Spring Hill

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Spring Hill Music Group
... Spring Hill Music Group is a Contemporary Christian record label based in the United States ... As of July 2007, the Spring Hill Music Group is home to nineteen different Christian artists and produces the Shout! (Series) and Songtime Kids record series ...
Spring Hill (HM Prison) - The Prison Today
... Spring Hill is a Category D open resettlement prison for male adults ... Most of the prisoners held at Spring Hill are long-term inmates, transferred from other prisons for the last few years of their sentence ... HMP Spring Hill offers a range of employment and education courses ...
Spring Hill (Norwalk)
... Spring Hill is a section of Norwalk, Connecticut named after the hill on which most of the neighborhood sits ... About 9,000 people live in Spring Hill, a densely populated part of the city where condominiums have been built in recent decades ... The Spring Hill Neighborhood Association is an advocacy group for the community ...
Spring Hill, New South Wales (Orange) - Mining
... to construct a branch railway from the sidings at Spring Hill to the mines at Cadia where they had agreed to remove the ironstone overlay for processing ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings At Colleges And Universities In The United States - Finlandia University - Spring Hill College
... Site name Image Date listed Location City Summary Sodality Chapel 01984-10-18October 18, 1984 Spring Hill College Mobile, Alabama Spring Hill College Quadrangle 01973-08-17August 17, 4307 ... Old Shell Rd Mobile ...

Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or spring:

    Tawny are the leaves turned, but they still hold.
    It is the harvest; what shall this land produce?
    A meager hill of kernels, a runnel of juice.
    Declension looks from our land, it is old.
    John Crowe Ransom (1888–1974)

    Honour, thou first didst close
    The spring of all delight,
    Denying water to the amorous thirst;
    Torquato Tasso (1544–1595)