orange, formerly Orange plc, is a telecommunications corporation of British origin that became a subsidiary of Mannesmann in 1999 and subsequently, in 2000, of the France Telecom group. Orange is the flagship brand of the France Telecom group for mobile, landline and Internet businesses, with 226 million customers as of December 2011 and, under the brand Orange Business Services, is one of the world leaders in providing telecommunication services to multinational companies.

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William II of England

William II (French: Guillaume II d'Angleterre; c.  1056 – 2 August 1100), the third son of William I of England, was King of England from 1087 until 1100, with powers over Normandy, and influence in Scotland. He was less successful in extending control into Wales. William is commonly known as William Rufus, perhaps because of his red-faced appearance.

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Fullerton, California

Fullerton is a city located in northern Orange County, California. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 135,161. It was founded in 1887 by George and Edward Amerige and named for George H. Fullerton, who secured the land on behalf of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. Historically it was a center of agriculture, notably groves of Valencia oranges and other citrus crops; petroleum extraction; transportation; and manufacturing.

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BCS National Championship Game

The BCS National Championship Game, or BCS National Championship, is the final bowl game of the annual Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and is intended by the organizers of the BCS to determine the U.S. national champion of the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly known as NCAA Division I-A).

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Red giant

A red giant is a luminous giant star of low or intermediate mass in a late phase of stellar evolution. The outer atmosphere is inflated and tenuous, making the radius immense and the surface temperature low, somewhere from 5,000 K and lower. The appearance of the red giant is from yellow orange to red, including the spectral types K and M, but also class S stars and most carbon stars.

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Inland Empire (California)

The Inland Empire (locally known as the I.E. ) is a metropolitan area and region of Southern California. The Inland Empire sits directly east of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The term "Inland Empire" is most commonly used in reference to the U.S. Census Bureau's federally defined Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario metropolitan area, which covers more than 27,000 square miles (70,000 km). The metropolitan area consists of Riverside County and San Bernardino County and, according to the U.S.

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Mark Rothko

Mark Rothko, born Marcus Rothkowitz (September 25, 1903 – February 25, 1970), was a Russian-American painter. He is classified as an abstract expressionist, although he himself rejected this label, and even resisted classification as an "abstract painter".

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William I of the Netherlands

William I Frederick, born Willem Frederik Prins van Oranje-Nassau (24 August 1772 – 12 December 1843), was a Prince of Orange and the first King of the Netherlands and Grand Duke of Luxembourg. In Germany, he was ruler of the Principality of Nassau-Orange-Fulda from 1803 until 1806 and of the Principality of Orange-Nassau in the year 1806 and from 1813 till 1815.

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Orange, California

The city of Orange is located in Orange County, California. It is approximately 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) north of the county seat, Santa Ana. Orange is unusual in that many of the homes in its Old Town District were built prior to 1920; whereas many other cities in the region demolished such houses in the 1960s, Orange decided to preserve them. The small affluent city of Villa Park is surrounded by the city of Orange. The population was 136,416 at the 2010 census.

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Petron Blaze Boosters

For the ASEAN Basketball League team that now carries the old name, see San Miguel Beermen (ABL). Petron Blaze Boosters 200pxpx Joined PBA 1975 History Royal Tru-Orange1975-1980San Miguel Beermen1980-19841987-20072008-2011Gold Eagle Beermen1984-1985Magnolia Ice Cream/Quench Plus/Cheese1985-1987Magnolia Beverage Masters2007-2008Petron Blaze Boosters 2011-present Team colors Blue, Red, and White                Owner(s) Ramon S.

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Orange County, Florida

Orange County is a county located in the U.S. state of Florida and is part of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). As of 2010 U.S. Census, the county had a population of 1,145,956. Orange County is led by the Board of County Commissioners, headed by the Mayor of Orange County. Six Commissioners are elected in single member districts. The Mayor is elected countywide.

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A subgiant star is a star that is slightly brighter than a normal main-sequence (dwarf) star of the same spectral class, but not as bright as true giant stars. Although certain subgiants appear to be simply unusually bright metal-rich hydrogen-fusing stars (in the same way subdwarfs are unusually dim metal-poor hydrogen-fusing stars), they are generally believed to be stars that are ceasing or have already ceased fusing hydrogen in their cores.

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Orange Revolution

The Orange Revolution (Ukrainian: Помаранчева революція, Pomarancheva revolyutsiya) was a series of protests and political events that took place in Ukraine from late November 2004 to January 2005, in the immediate aftermath of the run-off vote of the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election which was claimed to be marred by massive corruption, voter intimidation and direct electoral fraud.

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Orange, New Jersey

The City of Orange is a township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township population was 30,134. Orange is often joined with neighboring East Orange, South Orange and West Orange and referred to as part of "the Oranges". Orange was originally incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on November 27, 1806, from portions of Newark Township.

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West Orange, New Jersey

West Orange is a township in central Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township population was 46,207. It is located approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) west of downtown Newark and 13 miles (21 km) west of New York City. The township is set off by two large parks: the South Mountain Reservation along its southwestern borders with Maplewood and Millburn, and the Eagle Rock Reservation along its northeastern borders with Montclair and Verona.

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Orange River

The Orange River, Gariep River, Groote River or Senqu River is the longest river in South Africa. It rises in the Drakensberg mountains in Lesotho, flowing westwards through South Africa to the Atlantic Ocean. The river forms part of the international borders between South Africa and Namibia and between South Africa and Lesotho, as well as several provincial borders within South Africa.

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Arrows Grand Prix International was a British Formula One team active from 1978 to 2002. For a period of time, it was also known as Footwork.

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A Clockwork Orange (film)

A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 film adaptation of Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel of the same name. It was written, directed and produced by Stanley Kubrick. It features disturbing, violent images, facilitating its social commentary on psychiatry, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian, future Britain. Alex, the main character, is a charismatic, sociopathic delinquent whose interests include classical music, rape, and what is termed "ultra-violence".

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William and Mary

The phrase William and Mary usually refers to the coregency over the Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland, of first-cousins King William III & II and Queen Mary II. Their joint reign began in February 1689, when they were offered the throne by the Parliament of England, replacing James II & VII, Mary's father and William's uncle/father-in-law, who was "deemed to have fled" the country in the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

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East Orange, New Jersey

East Orange is a city in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census the city's population 64,270, making it the state's 20th largest municipality, having dropped 5,554 residents (8.0%) from its population of 69,824 in the 2000 Census, when it was the state's 14th most populous municipality.

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Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, also known as the KCAs or Kids Choice Awards, is an annual awards show that airs on the Nickelodeon cable channel, which airs live and is usually held and telecast live (though with a three-hour time delay for those watching in the Pacific Time Zone or on the Nick 2 feed on digital cable that simulcasts the Pacific time zone feed) on a Saturday night in late March or early April, that honors the year's biggest television, movie, and music acts, as voted by Nickelodeon viewers.

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Bell pepper

Bell pepper, also known as sweet pepper or a pepper and capsicum, is a cultivar group of the species Capsicum annuum. Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colors, including red, yellow, orange and green. Bell peppers are sometimes grouped with less pungent pepper varieties as "sweet peppers". Peppers are native to Mexico, Central America and northern South America.

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CAF Champions League

The CAF Champions League is an annual international club football competition run by the Confederation of African Football (CAF). The top club sides from Africa's football leagues are invited to participate in this competition, which is the premier club football competition on the continent and the equivalent to the UEFA Champions League. Due to sponsorship reasons, the official name is Orange CAF Champions League, with Orange Champions League also in use.

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Kawartha Lakes

The city of Kawartha Lakes is a unitary municipality in Central Ontario, Canada. Although called a city, Kawartha Lakes is the size of a typical Ontarian county and is mostly rural. The main population centres are Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Omemee and Woodville.

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Prince of Orange

Prince of Orange is a title of nobility, originally associated with the Principality of Orange, in what is now southern France. In French it is la Principauté d'Orange. The title is carried by members of the House of Orange-Nassau, as heirs to the crown of the Netherlands. Rival claims to the title are made by members of the House of Hohenzollern and the family of Mailly.

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Redlands, California

Redlands is a city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 68,747, up from 63,591 at the 2000 census. The city is located 10 miles (16 km) east of downtown San Bernardino.

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Orange, New South Wales

Orange is a city in the Central West region of New South Wales, Australia. It is 206 kilometres (128 mi) west of the state capital, Sydney, at an altitude of 862 metres (2,828 ft). Orange has an estimated population of 39,329 and the city is a major provincial centre. Key industries include agriculture, mining, health services and education. A significant nearby landmark is Mount Canobolas; at an altitude of 1,395 metres (4,577 ft) it gives commanding views of the district.

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Newburgh (city), New York

Newburgh is a city located in Orange County, New York, United States, 60 miles (97 km) north of New York City, and 90 miles (140 km) south of Albany, on the Hudson River. Newburgh is a principal city of the Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown metropolitan area, which includes all of Dutchess and Orange counties. The Newburgh area was first settled in the early 18th century by the Germans and British.

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Agent Orange

Agent Orange is the common name used for one of the herbicides and defoliants used by the U.S. military as part of its herbicidal warfare program, Operation Ranch Hand, during the Vietnam War from 1961 to 1971. It was given its name from the color of the orange-striped 55 US gallon (208 litre) barrels in which it was shipped, and was the most widely used of the so-called "Rainbow Herbicides". A 50:50 mixture of 2,4,5-T and 2,4-D, it was manufactured for the U.S.

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Middletown, Orange County, New York

Middletown is a city in Orange County, New York, United States. It lies in New York's Hudson Valley region, near the Wallkill River and the foothills of the Shawangunk Mountains. Middletown is situated between Port Jervis and Newburgh, New York. The city's population was 25,388 at the 2000 census and 28,086 as of the 2010 census. The zip code is 10940.

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South Orange, New Jersey

South Orange is a suburban municipality in the New York Metropolitan Area located in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the village's population was 16,198. Seton Hall University is located in South Orange. "The time and circumstances under which the name South Orange originated will probably never be known," wrote historian William H. Shaw in 1884, "and we are obliged to fall back on a tradition, that Mr.

Townships in Essex County, New Jersey The Oranges, New Jersey South Orange, New Jersey Populated places established in 1869 1869 establishments in the United States Former villages in New Jersey
Muscat (grape)

The Muscat variety of grapes of the species Vitis vinifera is widely grown for wine, raisins and table grapes. Their color ranges from white to near black. Muscat almost always has a pronounced sweet floral aroma. Muscat grapes are grown around the world. The breadth and number of varieties of muscat suggest that it is perhaps the oldest domesticated grape variety, and there are theories that most families within the Vitis vinifera grape variety are descended from the Muscat variety.

Fortified wine Portuguese wine White wine grape varieties Dessert wine Wine grapes of Italy Slovenian wine
Order of Orange-Nassau

The Order of Orange-Nassau is a military and civil order of the Netherlands which was created on 4 April 1892 by the Queen regent Emma of the Netherlands, acting on behalf of her under-age daughter Queen Wilhelmina. The Order is a chivalry order open to "everyone who have earned special merits for society". These are people who deserve appreciation and recognition from society for the special way in which they have carried out their activities.

Order of Orange-Nassau Orders of knighthood awarded to heads of state, consorts and sovereign family members Awards established in 1892 Orders of knighthood of the Netherlands
Syracuse Orange football

The Syracuse Orange football program is a college football team that represents Syracuse University. The team is a member of the Big East Conference, which is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I conference that is part of the Football Bowl Subdivision. The University has just accepted an invitation to join the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), however, the time frame for when they will begin playing with the ACC is not yet known. At most it would be 27 months.

Sports clubs established in 1889 Syracuse Orange football
U.S. Route 441 in Florida

U.S. Route 441 (US 441) in Florida is a north–south United States Highway. It runs 459 miles (739 km) from Miami in South Florida northwest to the Georgia border north of the Lake City area.

Roads in Okeechobee County, Florida Roads in Alachua County, Florida Roads in Orlando, Florida Roads in Marion County, Florida Roads in Columbia County, Florida U.S. Route 441 Roads in Palm Beach County, Florida U.S. Highways in Florida Roads in Orange County, Florida Roads in Miami, Florida Roads in Broward County, Florida Roads in Gainesville, Florida Roads in Seminole County, Florida Roads in Miami-Dade County, Florida Roads in Osceola County, Florida Roads in Lake County, Florida Roads in Martin County, Florida
Reservoir Dogs

Reservoir Dogs is a 1992 crime film marking the debut of director and writer Quentin Tarantino. It depicts the events before and after a botched diamond heist, but not the heist itself. Reservoir Dogs stars an ensemble cast: Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Chris Penn, and Lawrence Tierney. Tarantino has a minor role, as does criminal-turned-author Eddie Bunker.

1990s crime films Films set in Los Angeles, California Independent films Directorial debut films 1992 films American films 1990s thriller films Miramax Films films Gangster films Films directed by Quentin Tarantino Screenplays by Quentin Tarantino Nonlinear narrative films Heist films English-language films American crime thriller films

An orangery was a building in the grounds of fashionable residences from the 17th to the 19th centuries and given a classicising architectural form. The orangery was similar to a greenhouse or conservatory. The name reflects the original use of the building as a place where citrus trees were often wintered in tubs under cover, surviving through harsh frosts though not expected to flower and fruit.

Landscape design history Landscape gardens Greenhouses Types of garden Garden features
Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss AG is a German fashion and style house based in Metzingen, Germany. It is named after its founder, Hugo Boss (1885–1948).

Suit makers Clothing brands of Germany Fragrances Companies established in 1924 Companies based in Baden-Württemberg Luxury brands Underwear brands High fashion brands Home front during World War II
A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange is a 1962 dystopian novella by Anthony Burgess. The novel contains an experiment in language: the characters often use an argot called "Nadsat", derived from Russian. In 1998, the Modern Library ranked A Clockwork Orange 65th on its list of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century.

