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List Of County Routes In Erie County, New York (225–256) - County Route 241
... County Route 241 Location Aurora–Elma Length 2.61 mi (4.20 km) County Route 241 is a 2.61-mile (4.20 km) highway in the towns of Aurora and Elma ... with US 20A, NY 16, and NY 78 in the village of East Aurora ... At the East Aurora village line, the highway's character becomes more suburban, with homes more widely spaced ...
East Aurora High School - NJROTC
... East Aurora is also known for its involvement in the Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps, or NJROTC ... East Aurora's NJROTC has been the Area 3-Wast Champions for the past several years ... Upon this achievement, East Aurora has gone to Navy Nationals held in NAS Pensacola, FL for the past seven years ...
List Of County Routes In Erie County, New York (513–544) - County Route 528
528 Location Elma Length 3.9 mi (6.3 km) County Route 528 is an east–west route in the town of Elma named West Blood Road ... Street (NY 16, NY 78, and CR 572) 1.5 miles northeast of East Aurora ... Route 528 travels through the south part of Elma, north of the town of Aurora, and village of East Aurora ...
East Aurora, New York - Cultural References
... (played by Chris Eigeman) says that he will soon be taking a train to East Aurora, where he will meet his "stepmother of untrammeled malevolence, quite possibly to be murdered." ...

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    What’s this, Aurora Leigh,
    You write so of the poets and not laugh?
    Those virtuous liars, dreamers after dark,
    Exaggerators of the sun and moon,
    And soothsayers in a tea-cup? I write so
    Of the only truth-tellers, now left to God,—
    The only speakers of essential truth,
    Opposed to relative, comparative,
    And temporal truths;...
    The only teachers who instruct mankind,
    From just a shadow on a charnel-wall.
    Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806–1861)

    Biography is a very definite region bounded on the north by history, on the south by fiction, on the east by obituary, and on the west by tedium.
    Philip Guedalla (1889–1944)