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Parke -- U.S. County in Indiana
Population (2000): 17241
Housing Units (2000): 7539
Land area (2000): 444.773630 sq. miles (1151.958364 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 5.321436 sq. miles (13.782456 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 450.095066 sq. miles (1165.740820 sq. km)
Located within: Indiana (IN), FIPS 18
Location: 39.763805 N, 87.219238 W
Parke, IN
Parke County
Parke County, IN

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And turns out there were plenty more picked up on the Deep Space Network—Goldstone and all those others, Parkes in Australia, you know—at least the higher-frequency modes, the upper hybrid ones, the descending helicons that go"—he whistled a scale—"

Nobody's linked Gable to Monique or Reed Parkes in any business sense.

It was as necessary to separate Parkes and Robertson as it was to keep Elizabeth and Ruby apart.

Robertson, Parkes, even those crass fellows who woo the working class are adamant that the Chinese are a danger, that the immigration of Chinese to Australia must stop.

The Irish-ancestry part of Kinross’s population seethed with indignation when Premier Sir Henry Parkes, speaking in the parliament, informed its members that Irish immigration must be held down in order to make sure that the proper British feel of the colony be preserved, together with the dominance of Protestant religions.

Alexander has been made a Knight Commander of the Royal Order of the Thistle, which means he outranks Henry Parkes and John Robertson, relegated to St.

Sir Henry Parkes can’t be the first prime minister because he died last year.

Parkes almost had to take him by the throat to get it in writing, and then we ploughed back to the boat in the dark, past the huge gloomy fort-buildings, with slow-fuse mines which the Chinks had thoughtfully left behind exploding here and there.

Baron Parke, after laying down that in general a party is not required to make profert of an instrument to the possession of which he is not entitled, says that there is an exception "in the cases of heir and executor, who may plead a release to the ancestor or testator whom they respectively represent.