455 Area Code

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  • The Chinese Telephone Code Plan is the way to group telephone numbers in the mainland of the People’s Republic of China. Land lines and mobile phones follow different systems: land lines use area codes, while mobile phones do not.
  • A three-digit number that identifies one of the telephone service regions into which the US, Canada, and certain other countries are divided and that is dialed when calling from one area to another
  • a number usually of 3 digits assigned to a telephone area as in the United States and Canada
  • A telephone numbering plan is a type of numbering scheme used in telecommunications to allocate telephone numbers to subscribers and to route telephone calls in a telephone network. A closed numbering plan, such as found in North America, imposes a fixed total length to numbers.

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  • .455 Webley is a British handgun cartridge, most commonly used in the Webley top break revolvers Marks I through VI.
  • New Jersey Transit operates or contracts out the following routes within Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties.
  • * March 16—Valentinian III is murdered by former soldiers of Aetius, in revenge for Valentinian’s killing of Aetius the previous year. Also his primicerius sacri cubiculi, Heraclius, is killed. * 17 March—Petronius Maximus becomes Emperor. He is later killed by an angry mob.

455 area code

455 area code – Herodian: History

Herodian: History of the Empire, Volume II, Books 5-8 (Loeb Classical Library No. 455)
Herodian: History of the Empire, Volume II, Books 5-8 (Loeb Classical Library No. 455)
The History of Herodian (born ca. 178–179 CE) covers a period of the Roman empire from the death of the emperor Marcus Aurelius (180 CE) to the accession of Gordian III (238), half a century of turbulence, in which we can see the onset of the revolution which, in the words of Gibbon, “will ever be remembered, and is still felt by the nations of the earth.” In these years, a succession of frontier crises and a disastrous lack of economic planning established a pattern of military coups and increasing cultural pluralism.
Of this revolutionary epoch we know all too little. The selection of chance has destroyed all but a handful of the literary sources that deal with the immediate post- Antonine scene. Herodian’s work is one of the few that have survived, and it has come down to us completely intact. Of the author we know virtually nothing, except that he served in some official capacity in the empire of which he wrote. His History was apparently produced for the benefit of people in the Greek-speaking half of the Roman empire. It betrays the faults of an age when truth was distorted by rhetoric and stereotypes were a substitute for sound reason. But it is an essential document for any who would try to understand the nature of the Roman empire in an era of rapidly changing social and political institutions.
The Loeb Classical Library edition of Herodian is in two volumes.

Fishtown (19125 Zip Code) Real Estate Update

Fishtown (19125 Zip Code) Real Estate Update
Above are some statistics for the Real Estate market in Fishtown (19125 Zip
Code) for the first half of 2008. Below is a list of all properties that
have sold in the area over the past 90 days.