Fiction with unreliable narrators British novels adapted into films Books about mind control Novels by Anthony Burgess Dystopian novels British philosophical novels 1962 novels British science fiction novels Books written in fictional dialects Prometheus Award winning works Novels about rape Ludwig van Beethoven Obscenity controversies A Clockwork Orange British novellas Novels set in England
Miami Orange Bowl

The Orange Bowl, formerly Burdine Stadium, was an outdoor athletic stadium in Miami, Florida, west of downtown in Little Havana. Considered a landmark, it was the home stadium for the Miami Hurricanes college football team. It also hosted the professional Miami Dolphins for their first 21 seasons, until the opening of Sun Life Stadium (then called Joe Robbie Stadium) in nearby Miami Gardens in 1987.

Olympic football venues Buildings and structures demolished in 2008 Soccer venues in Florida Miami Hurricanes football 1996 Summer Olympic venues American Football League venues Miami Hurricanes football venues Baseball venues in Florida Buildings and structures completed in 1936 Sports venues in Miami, Florida Playoff Bowl Defunct college football venues Orange Bowl Defunct National Football League venues Demolished sports venues in the United States CONCACAF Gold Cup stadiums American football venues in Florida Destroyed landmarks Miami Seahawks Miami Dolphins stadiums NCAA bowl game venues
Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange

Frederick Henry, or Frederik Hendrik in Dutch (29 January 1584 – 14 March 1647), was the sovereign Prince of Orange and stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, and Overijssel from 1625 to 1647.

Princes of Orange Dutch people of the Eighty Years' War (United Provinces) 1647 deaths Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft 1584 births Counts of Nassau Lords of Breda House of Orange-Nassau Knights of the Garter Dutch stadtholders People from Delft
Orange Democratic Movement

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) refers to a political party in Kenya, which is the successor of a former grassroots people's movement which was formed in the 2005 Kenyan constitutional referendum. The erstwhile single party which separated in August 2007 into two. The two parties are the Orange Democratic Movement Party of Kenya (usually known simply as ODM), and the Orange Democratic Movement – Kenya (known as ODM–Kenya).

Political Parties established in 2005 Liberal parties Political parties in Kenya
Gold (color)

Gold, also called golden, is one of a variety of orange-yellow color blends used to give the impression of the color of the element gold. The web color gold is sometimes referred to as golden to distinguish it from the color metallic gold. The use of gold as a color term in traditional usage is more often applied to the color "metallic gold" (shown below). The first recorded use of golden as a color name in English was in 1300 to refer to the element gold and in 1423 to refer to blond hair.

Symbols of California
William II of the Netherlands

William II (Willem Frederik George Lodewijk van Oranje-Nassau) (6 December 1792 – 17 March 1849) was King of the Netherlands, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and Duke of Limburg from 7 October 1840 until his death in 1849.

Princes of Orange Recipients of the Order of St. George of the Second Degree 1849 deaths Knights Grand Cross of the Military William Order Dukes of Limburg Dutch military commanders of the Napoleonic Wars Knights Grand Cross of the Royal Guelphic Order Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft Vice-Presidents of the Council of State of the Netherlands Protestant monarchs Dutch princes Grand Masters of the Order of the Netherlands Lion House of Orange-Nassau People of the Belgian Revolution British Field Marshals Grand Dukes of Luxembourg British Army commanders of the Napoleonic Wars Dutch monarchs Grand Masters of the Military William Order Knights of the Golden Fleece Members of the Council of State of the Netherlands 1792 births Honorary Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath Prussian Army personnel of the Napoleonic Wars
The Blues Brothers (film)

The Blues Brothers is a 1980 musical comedy film directed by John Landis and starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd as "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, characters developed from a musical sketch on the NBC variety series Saturday Night Live. It features musical numbers by R&B and soul singers James Brown, Cab Calloway, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, and John Lee Hooker.

Road movies The Blues Brothers albums Films shot in Chicago, Illinois Chase films Buddy films American screwball comedy films 1980s comedy films The Blues Brothers Films set in Chicago, Illinois American action comedy films 1980 films Saturday Night Live films Universal Pictures films Films directed by John Landis American musical comedy films English-language films Films about music and musicians Films shot in Wisconsin
Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange

Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange (Dutch: Maurits van Nassau) (14 November 1567, Dillenburg – 23 April 1625) was sovereign Prince of Orange from 1618, on the death of his eldest half brother, Philip William, Prince of Orange, (1554–1618). Maurice was stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands from earliest 1585 until his death in 1625.

Princes of Orange People from Dillenburg Dutch people of the Eighty Years' War (United Provinces) Dutch military commanders Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft Counts of Nassau Lords of Breda 1625 deaths 1567 births House of Orange-Nassau Knights of the Garter Dutch stadtholders
Orange juice

Orange juice refers to the juice of oranges. It is made by extraction from the fresh fruit, by desiccation and subsequent reconstitution of dried juice, or by concentration of the juice and the subsequent addition of water to the concentrate. In American English, the term OJ may also be used to refer to orange juice.

Cold beverages Florida culture Orange production Symbols of Florida Fruit juice Drink mixers Citrus Breakfast foods
Port Jervis, New York

Port Jervis is a city on the Delaware River in western Orange County, New York, with a population of 8,828 at the 2010 census. The communities of Deerpark, Huguenot, Sparrowbush, and Greenville are adjacent to Port Jervis, and the towns of Montague, New Jersey and Matamoras, Pennsylvania face the city across the respective state borders.

Cities in New York Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown metropolitan area Populated places in Orange County, New York Neversink River Populated places established in 1690 Port Jervis, New York
Source (game engine)

Source is a 3D game engine developed by Valve Corporation. It debuted in June 2004 with Counter-Strike: Source and shortly thereafter Half-Life 2, and has been in active development ever since. Unusually for a game engine, Source has been designed to receive constant incremental updates and does not have a meaningful version numbering scheme.

Source engine games Valve Corporation Video game engines
Web colors

Web colors are colors used in designing web pages, and the methods for describing and specifying those colors. Colors may be specified as an RGB triplet or in hexadecimal format (a hex triplet). They may also be specified according to their common English names in some cases. Often a color tool or other graphics software is used to generate color values. Hexadecimal color codes begin with a hash (#).

Web design Color
Orange Prize for Fiction

The Orange Prize for Fiction (known as the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction from 2007 to 2008) is one of the United Kingdom's most prestigious literary prizes, annually awarded to a female author of any nationality for the best original full-length novel written in English, and published in the United Kingdom in the preceding year. The prize is sponsored by Orange, a telecommunications company.

Fiction awards International literary awards Awards established in 1996 Literary awards honoring women Orange Prize for Fiction
Orange County, North Carolina

Orange County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 133,801. Its county seat is Hillsborough. It is home to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an institution of the University of North Carolina System and the oldest state-supported university in the United States.

North Carolina counties States and territories established in 1752 Orange County, North Carolina
Maplewood, New Jersey

Maplewood is a township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township population was 23,867.

Populated places established in 1861 Townships in Essex County, New Jersey Maplewood, New Jersey Populated places established in 1675
Orange, Vaucluse

Orange is a commune in the Vaucluse department in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region in southeastern France. It has a primarily agricultural economy. It is located about 21 km north of Avignon.

Archaeological sites in France World Heritage Sites in France 35 BC establishments Roman towns and cities in Provence Communes of Vaucluse
Syracuse Orange

The Syracuse Orange is the nickname used by the athletic teams of Syracuse University. The school is a member of NCAA Division I and the Big East Conference. The school's mascot is Otto the Orange. Teams were previously known (until 2004) as the "Orangemen" and "Orangewomen". The men's basketball, football, men's lacrosse, and women's basketball teams play in the Carrier Dome. Other sports facilities are located at the nearby Manley Field House complex.

Syracuse Orange College sports teams in the United States by team
U.S. Route 460 in Virginia

U.S. Route 460 in Virginia runs east–west through the southern part of the Commonwealth. The road has two separate pieces in Virginia, joined by a relatively short section in West Virginia. Most of US 460 is a four-lane divided highway. US 460 from Interstate 81 at Christiansburg west to Pikeville, Kentucky, including the piece in West Virginia, is Corridor Q of the Appalachian Development Highway System. From West Virginia east to I-81, US 460 also is part of the proposed Interstate 73.

Transportation in Norfolk, Virginia Expressways in the United States U.S. Highways in Virginia
William III of the Netherlands

William III (19 February 1817 – 23 November 1890) was from 1849 King of the Netherlands and Grand Duke of Luxembourg until his death and the Duke of Limburg until the abolition of the Duchy in 1866.

Princes of Orange Recipients of the Order of the Black Eagle 1890 deaths Dukes of Limburg Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft 1817 births Protestant monarchs Dutch princes Grand Masters of the Order of the Netherlands Lion Grand Masters of the Order of the Gold Lion of the House of Nassau House of Orange-Nassau Knights of the Order of the Most Holy Annunciation Grand Dukes of Luxembourg Dutch monarchs Grand Masters of the Military William Order Knights of the Garter Knights of the Golden Fleece
Citrus Bowl

The Florida Citrus Bowl (formerly Orlando Stadium, Tangerine Bowl and Citrus Bowl) is a stadium in Orlando, Florida, USA, built for football, which currently seats around 70,000 people. Its main events are the Capital One Bowl, the Champs Sports Bowl and Monster Jam. It also hosts the annual Florida Classic between Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman and the MEAC/SWAC Challenge. It was also the former home of the Florida Tuskers, of the 2009 UFL.

Olympic football venues Professional wrestling venues College football venues 1994 FIFA World Cup stadiums 1996 Summer Olympic venues United Football League (2009) venues XFL venues Sports venues in Orlando, Florida Florida Tuskers stadiums United States Football League venues World Football League venues American football venues in Florida UCF Knights football NCAA bowl game venues
Monarchy of the Netherlands

The Netherlands has been an independent monarchy since 16 March 1815, and has been governed by members of the House of Orange-Nassau since.

History of the Netherlands Dutch monarchy
Orange Line (MBTA)

The Orange Line is one of the four subway lines of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. It extends from Forest Hills in Jamaica Plain, Boston in the south to Oak Grove in Malden, Massachusetts in the north. It meets the Red Line at Downtown Crossing, the Blue Line at State, and the Green Line at Haymarket and North Station. It connects with Amtrak and Commuter Rail service at Back Bay and North Station, and just the commuter rail at Ruggles station in Roxbury and at Forest Hills.

Orange Line (MBTA) MBTA Rapid Transit Railway lines opened in 1901 Old Colony Railroad lines Standard gauge railways in the United States 1901 establishments in the United States Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Consolidated Edison

Consolidated Edison, Inc. , colloquially referred to as Con Edison or Con Ed, is one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the United States, with approximately $13 billion in annual revenues and $40 billion in assets. The company provides a wide range of energy-related products and services to its customers through its subsidiaries: Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

Power companies of the United States Companies established in 1823 Thomas Edison Companies based in New York City
Flag of Ireland

The national flag of Ireland (Irish: bratach na hÉireann) is a vertical tricolour of green, white, and orange. It is also known as the Irish tricolour. The flag proportion is 1:2 (length twice the width). The Irish government has described the meaning behind each colour with green representing the Gaelic tradition of Ireland, orange representing the followers of William of Orange in Ireland, and white representing peace, or a truce, between them.

Flags of the Republic of Ireland National flags National symbols of the Republic of Ireland

Vermilion is an opaque orangish red pigment, similar to scarlet, but more orange and less red. The first recorded use of vermilion as a color name in English was in 1289. As a naturally occurring mineral pigment, it is known as cinnabar, and has been in use around the world for many thousand years. The first recorded use of cinnabar as a color name (the color name "cinnabar" is a synonym for vermilion) in English was in 1382.

Inorganic pigments Alchemical substances Sulfides Mercury compounds
Syracuse Orange men's basketball

The Syracuse Orange men's basketball program is an intercollegiate men's basketball team representing Syracuse University. The program is classified in the NCAA's Division I, and the team competes in the Big East Conference. Since playing its first official season in 1900-1901, the Orange has established a strong reputation as the fifth winningest men's Division I basketball team of all-time, and currently holds an active NCAA-record 42 consecutive winning seasons.

Sports clubs established in 1900 Syracuse Orange men's basketball
Orange County, Virginia

Orange County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of 2010, the population was 33,420. Its county seat is Orange.

1734 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies Virginia counties Orange County, Virginia Populated places established in 1734
Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange

Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange (Willem-Alexander Claus George Ferdinand, Prince of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau, Jonkheer of Amsberg; born 27 April 1967) is the heir apparent to the throne of the Kingdom of the Netherlands since 1980. He is the eldest child of Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus, and he is the head of the House of Amsberg since the death of his father in 2002. He was in military service and he studied history at Leiden University.

Grand Crosses of the Order of the Southern Cross Knights of the Order of the Gold Lion of the House of Nassau Dutch people of Russian descent Princes of Orange Knights Grand Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic Recipients of the Order of the Seraphim Grand Crosses of the Order of Adolphe of Nassau Grand Crosses of the Order of the House of Orange People from Wassenaar Living people Grand Crosses of the Order of Merit (Chile) Leiden University alumni Knights Grand Cross of the Order of Chula Chom Klao Knights Grand Cross of the Order of St. Olav Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the Netherlands Lion Dutch people of German descent Dutch royalty Grand Crosses of the Order of the Crown (Belgium) International Olympic Committee members Grand Crosses of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany 1967 births Dutch princes Grand Croix of the Ordre national du Mérite Knights of the Elephant Current heirs apparent Bands of the Order of the Aztec Eagle House of Orange-Nassau Grand Cordons of the Order of the Chrysanthemum People educated at Atlantic College Grand Crosses of the Order of the Oak Crown House of Amsberg Recipients of the Order of the Liberator Members of the Council of State of the Netherlands Dutch Reformed Christians from the Netherlands
Orange County Blue Star

Orange County Blue Star is an American soccer team based in Irvine, California, United States. Founded in 1997, the team plays in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference. The team plays its home games at Eagle Stadium on the campus of Concordia University, where they have played since 2007. The team's colors are white and black.

