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Rockall An uninhabited islet in the North Atlantic Ocean

Rockall is an uninhabitable granite islet located within the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of the United Kingdom, situated in the North Atlantic Ocean and is claimed by the United Kingdom as its territory.

in the United States

Waveland, Florida, was a community in what is now Martin County, Florida, which encompassed all of Sewall's Point, that part of Rio lying east of Warner Creek, and that part of Jensen Beach lying south of N.E. Center Street, more or less.

Wrigley Field Baseball stadium in Chicago, IL, US

Wrigley Field is a baseball park located on the North Side of Chicago, Illinois. It is the home of the Chicago Cubs, one of the city's two Major League Baseball (MLB) franchises. It first opened in 1914 as Weeghman Park for Charles Weeghman's Chicago Whales of the Federal League, which folded after the 1915 baseball season. The Cubs played their first home game at the park on April 20, 1916, defeating the Cincinnati Reds with a score of 7–6 in 11 innings. Chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr. of the Wrigley Company acquired complete control of the Cubs in 1921. It was named Cubs Park from 1920 to 1926, before being renamed Wrigley Field in 1927.

Waveland, Indiana Town in Indiana, United States

Waveland is a town in Brown Township, Montgomery County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 420 at the 2010 census.

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Waveland State Historic Site human settlement in Kentucky, United States of America

Waveland State Historic Site, also known as the Joseph Bryan House, in Lexington, Kentucky is the site of a Greek Revival home and plantation now maintained and operated as part of the Kentucky state park system. It was the home of the Joseph Bryan family, who followed Daniel Boone through the Cumberland Gap, and became an early settler and horseman of this region.

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Waveland (Danville, Kentucky) building in Kentucky, United States

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Waveland (Marshall, Virginia) human settlement in Virginia, United States of America

Waveland is a historic plantation house and farm located near Marshall, Fauquier County, Virginia. The mansion was built about 1835, and is a two-story, three bay by five bay, brick dwelling in the Greek Revival style. It has a front gable roof and sits on an English basement. A six-bay-wide, two bay-deep rear addition designed by noted English architect Edmund George Lind (1829–1909) was added in 1859, creating a "T"-plan dwelling. Also on the property are the contributing meat house, stuccoed frame farmhouse, cistern, stone spring house ruin, and stone slave quarters ruin.

Carters Run Rural Historic District The Carters Run Rural Historic District encompasses a large rural landscape in central northern Fauquier County

The Carters Run Rural Historic District encompasses a large rural landscape in central northern Fauquier County. Covering some 4,400 acres (1,800 ha), the district extends south from near Marshall southward along Carters Run Road, the only major paved road through the district. The district also includes properties accessible from Scotts Road and on the east side of Free State Road. Land use has for more than 200 years been almost entirely agricultural; there are no villages or commercial centers. The main structures in the district are farmhouses and agricultural outbuildings; the district notably includes the previously-listed Waveland plantation.

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