5257403 RES STL 19125 2512 N Water St $26,000 3 1/0 RTC 06/02/2008
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5258167 RES STL 19125 2514 N Water St $26,000 3 1/0 RTC 06/02/2008 1
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5332865 RES STL 19125 2409 Coral St $29,000 2 1/0 RTC 06/10/2008 1
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5294327 RES STL 19125 2654 Emerald St $30,000 3 1/0 RTC 04/21/2008
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5294911 RES STL 19125 2132 E Hagert St $35,000 2 1/0 RTC 04/28/2008
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5294995 RES STL 19125 2128 E Hagert St $35,000 2 1/0 RTC 04/28/2008
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5295005 RES STL 19125 2130 E Hagert St $35,000 2 1/0 RTC 04/28/2008
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5332622 RES STL 19125 2642 Coral St $37,000 3 1/0 RTC 05/23/2008 7
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5351386 RES STL 19125 2458 Amber St $50,000 5 1/0 RTC 06/18/2008
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Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5348719 RES STL
19125 1767 Frankford Ave $51,000 0 0/0 RTC 06/30/2008 3 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5271911 RES STL
19125 2638 Collins St $56,800 2 1/0 RTC 06/13/2008 11 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5304835 RES STL
19125 2531 Emerald St $57,000 2 1/0 RTC 04/28/2008 2 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5236603 RES STL
19125 2321 E Cabot St $60,000 2 1/0 RTC 05/15/2008 2 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5314300 RES STL
19125 2408 Coral St $60,000 3 1/0 RTC 05/09/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5304139 RES STL
19125 2123 E Norris St $62,000 0 0/0 RTC 06/19/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5255011 RES STL
19125 1867 Blair St $62,500 2 1/0 RTC 04/18/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5315096 RES STL
19125 2217 E Letterly St $63,000 2 1/0 RTC 06/13/2008 5 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5315062 RES STL
19125 2532 Memphis St $68,000 2 1/0 RTC 04/25/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5255805 RES STL
19125 2650 Tilton St $75,000 2 1/0 RTC 05/06/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5372631 RES STL
19125 2216 E Fletcher St $77,000 3 1/0 RTC 07/11/2008 2 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5315078 RES STL
19125 2549 Memphis St $80,000 2 1/0 RTC 06/19/2008 5 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5306299 RES STL
19125 2005 E Fletcher St $85,000 2 1/0 RTC 06/04/2008 12 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5174753 RES STL
19125 1131 Shackamaxon St $85,000 2 1/0 Sng 05/05/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5264517 RES STL
19125 2022 E Huntingdon St $85,000 4 1/0 RTC 04/18/2008 10 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5140121 RES STL
19125 143 E Lehigh Ave $86,000 3 1/0 RTC 04/17/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5219731 RES STL
19125 2607 Coral St $87,000 2 1/0 RTC 06/27/2008 3 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5355040 RES STL
19125 2551 E Lehigh Ave $87,000 3 1/0 RTC 06/13/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5162815 RES STL
19125 2028 E Huntingdon St $90,000 4 1/0 RTC 04/25/2008 7 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5282085 RES STL
19125 2031 E Letterly St $92,500 2 1/0 RTC 04/28/2008 12 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5216585 RES STL
19125 2663 Tulip St $95,000 3 1/0 RTC 05/30/2008 6 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5323748 RES STL
19125 1300 Marlborough St $100,100 4 1/0 RTC 06/20/2008 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: History] [image: Info] 5212435 RES STL
19125 2549 Sepviva St $108,000 2 1/0 RTC 04/30/2008 1 [image:
Public Records] [image: Map] [image: H

Downtown Tucson, Arizona (8)

Downtown Tucson, Arizona (8)
Tucson (pronounced /?tu?s?n/) is a city in and the county seat of Pima County, Arizona, United States, located 118 miles (188 km) southeast of Phoenix and 60 miles (98 km) north of the U.S.-Mexico border. As of July 1, 2006, a Census Bureau estimate puts the city’s population at 525,529, with a metropolitan area population at 1,023,320 as of July 1, 2008. In 2005, Tucson ranked as the 32nd largest city and 52nd largest metropolitan area in the United States. It is the largest city in southern Arizona and the second largest in the state. Tucson is the site of the University of Arizona.

Major incorporated suburbs of Tucson include Oro Valley and Marana northwest of the city, Sahuarita south of the city, and South Tucson in an enclave south of downtown. Communities in the vicinity of Tucson (some within or overlapping the city limits) include Casas Adobes, Catalina, Catalina Foothills, Flowing Wells, Green Valley, Tanque Verde, New Pascua, Vail and Benson.

The English name Tucson derives from the Spanish name of the city, Tucson [tuk?son], which was borrowed from the O’odham name Cuk ?on (pronounced [??k ??n], roughly "chook shown"), meaning "at the base of the black [hill]", a reference to an adjacent volcanic mountain. Tucson is sometimes referred to as "The Old Pueblo".