Teams in the Premier Development League Sports in Orange County, California California soccer teams Soccer clubs in the United States Soccer clubs in the Greater Los Angeles Area Association football clubs established in 1997
William V, Prince of Orange

William V, Prince of Orange-Nassau (Willem Batavus; 8 March 1748 – 9 April 1806) was the last Stadtholder of the Dutch Republic, and between 1795 and 1806 he led the Government of the Dutch Republic in Exile in London. He was succeeded by his son William I.

Princes of Orange People of the Patriottentijd Modern child rulers People from The Hague Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft Lords of Breda 1806 deaths House of Orange-Nassau Knights of the Garter Dutch stadtholders 1748 births
Westminster, California

Westminster is a city in Orange County, California. It was founded in 1870 by Rev. Lemuel Webber as a Presbyterian temperance colony. Its name is taken from the Westminster Assembly of 1643, which laid out the basic tenets of the Presbyterian faith. For several years of its early history, its farmers refused to grow grapes because they associated grapes with alcohol. Westminster was incorporated in 1957, at which time it had 10,755 residents.

Incorporated cities and towns in California Populated places established in 1957 Populated places in the United States with Asian plurality populations Cities in Orange County, California

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Citrus Citrus hybrids
Glasgow Subway

The Glasgow Subway is an underground metro line in Glasgow, Scotland. Opened on 14 December 1896, it is the third-oldest underground metro system in the world after the London Underground and the Budapest Metro. Formerly a cable railway, the Subway was later electrified, but its twin circular lines were never expanded. The line was originally known as the Glasgow District Subway, but was later renamed Glasgow Subway Railway.

4ft gauge railways Rail transport in Scotland Railway loop lines Railway lines opened in 1896 Glasgow Subway Narrow gauge railways in Scotland Railway lines in Scotland Underground rapid transit in Scotland Electric railways in the United Kingdom Public transport in Scotland
Superior Courts of California

The Superior Courts of California are the superior courts in the U.S. state of California with general jurisdiction to hear and decide any civil or criminal action which is not specially designated to be heard in some other court or before a governmental agency. As mandated by the California Constitution, each of the 58 counties in California has a superior court.

California state courts
Washington Street (Boston)

Washington Street is a street originating in downtown Boston, Massachusetts that extends southwestward to the Massachusetts-Rhode Island state line. The majority of it was built as the Norfolk and Bristol Turnpike in the early nineteenth century. It is the longest street in Boston, and it remains one of the longest streets in the state of Massachusetts.

Streets in Boston, Massachusetts Pre-freeway turnpikes in the United States U.S. Route 1

Doritos is a brand of seasoned tortilla chips founded by Arch West and produced since 1964 by the North American food company Frito-Lay (a division of PepsiCo, Inc.).

1966 introductions Frito-Lay brands Brand name snack foods
Orange Sky Golden Harvest

Orange Sky Golden Harvest (OSGH) SEHK: 1132 is a film production, distribution, and exhibition company based in Hong Kong. It played a major role in becoming the first Chinese film company to successfully enter the western market for an extended period of time, especially with the films of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. At the same time, it dominated HK box office sales from the 1970s to 1980s.

Companies established in 1970 Cinema chains in Hong Kong Film production companies of Hong Kong Companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Film distributors
Mandarin orange

The Mandarin orange, also known as the mandarin or mandarine (both lower-case), is a small citrus tree (Citrus reticulata) with fruit resembling other oranges. Mandarin oranges are usually eaten plain or in fruit salads. Specifically reddish-orange mandarin cultivars can be marketed as tangerines, but this is not a botanical classification. The tree is more drought-tolerant than the fruit. The mandarin is tender, and is damaged easily by cold. It can be grown in tropical and subtropical areas.

Citrus Fruits originating in Asia
Watchung Mountains

The Watchung Mountains (once called the Blue Hills) are a group of three long low ridges of volcanic origin, between 400 ft. (122 m) and 500 ft. (152 m) high, lying parallel to each other in northern New Jersey in the United States.

Watchung Mountains Triassic volcanism Geography of Passaic County, New Jersey Jurassic volcanism Volcanism of New Jersey Place names of Native American origin in New Jersey Geography of Bergen County, New Jersey Geography of Somerset County, New Jersey Geography of Essex County, New Jersey
Free State cricket team

The Free State cricket team (formerly Orange Free State cricket team) is the first-class cricket team representing the province of Free State (known as Orange Free State until 1995) in South Africa. For the purposes of the SuperSport Series, Free State has merged with Griqualand West to form the Eagles cricket team franchise.

South African first-class cricket teams Sport in the Free State (South African province)
Free State Cheetahs

The Free State Cheetahs (formerly the Orange Free State), currently named the Toyota Free State Cheetahs, for sponsorship reasons, are a South African rugby union team that participates in the annual Currie Cup tournament. They are governed by the Free State Rugby Union and are based at the 37,076-capacity Vodacom Park in Bloemfontein. The Cheetahs won the Currie Cup 4 times, three times consecutively from 2005-2007.

Sports clubs established in 1895 Sport in the Free State (South African province) South African rugby union teams Bloemfontein
Lantana camara

Lantana camara, also known as Spanish Flag or West Indian Lantana, is a species of flowering plant in the verbena family, Verbenaceae, that is native to the American tropics. It has been introduced into other parts of the world as an ornamental plant and is considered an invasive species in many tropical and sub-tropical areas. L.

Flora of Venezuela Flowers Invasive plant species in Hawaii Invasive plant species in New Zealand Flora of Cuba Invasive plant species in Australia Flora of Central America Flora of Haiti Flora of Jamaica Plants described in 1753 Garden plants of Central America Flora of Hispaniola Invasive plant species in Florida Flora of Colombia Invasive plant species in the United States Flora of Puerto Rico Flora of the Dominican Republic Flora of Mexico Garden plants of North America Flora of the Bahamas Invasive plant species Invasive plant species in South Africa Lantana Flora of the U.S. Rio Grande Valleys Drought-tolerant plants

Zoolander is a 2001 American satirical comedy film directed by and starring Ben Stiller. The film contains elements from a pair of short films directed by Russell Bates and written by Drake Sather and Stiller for the VH1 Fashion Awards television specials in 1996 and 1997. The short films and the movie feature a dimwitted male model named Derek Zoolander (a play on the name of Dutch model Mark Vanderloo), played by Stiller.

Films directed by Ben Stiller Films set in New York City Films shot in California Village Roadshow Pictures films American comedy films American films Fashion films Paramount Pictures films 2001 films Films shot in New York City 2000s comedy films English-language films Films shot in New Jersey
Military William Order

The Military William Order, or often named Military Order of William, is the oldest and highest honour of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Order's motto is Voor Moed, Beleid en Trouw. The chivalric order was established on 30 April 1815 by King William I and was presented for feats of excellent bravery on the battlefield and as a meritorious decoration to senior military officers.

Awards established in 1815 Military William Order Orders of knighthood of the Netherlands

Fanta (pronounced) is a global brand of fruit-flavored carbonated soft drinks from the Coca-Cola Company. There are over 100 flavors worldwide. The drink debuted in Germany in 1941 and originally sold only in Europe.

Cream sodas Root beer Citrus sodas Strawberry sodas Lemon-lime sodas Grape sodas Orange sodas Pineapple sodas Coca-Cola brands Inventions of the Third Reich Diet sodas 1941 introductions
Orange Line (Washington Metro)

The Orange Line of the Washington Metro consists of 26 rapid transit stations from Vienna to New Carrollton. It has stations in Fairfax County and Arlington, Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Prince George's County, Maryland. Half of the line's stations are shared with the Blue Line, and over two thirds will be shared with the Silver Line. Orange Line service began on November 20, 1978.

Orange Line (Washington Metro) Railway lines opened in 1978

Ludwig-Musser is a drum and percussion instrument manufacturer that is part of the Conn-Selmer division of Steinway Musical Instruments. The first product made by the Ludwig brothers, William and Theobaldner (who founded the original company), was a bass drum pedal capable of playing faster beats than was typical of products of the time. It was produced in a rented barn on the south side of Chicago.

Percussion instrument manufacturing companies Musical instrument manufacturing companies Companies established in 1909 Companies based in Indiana
Royal Sussex Regiment

The Royal Sussex Regiment was an infantry regiment of the British Army from 1881 to 1966. The regiment was formed as part of the Childers reforms by the amalgamation of the 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot and the 107th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Light Infantry). Its lineage is continued today by the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment.

Military units and formations disestablished in 1966 Infantry regiments of the British Army Military history of Sussex Military units and formations established in 1881 Regiments of the British Army in World War I 1881 establishments in the United Kingdom Regiments of the British Army in World War II
Tabby cat

A tabby is any cat that has a distinctive coat that features stripes, dots, lines or swirling patterns, usually together with a mark resembling an "M" on its forehead. Tabbies are sometimes erroneously assumed to be a cat breed. In fact, the tabby pattern is found in many breeds of cat, as well as among the general mixed-breed population.

Cat types
The Orange County Register

The Orange County Register is a daily newspaper published in Santa Ana, California. The Register is the flagship publication of Freedom Communications, Inc. , which publishes 28 daily newspapers, 23 weekly newspapers, Coast magazine, and several related Internet sites. The Register is notable for its generally libertarian-leaning editorial page.

Pulitzer Prize winning newspapers Newspapers published in California Freedom Communications Companies based in Santa Ana, California Publications established in 1905 Libertarian publications Newspapers published in the Greater Los Angeles Area Media in Orange County, California
William II, Prince of Orange

William II, Prince of Orange (27 May 1626 – 6 November 1650) was sovereign Prince of Orange and stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands from 14 March 1647 until his death three years later.

1650 deaths Princes of Orange Deaths from smallpox 1626 births Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft Infectious disease deaths in the Netherlands Counts of Nassau Lords of Breda House of Orange-Nassau Knights of the Garter Dutch stadtholders
Sisters of St. Joseph

The title Sisters of St. Joseph applies to several Roman Catholic religious congregations of women. The largest and oldest of these was founded in Le Puy-en-Velay, France. This Congregation has approximately 14,000 members worldwide: about 7,000 in the United States; 2,000 in France; and are active in fifty other countries. The Congregation was founded in Le Puy by the Jesuit Jean Paul Médaille on October 15, 1650.

1650 establishments in France Saint Joseph (husband of Mary) Augustinian orders Roman Catholic female orders and societies Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph Women's congregations following Ignatian spirituality Religious organizations established in the 1650s Roman Catholic religious institutes established in the 17th century
Orange Juice (band)

Orange Juice was a Scottish post-punk band founded in the middle class Glasgow suburb of Bearsden as the Nu-Sonics in 1976. Edwyn Collins formed the Nu-Sonics (named after a cheap brand of guitar) with his school-mate Alan Duncan and was subsequently joined by James Kirk and Steven Daly, who left a band called The Machetes. The band became Orange Juice in 1979.

Scottish rock music groups British New Wave musical groups British post-punk music groups
Tulsa Golden Hurricane football

The University of Tulsa's Golden Hurricane football team represents Tulsa in Conference USA. Tulsa is currently coached by first-year head coach Bill Blankenship. The football team was coached by Todd Graham until he accepted the head coaching job at Pittsburgh.. Graham replaced Steve Kragthorpe, who led the team to three bowl games in four seasons before accepting the head coaching job at the University of Louisville after the 2006-7 season.

Sports clubs established in 1895 Tulsa Golden Hurricane football
Orange (UK)

Orange is a mobile network operator and internet service provider in the United Kingdom, which launched in 1993. It was once a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index but was purchased by France Télécom in 2000, which then adopted the Orange brand for all its other mobile communications activities. Orange UK has since merged with Deutsche Telekom's T Mobile UK to form a joint venture, Everything Everywhere. Orange UK has over 17 million customers through its mobile and broadband services.

Companies formerly listed on the London Stock Exchange Companies established in 1993 Telecommunications companies of the United Kingdom Companies based in Bristol Orange (telecommunications)
California State Route 57

State Route 57 (SR 57), also known as the Orange Freeway, is a north–south state highway in the Greater Los Angeles Area of the U.S. state of California. It connects the interchange of Interstate 5 (I-5) and SR 22 near downtown Orange, locally known as the Orange Crush, with the Glendora Curve interchange with I-210 and SR 210 in Glendora. The highway provides a route across several spurs of the Peninsular Ranges, linking the Los Angeles Basin with the Pomona Valley and San Gabriel Valley.

Roads in Los Angeles County, California Roads in Orange County, California State highways in California Southern California freeways
Bitter orange

For the fruit known as "Chinese Bitter Orange," see Trifoliate orange. colspan=2 style="text-align: center; background-color: transparent; text-align:center; border: 1px solid red;" | Citrus aurantium File:Citrus aurantium.

Medicinal plants Oranges Plants described in 1753 Herbal and fungal stimulants Dietary supplements Citrus

Limonene is a colourless liquid hydrocarbon classified as a cyclic terpene. The more common D isomer possesses a strong smell of oranges. It is used in chemical synthesis as a precursor to carvone and as a renewably-based solvent in cleaning products. Limonene takes its name from the lemon, as the rind of the lemon, like other citrus fruits, contains considerable amounts of this compound, which contributes to their odor.

