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Lake Todd is a lake in McLeod County, in the U.S. state of Minnesota.
Todd Lake is a natural lake near the crest of the Cascade Range in central Oregon in the United States. The lake covers 45 acres (18 ha). It is named in honor of John Y. Todd, an early settler in Central Oregon. Today, the lake and surrounding forest is managed by the United States Forest Service as part of the Deschutes National Forest. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife regularly stocks the lake with brook trout. There is a day-use area and a rustic campground located on the west shore of the lake. In the summer, Todd Lake is a popular outdoor recreation site for picnicking, fishing, hiking, and nature viewing. In the winter, trails in the Todd Lake area are used for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Lake Todd is a natural lake in South Dakota, in the United States.
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Sweeney Todd is a fictional character who first appeared as the villain of the Victorian penny dreadful serial The String of Pearls (1846–47).
Todd County is a county in the U.S. state of South Dakota. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 9,612. Todd County does not have its own county seat. Instead, Winner in neighboring Tripp County serves as its administrative center. Its largest city is Mission. The county was created in 1909, although it remains unorganized. The county was named for John Blair Smith Todd, a delegate from Dakota Territory to the United States House of Representatives and a Civil War general.
Todd N. Terry is an American DJ, record producer and remixer.
Loyalist College is an English-language college in Belleville, Ontario, Canada.
Patricia Canning Todd, was an American tennis player who had her best results just after World War II. In 1947 and 1948, she won a total of four Grand Slam championships: one in singles, two in women's doubles, and one in mixed doubles. She won these titles as a young mother.
Todd Darren McNair is an American football coach and former player. McNair previously worked for six years as the running backs coach for the USC Trojans football team, until the NCAA issued a one-year show-cause penalty against him as part of sanctions related to the ineligibility of one of his former players, Reggie Bush. McNair currently has a lawsuit pending against the NCAA for libel, slander, breach of contract and four other alleged offenses.
RV is a 2006 American family comedy film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, produced by Lucy Fisher and Douglas Wick, written by Geoff Rodkey, and starring Robin Williams, Cheryl Hines, Joanna "JoJo" Levesque, Josh Hutcherson, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jeff Daniels. Bob Munro and his dysfunctional family rent an RV for a road trip to the Colorado Rockies, where they ultimately have to contend with a bizarre community of campers. It was released on April 28, 2006, in North America, and was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on August 15, 2006.
Alley Cats Strike is a Disney Channel Original Movie. It premiered on March 18, 2000.
The Warner River is a 20.3-mile-long (32.7 km) river located in central New Hampshire in the United States. It is a tributary of the Contoocook River, part of the Merrimack River watershed.
Lake Malone State Park is a 338-acre (137 ha) state park located near Dunmor, Kentucky, in Muhlenberg County and extending into parts of Logan County and Todd County. In addition to the 788-acre (319 ha) Lake Malone, the natural features of the park include sandstone cliffs and a natural rock bridge.
The St. Louis Golf Classic was a golf tournament on the Nationwide Tour. It ran from 1994 to 1998. From 1994 to 1996 it was played at Lake Forest Golf & Country Club in Lake St. Louis, Missouri. In 1997 and 1998 it was played at Missouri Bluffs Golf Course in St. Charles.
David Todd Christofferson is a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He has been a general authority of the church since 1993. Currently, he is the ninth most senior apostle in the church.
Lake Solitude is a highland tarn located in western New Hampshire, United States, at the top of Sunapee Ridge between the main summit of Mount Sunapee and South Peak. The lake, covering 6 acres (2.4 ha), is approximately 832 feet (254 m) long by 383 feet (117 m) wide and is located within Mount Sunapee State Park in the town of Newbury. A popular hiking destination, Lake Solitude is accessible via the Andrew Brook Trail, the Newbury Trail, or the long-distance Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail. White Ledge, elevation 2,720 feet (830 m), rises steeply above the lake's west shore and provides expansive views. The lake is considered an important habitat for rare species and is off limits to swimmers and dogs.
Death Drums Along the River is a 1963 British-German international co-production, using the characters from Edgar Wallace's 1911 novel Sanders of the River and Zoltán Korda's 1935 film based on the novel, but placed in a totally different story. Filmed on location in South Africa, it features Richard Todd and Marianne Koch leading a cast of British, German and South African actors. The film was the first feature film of British producer Harry Alan Towers.
Keepers of Youth is a 1932 British drama film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Garry Marsh, Ann Todd and Robin Irvine. It was based on the 1929 play Keepers of Youth by Arnold Ridley, and marked the film debut of Ann Todd.
Ward Springs is an unincorporated community in Birchdale Township, Todd County, Minnesota, United States. It is along State Highway 28 near Todd County Roads 2 and 19. Nearby places include Grey Eagle, Melrose, and Sauk Centre.
Hamish Richard Walker is a New Zealand politician and Member of Parliament in the House of Representatives for the National Party.
James Mulherrin Todd was an American electrical and consulting engineer in New Orleans, and 68th president of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 1949-50.