Forest Hills

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Little Forest Hills, Dallas, Texas - Boundaries
... Little Forest Hills is a neighborhood in east Dallas ... Lake and Casa Linda shopping Center Currently Little Forest Hills is in the midst of an underground campaign to "Keep forest hills funky" ...
... The roadway once continued through Forest Hills to the edge of Franklin Park, but now ends at the South Street border of the Arboretum ... From there, traffic may either exit into Forest Hills next to Forest Hills Station or may continue onto the overpass towards Roxbury and Mattapan, Massachusetts ...
Bukharian Jewish - Emigrant Populations - United States
... in the borough of Queens, is often referred to as "Bukharan Broadway" or "Bukharian Broadway" in Forest Hills, Queens, is filled with Bukharan restaurants and gift shops ... Moussaieff Masson and, in Iphigenia in Forest Hills Anatomy of a Murder Trial, about the 2007 contract murder of Daniel Malakov organized by his ex-wife Mazoltuv Borukhova ... Jewish community of Queens (mainly Rego Park and Forest Hills) celebrated the opening of the Bukharian Jewish Community Center ...
Shoista Mullojonova - Personal Life and Later Career
... They had three children Anna (a businesswoman living in Forest Hills, Queens, New York), Negmat (PhD, based in Moscow), and Sofia (M.D ... The family settled in Forest Hills, New York ... In September 2005, in Forest Hills High School, Shoista sang for an audience who all came to celebrate her 80th birthday, including New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, former ...
Bellevue (MBTA Station) - Bus Connections
... All run from Forest Hills to points south and west ... - Forest Hills Station via Belgrade Ave ... Hospital - Forest Hills Station via Belgrade Ave ...

Famous quotes containing the words hills and/or forest:

    O my soul’s joy,
    If after every tempest come such calms,
    May the winds blow till they have wakened death!
    And let the laboring bark climb hills of seas
    Olympus-high, and duck again as low
    As hell’s from heaven!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Master of all sorts of wood-craft, he seemed a part of the forest and the lake, and the secret of his amazing skill seemed to be that he partook of the nature and fierce instincts of the beasts he slew.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)