Tucson was probably first visited by Paleo-Indians, known to have been in southern Arizona by about 12,000 years ago. Recent archaeological excavations near the Santa Cruz River have located a village site dating from 4,000 years ago. The floodplain of the Santa Cruz River was extensively farmed during the Early Agricultural period, circa 1200 BC to AD 150. These people constructed irrigation canals and grew corn, beans, and other crops while gathering wild plants and hunting animals. The Early Ceramic period occupation of Tucson saw the first extensive use of pottery vessels for cooking and storage. The groups designated by archaeologists as the Hohokam lived in the area from AD 600 to 1450 and are known for their red-on-brown pottery.

Jesuit missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino visited the Santa Cruz River valley in 1692, and founded the Mission San Xavier del Bac about 7 miles (12 km) upstream from the site of the settlement of Tucson in 1700. The Spanish established a walled fortress, Presidio San Agustin del Tucson, on August 20, 1775 (near the present downtown Pima County Courthouse). Eventually the town came to be called "Tucson" and became a part of Mexico after Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821. Following the Gadsden purchase in 1853, Tucson became a part of the United States of America, although the American military did not formally take over control of the community until March 1856. From August 1861, until mid-1862, Tucson was the capital of the Confederate Arizona Territory. Until 1863, Tucson and all of Arizona was part of New Mexico Territory. From 1867 to 1877, Tucson was the capital of Arizona Territory. The University of Arizona, located in Tucson, was founded in 1885.

By 1900, 7,531 people lived in the city. At about this time, the US Veterans Administration had begun construction on the present Veterans Hospital. Many veterans who had been gassed in World War I and were in need of respiratory therapy began coming to Tucson after the war, due to the clean dry air. The population increased gradually to 13,913 in 1910, 20,292 in 1920, and 36,818 in 1940. In 2006 the population of Pima County, in which Tucson is located, passed one million while the City of Tucson’s population was 535,000.

During the territorial and early statehood periods, Tucson was Arizona’s largest city and commercial center, while Phoenix was the seat of state government (beginning in 1889) and agriculture. The establishment of Tucson Municipal Airport increased its prominence. Between the 1910 and 1920, Phoenix surpassed Tucson in population, and has continued to outpace Tucson in growth. However, both Tucson and Phoenix have experienced among the highest growth rates in the U.S.

According to the United States Census Bureau, Tucson has a total area of 195.1 square miles (505.3 km?), of which, 194.7 square miles (504.2 km?) of it is land and 0.4 square miles (1.1 km?) of it (0.22%) is water.

The city’s elevation is 2,389 ft (728 m) above sea level. Tucson is situated on an alluvial plain in the Sonoran desert, surrounded by five minor ranges of mountains: the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Tortolita Mountains to the north, the Santa Rita Mountains to the south, the Rincon Mountains to the east, and the Tucson Mountains to the west. The high point of the Santa Catalina Mountains is 9,157-foot (2,791 m) Mount Lemmon, the southernmost ski destination in the continental U.S., while the Tucson Mountains include 4,687-foot (1,429 m) Wasson Peak.

The city is located on the Santa Cruz River, formerly a perennial river but now a dry river bed for much of the year (called a "wash" locally) that

455 area code

Garden Song 455-3 Window Mounted 14-Ounce Glass Hummingbird Feeder
Fourteen-ounce glass window hummingbird feeder with two sculpted-flower feeding stations with bee guard. Slide-action bracket attaches quickly and securely to window and allows for easy bottle removal for filling and cleaning.

Designed to bring hummingbirds right to a window for close observation, this feeder mounts quickly on glass with two suction cups and remains secure. It’s made of tempered glass to resist scratching, has a capacity of 14 ounces, and slides on and off the mounting bracket for simple, easy refilling. (Nectar not included.) There are two plastic flower-blossom feeding stations with bee guards and perches. The feeder weighs 1-1/2 pounds, sticks out 3-1/4 inches from a window, and is 8-1/2 inches high. –Fred Brack


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