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an abundant, usually overwhelming flow or fall, as of a river or rain

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Niagra Falls police also found Micken's car left abandoned downtown, according to (http://thegoldwater.com/news/6347-Ohio-Man-Stabs-and-Strangles-Woman-Drives-Corpse-to-Niagara-Falls) the Goldwater.com .
The firm specialises in Distech Controls, powered by Tridium's Niagra Framework, an open platform for web-based operator interaction.
Willamette Falls in Oregon City, is the largest waterfall in the West, second only to Niagra Falls.
Hornblower Niagra said RADWIN's wireless mobility solutions have enabled it to establish a secure network for Wi-Fi, security cameras, live streaming and point-of-sale (POS) equipment.
High Force in County Durham, the country's highest falls, looked more like a mini Niagra after the Tees swelled because of heavy downpours in the region.
As part of that, plans were announced to turn landmarks around the world blue and green - the official colours of the disease -including Niagra Falls.
195 Church Street in New Haven is a 263,938 s/f office building where First Niagra occupies 34,600 s/f.
The city is close to Niagra Falls which is a popular day trip.
Nortey all of Worcester; two brothers, Eugene "Jamie" Skeeters of Worcester and Albert Skeeters of South Carolina; a sister, Regina Skeeters of South Carolina; three beloved grandchildren, Jesye, Jekye and Kyley Nortey, Jr.; many nieces and nephews.Karen was born in Niagra Falls, New York, a daughter of the late Eugene and Pearl (Brown) Skeeters, Sr.
Naval Forces Northern Europe and Commander, SIXTH Fleet, Naples, Italy; Priority Material Office, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Norfolk Detachment, Earle Logistics Supply Center, N.J.; USS Hancock (DD 981); Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, R.I.; USS Seattle (AOE 3) and USS Niagra Falls (T-AFS 3).
Celebrations around the world ensued following the news on Monday, with blue lights issuing forth from as far as the Nelson Cathedral in New Zealand and the Niagra Falls in Canada, and congratulations flowing in from heads of state around the world.
June 30, 1859: French acrobat Blondin crosses over the Niagra Falls on a tightrope.
Kevin Hutchings's 'Romantic Niagara: Environmental Aesthetics, Indigenous Culture, and Transatlantic Tourism, 1794-1850' offers an equally rewarding account of the Great Lakes region as a focus of North American sublimity, with Niagra Falls as the idealised locus of poeticised, spiritualised geography.
Hernon Manufacturings President, Harry Arnon had this to say about its authorized integrator program, "Bliss Clearning Niagra has been a trusted and leading Manufacturer of ammunition manufacturing equipment since the 1800's and Hernon is proud to have BCN as an integrator of Hernon's ammunition sealing equipment.BCN continues to strictly adhere to our authorized integrator program by upholding the precision, reliability and value of the equipment as well as the high quality customer service we demand."
Villa's squad were able to fit in a sight-seeing trip to Niagra Falls between training and matches - but it was goals that continued to cascade.