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Mount Vernon, Ohio
... Mount Vernon is a city in Knox County, Ohio, United States ... The city is named after Mount Vernon, the plantation owned by George Washington ...
Mount - Other Meanings
... Mount (grappling), a grappling position Mountain, a landform Copulation, the union of the sex organs in mating Riding animal, any animal that can be ...
Victoria Cross Ranges
... and peaks Mountain/Peak metres feet namesake Snaring Mountain 2,931 9,617 Mount Bridgland 2,930 9,613 Morrison Bridgland Mount Mahood 2,896 9,502 Consort ...
Mount Healthy, Ohio - History
... Mount Healthy was founded in 1817 as the village of Mount Pleasant ... In 1850, the town renamed itself "Mount Healthy", following a cholera epidemic, in which many of its citizens survived while those in the surrounding territory did not ...
Mount Vernon, Ohio - Economy
... Mount Vernon was the birthplace of Cooper Industries ... of reciprocating natural gas (and other gasses) compressors, is also located in Mount Vernon ... of the founders of Ariel, was a former engineer for Cooper Industries Mount Vernon ...

Famous quotes containing the word mount:

    As every pool reflects the image of the sun, so every thought and thing restores us an image and creature of the supreme Good. The universe is perforated by a million channels for his activity. All things mount and mount.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    If you would feel the full force of a tempest, take up your residence on the top of Mount Washington, or at the Highland Light, in Truro.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    On the 31st of August, 1846, I left Concord in Massachusetts for Bangor and the backwoods of Maine,... I proposed to make excursions to Mount Ktaadn, the second highest mountain in New England, about thirty miles distant, and to some of the lakes of the Penobscot, either alone or with such company as I might pick up there.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)