Humboldt

[n] - German philologist noted for his studies of the relation between language and culture (1767-1835) 2. [n] - German naturalist who explored Central and South America and provided a comprehensive description of the physical universe (1769-1859)
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Humboldt

Baron Karl Wilhelm von Humboldt noun German philologist noted for his studies of the relation between language and culture (1767-1835)
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Humboldt

county, northwestern Nevada, U.S., bordering Washoe county on the west and the state of Oregon on the north. The county consists mostly of mountains ...
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Humboldt

[electoral district] Humboldt was a federal electoral district in Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1904 to 1953. When it was created in 1903, it was part of the Northwest Territories. When Saskatchewan became a province in 1905, Humboldt riding was in that province. It was abolished in 1952 when it was redi
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Humboldt

[provincial electoral district] Humboldt is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. Located in central Saskatchewan, this constituency was one of 25 created for the 1st Saskatchewan general election in 1905. Incorporated as a city in 2000, Humboldt (pop. 4,998) is the largest center in the ridin
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Humboldt

[crater] The rim of Humboldt is low, worn, and irregular in outline. The central peak forms a range on the crater floor. The floor surface contains a network of clefts forming a pattern of radial spokes and concentric arcs. There are also some dark patches located near the walls to the northeast, northwest, and southeast. There is a chain o
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Humboldt

Humboldt (hŭm'bōlt) , city (1990 pop. 9,651), Gibson co., W central Tenn.; inc. 1865. It is a trade and processing center in a region yielding fruits (especially strawberries) and vegetables. Humboldt also has several granite and marble works and some diverse manufacturing.
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Humboldt

Humboldt, river, c.300 mi (480 km) long, rising in several branches in the mountains of NE Nev. It meanders generally west to disappear in Humboldt Sink, W Nevada. Along with its tributaries, the Humboldt drains most of N Nevada. Its length varies with the season, and its volume decreases downstream...
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Humboldt

[steamer] The Humboldt was a wooden steamer built in Eureka, CA in 1896. She sailed on the Alaska route for many years, and operated between San Francisco and Los Angeles between 1919 and 1932, when she was withdrawn from service. She was purchased by the White Flyer Line in 1919, and by the Los Angeles San Francisco Navigation Company in 1
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Humboldt

[community] Humboldt is an unincorporated community located in the town of Humboldt, Brown County, Wisconsin, United States. Humboldt is located at the junction of County Highways N and T {convert|9|mi|km} east of Green Bay. ...
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