John Day


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National Parks
Name Type1 Location Year authorized Size
acres (hectares)
Description
Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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John Day,

river, 281 mi (452 km) long, rising in several branches in the Strawberry Mts., NE Oreg., and flowing W, then N to the Columbia River. Unnavigable, the river is used to irrigate vegetable farms. Within the river valley is the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, containing well-preserved fossils of plants and animals as well as the striking Painted Hills and the cliffs of the Clarno Palisades (see National Parks and MonumentsNational Parks and Monuments

National Parks
Name Type1 Location Year authorized Size
acres (hectares)
Description
Acadia NP SE Maine 1919 48,419 (19,603) Mountain and coast scenery.
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Day, John,

1522–84, English printer. At his London shop Day designed and made type for himself, but not for sale. His types included musical notes and the first Anglo-Saxon type. He printed the first English book of church music (1560) and the first English edition of John Foxe's Book of Martyrs (1563), though not under that title (see Foxe, JohnFoxe, John,
1516–87, English clergyman, author of the noted Book of Martyrs. He early became a Protestant and, when Mary Tudor became queen, he fled from England to Strasbourg.
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). His edition of Euclid was the first English translation of that work. Day's printer's mark was a rising sun, a sleeper awakening, and the motto, "Arise, for it is Day."

Day, John,

1574?–1640?, English dramatist. Educated at Cambridge, he was one of Philip HensloweHenslowe, Philip
, c.1550–1616, English businessman and theatrical manager. Although he managed the Rose Theatre, Bankside, London, and the Fortune Theatre, Cripplegate, London, he is best remembered for his association with his son-in-law Edward Alleyn and the Admiral's
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's group of playwrights, collaborating with Thomas DekkerDekker, Thomas,
c,1570–1632, English dramatist and pamphleteer. Little is known of his life except that he frequently suffered from poverty and served several prison terms for debt. He began his literary career c.1598 working for Philip Henslowe.
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, Henry Chettle, and others. The allegorical masque The Parliament of Bees, which was written c.1607 (pub. 1641) is his only important work. His other plays include The Isle of Gulls (1606) and The Travels of Three English Brothers (1607).
References in classic literature ?
In the course of another day they left the main branch of Salmon River, and proceeded south toward a pass called John Day's defile.
Onward, therefore, the little band urged their way, keeping along the course of a stream called John Day's Creek.
In this way they urged their slow and painful course to the south down John Day's Creek, until it lost itself in a swamp.
Robert M'Lellan joins the Party- John Day, a Virginia Hunter.
This was John Day, a hunter from the backwoods of Virginia, who had been several years on the Missouri in the service of Mr.
These tracts of public land would provide recreational access and views to Sutton Mountain, the Painted Hills and John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, and additionally connect to the Wild and Scenic John Day River.
16 will take up the contentious issue of tolling Portland-metro interstate highways at a meeting hundreds of miles away, in John Day.
John Day is accused of taking the purse from a handbag and then using a bank card found inside to purchase goods, including an Xbox for himself.
Prairie City is a hub for several rides in and around the upper John Day River basin.
The Archbishop was accompanied by Ven John Day of the Archbishop's staff, a member of the Archbishop Youth Trust, Kate Brown, Lay Chair of Deanery Synod and Revd Paul Peverell and the Vicar of Great Ayton, Newton and Nunthorpe DAWN MCNAMARA PHOTOGRAPHY
Also making its US premiere in Queens is John Day's animated film, 'Matud Nila (According to Them)'-a collection of 24 stories about a small town in the Philippines.
John Day, a town of 1,700, nearly died two years ago.