Flavors Monoterpenes IARC Group 3 carcinogens Insecticides Histotechnology Hydrocarbon solvents
Hutchison 3G

3 is a brand name under which several UMTS-based mobile phone networks and Broadband Internet Providers are operated in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Macau, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The company was founded in 2002. Hutchison Whampoa owns direct majority interests in the companies that operate the networks that are branded 3, except 3 Hong Kong and 3 Indonesia.

Mobile phone companies of Austria Mobile phone companies of Italy Hutchison Whampoa Article Feedback 5 Mobile phone companies of Sweden Companies established in 2002 Multinational companies headquartered in Hong Kong Mobile phone companies of Hong Kong
Fort Orange (New Netherland)

Fort Orange was the first permanent Dutch settlement in New Netherland and was on the site of the present-day city of Albany, New York. It was a replacement for Fort Nassau, which had been built on nearby Castle Island in the Hudson River, and which served as a trading post until 1617 or 1618, when it was abandoned due to frequent flooding. Both forts were named in honor of the Dutch House of Orange-Nassau.

National Historic Landmarks in New York Archaeological sites in New York 1624 establishments Colonial forts in New York Forts of New Netherland Albany, New York
K-type main-sequence star

A K-type main-sequence star (K V), also referred to as an orange dwarf or K dwarf, is a main-sequence star of spectral type K and luminosity class V. These stars are intermediate in size between red M-type main-sequence stars and yellow G-type main-sequence stars. They have masses of from 0.6 to 0.9 times the mass of the Sun and surface temperatures between 3,900 and 5,200 K. Better known examples include Alpha Centauri B (K1 V) and Epsilon Indi.

Star types K-type main sequence stars
Orange Park, Florida

Orange Park is a town in Clay County, Florida, USA, and a suburb of Jacksonville. The population was 8,412 at the 2010 census. The name "Orange Park" is additionally applied to a wider area of northern Clay County outside the town limits, covering such communities as Fleming Island, Lakeside, and Bellair-Meadowbrook Terrace, making it one of Jacksonville's most populous suburbs.

Populated places established in 1877 Greater Jacksonville Towns in Clay County, Florida

Ankylosaurus (and which means "fused lizard") is a genus of ankylosaurid dinosaur, containing one species, A. magniventris. Fossils of Ankylosaurus are found in geologic formations dating to the very end of the Cretaceous Period (about 66.5–65.5 Ma ago) in western North America. Although a complete skeleton has not been discovered and several other dinosaurs are represented by more extensive fossil material, Ankylosaurus is often considered the archetypal armored dinosaur.

Ankylosaurs Cretaceous dinosaurs Dinosaurs of North America
Neon lighting

Neon lighting is created by brightly glowing, electrified glass tubes or bulbs that contain rarefied neon or other gases. Georges Claude, a French engineer and inventor, presented neon tube lighting in essentially its modern form at the Paris Motor Show from December 3–18, 1910. Claude, sometimes called "the Edison of France", had a near monopoly on the new technology, which became very popular for signage and displays in the period 1920-1940.

Neon artists Neon lighting
Orange Line (Los Angeles Metro)

The Orange Line is one of two lines on the Metro Liner bus rapid transit network in Los Angeles County, California. This line and the Metro Silver Line are the current lines in the Metro Liner bus rapid transit network currently. It operates between Warner Center in the Woodland Hills and the North Hollywood Metro Station in the San Fernando Valley where it connects with the Metro Red Line on the Metro Rail system for Downtown Los Angeles.

Transportation in the San Fernando Valley Public transportation in Los Angeles, California Public transportation in the San Fernando Valley Area Los Angeles County Metro Transitway Bus rapid transit in California Orange Line (Los Angeles County Metro Liner)
Dunlop Orange Bowl

The Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships, known since 2008 as the Dunlop Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships with Dunlop as the title sponsor, is a prestigious junior tennis tournament, one of only five that are rated by the ITF as 'Grade A'. Established in 1947 in Miami Beach, the tournament has for years featured both boys and girls singles and doubles draws at both '18 and under' (under-19) and '16 and under' (under-17) age categories.

Tennis in Florida Recurring sporting events established in 1947 Junior tennis Tennis tournaments in the United States
William IV, Prince of Orange

William IV, Prince of Orange-Nassau (1 September 1711 – 22 October 1751), born Willem Karel Hendrik Friso, was the first hereditary stadtholder of the Netherlands.

1751 deaths Princes of Orange People of the Patriottentijd Modern child rulers Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft Counts of Nassau Lords of Breda Royal Fellows of the Royal Society People from Leeuwarden House of Orange-Nassau Knights of the Garter Dutch stadtholders 1711 births Fellows of the Royal Society
Orange River Colony

The Orange River Colony was the British colony created after this nation first occupied (1900) and then annexed (1902) the independent Orange Free State in the Second Boer War. The colony ceased to exist in 1910, when it was absorbed into the Union of South Africa as Orange Free State Province.

20th century in South Africa Former colonies in Africa States and territories established in 1902 States and territories disestablished in 1910 Afrikaner people
Habanero chili

The habanero chili is one of the more intensely piquant species of chili peppers of the Capsicum genus. When used in English, it is sometimes spelled (and pronounced) habañero—the diacritical mark being added as a hyperforeignism. Unripe habaneros are green, and they color as they mature. Common colors are orange and red, but white, brown, and pink are also seen. Typically a ripe habanero is 2–6 centimetres (0.8–2.4 in) long.

Chili peppers Capsicum cultivars
The Twelfth

The Twelfth (also called Orangemen's Day or, in Belfast, Orangefest) is a yearly Protestant celebration held on 12 July. It originated in Ireland during the 18th century. It celebrates the Glorious Revolution (1688) and victory of Protestant king William of Orange over Catholic King James II at the Battle of the Boyne (1690). It is sometimes called the Glorious Twelfth, but that term is more commonly used to refer to 12 August.

Festivals in Northern Ireland Orange Order Protestantism July observances Summer traditions Parades
Orange County Transportation Authority

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is the public sector transportation planning body and mass transit service provider for Orange County, California. Its ancestor agencies include not only the prior Orange County Transit District but also such diverse entities as the Pacific Electric Railway and the South Coast Transit Corporation.

Bus transportation in California Transit authorities with natural gas buses Public transportation in Orange County, California Transportation in Orange, California Passenger rail transportation in California Transportation in Orange County, California Transit authorities with hybrid buses 1991 establishments Expressway authorities Transportation in Long Beach, California
Orange, Virginia

Orange is a town in Orange County, Virginia, United States. The population was 4,721 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Orange County. Orange is northeast of Charlottesville, and near Montpelier.

County seats in Virginia Populated places in Orange County, Virginia Towns in Virginia
Maurice of Nassau

Orange Coast College

Orange Coast College (OCC) is a community college in Orange County, California. It was founded in 1947, with its first classes opening in the fall of 1948. It provides two-year associate of art and science degrees, certificates of achievement, and lower-division classes transferable to other colleges and universities. The school enrolls 24,424 undergraduate students. In terms of population size, Orange Coast College is the third largest college in Orange County.

Universities and colleges in Orange County, California Educational institutions established in 1947 Schools accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges California Community Colleges System Costa Mesa, California
Zest (ingredient)

Zest is a food ingredient that is prepared by scraping or cutting from the outer, colorful skin of citrus fruits such as lemon, orange, citron, and lime. Zest is used to add flavor ("zest") to foods. In terms of fruit anatomy, zest is obtained from the flavedo. The flavedo and white pith of a citrus fruit together makes up its peel. The amounts of both flavedo and pith are variable among citrus fruits, and may be adjusted by the manner in which they are prepared.

Citrus Food ingredients
Syracuse Orange men's lacrosse

The Syracuse Orange men's lacrosse team represents Syracuse University in NCAA Division I men's college lacrosse. The Orange have won 10 NCAA championship titles, and currently competes as a member of the Big East Conference men's lacrosse conference. Syracuse plays its home games at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, New York.

Syracuse Orange Big East Conference men's lacrosse College lacrosse teams in the United States New York lacrosse teams
Orange, Connecticut

Orange is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 13,233 at the 2000 census. A 2007 Census Bureau estimate puts the population at 13,813. The town is governed by a Board of Selectmen.

Orange, Connecticut Towns in New Haven County, Connecticut
Orange Line (Chicago Transit Authority)

The Orange Line, is a rapid transit line in Chicago, Illinois run by the Chicago Transit Authority as part of the 'L' system. It is approximately 12.5 miles (20.1 km) long, and runs below grade and elevated on existing railroad embankments and new concrete and steel structures from Chicago Midway International Airport, the Southwest Side and downtown Chicago. In 2011, the average weekday boardings on the Orange Line was 53,236.

Airport rail links in the United States Chicago Transit Authority Railway lines in Chicago, Illinois
Luornu Durgo

Triplicate Girl (Luornu Durgo) is a fictional character, a superhero in the 30th and 31st centuries of the DC Comics Universe and a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes. She has also used the aliases Duo Damsel, Triad, Una and Duplicate Damsel and was ranked 33rd in Comics Buyer's Guide's 100 Sexiest Women in Comics list.

Extraterrestrial superheroes DC Comics superheroes DC Comics aliens Characters created by Jim Mooney Fictional characters who can duplicate themselves Characters created by Jerry Siegel Fictional characters with multiple personalities Comics characters introduced in 1961
International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival

The Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (Turkish: Antalya Altın Portakal Film Festivali) is a film festival, held annually since 1963 in Antalya, is the most important national film festival in Turkey.

Golden Orange Award Festivals in Antalya Recurring events established in 1963 Film festivals in Turkey Awards established in 1963 Annual events in Turkey
Orange County, Vermont

Orange County is a county located in the U.S. state of Vermont. As of 2010, the population was 28,936. Its shire town is Chelsea. Orange County was organized on 2 Feb 1781 as an original county within the state. Orange County is part of the Lebanon, NH–VT Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Vermont counties 1781 establishments in the United States Orange County, Vermont Lebanon micropolitan area Populated places established in 1781
Citrus unshiu

Citrus unshiu is a seedless and easy-peeling citrus species, also known as cold hardy mandarin, satsuma mandarin, satsuma orange, Christmas orange, and tangerine. It is probably of Japanese origin and introduced elsewhere. In Japan, it is known as mikan or formally unshu mikan. In China, it is known as Wenzhou migan. The Japanese name is a result of the local reading of the same characters used in the Chinese.

Japanese fruit Citrus Fruits originating in Asia Medicinal plants
Line 2 Orange (Montreal Metro)

The Orange (Line 2) line is the longest, most congested, and first-planned of the four lines of the Montreal Metro, in Montreal, Canada. It formed part of the initial network, and was extended between 1980 and 1986. On April 28, 2007, three new stations in Laval opened; this is the second line to leave Montreal Island. Following the extension of the line into Laval, Gilles Vaillancourt, the mayor of Laval, has suggested that a further six stations be added to the line.

Transportation in Laval, Quebec Montreal Metro Orange Line
John Wayne Airport

John Wayne Airport is an airport in an unincorporated area in Orange County, California, with its mailing address in the city of Santa Ana, which is also the county seat, hence the International Air Transport Association (IATA) airport code. The main entrance to the airport is off of MacArthur Blvd in Irvine, the city that abuts the airport from the north and east.

Transportation in Santa Ana, California Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces in California Airports in the Greater Los Angeles Area Buildings and structures in Santa Ana, California Airports in Orange County, California Geography of Santa Ana, California
Peel (fruit)

Peel, also known as rind or skin, is the outer protective layer of a fruit or vegetable which could be peeled off. The rind is usually the botanical exocarp, but the term exocarp does also include the hard cases of nuts, which are not named peels since they are not peeled off by hand or peeler, but rather shells because of their hardness. A fruit with a thick peel, such as a citrus fruit, is called a hesperidium.

Orange County Register

Maclura pomifera

Maclura pomifera, commonly called Osage-orange, hedge-apple, Horse-apple, Bois D'Arc, Bodark, or Bodock is a small deciduous tree or large shrub, typically growing to 8–15 metres (26–49 ft) tall. It is dioecious, with male and female flowers on different plants. The fruit, a multiple fruit, is roughly spherical, but bumpy, and 7–15 cm in diameter. It is filled with a sticky white latex sap. In fall, its color turns a bright yellow-green.

Maclura Trees of the United States Trees of Michigan Trees of Texas
Orange/Newark Tornadoes

The Orange Tornadoes and Newark Tornadoes were two manifestations of a long-lived professional American football franchise that existed in some form from 1887 to 1971, having played in the National Football League from 1929 to 1930, the American Association from 1936 to 1941, the Atlantic Coast Football League from 1963 to 1964 and 1970 to 1971, and the Continental Football League from 1965 to 1969.

Continental Football League Sports in Newark, New Jersey Defunct National Football League teams Sports clubs disestablished in 1969 World Series of Football (1902–1903) Orange/Newark Tornadoes Sports clubs established in 1929 Orange, New Jersey
Princess Máxima of the Netherlands

University of the Free State

The University of the Free State is a multi campus public university in Bloemfontein, the capital of the Free State and the judicial capital of South Africa.

Association of Commonwealth Universities Universities in the Free State (South African province) University of the Free State Public universities in South Africa Educational institutions established in 1904
Wallkill, Orange County, New York

Wallkill is a town in Orange County, New York, United States. The population was 27,426 at the 2010 census. The Town of Wallkill is centrally located in the county. Interstate 84 crosses New York State Route 17 in the southern part of the town. U.S. Route 6 and New York State Routes 17K, 211 and 302 also cross portions of the town.

Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown metropolitan area Populated places in Orange County, New York Populated places established in 1772 Towns in New York Wallkill River
Warwick, New York

Warwick is a town in Orange County, New York, United States. The population was 32,065 at the 2010 census. The Town of Warwick is located in the southwest part of the county. The town contains a village also named Warwick as well as other villages. Warwick is the home of the annual Applefest.

Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown metropolitan area Populated places in Orange County, New York Towns in New York Warwick, New York Place names of Warwickshire origin in the United States Wallkill River
Lords of Acid

Lords of Acid is a Belgian-American post-industrial/techno band, led by musician Praga Khan. They debuted with the controversial new beat single "I Sit on Acid" in 1988. Created by Jade 4U, Praga Khan and Olivier Adams; their debut album, 1991's Lust (along with additional singles "Rough Sex" and "I Must Increase My Bust"), were critically acclaimed within the electronic music and dance music communities for their outrageously sexual lyrics and sound samples.

Hardcore techno music groups Belgian house music groups Belgian industrial music groups Acid house groups Techno music groups Belgian techno music groups
Orange Tree Theatre

“ A pocket-sized National Theatre. ”   — Michael Billington, drama critic of The Guardian The Orange Tree Theatre is a 172-seat theatre at 1 Clarence Street, Richmond in south west London, built specifically as a theatre in the round. Exclusively presenting its own productions (and occasional co-productions with the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough), it specialises in staging new plays and neglected classics.

Theatres in Richmond upon Thames
Red supergiant

Red supergiants (RSGs) are supergiant stars of spectral type K or M. They are the largest stars in the universe in terms of volume, although they are not the most massive. Betelgeuse and Antares are the best known examples of a red supergiant. After the hydrogen in a star's core has fused, stars with more than about 10 solar masses become red supergiants for the duration of their helium-fusing phase. These stars have very cool surface temperatures (3500–4500 K), and enormous radii.

Stellar phenomena M-type supergiants Star types
Rancho Santa Margarita, California

Rancho Santa Margarita is a city in Orange County, California. One of Orange County's youngest cities, Rancho Santa Margarita is a master planned community set upon rolling hills. Most neighborhoods in Rancho Santa Margarita are within various homeowners associations. The population was 47,853 at the 2010 census, up from 47,214 at the 2000 census.

Incorporated cities and towns in California Former census-designated places in California Populated places established in 2000 Cities in Orange County, California
The Mighty Boosh (series 1)

The Mighty Boosh's first series was originally broadcast between 18 May 2004 and 6 July 2004. The series features five main cast members; Julian Barratt, Noel Fielding, Rich Fulcher, Michael Fielding and Dave Brown. The first series centers on Howard Moon and Vince Noir (Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding), and the adventures they have whilst working at a zoo. A DVD of the series was released on 29 August 2005 in Region 2. Series 1 began to air in America on Adult Swim from 29 March 2009.

2004 television seasons The Mighty Boosh series
Orange-bellied Parrot

The Orange-bellied Parrot (Neophema chrysogaster) is a small broad-tailed parrot endemic to southern Australia, and one of only two species of parrot which migrate. The adult male is distinguished by its bright grass-green upperparts, yellow underparts and orange belly patch. The adult female and juvenile are duller green in colour. All birds have a blue frontal band and blue outer wing feathers. The diet consists of seeds and berries of small coastal grasses and shrubs.

South West Tasmania Platycercini Birds of South Australia Critically endangered fauna of Australia Broad-tailed parrots Birds of Tasmania
Trout Mask Replica

Trout Mask Replica is the third album by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, released in June 1969. Produced by Beefheart's friend and former schoolmate Frank Zappa, it was originally released as a double album on Zappa's Straight Records label. Combining elements of blues, avant-garde, free jazz and other genres of American music, the album is regarded as an important work of experimental music and a major influence on genres such as alternative rock and post-punk.

Protopunk albums Outsider music 1969 albums English-language albums Double albums United States National Recording Registry recordings Captain Beefheart albums Straight Records albums
Mary, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

Mary, Princess Royal, Princess of Orange and Countess of Nassau (Mary Henrietta; 4 November 1631 – 24 December 1660) was the eldest daughter of King Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland and his queen, Henrietta Maria of France. She was the wife of William II, Prince of Orange and Count of Nassau (27 May 1626 – 6 November 1650) and the mother of King William III of England and Ireland, II of Scotland (14 November 1650 – 8 May 1702).

House of Stuart Deaths from smallpox 1660 deaths English princesses Princesses Royal Countesses of Nassau 1631 births Princesses of Orange Female regents Scottish princesses English people of French descent Infectious disease deaths in England People from Westminster
William I of Orange

The Orange Box

The Orange Box is a video game compilation for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Mac OS X. The Windows and Xbox 360 versions were produced and published by Valve Corporation and released on October 10, 2007 as a boxed retail copy. A Windows-only download through Valve's Steam service was released the previous day. The PlayStation 3 version was produced by Electronic Arts and released on December 11, 2007 in North America and in Europe.

Half-Life (series) First-person shooters 2007 video games Windows games Video games developed in the United Kingdom Valve Corporation games Episodic video games Xbox 360 games PlayStation 3 games Video game collections Portal (series) Video games developed in the United States
Orange, Massachusetts

Orange is a town in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 7,839 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Part of the town is included in the census-designated place of Orange.

Springfield, Massachusetts metropolitan area Towns in Franklin County, Massachusetts
Web syndication

Web syndication is a form of syndication in which website material is made available to multiple other sites. Most commonly, web syndication refers to making web feeds available from a site in order to provide other people with a summary or update of the website's recently added content (for example, the latest news or forum posts). The term can also be used to describe other kinds of licensing website content so that other websites can use it.

Web development Web syndication
Human hair color

Hair color is the pigmentation of hair follicles due to two types of melanin: eumelanin and pheomelanin. Generally, if more melanin is present, the color of the hair is darker; if less melanin is present, the hair is lighter. Levels of melanin can vary over time causing a person's hair color to change, and it is possible to have hair follicles of more than one color. Particular hair colors are associated with ethnic groups.

Hair color Physical anthropology
Theatre Royal, Dublin

At one stage in the history of the theatre in Britain and Ireland, the designation Theatre Royal or Royal Theatre was an indication that the theatre was granted a Royal Patent without which theatrical performances were illegal. There have over the years been four distinct Dublin theatres called the Theatre Royal. The Theatre is now known as Smock Alley Theatre.

Theatres in Dublin (city)
Port Orange, Florida

Port Orange is a city in Volusia County, Florida, United States. The city's population was 56,048 at the 2010 census. The city is part of the Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area; the metropolitan area's population in 2010 was 494,593. Port Orange is a principal city in the Fun Coast region of the state of Florida.

Cities in Volusia County, Florida Populated places established in 1867 Populated coastal places in Florida
Orange County, Indiana

Orange County is located in southern Indiana in the United States. As of 2010, its population was 19,840, an increase of 2.8% from 19,306in 2000. The county seat is Paoli. The county has four incorporated settlements with a total population of about 8,600, as well as several small unincorporated communities. It is divided into 10 townships which provide local services. One U.S. route and five Indiana state roads pass through or into the county.

1816 establishments in the United States Indiana counties Populated places established in 1816 Orange County, Indiana
Homeland Security Advisory System

In the United States, the Homeland Security Advisory System was a color-coded terrorism threat advisory scale. The different levels trigger specific actions by federal agencies and state and local governments, and they affect the level of security at some airports and other public facilities. It is often called the "terror alert level" by the U.S. media. The system was, as scheduled, phased out April 27, 2011, and replaced with a new system called the National Terrorism Advisory System.

United States Department of Homeland Security Alert measurement systems 2002 introductions Color codes Disaster preparedness in the United States
Uranium trioxide

Uranium trioxide (UO3), also called uranyl oxide, uranium(VI) oxide, and uranic oxide, is the hexavalent oxide of uranium. The solid may be obtained by heating uranyl nitrate to 400 °C. Its most commonly encountered polymorph, γ-UO3, is a yellow-orange powder.

Oxides Uranyl compounds
Orange and Alexandria Railroad

The Orange and Alexandria Railroad (O&A) was an intrastate railroad in Virginia, United States. It extended from Alexandria to Gordonsville, with another section from Charlottesville to Lynchburg. The road played a crucial role in the American Civil War, and eventually became an important part of the modern-day Norfolk Southern rail system.

Railway companies established in 1848 Railway companies disestablished in 1867 Predecessors of the Southern Railway (U.S.) Defunct Virginia railroads

This article is about a raised platform. For other uses, see Soapbox (disambiguation). For the Wikipedia policy, see . A soapbox is a raised platform on which one stands to make an impromptu speech, often about a political subject. The term originates from the days when speakers would elevate themselves by standing on a wooden crate originally used for shipment of soap or other dry goods from a manufacturer to a retail store.

Activism by method Public speaking Metaphors referring to objects
Beaumont – Port Arthur metropolitan area

John William Friso, Prince of Orange

John William Friso (4 August 1687 – 14 July 1711) became the titular Prince of Orange in 1702. He was stadtholder of Friesland until his death by drowning in the Hollands Diep in 1711.

Princes of Orange 1687 births 1711 deaths Counts of Nassau Lords of Breda People from Dessau-Roßlau House of Orange-Nassau Deaths due to shipwreck Dutch stadtholders
Orange Range

Orange Range is a 5-member Okinawan alternative rock band, based in Okinawa, Japan. Formed in 2001, the band began with Spice Music and later signed with Sony Music Japan's gr8! records division in 2003. The group left gr8! records in 2010 to start their own label, Super Echo.

Japanese alternative rock groups Gr8! Records artists Sony Music Japan artists Japanese noise rock groups Japanese musical groups
Candied fruit

Candied redirects here. For other meanings see the verb 'to candy'. Candied fruit, also known as crystallized fruit or Glacé fruit, has been around since the 14th century. Whole fruit, smaller pieces of fruit, or pieces of peel, are placed in heated sugar syrup, which absorbs the moisture from within the fruit and eventually preserves it. Depending on size and type of fruit, this process of preservation can take from several days to several months.

Food preservation Confectionery
Orange County, Texas

Orange County is one of 254 counties of the State of Texas and its county seat is the city of Orange, Texas. As of the 2010 census, its the population was 81,837. Orange County is the county in the very southeastern corner of Texas, with a boundary with Louisiana but does not have a seacoast on the Gulf of Mexico as Jefferson County and Sabine Lake border Orange County to the South. Orange County is located in the general Golden Triangle of Texas - the Jefferson County - Orange County area.

Texas counties Hurricane Ike Beaumont – Port Arthur metropolitan area Orange County, Texas 1852 establishments in the United States
Orangism (Netherlands)

For Orangism in Belgium, see Orangism (Belgium), for Orangism in Luxembourg see Orangism (Luxembourg), and for Orangism in Northern Ireland see Orange Institution. Orangism is a monarchist political support for the House of Orange-Nassau as monarchy of the Netherlands. It played a significant role in the political history of the Netherlands since the Dutch revolt.

House of Nassau Political theories The Patriottentijd History of the Netherlands Political history of the Netherlands
Goody's Fast Relief 500

The Goody's Fast Relief 500 is a 500-lap NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stock car race held at the 0.526 miles (0.847 km) Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia, just outside of Martinsville. The Goody's Fast Relief 500 has been run in every Sprint Cup season, starting with the inaugural 1949 season, making it the oldest NASCAR race still run today. It had no name from 1949-1955, before taking the name Virginia 500 in 1956.

NASCAR races at Martinsville Speedway NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races

The Vespidae are a large (nearly 5,000 species), diverse, cosmopolitan family of wasps, including nearly all the known eusocial wasps and many solitary wasps. Each social wasp colony includes a queen and a number of female workers with varying degrees of sterility relative to the queen. In temperate social species, colonies usually only last one year, dying at the onset of winter.

Princess Margriet of the Netherlands

Princess Margriet Francisca of the Netherlands (born 19 January 1943) is the third daughter of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands. As a daughter of the Queen Juliana, and a younger sister of the current monarch, Queen Beatrix, she is a member of the Dutch Royal House and currently ninth in the line of succession to the Dutch throne. Princess Margriet often represents Queen Beatrix at official or semi-official events.

People from Ottawa Living people Knights Grand Cross of the Order of St. Olav Dutch people of German descent Dutch royalty Dutch princesses House of Orange-Nassau Grand Crosses of the Order of Christ (Portugal) 1943 births
Colour revolution

Colour revolutions is a term that was widely used by the media to describe related movements that developed in several societies in the CIS and Balkan states during the early 2000s. The term has also been applied to a number of revolutions elsewhere, including in the Middle East. Some observers have called the events a revolutionary wave, the origins of which can be traced back to the 1986 People Power Revolution (also known as the "Yellow Revolution") in the Philippines.

21st-century revolutions Nonviolent revolutions
Pop Cola Panthers

The Pop Cola Panthers is a former Philippine Basketball Association team from 1990-2001 under the ownership of Cosmos Bottling Corporation, a subsidiary of RFM Corporation. Cosmos was sold to Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc. , then-owned by San Miguel Corporation (SMC) in 2001 which also includes the acquisition of the PBA franchise. The team was renamed as the Coca-Cola Tigers during the 2002 season.

San Miguel Corporation Coca-Cola Tigers Defunct Philippine Basketball Association teams Sports clubs established in 1990 Sports clubs disestablished in 2001
Blister beetle

Blister beetles are beetles (Coleoptera) of the family Meloidae, so called for their defensive secretion of a blistering agent, cantharidin. There are approximately 7,500 known species worldwide. Many are conspicuous and some aposematically colored, announcing their toxicity to would-be predators.

Meloidae Tenebrionoidea
Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (2 November 1709 – 12 January 1759) was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort, Caroline of Ansbach. She was the spouse of William IV, Prince of Orange, the first hereditary stadtholder of the Netherlands. Princess Anne was the second daughter of a British sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal.

Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft British princesses 1759 deaths 1709 births Princesses Royal Dutch princesses House of Orange-Nassau People from Hanover Princesses of Orange Female regents House of Hanover Regents
Agent Orange (band)

Agent Orange is an American punk rock band formed in Orange County, California in 1979. The band is one of the first to mix punk rock with surf music. They first gained attention with their song "Bloodstains" which they released on their own 7" E.P.

Musical trios Musical groups established in 1979 Musical groups from Orange County, California
Buddleja davidii

Buddleja davidii (spelling variant Buddleia davidii), also called summer lilac, butterfly-bush, or orange eye, is a native of Sichuan and Hubei provinces in central China and of Japan. It is widely used as an ornamental plant, and many named varieties are in cultivation. B. davidii, named for the French explorer in China, Father Armand David, who first noticed the shrub, was found near Ichang by Dr Augustine Henry about 1887 and sent to St Petersburg.

Garden plants of Asia Invasive plant species in New Zealand Flora of Japan Invasive plant species in Oregon Butterfly food plants Flora of China Invasive plant species in the United States Buddleja Flora naturalised in Australia Invasive plant species Drought-tolerant plants Invasive plant species in Europe
Orange Goblin

Orange Goblin, previously Our Haunted Kingdom, are a stoner metal band from the United Kingdom that formed in 1995. The band's lineup currently consists of singer Ben Ward, guitarist Joe Hoare, bassist Martyn Millard, and drummer Chris Turner.

Musical quartets Musical groups established in 1995 English doom metal musical groups Stoner rock musical groups English heavy metal musical groups
California State Route 39

State Route 39 (SR 39) is a state highway in the U.S. state of California that travels through Orange and Los Angeles counties. Its southern terminus is at Pacific Coast Highway, in Huntington Beach, and its northern terminus is at Islip Saddle on Angeles Crest Highway in the Angeles National Forest.

Angeles National Forest Roads in Orange County, California State highways in California Scenic highways in California Roads in Los Angeles County, California
OC Weekly

OC Weekly, a sister publication of both LA Weekly and The Village Voice, is a popular, free weekly paper distributed in Orange County, California and also in Long Beach. The paper targets corrupt California politicians of both major political parties and has been instrumental in several being arrested and sent to prison. "OC Weekly" routinely criticizes personalities such as former Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona, and maintains an active, award-winning news blog called Navel Gazing.

Alternative weekly newspapers published in the United States Newspapers published in the Greater Los Angeles Area Media in Orange County, California
Orange County Flyers

The Orange County Flyers are a professional baseball team based in Fullerton, California, in the United States. They are an independent franchise which is not affiliated with either Major League Baseball or Minor League Baseball. From the 2005 season to 2010, the Flyers have played their home games at "The Station" at Goodwin Field, which is also the home field for the Cal State Fullerton Titans. The Flyers are an original charter team of the now-defunct Golden Baseball League.

Sports clubs established in 2005 Sports in Orange County, California Professional baseball teams in California Golden Baseball League teams Fullerton, California
Bergamot orange

Citrus bergamia, the Bergamot orange, is a fragrant fruit the size of an orange, with a yellow colour similar to a lemon. Genetic research into the ancestral origins of extant citrus cultivars matched the bergamot as a likely hybrid of Citrus limetta and Citrus aurantium. Citrus bergamot is a native hybrid of and commercially grown in Calabria, southern Italy, where more than 80% are found.

Essential oils Oranges Flora of Iran Calabria Citrus hybrids Citrus Flora of Italy
Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange is a particular church of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church whose territory comprises the whole of Orange County, California, in the United States. It may also be referred to as the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange in California to avoid confusion with the historical Diocese of Orange, France, which was dissolved in 1801. Orange is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, from whose territory it was erected in 1976.

Religious organizations established in 1976 Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange Roman Catholic dioceses and prelatures established in the 20th century
Tropicana Products

Tropicana Products is an American based company, and was founded in 1947 by Anthony T. Rossi in Bradenton, Florida, U.S.A. Since 1998 it has been owned by PepsiCo, Inc. Tropicana's headquarters are in Chicago, Illinois.

Companies based in Chicago, Illinois Companies established in 1947 Companies based in Florida Orange sodas Tropicana Manatee County, Florida PepsiCo brands
William of Gellone

Saint William of Gellone (755 – 28 May 812/4) was the second Count of Toulouse from 790 until his replacement in 811. His Occitan name is Guilhem, and he is known in French as Guillaume d'Orange, Guillaume Fierabrace, and the Marquis au court nez. He is the hero of the Chanson de Guillaume, an early chanson de geste, and of several later sequels, which were categorized by thirteenth-century poets as the geste of Garin de Monglane.

Characters in epic poems Counts of Toulouse 8th-century French people 9th-century French people French Roman Catholic saints 810s deaths 9th-century Christian saints Frankish saints 755 births
Rajneesh movement

The Rajneesh movement is a term used by Hugh B. Urban and other commentators to refer collectively to persons inspired by the Indian mystic Osho (formerly known as Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, 1931–1990), particularly initiated disciples who are referred to as "neo-sannyasins" or simply "sannyasins. " They were also formerly known as Rajneeshees or "Orange People," because of the orange and later red, maroon and pink clothes they used from 1970 until 1985.

Rajneesh movement New religious movements
Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria

Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) is a United States Government Department of Defense (DoD) standard that sets basic requirements for assessing the effectiveness of computer security controls built into a computer system. The TCSEC was used to evaluate, classify and select computer systems being considered for the processing, storage and retrieval of sensitive or classified information.

Computer security standards National Security Agency Trusted computing
Squash (drink)

Squash (also called cordial) is a non-alcoholic concentrated syrup that is usually fruit-flavoured and usually made from fruit juice, water, and sugar or a sugar substitute. Modern squashes may also contain food colouring and additional flavouring. Some traditional squashes contain herbal extracts, most notably elderflower and ginger. Squash must be mixed with a certain amount of water or club soda before drinking.

Non-alcoholic beverages Drink mixers Soft drinks
Orange County Choppers

Orange County Choppers (OCC) is a custom and production motorcycle manufacturer based in Orange County, New York, that was founded by Paul Teutul, Sr. , and Paul Teutul, Jr. , in 1999. The company was featured on American Chopper, a reality TV show that debuted in September 2002 on the Discovery Channel, which has contributed to the company's quick rise to fame. In 2007, Discovery Channel's sister channel TLC picked up the series in the United States and Canada.

Motorcycle manufacturers of the United States Companies based in Orange County, New York American Chopper Companies established in 1999

× Citrofortunella microcarpa, the Calamondin or Calamansi, is a fruit tree in the family Rutaceae native to the Philippine Islands and has been dubbed the calamondin, golden lime, panama orange, chinese orange, acid orange, calamonding, or calamandarin in English. It is believed to originate from China and has spread throughout Southeast Asia, India, Hawaii, the West Indies, Central and North America.

Garden plants of Asia Fruits originating in Asia Flora of China Flora of the Philippines Asian cuisine Citrus hybrids Citrus Ornamental trees
Sunkist Growers, Incorporated

Sunkist Growers, Incorporated is a citrus growers' non-stock membership cooperative composed of 6,000 members from California and Arizona. It is headquartered in the Sherman Oaks district of Los Angeles. Through 31 offices in the United States and Canada and four offices outside North America, its sales in 1991 totalled $956 million.

Companies based in Los Angeles County, California History of California History of the Greater Los Angeles Area Agricultural marketing cooperatives Orange production Agriculture in California Companies established in 1893 History of Southern California
Acacia saligna

Acacia saligna, commonly known by various names including coojong, golden wreath wattle, orange wattle, blue-leafed wattle, Western Australian golden wattle, and, in Africa, Port Jackson willow, is a small tree in the family Fabaceae. Native to Australia, it is widely distributed throughout the south west corner of Western Australia, extending north as far as the Murchison River, and east to Israelite Bay.

Acacia Fabales of Australia Rosids of Western Australia Invasive plant species Invasive plant species in South Africa
Florida State Road 44

State Road 44 (SR 44) is an east–west state highway in the U.S. state of Florida. It runs from Crystal River on the Gulf of Mexico east to New Smyrna Beach on the Atlantic Ocean, passing through Inverness, Wildwood, Leesburg and DeLand. A section in Lake County, between eastern Leesburg and a point north of Mount Dora, is concurrent with U.S. Highway 441. This concurrency is not signed; signs on US 441 mark it as SR 44.

State Roads in Citrus County, Florida State Roads in Lake County, Florida State highways in Florida State Roads in Volusia County, Florida Scenic highways in Florida State Roads in Sumter County, Florida

The Anscarids or Anscarii or the House of Ivrea were a medieval Frankish dynasty of Burgundian origin which rose to prominence in Italy in the tenth century, even briefly holding the Italian throne. They also ruled the County of Burgundy in the eleventh and twelfth centuries and it was one of their members who first declared himself a franc-compte or free count.

History of Franche-Comté House of Ivrea History of Italy Middle Ages
Amber (color)

Amber is a pure chroma color on the color wheel halfway between yellow, orange and red. It is named for the material known as amber, which varies from nearly yellow to orange or reddish-orange; likewise, "amber" can refer to a range of yellow-orange colors. The first recorded use of amber as a color name in English was in 1500.

Bethlehem, Free State

Bethlehem is a town in the eastern Free State province of South Africa that is situated on the Liebenbergs river (also called Liebenbergs Vlei) along a fertile valley just south of the Rooiberg Mountains on the N5 highway. It is a wheat growing area and hence the name Bethlehem (from "Beit Lechem", Hebrew for "house of bread"). Population 66,704 (2001). The town lies at an altitude of 1700m and this contributes to its cool climate with frosty winters and mild summers.

Populated places founded by Afrikaners Populated places in the Thabo Mofutsanyane District Municipality Boer Wars locations
Deerpark, New York

Deerpark is a town in the western part of Orange County, New York. As of the 2010 Census, the population was at 7,901. The center of population of New York is located in Cuddebackville, a hamlet in Deerpark.

Neversink River Towns in New York Populated places in Orange County, New York Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown metropolitan area
Diocese of the Free State

The Anglican Diocese of the Free State is a diocese in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.

Anglican dioceses in Africa Anglican Church of Southern Africa dioceses Anglicanism in South Africa
Operation Strikeback

Operation Strikeback was a major naval exercise of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that took place over a ten-day period in September 1957. As part of a series of exercises to simulate an all-out Soviet attack on NATO, Operation Strikeback was tasked with two objectives.

1957 in Europe 1957 in military history NATO military exercises
Friern Barnet

Friern Barnet is a place in the London Borough of Barnet. It is a suburban development situated 7.4 miles (11.9 km) north of Charing Cross. The centre of Friern Barnet is formed by the busy intersection of Colney Hatch Lane (which runs north-south), Woodhouse Road (which takes west-bound traffic into Finchley) and Friern Barnet Road (which leads east towards New Southgate).

Local Government Districts created by the Local Government Act 1858 Districts of London Districts of Barnet
Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Segerstrom Center for the Arts, originally called Orange County Performing Arts Center, is a performing arts complex located in Costa Mesa, California, United States. The Center offers the world’s leading dance companies, Broadway shows, award-winning classical, jazz and cabaret artists, family entertainment, innovataive and cutting-edge theater companies, special events and year-round educational programs.

Buildings and structures in Orange County, California Performing arts centers in California Visitor attractions in Orange County, California Music venues in California Event venues established in 1986 Orange County, California culture Costa Mesa, California
Jacksonville metropolitan area

The Jacksonville metropolitan area (also called Greater Jacksonville or Metro Jacksonville) is the metropolitan area centered on the principal city of Jacksonville, Florida and including the First Coast of North Florida. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget designates the area as the Jacksonville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area, a metropolitan statistical area used for statistical purposes by the United States Census Bureau and other government agencies.

Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan areas of Florida Geography of Jacksonville, Florida
2008 Orange Bowl

The 2008 FedEx Orange Bowl game was a post-season college football bowl game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Kansas Jayhawks on January 3, 2008, at Dolphins Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Spread bettors favored Virginia Tech by three points, but in a game dominated by defensive and special teams play, Kansas defeated Virginia Tech 24–21.

Kansas Jayhawks football bowl games Virginia Tech Hokies football bowl games 2007–08 NCAA football bowl games Orange Bowl
Crush (beverage)

Crush is a carbonated soft drink brand, originally marketed as an orange soda. It competes with Coca Cola's Fanta, which was invented by California beverage and extract chemist Neil C. Ward. Most flavors of Crush are caffeine-free.

Apple sodas Cream sodas Citrus sodas Strawberry sodas 1916 introductions Grape sodas Orange sodas Pineapple sodas Dr Pepper Snapple Group brands Lime sodas
Orange Beach, Alabama

Orange Beach is a city in Baldwin County, Alabama, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 3,784. It is part of the Daphne–Fairhope–Foley Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Populated coastal places in Alabama Populated places in Baldwin County, Alabama Populated places established in 1984 Cities in Alabama
Cream soda

Cream soda is a sweet carbonated soft drink, often flavored with vanilla.

Canadian inventions Cream sodas Soft drinks
List of characters in the Pokémon anime series

Orange Order in Canada

The Orange Order is a Protestant fraternal organisation based predominantly in Northern Ireland and Scotland, and has lodges in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ghana, Togo, the U.S. A, etc..

Orange Order Religion in Canada
Orange roughy

The orange roughy, red roughy, or deep sea perch, Hoplostethus atlanticus, is a relatively large deep-sea fish belonging to the slimehead family (Trachichthyidae). The Marine Conservation Society has categorized orange roughy as vulnerable to exploitation. It is found in 3 to 9 °C (37 to 48 °F) deep (bathypelagic, 180 to 1,800 metres waters of the Western Pacific Ocean, eastern Atlantic Ocean, Indo-Pacific, and in the Eastern Pacific off Chile.

