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Thornhill Primary School is the name of several schools.

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Thornhill, Southampton human settlement in United Kingdom

Thornhill is a suburb of Southampton, United Kingdom, situated on the eastern border of the city and bounded by three major roads. According to the 2001 census the population was 11,460. The under 16s represent 23.4% of the population, 5% more than the city figure of 18.2%; the over 65s represent 17.4%, again, higher than the city average of 14.5%.

Thornhill, Cardiff human settlement in United Kingdom

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Thornhill, Ontario Suburban district in York, Ontario, Canada

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Francistown Place in North-East District, Botswana

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Thamaga Village in Kweneng District, Botswana

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Thornhill Academy, formerly known as Thornhill School, is a coeducational secondary school located in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England.

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