Sugar Loaf

Some articles on sugar loaf:

Sugar Loaf, New York - Geography
... Sugar Loaf is a hamlet of roughly 6 miles length and 5 miles width ... The Village of Sugar Loaf lies within the Town of Chester, and hence shares its area code and exchange, 845, 469 ... The Hamlet of Sugar Loaf predates the later Town Of Chester, and it was originally administered under the Town Of Warwick ...
Sugar Loaf Islands - Marine Protected Area
... In 1986, an area encompassing the Sugar Loaf Islands was protected as a marine park ... of the protection, through the enacting of the Sugar Loaf Islands Marine Park Act in 1991 ... the 1404 ha Tapuae Marine Reserve was established adjacent to the Sugar Loaf Island Marine Protected Area (SLIMPA) ...
Little Sugar Loaf
... Little Sugar Loaf, also called Giltspur Mountain (Irish Giolspar, earlier name Beannach Bheag), is a hill in County Wicklow, Ireland ... It is situated East-North-East of the Great Sugar Loaf, separated from it by the N11 dual carriageway ... The northern side of Little Sugar Loaf directly overlooks the town of Bray the eastern side (see photo) looks across the R761 between Bray and Greystones to the western slope of Bray Head ...
List Of Marilyns In Ireland - Wicklow - Wicklow Hills (north)
... Mullaghcleevaun 374 ... O067070 Great Sugar Loaf Tonelagee 204 ... O085015 Kippure 264 ... O115154 Djouce 202 ... O178103 Scarr 232 ... O132018 Sorrel Hill 599 154 ...
Battle Of Wilmington - Battle - Sugar Loaf Line
... forces under General Robert Hoke occupied the Sugar Loaf Line north of Fort Fisher ... On February 11 Schofield attacked the Sugar Loaf Line with Alfred Terry's corps and drove back the defenders ...

Famous quotes containing the words loaf and/or sugar:

    What do you do in the Grand Hotel? Eat, sleep, loaf around, flirt a little, dance a little. A hundred doors leading to one hall. No one knows anything about the person next to them. And when you leave, someone occupies your room, lies in your bed. That’s the end.
    William A. Drake (1900–1965)

    You have witchcraft in your lips, Kate. There is more
    eloquence in a sugar touch of them than in the tongues of
    the French council.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)