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Wates is the capital of Kulon Progo Regency, in Yogyakarta Special Region on Java, Indonesia. It is located about 25 km to the west of Yogyakarta.

Wates Group

The Wates Group is one of the largest family owned construction, property services and development companies in the United Kingdom.

Cyril G. Wates was an author, mountain climber, and amateur astronomer who lived in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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The skunk ape, also known as the swamp cabbage man, swamp ape, stink ape, Florida Bigfoot, Louisiana Bigfoot, myakka ape, swampsquatch, and myakka skunk ape, is a humanoid creature said to inhabit the U.S. states of Florida, North Carolina, and Arkansas, although reports from Florida are most common. It is named for its appearance and for the unpleasant odor that is said to accompany it.

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. is an American international corporation whose principal business is selling gases and chemicals for industrial uses. Air Products' headquarters is in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania, in the United States. Air Products is the Lehigh Valley's third largest employer, after Lehigh Valley Hospital and St. Luke's Hospital. Leonard P. Pool founded the company in 1940. Its French subsidiary, headquartered in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, was the site of a terrorist attack on June 26, 2015. Air Product's current CEO and Chairman is Sefi Ghasemi.

WATE-TV ABC affiliate in Knoxville, Tennessee

WATE-TV is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 26 from a transmitter on Sharp's Ridge in North Knoxville. Owned by Nexstar Media Group, WATE has studios in the Greystone mansion on North Broadway/SR 33/SR 71/US 441.

WBXX-TV CW affiliate in Crossville, Tennessee

WBXX-TV is a CW-affiliated television station serving Knoxville, Tennessee, United States that is licensed to Crossville. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on virtual and UHF channel 20 from a transmitter at Windrock, Buffalo Mountain outside Oliver Springs, Tennessee. Owned by Gray Television, WBXX is part of a duopoly with Knoxville-licensed CBS affiliate WVLT-TV ; the two stations share studios on Papermill Drive on the city's westside.

Young Broadcasting, LLC was an American media company that owned or operated 12 television stations in 10 markets with a total U.S. television household coverage of 5.9%. The company was formerly known as Young Broadcasting Inc. and was the outgrowth of the ad representation firm Adam Young Inc., which was founded in 1944 by Adam Young. Previously a public company, Young Broadcasting voluntarily declared Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on February 13, 2009 to restructure its debts.

Darren Jude Wates is a former Australian cricketer who played first-class and limited overs cricket for Western Australia.

House Mountain (Knox County, Tennessee) Mountain in Corryton, Tennessee

House Mountain is a mountain located in Corryton, Tennessee, United States, about 8 miles (13 km) northeast of Knoxville. Rising to an elevation of 2,064 feet (629 m) above sea level, House Mountain is the highest point in Knox County.

H. Hasan Aroeboesman Airport airport

H. Hasan Aroeboesman Airport, also known as Ende Airport or Isi Airport, is an airport in Ende, Flores island, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The airport serves as the point of entry to the Kelimutu National Park, which is located 60 km from the airport.

Greystone (Knoxville, Tennessee) Historic home in Knoxville, Tennessee

Greystone, also called the Camp House, is a prominent historic home in Knoxville, Tennessee, that houses the studios and offices of WATE-TV. It is an imposing structure, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The mansion is located at 1306 Broadway.

Winterbrook is a small settlement in the English county of Oxfordshire, which adjoins the south end of Wallingford and sits on the west bank of the Thames. In 1974 it was transferred from Berkshire. Although having been part of the adjacent parish of Cholsey for centuries, its proximity to Wallingford resulted in its being absorbed into that town for administrative purposes in 2015. This change was effected despite the strenuous and long-term objections of the residents.

Randell "Randy" Tyree is a Tennessee politician who served as mayor of Knoxville from 1976 to 1983 and was the Democratic candidate for Governor in 1982.

WRJZ is a Christian talk radio station in Knoxville, TN that broadcasts on 620 AM with 5000 watts in a non-directional daytime pattern and a five-lobed night-time directional pattern. It is owned by Tennessee Media Associates.

Shepherd Building Group

The Shepherd Building Group Ltd. was one of the largest privately owned construction groups in the UK, but restructured in 2015 to focus on its Portakabin portable buildings businesses.

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St Richards Church, Ham Church in Richmond , United Kingdom

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WateReuse is an international group of individuals and organizations working together to create a new source of water. WateReuse's main focus is reclaimed water and desalination. The promotion of such methods is the central purpose for WateReuse. With this as the core for the organization, WateReuse is able to concentrate their efforts into finding the right process and technology that goes into purifying water. WateReuse's goal is to find high-quality water in abnormal water sources through supporting water projects, with safety as a key factor in mind. WateReuse consists of two sectors, WateReuse Association and WateReuse Research Foundation, that makes these goals possible. Both have separate Board of Directors, but share the same goal. This nonprofit organization is located across the United States. WateReuse Association has seven state sections and an international division.

Beamont Collegiate Academy is a mixed secondary school in the Orford area of Warrington, Cheshire, England. The school is named after William Beamont, a Victorian philanthropist and the first mayor of Warrington.