Fairest River, with Monongohela River forms Ohio River at Pittsburgh, PA.
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- of or relating to or located in the Allegheny Mountains 2. [n] - a river that rises in Pennsylvania and flows north into New York and then back south through Pennsylvania again to join the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh which is the beginning of the Ohio River
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Al'le·ghe`ny adjective 1.
Of or pertaining to the Allegheny Mountains, or the region where they are situated. Also Al'le*gha`ny 2.
[ From the Allegheny
River, Pennsylvania.] (Geol.)
Pertaining to or designating a subdivision of the Pennsylvanian coal measure.
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Allegheny River noun
a river that rises in Pennsylvania and flows north into New York and then back south through Pennsylvania again to join the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh which is the beginning of the Ohio River
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• (a.) Of or pertaining to the Allegheny Mountains, or the region where they are situated. Also Al`le*gha`ny.
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county, southwestern Pennsylvania, U.S., consisting of a hilly region on the Allegheny Plateau bounded to the southeast by the Monongahela and ...
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[SEPTA Broad Street Line station]
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Allegheny (ăl'ugā"nē, ăl'ugä"nē) , river, 325 mi (523 km) long, rising in N central Pa., and flowing NW into N.Y., then SW through Pa. to the Monongahela River, with which it forms the Ohio River at Pittsburgh; drains 11,580 sq mi (29,992 sq km). Be...
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[SEPTA Market-Frankford Line station]
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The Diocese of Allegheny was created from the Diocese of Pittsburgh on 11 January 1876, and Bishop Michael Domenec appointed as its ordinary. The new diocese had 8 counties, with an area of 6530 sq. miles, leaving the parent diocese 6 counties, and an area of 4784 sq. miles. When Bishop Domenec died, the see was suppressed as
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Prehistoric weapons - PrehistoricWeapons001.jpg ...
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[SEPTA Market–Frankford Line station]
As with the nearby Somerset and then Huntingdon Stations, Allegheny is located over a five-way intersection. Access to the station from street-level can be found at the southwest and northeast corners of Kensington and Allegheny Avenues. The access point on the northeast corner of Kensington & Alleghe
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[SEPTA Regional Rail station]
Allegheny is a SEPTA Regional Rail station located along the Manayunk/Norristown Line located at 22nd Street and Allegheny Avenue in the Swampoodle neighborhood of North Philadelphia. It has also been known in Reading and early SEPTA timetables as 22nd Street or Twenty-Second Street. Allegheny Station is the fi
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Allegheny is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County`s light rail network. The stop serves the North Shore neighborhood and other adjacent North Side neighborhoods. Heinz Field, the Pittsburgh Steelers football stadium; Rivers Casino; Stage AE amphitheater; Community College of Allegheny County`s Allegheny Campus;
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