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Survivor: Official site. Includes profiles on the original contestants, video clips, games, and commentary (similar sites)

Mount Holyoke College: Founded by Mary Lyon in 1837, when higher education for women was a revolutionary idea, Mount Holyoke College is the nation's oldest continuing institution of higher education for women, the first of the "Seven Sister" colleges, and one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the country (similar sites)

Ophelia: A Moist Page: Extensive picture gallery, audio and video clips, discography, lyrics, biographies, newsletters, press archive, interviews, message board (similar sites)

Texas Woman's University: Located in Denton this public university is primarily for women, and offers baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees. The emphasis is on liberal arts and sciences, and specialized or professional studies (similar sites)

Erie County, Ohio: Contains history of the county, officials, parks, and tourism information (similar sites)

Congressman Dennis Ross: Official site of U.S. Representative Dennis Ross from Florida's 15th district, Republican party (similar sites)

Turbolinux, Inc.: Distribution, products, and services for large scale, to small scale and web businesses. Strong in Asia Pacific region, largest Asian distribution, founded 1992. Sites in English, Chinese, Japanese (similar sites)

gov.sg - Singapore Government: The official website of the Government of Singapore (similar sites)

California Secretary of State - Ballot Measures: Information about each initiative and referendum, from signature gathering to ballot placement (similar sites)

Grand Masonic Lodge of Ohio: Free and Accepted Masons. Community programs, awards, Lodge locator, general Masonic information and links (similar sites)

Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire: Official website of the Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire, the largest Masonic Province under the Grand Lodge of England (similar sites)

THOMAS - H.R.4279: Official U.S. Library of Congress information about HR 4279, Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property Act of 2008 (PIPA). Includes summary, full text, sponsors and congressional actions (similar sites)

The Virtual Tourist: Interactive site aimed at sharing travel knowledge. Includes chat, forums, travelogues, photos and maps (similar sites)

Town of Okotoks: Official site of the town, with general information about its businesses, government and tourism (similar sites)

Calendar of Events: Meetings of interest to TeX users, maintained by TUG (similar sites)

The Church of Satan: The official Church of Satan website as founded by Anton LaVey. Includes membership information, news, essays, policy statements, historical documents and links (similar sites)

United Free Church of Scotland: Official site. General assembly reports, links to congregations, church history, press releases and statement of faith (similar sites)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology: Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology: Department overview and contact information (similar sites)

Life of Apollonius of Tyana: Selected articles from a translation (by F.C. Conybeare) of Philostratus's classic biography (circa 220 C.E.) (similar sites)

Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.: The official site from Volkswagen about their resurrection of the marque. Contains a history, and profiles of the new models. Also in French, German and Italian (similar sites)

NH.gov: Official New Hampshire state website. Provides links to the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the state government, plus facts about the state, directory of cities and towns, business, education, and visitor information links, and an agency telephone directory (similar sites)

Adobe - Dreamweaver: Available as a single app or part of Creative Cloud. Pay per month (similar sites)

Zagreb Stock Exchange: Facts, figures, charts, indices, listed securities, reports, and links to legislation and banking information (similar sites)

Dr. Billy Taylor's 'What is Jazz': Dr. Billy Taylor, noted jazz pianist and educator gives an introduction of jazz, america's classical music, in this four part artsedge lecture series, given at the Kennedy Center in 1995. The entire series is available in realaudio 3.0 format, with cross indexing by subject (similar sites)

United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE): MAJCOM home page: news, news archive, base newspapers, news photos (lots), fact sheets, leaders, FAQ (similar sites)

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