Animals described in 1889 Commercial fish Seafood red list Trachichthyidae

Agent Orange (alias Larfleeze, real name unknown) is a fictional comic book supervillain appearing in books published by DC Comics, usually as an antagonist in books featuring Green Lantern and the Green Lantern Corps. He is the primary wielder of the Orange light of avarice, derived from the emotional spectrum, and does not voluntarily allow others to wield that orange light. He first appeared in DC Universe #0 (April 2008), and was created by writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver.

Characters created by Geoff Johns Extraterrestrial supervillains DC Comics aliens Green Lantern Comics characters introduced in 2008
Photometric system

In astronomy, a photometric system is a set of well-defined passbands (or filters), with a known sensitivity to incident radiation. The sensitivity usually depends on the optical system, detectors and filters used. For each photometric system a set of primary standard stars is provided. The first known standardized photometric system is the Johnson-Morgan or UBV photometric system (1953). At present, there are more than 200 photometric systems.

Photometric systems
Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority

The Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA) is an expressway authority responsible for construction, maintenance and operation of toll roads in Orange County, Florida, United States, which includes the city of Orlando. It was founded in 1963 for the purpose of building the Bee Line Expressway, and soon built the East-West Expressway. It now manages a network of roads including large portions of a beltway around Orlando.

Expressway authorities Transportation in Orange County, Florida
Orange City, Iowa

Orange City is a city in and the county seat of Sioux County, Iowa, United States. The population was 6,004 in the 2010 census, an increase from 5,582 in the 2000 census. Named after William of Orange, it is best known for its Dutch background, which it celebrates with an annual Tulip Festival for 3 days every May. Many of the city's buildings are faced with Dutch architectural fronts.

Cities in Iowa County seats in Iowa Populated places in Sioux County, Iowa
Orange Walk District

Orange Walk District is a district in the northwest of the nation of Belize, with its district capital in Orange Walk Town.

Orange Walk District Districts of Belize
Orange walk

Orange walks are a series of parades held annually by members of the Orange Order during the summer in Northern Ireland, to a lesser extent in Scotland, and occasionally in England, the Republic of Ireland, and throughout the Commonwealth. These typically build up to the 12 July celebrations which mark Prince William of Orange's victory over King James II at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690.

Orange Order Parades
Washington Street Elevated

The Washington Street Elevated was an elevated segment of Boston's Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority subway system, comprising the southern stretch of the Orange Line (named after the original name for a section of Washington St, Orange St.). It ran from Chinatown through the South End and Roxbury, ending in Forest Hills in Jamaica Plain.

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Public transportation in the Boston area

A clementine is a variety of mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata), so named in 1902. The exterior is a deep orange colour with a smooth, glossy appearance. Clementines can be separated into seven to fourteen segments. They tend to be very easy to peel, like a tangerine, but are almost always seedless. For this reason they are sometimes known as seedless tangerines; the clementine is also occasionally referred to as the Algerian tangerine.

Citrus Agriculture in California Citrus hybrids
Legends of the Hidden Temple

Legends of the Hidden Temple is an action-adventure game show for children. The show centers around a "Temple" that is "filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards". Kirk Fogg hosts and serves as the teams' guide, while Dee Bradley Baker announces and voices a talking Olmec head who "knows the secrets behind each of the treasures in his Temple".

Children's game shows 1993 American television series debuts 1995 television series endings 1990s American television series American game shows 1990s Nickelodeon shows Nickelodeon game shows Nickelodeon shows Cable game shows Television series by Stone Stanley Entertainment
The Real Housewives of Orange County

The Real Housewives of Orange County is a reality television program on the Bravo network, set in Orange County, California.

Television shows set in California American reality television series 2006 American television series debuts 2010s American television series The Real Housewives Bravo (U.S.) television series English-language television series 2000s American television series
List of international auto racing colors

From the beginning of organised motor sport events, in the early 1900s, until the late 1960s, before commercial sponsorship liveries came into common use, vehicles competing in Formula One, sports car racing, touring car racing and other international auto racing competitions customarily painted their cars in standardized racing colours that indicated the nation of origin of the car or driver. These were often quite different from the national colours used in other sports or in politics.

Formula One related lists Auto racing lists National colours Vehicle markings
Knights (cricket team)

The Chevrolet Knights is the name used by the combined Free State cricket team and Griqualand West first class cricket teams in South Africa. The team previously competed as the Diamond Eagles. The home venue is Chevrolet Park, Bloemfontein. The combined team plays in the SuperSport Series and also in the One Day Domestic and Domestic Twenty20 limited over competitions.

South African first-class cricket teams Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Bloemfontein
The Annoying Orange

The Annoying Orange is an American comedy web series created by Dane Boedigheimer in 2009. It stars Boedigheimer as an anthropomorphic orange who annoys other fruits, vegetables, and various other objects by using crude-humored jokes. Due to the popularity of the show, The Annoying Orange has also become the subject of a TV series, a video game, a range of toys, and a t-shirt line, despite the show's negative reaction.

Web series YouTube videos Viral videos
Maurice of Orange

1973 college football season

The 1973 college football season was the first for the NCAA's current three-division structure. Effective with the 1973–74 academic year, schools formerly in the NCAA "University Division" were classified as Division I (later subdivided for football only into today's Division I FBS and Division I FCS).

1973 NCAA Division I football season
Army Men

Army Men is a series of video games developed by 3DO and Global Star Software. It is based on various conflicts between four kinds of plastic army men, distinguished by their color: the Green, the Tan, the Blue, and the Grey. Two other factions, the Red and the Orange, as well as a much smaller army, the Black, also contribute to the story. Two additional factions, the Galactic Army and the Alien Army, were introduced in Army Men: Toys in Space.

The 3DO Company games Video game franchises Army Men
Orange County Speedway

Orange County Speedway is a 3/8 mile (0.6 km) asphalt oval in Orange County, North Carolina, near Rougemont. It first opened in 1966 as 1/4 mile (0.4 km) and 5/8 mile (1.6 km) dirt ovals, which operated until 1967 and 1973, respectively. With a slogan of "the fastest 3/8-mile race track in America," the oval features 19 degree banking through the turns and 16 degrees on the straightaways creating four distinct grooves making for very fast turns.

Motorsport venues in North Carolina Sports venues in Orange County, North Carolina NASCAR tracks
Wiper Democratic Movement

Wiper Democratic Movement refers to a political party in Kenya, which originated as a result of the 2005 Kenyan constitutional referendum. It grew out of the Orange Democratic Movement Party of Kenya (ODM). It is headed by Kalonzo Musyoka, who ran for president in 2007 and now serves as the vice-president in the GNU of Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga.

Political parties established in 2006 Political parties in Kenya
Principality of Orange

The Principality of Orange was (from 1163 to 1713) a feudal state in Provence, in the south of modern-day France, on the left bank of the River Rhone north of the city of Avignon. It was constituted in 1163, when Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I elevated the Burgundian County of Orange (consisting of the city of Orange and the land surrounding it) to a sovereign principality within the Empire.

Former countries in Europe States and territories established in 1163 Medieval France 1713 disestablishments
2005 Orange Bowl

The 2005 Orange Bowl represented the BCS National Championship Game of the 2004 season and was played on January 4, 2005 at Pro Player Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The teams were Southern California Trojans and Oklahoma Sooners. Both programs entered with undefeated, 12–0 records. The Trojans defeated the Sooners by a score of 55–19, led by quarterback Matt Leinart. ESPN named Leinart's performance as one of the top-10 performances in the first ten years of the BCS system.

2004 NCAA Division I-A football season BCS National Championship Game Orange Bowl USC Trojans football bowl games Oklahoma Sooners football bowl games
Aliso Creek (Orange County)

Aliso Creek (Spanish for "Alder Creek"; also called Alisos Creek) is a 19-mile (31 km)-long urban stream that runs through Orange County in the U.S. state of California from the Santa Ana Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, collecting seven main tributaries. The creek is mostly channelized, and as of 2004, the 30.4-square-mile (78.7 km) watershed had a population of 149,087 divided among seven incorporated cities.

Rivers of Orange County, California Rivers of Southern California Santa Ana Mountains

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Defunct townships of Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States is divided into twenty-one townships. When Cuyahoga County was founded, it was divided into civil townships for purposes of rural government, as were other Ohio counties. By 1990, this county was the most urbanized county in Ohio, and as a result, most of its townships have been annexed by the city of Cleveland or one of the other municipalities in Cuyahoga County.

Townships in Cuyahoga County, Ohio Defunct townships in Ohio
Casa Loma Orchestra

The Casa Loma Orchestra was a popular American dance band active from 1927 to 1963. From 1929 until the rapid multiplication in the number of swing bands from 1935 on, the Casa Loma Orchestra was one of the top North American dance bands. It did not tour after 1950 but continued to record as a studio group. The future members of the band first came together in 1927 as the Orange Blossoms, one of several Detroit-area groups that came out of the Jean Goldkette office.

Musical groups established in 1927 American jazz ensembles Big bands
Orange County High School of the Arts

Orange County High School of the Arts (OCHSA), colloquially called "OH-sha", is a 7th–12th grade public charter school located in downtown Santa Ana, Orange County, California. The school caters to middle and high school students with talents in the performing, visual and literary arts. The educational program prepares students for higher education institutions or employment in the professional arts industry.

Educational institutions established in 1988 Public high schools in California Charter schools in California Schools of the performing arts in the United States Blue Ribbon schools in California High schools in Santa Ana, California
Invitation to William

The Invitation to William was a letter sent by seven notable Englishmen, later named the Immortal Seven, to William III, Prince of Orange, received by him on 30 June 1688.

Anti-Catholicism in England Anti-Catholicism in Scotland Stuart England 1688 in England William III of England
Tango (drink)

Tango is a carbonated soft drink sold primarily in the United Kingdom and Ireland and from 2010 in Sweden, Norway and Hungary as well, first launched by Corona in 1950. Corona were bought by the Beecham Group in 1958, and Beecham Soft Drinks were bought by Britvic in 1987. In Scandinavia the drink is distributed by SMX Drinks AB. Originally, Tango was the name of the orange flavour in a range of different flavoured drinks that each had their own name.

Apple sodas 1938 introductions Citrus sodas Orange sodas Pineapple sodas Tango (drink)
Operation Grapple

Operation Grapple, and operations Grapple X, Grapple Y and Grapple Z, were the names of British nuclear weapons tests of very-early hydrogen bombs. These tests were carried out from 1956 through 1958 at Malden Island and Christmas Island in the Central Pacific Ocean. Nine nuclear explosions were executed during these series of nuclear weapon tests, culminating in the United Kingdom's becoming the third recognized possessor of thermonuclear weapons.

1956 in the United Kingdom British nuclear explosive tests 1957 in the United Kingdom 1958 in the United Kingdom 1956 in military history 1957 in military history Nuclear weapons programme of the United Kingdom 1958 in military history Nuclear history of the United Kingdom 1950s in the United Kingdom 20th-century military history of the United Kingdom
Orange City, Florida

Orange City is a city in Volusia County, Florida, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 10,599. It is a part of the Deltona–Daytona Beach–Ormond Beach, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area, which was home to 494,593 people in 2010.

Cities in Volusia County, Florida
William V of Orange

Orange Julius

Orange Julius is a chain of fruit drink beverage stores. It has been in business since the late 1920s. The eponymous beverage is a mixture of orange juice, milk, sugar, ice and vanilla flavoring.

Fast-food chains of Canada Juice bars Fast-food franchises Hot dog restaurants Berkshire Hathaway Companies based in Los Angeles, California Restaurants established in 1926 Fast-food chains of the United States Restaurant chains in the United States
Operation Hardtack I

Operation Hardtack I was a series of 35 nuclear tests conducted by the United States in 1958 in the Pacific Ocean. Operation Newsreel was a series of three high-altitude nuclear tests conducted as part of Hardtack I. The individual tests in the series were Orange‎, Teak‎ and Yucca‎.

1958 in military history Enewetak Atoll American nuclear explosive tests
René of Châlon

Orange County Public Schools

Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) is the public school district for Orange County, Florida. It is based out of the Educational Leadership Center, a seven-story building adjacent to the Amway Arena in Downtown Orlando. As of October 2009, OCPS has an enrollment of over 175,000 students, making it the 12th largest school district in the United States. The school district also employs over 19,000 instructional and classified employees, which make up more than 96% of the OCPS work force.

Education in Orange County, Florida School districts in Florida Orange County Public Schools
Woodbury, Orange County, New York

Woodbury is a town and village in Orange County, New York, United States. The town population was 10,686 at the 2010 census. The village was incorporated in 2006 and comprises all of the town that is not part of the village of Harriman. The region was once called Woodbury Clove. It is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area.

Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown metropolitan area Villages in New York Populated places in Orange County, New York Populated places established in 2006 Towns in New York Populated places established in 1889
Gold Line (MARTA)

The Gold Line is a rapid transit line in the MARTA rail system. It operates between Doraville and Airport stations, running through Doraville, Chamblee, Atlanta, East Point and College Park. The Gold Line was previously called the Northeast-South Line until MARTA switched to a color-based naming system in October 2009.

Railway lines opened in 1981 Airport rail links in the United States Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
Blood orange

The blood orange is a variety of orange (Citrus sinensis) with crimson, almost-blood-colored flesh. The fruit is smaller than an average orange; its skin is usually pitted, but can be smooth. The distinctive dark flesh color is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a family of pigments common to many flowers and fruit, but uncommon in citrus fruits. The flesh develops its characteristic maroon color when the fruit develops with low temperatures during the night.

