Housing Units (2000): 7602
Land area (2000): 4.197408 sq. miles (10.871236 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.997192 sq. miles (2.582716 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 5.194600 sq. miles (13.453952 sq. km)
FIPS code: 46668
Located within: New York (NY), FIPS 36
Location: 40.659475 N, 73.553608 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 3649
Land area (2000): 484.877069 sq. miles (1255.825790 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 9.847158 sq. miles (25.504022 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 494.724227 sq. miles (1281.329812 sq. km)
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 41.154660 N, 98.011398 W
Merrick County, NE
Merrick may refer to:
Merrick ( Gaelic: Mearaig) is the highest mountain in the Southern Uplands of southern Scotland and is part of the Range of the Awful Hand. The line of sight from Merrick to Snowdon is theoretically the longest in the British Isles.
Merrick (2000) is the seventh book in Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles series. This book brings together Rice's vampires and the Mayfair Witches.
Merrick is a station on the Babylon Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. It is officially located on Sunrise Highway, between Hewlett Avenue and Merrick Avenue, in Merrick, New York. However, the parking areas for the station expand well beyond the given location.
Merrick is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Merrick is a masculine given name which may refer to:
- Merrick Bremner (born 1986), South African professional golfer
- M. E. Carn (1808–1862), 48th Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
- Merrick Cockell (born 1957), British politician
- Merrick Fry (born 1950), Australian artist
- Merrick Garland (born 1952), chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
- Merrick James-Lewis (born 1992), English footballer
- Merrick Thomson (born 1983), Canadian former professional lacrosse player
- Merrick Watts (born 1973), Australian comedian, radio host and television presenter
- Merrick Wing (1833-1895), American politician
Usage examples of "merrick".
Assumptions were unreliable: I assumed that there was an adverse party working the same field as Merrick and I and feeding the Polanski unit with doped info until its turn came to be wiped out and I assumed that the K.
The worst hazard of them all is a mission formulated on false concepts and in this case it was his belief that Merrick was just another second secretary willing to do a little bit on the side for the U.
Trask looked at Jake, and as the down draught from the chopper built up he turned to the telepath Liz Merrick.
Merrick could keep his ear to the ground and at the same time pass back info on the K.
This wasn't so much an example of typical Russian split-mindedness as a pointer to indecision on the part of the authorities: first they'd tried to 'soften up the workers by leniency' -- according to Merrick -- and then they'd gone on to 'the other tack', and they obviously still weren't sure whether to clean up dissident factions by secret arrests or scream their misdeeds from the housetops as a deterrent.
Merrick, whom Charlie had never forgiven for causing him to sell the van Gogh, advised us to appoint Robert Fleming to be our merchant bankers in the runup to the flotation.
At last Merrick appeared with the opened envelope and the parchment paper in her hand.
Some kind of persecution complex, with Liz Merrick his 'partner' taking on the role of the Inquisition, or of a spy at the very least.
Atop the highest mast, Merrick spotted the Tethyrian standard, two green sea lions bearing a golden star, fluttering lazily.
Nevertheless, it worries me dreadfully that Merrick secludes herself there for days on end.
Allow me to continue by saying only that I quickly realized that the sound came from hummingbirds in this vast overgrown place, and when I stood quite still beside Merrick, I fancied I saw them hovering as they do, near the fiercely sprawling flower-covered vines of the shed roof.
I escorted Louis into the parlor, and there sat Merrick clothed in a shirtwaist dress of white silk, quite relaxed, in one of Great Nananne's old mahogany chairs.
Merrick Mayfair, in a crisp white linen shirtwaist dress, had a white scarf wrapped around her face and neck and a large pair of sunglasses that almost masked her face.
In another moment all three of the Wamphyri had abandoned the snowplough and were inside the blockhouse - and Liz Merrick went with them, like a loose-limbed doll, flopping on Szwart's shoulder.
On the way back to the Hotel Kuznia I stopped the taxi at a telephone kiosk and spoke to Merrick.