Beacon Hill

[n] - a fashionable section of Boston
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Beacon Hill

noun a fashionable section of Boston; site of the Massachusetts capital building
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Beacon Hill

(from the article `Boston`) ...skillfully transformed an 18th-century English town into a 19th-century American city. Bulfinch designed the central portion of the present State ...
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Beacon Hill

[train] The Beacon Hill was a daily {convert|157|mi|km|adj=on} commuter rail service operated by Amtrak between Boston, Massachusetts, and New Haven, Connecticut, from 1978 to 1981. The Beacon Hill was one of the last long-haul commuter services operated by Amtrak. Service consisted of a single rush-hour round trip, with service eastbound t...
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Beacon Hill

[Link station] Beacon Hill is a station on Sound Transit`s Link Light Rail system. It is situated between the Mount Baker and SODO stations on the Central Link line, which runs from Seattle–Tacoma International Airport through Rainier Valley to Downtown Seattle. The station is located {convert|160|ft|m|0} under the southeast corner of Bea...
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Beacon Hill

[Branford, Connecticut] Beacon Hill, (est.) {convert|130|ft|m|0} above sea level, is a traprock outcrop located {convert|1.2|mi} southeast of New Haven, Connecticut overlooking the mouth of the Farm River 1.2 miles north of Long Island Sound. It is the southern-most notable summit of the Metacomet Ridge which extends from Long Island Sound ...
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Beacon Hill

HMCS Beacon Hill was a Canadian frigate of 1445 tons displacement launched in 1943. HMCS Beacon Hill was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots and carried a complement of 140. She was armed with two 4 inch dual-purpose guns and ten 20 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is a name shared by many hills, suburbs, villages and other places around the world. Many are so called because they were historically the site of a warning beacon. Others are named after other places of the same name. ==Places== ===In Australia=== ===In Canada=== ===In Hong Kong=== ===In Ireland=== ===In the United Kingdom=== The Unit...
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Beacon Hill

[California] Beacon Hill, formerly known as Chocolate Drop Mountain, is the tallest summit of a range of granite hills surrounding and running northeastward from Lake Norconian, at the extreme northwest of the Temescal Mountains, in Norco, California. Rex Clark, owner of the Norconian Resort, sought to draw attention to his resort by buildi...
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Beacon Hill

[Hindhead, Surrey] Beacon Hill, while ecumenically and administratively part of Hindhead, Surrey, is a discrete settlement with its own history, amenities and character. Demographically and geographically it is larger than the settlement at Hindhead crossroads. There are three churches, a primary school, a shopping area and a range of sport...
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