Citrus Oranges
Alex (A Clockwork Orange)

Alex is a fictional character in Anthony Burgess' novel A Clockwork Orange and the film adaptation, in which he is played by Malcolm McDowell. In the film, his surname is DeLarge, referring to Alex's calling himself "Alexander the Large" in the novel. The American Film Institute rated Alex the 12th greatest film villain of all time, Empire selected Alex as the 42nd greatest movie character of all time and Wizard rated Alex the 36th greatest villain of all time.

Fictional rapists Fictional characters introduced in 1962 Fictional people with neurological or psychological disorders Fictional gangsters Article Feedback 5 Fictional English people Characters in British novels of the 20th century Fictional murderers A Clockwork Orange Child characters in literature
Prince Frederick of the Netherlands

Prince Frederick of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange-Nassau, was the second son of king William I of the Netherlands and his wife, Wilhelmine of Prussia.

People from the Margraviate of Brandenburg Knights Grand Cross of the Military William Order Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft 1881 deaths Dutch princes House of Orange-Nassau 1797 births People from Berlin

Lipofuscin is the name given to finely granular yellow-brown pigment granules composed of lipid-containing residues of lysosomal digestion. It is considered one of the aging or "wear-and-tear" pigments, found in the liver, kidney, heart muscle, adrenals, nerve cells, and ganglion cells. It is specifically arranged around the nucleus, and is a type of Lipochrome.

Biomolecules Aging
Curaçao (liqueur)

William of Orange

Human name disambiguation pages
Philibert of Châlon

Wilhelmina of Prussia, Princess of Orange

Wilhelmina of Prussia, born Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina, (7 August 1751 in Berlin – 9 June 1820 in Het Loo), was the consort of William V of Orange and also the de facto leader of the dynastic party and contra revolution in the Netherlands. She was the daughter of Prince Augustus William of Prussia and Luise of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. She was the longest serving Princess consort of Orange.

Prussian princesses People of the Patriottentijd Burials in the Royal Crypt at Nieuwe Kerk, Delft 1751 births 1820 deaths House of Hohenzollern House of Orange-Nassau Princesses of Orange
2009 Orange Bowl

The 2009 FedEx Orange Bowl game was the 75th edition of the annual American college football bowl game known as the Orange Bowl. It pitted the 2008 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) champion Virginia Tech Hokies against the Big East Conference champion Cincinnati Bearcats on January 1, 2009, at Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Virginia Tech defeated Cincinnati, 20–7.

2008–09 NCAA football bowl games Cincinnati Bearcats football bowl games Virginia Tech Hokies football bowl games Orange Bowl
CBN (Australian TV station)

CBN is an Australian television station licensed to, and serving the regions surrounding Orange and Dubbo in central western New South Wales.

Prime Media Group Limited Television stations in Canberra Television channels and stations established in 1962 Television stations in New South Wales
Orange County Convention Center

The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) is the primary public convention center for the Central Florida region. The center currently ranks as the second largest convention center in the United States. The OCCC offers 7,000,000 sq ft (650,000 m) of total space, 2,100,000 sq ft (200,000 m) of which is exhibit space. The large complex is located on the South end of International Drive, a major tourist area in Orlando, Florida.

Visitor attractions in Orlando, Florida Convention centers in Florida Buildings and structures in Orlando, Florida
Lehigh and Hudson River Railway

The Lehigh and Hudson River Railway (L&HR) was the smallest of the six railroads that were merged into Conrail in 1976. It was a bridge line running northeast-southwest across northwestern New Jersey, connecting the line to the Poughkeepsie Bridge at Maybrook, New York with Easton, Pennsylvania, where it interchanged with various other companies. It status was diminished as the Interstate Highway system was developed, and as its connecting railroads entered bankruptcy.

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War of the Oranges

The War of the Oranges (Portuguese: Guerra das Laranjas; French: Guerre des Oranges; Spanish: Guerra de las Naranjas) was a brief conflict in 1801 in which Spanish forces, instigated by the government of France, and ultimately supported by the French military, invaded Portugal.

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Soldier of Orange

Soldier of Orange (Dutch: Soldaat van Oranje) is a 1977 Dutch film directed by Paul Verhoeven and produced by Rob Houwer, starring Rutger Hauer and Jeroen Krabbé. The film is set during the German occupation of the Netherlands during World War II, and shows how individual students have different roles in the war. The story is based on the book Soldaat van Oranje by Erik Hazelhoff Roelfzema, who lived the story himself.

Netherlands in fiction Dutch-language films German-language films World War II films Dutch films Dutch drama films Films set in the Netherlands 1977 films Films directed by Paul Verhoeven Films based on non-fiction books English-language films
Jason Orange

Jason Thomas Orange (born 10 July 1970) is an English musician and dancer. He is a member of the pop band Take That who gained popularity in the 1990s and are currently enjoying further success since their reunion in 2005.

Living people People from Crumpsall English songwriters Musicians from Manchester Take That members 1970 births Twin people from England English male singers
Charlotte of Bourbon

Charlotte of Bourbon (1546/1547 – 5 May 1582), was the fourth daughter of Louis, Duke of Montpensier and Jacqueline de Longwy, Countess of Bar-sur-Seine. She was the third wife of William the Silent, Prince of Orange, the main leader of the Dutch revolt against the Spanish.

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Orange Music Electronic Company

Orange Music Electronic Company is a British electric guitar and public address amplifier manufacturing company, famous for its distinctive sound and bright orange Tolex-like covering on amplifier heads and speaker cabinets. Orange also manufactures amplifiers for bass guitar, speaker cabinets for instrument amplifiers and combination (combo) amplifiers.

Audio amplifier manufacturers Electronics companies of the United Kingdom Guitar amplifier manufacturers Companies established in 1968
Orang laut

The Orang Laut, or Bajau Laut, are a group of Malay people living in the Riau Islands of Indonesia. It also may refer to any Malay origin people living on coastal islands, including those of Andaman Sea islands in Thailand and Burma, commonly known as Moken.

Ethnic groups in Indonesia Modern nomads Ethnic groups in Malaysia
Rainbow Books

The Rainbow Books are a collection of standards defining the formats of Compact Discs.

Rainbow Books
Orange County Museum of Art

The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) is a museum located in Newport Beach, California. The museum's collection comprises more than 3,000 objects, with a concentration on the art of California from the early 20th century to present. Exhibits include traditional paintings, sculptures and photography, as well as new media in the form of video, digital and installation art. Each month, the museum hosts events such as Thursday evening lectures, artists' talks and special activities for children.

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Inland Empire–Orange County Line

Princess Carolina of Orange-Nassau

Princess Carolina of Orange and Nassau-Dietz, Princess of Nassau-Weilburg (Karolina; 28 February 1743, Leeuwarden – 6 May 1787, Kirchheimbolanden) was the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange, Stadtholder of the Netherlands, and Anne, Princess Royal. Her maternal grandparents were King George II of Great Britain and Queen Caroline.

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Princess Irene of the Netherlands

Princess Irene of the Netherlands (born 5 August 1939) is the second child of the late Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands. In the public eye since birth, Irene made headlines when she and her family fled during World War II, first to Britain and then to Canada. Her decision to convert to Catholicism and to marry the eldest son of the pretender to the Spanish throne caused a crisis in both the Dutch royal family and government, bringing her into the world spotlight once again.

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Orange soft drink

Orange soft drinks (called orange soda or orange pop in certain regions of the United States, orangeade in the UK, or the genericised trademark orangina in France) are carbonated orange drinks. Orange soft drinks (especially those without orange juice) often contain very high levels of sodium benzoate, and this often imparts a slight metallic taste to the beverage. Other additives commonly found in orange soft drinks include rosin and sodium hexametaphosphate.

Non-alcoholic beverages Orange sodas
Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau

Prince Friso of Orange-Nassau (born 25 September 1968) is the second son of Queen Beatrix and the late Prince Claus of the Netherlands. Prince Friso is a member of the Dutch Royal Family, but because of his marriage in 2004 he is no longer a member of the Dutch Royal House nor in line of succession to the Dutch throne. He is still in the line of succession to the thrones of the Commonwealth realms.

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Orange County (film)

Orange County is a 2002 American comedy film starring Colin Hanks and Jack Black. It was released on January 11, 2002. The movie was distributed by Paramount Pictures and produced by MTV Films and Scott Rudin. The movie was directed by Jake Kasdan and written by Mike White.

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Telekomunikacja Polska

Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (in English - Polish Telecom; also known as TPSA or just TP) is a Polish national telecommunications provider established in December 1991. It is a Public company traded on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, with a controlling stake owned by France Télécom, with the latter controlling over 50% of this stake by 2002. It operates the following services: PSTN, ISDN, ADSL, IDSL, Frame Relay, ATM and Inmarsat.

Companies based in Warsaw Companies established in 1991 Telecommunications companies of Poland 1991 establishments in Poland France Télécom
Florida State Road 423

State Road 423, known for most of its length as John Young Parkway, and Lee Road east of Orange Blossom Trail, is a four- and six-lane surface road in the U.S. state of Florida. SR 423 is completely inside Orlando, Florida and runs from SR 408 north to U.S. Route 17/92 just east of Interstate 4. SR 423 and its southern components serve as an alternate to the parallel Orange Blossom Trail. The road is named after John Young, an astronaut from the Orlando area.

State highways in Florida State Roads in Orange County, Florida Roads in Osceola County, Florida Roads in Orange County, Florida

The HTC TyTN (also known as the HTC Hermes and the HTC P4500) is an Internet-enabled Windows Mobile Pocket PC smartphone designed and marketed by High Tech Computer Corporation of Taiwan. It has a touchscreen with a left-side slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The TyTN's functions include those of a camera phone and a portable media player in addition to text messaging and multimedia messaging.

2006 introductions Digital audio players HTC Corporation mobile phones Windows Mobile Professional devices QWERTY mobile phones
List of deserters from James II to William of Orange

This is a list of the treacherous members of the British nobility and gentry, who in 1688 deserted King James II and pledged their allegiances to Prince William of Orange, during the so-called Glorious Revolution. Colonel Berkley, possibly Lord Fitzharding. Captain Henry Bertie (died 1743), brother of Lord Abingdon.

Conflicts in 1688 House of Stuart Invasions of England English monarchy English rebellions James II of England British monarchy-related lists Glorious Revolution Stuart England 1688 in England Stuart Scotland William III of England Civil conflicts in England
Orange County Line

The Orange County Line is a commuter rail line run by Metrolink from Los Angeles through Orange County to Oceanside in San Diego County, connecting with the Coaster commuter rail service to San Diego. The Orange County Line carries passengers to the primary Metrolink hub at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, as well as to many attractions in Orange County including Angel Stadium of Anaheim and the Honda Center, the Disneyland Resort, Old Town Orange, and Mission San Juan Capistrano.

Public transportation in Southern California Public transportation in Orange County, California Metrolink lines Public transportation in San Diego County, California Public transportation in Los Angeles County, California
Big Bear City, California

Big Bear City is an unincorporated town and census-designated place in San Bernardino County, California immediately east of the city of Big Bear Lake. The population was 12,304 at the 2010 census, up from 5,779 at the 2000 census. The makeup of Big Bear City is mostly residential with smaller houses and cabins laid out in typical square block fashion. Despite the name, Big Bear City is not an incorporated city, and should not be confused with the adjacent incorporated city of Big Bear Lake.

Census-designated places in San Bernardino County, California
Asclepias tuberosa

Asclepias tuberosa is a species of milkweed native to eastern North America. It is a perennial plant growing to 0.3–1 metre (10 in–3 ft 3 in) tall, with clustered orange or yellow flowers from early summer to early fall. The leaves are spirally arranged, lanceolate, 5–12 cm long and 2–3 cm broad. This plant favors dry, sand or gravel soil, but has also been reported on stream margins. It requires full sun.

Medicinal plants Butterfly food plants Plants described in 1753 Flora of the Eastern United States Flora of Florida Garden plants of North America Asclepias Flora of Canada
Bradford, Vermont

Bradford is a town in Orange County, Vermont, United States. The population was 2,619 at the 2000 census.

Populated places established in 1765 Populated places in Orange County, Vermont Towns in Vermont Bradford, Vermont Populated places on the Connecticut River
Spud gun

A potato cannon (also known as a spud gun or "spudzooka") is a pipe-based cannon which uses air pressure (pneumatic), Propellant, or Propane/Gas, or combustion of a gaseous fuel, to launch projectiles at high speeds. They are built to fire chunks of potato, as a hobby, or to fire other sorts of projectiles, for practical use. The projectile can be dangerous and result in life-threatening injuries, including cranial fractures, if a person is hit.

Pneumatic weapons Air guns
Monofloral honey

Monofloral honey is a type of honey which has a high value in the marketplace because it has a distinctive flavor or other attribute due to its being predominantly from the nectar of one plant species. While there may never be an absolute monofloral type, some honeys are relatively pure due to the prodigious nectar production of a particular species, such as citrus (Orange blossom honey), or there may be little else in bloom at the time.

Orange Unified School District

Orange Unified School District (OUSD) is a public school district headquartered in Orange, California. Orange USD serves the cities of Orange and Villa Park, the unincorporated land of Silverado, and parts of Anaheim, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, and an unpopulated area of Yorba Linda. Its student enrollment during the 2004-2005 school year was 31,600.

Education in Orange, California School districts in Orange County, California
Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands

Princess Catharina-Amalia of the Netherlands, Princess of Oranje-Nassau, is the first child of Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange, the heir apparent to the throne of the Netherlands, and Princess Máxima of the Netherlands, his spouse.

Dutch people of Russian descent Royal children Dutch people of Spanish descent People from Wassenaar Living people Dutch people of German descent Dutch royalty Dutch princesses House of Orange-Nassau Dutch people of Portuguese descent Dutch people of Basque descent Dutch people of Argentine descent 2003 births Dutch people of Italian descent

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