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William Augustus Henderson
Henderson may refer to:Contents1 People, families 2 Places2.1 Argentina 2.2 Australia 2.3 Canada 2.4 New Zealand 2.5 United States of America3 Geographic features 4 Companies 5 Constructs5.1 Airports 5.2 Churches 5.3 Schools 5.4 University6 See alsoPeople, families[edit] Henderson (surname), description of the surname, and a list of people with the surname Clan Henderson, a Scottish clanPlaces[edit] Argentina[edit]Henderson, Buenos Aires, the district capital of Hipolito Yrigoyen PartidoAustralia[edit]Henderson, Western AustraliaCanada[edit]
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Henderson (surname)
Henderson is a common Scottish surname. The name is derived from patronymic form of the name Hendry, which is a Scottish form of Henry. Some Hendersons also derive their name from Henryson.[1] The surname Henderson is borne by numerous unrelated families in Scotland. For example, the Hendersons of Fordell, in Fife, were the chief Lowland family of the name. This family descended from a family of Henrysons, from Dumfriesshire. A branch of Clan Gunn
Clan Gunn
also bears the name. According to tradition, this family descends from Henry Gunn, a younger son of a chief of the Gunns who lived in the 15th century. The Hendersons of Glencoe derive their surname from the Gaelic MacEanruig. The surname was unknown in England prior to the 17th century and is first mentioned in a marriage document between one of the Borders Hendersons and the daughter of a Carlisle merchant at Hexham
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Henderson Group
Henderson Group
Henderson Group
plc was a global investment management company with its principal place of business in the City of London
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Henderson (crater)
Henderson is a crater on the far side of the Moon. It is located to the east of the huge walled plain Mendeleev. This is a worn crater with a shallow rim. No significant craters overlie the rim or interior, but a smaller, worn crater is attached to the southern outer rim. A ridge of material runs from the northwest rim to the midpoint of the floor. Henderson lies within the eroded remains of a larger and older crater-like feature. Satellite craters[edit] By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Henderson.Henderson Latitude Longitude DiameterB 7.6° N 153.2° E 18 kmF 4.7° N 155.7° E 14 kmG 3.6° N 155.8° E 46 kmQ 3.4° N 151.0° E 17 kmReferences[edit]Andersson, L. E.; Whitaker, E. A. (1982). NASA
NASA
Catalogue of Lunar Nomenclature. NASA
NASA
RP-1097.  Blue, Jennifer (July 25, 2007)
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Henderson Inlet
Henderson Inlet is a small, southern inlet of Puget Sound, Washington State, situated between Budd Inlet
Budd Inlet
to the west and Nisqually Reach to the east. It is located in Thurston County and the nearest city is Olympia, the state capital. Henderson Inlet was named in 1841 by Charles Wilkes, commander of the United States Exploring Expedition, after James Henderson, who served as quartermaster.[1][2] A variant name is "South Bay".[3]Contents1 History 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The shores of Henderson Inlet were once inhabited by the Nisqually people, of whom one branch, the Noosehchatle, had a settlement named Tuts'e'tcaxt in the Woodard Bay area, on the western shore of the inlet
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Henderson Island (Pitcairn Islands)
Henderson Island (formerly also San Juan Bautista and Elizabeth Island) is an uninhabited island in the south Pacific Ocean. It is one of the world's last two raised coral atolls whose ecosystems remain relatively unaffected by human contact.[1] Ten of its 51 flowering plants, all four of its land birds and about a third of the identified insects and gastropods are endemic – a remarkable diversity given the island's size.[2] Measuring 9.6 kilometres (6.0 mi) by 5.1 kilometres (3.2 mi), it has an area of 37.3 square kilometres (14.4 sq mi) and is located 193 kilometres (120 mi) northeast of Pitcairn Island. It has poor soil and little fresh water, and is unsuitable for agriculture
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Henderson Island (Shackleton Ice Shelf)
Henderson Island
Island
is an ice-covered island 17 kilometres (9 nmi) long and rising to 240 m (787 ft), lying 17 kilometres (9 nmi) southeast of Masson Island
Island
within the Shackleton Ice Shelf. Henderson Island
Island
was discovered in August 1912 by the Western Base Party of the Australian Antarctic Expedition
Australian Antarctic Expedition
under Sir Douglas Mawson and named by him for Prof. G. C
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Henderson Islets
The Henderson Islets
Henderson Islets
are a group of two adjacent small rocky islands, with a combined area of 0.41 ha, in south-eastern Australia. They are part of Tasmania’s Trefoil Island Group, lying close to Cape Grim, Tasmania’s most north-westerly point, in Bass Strait.[1] Fauna[edit] The islet form part of the Hunter Island Group Important Bird Area.[2] Recorded breeding seabird and shorebird species include little penguin, fairy prion, sooty oystercatcher, black-faced cormorant and Caspian tern.[1] References[edit]^ a b Brothers, Nigel; Pemberton, David; Pryor, Helen; & Halley, Vanessa. (2001). Tasmania’s Offshore Islands: seabirds and other natural features. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery: Hobart. ISBN 0-7246-4816-X ^ BirdLife International. (2011). Important Bird Areas factsheet: Hunter Island Group
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Henderson Land Development
Henderson Land Development
Henderson Land Development
Co. Ltd. (Chinese: 恒基兆業地產有限公司; SEHK: 0012) is a listed property company based in Hong Kong and a constituent of the Hang Seng Index. The company's principal activities are property development and investment, project management, construction, hotel operation, department store operation, finance, investment holding and infrastructure. It is the third largest Hong Kong real estate developer by market capitalisation
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Henderson China
Henderson China
China
Holdings is a large real estate developer in China. Lee Shau Kee
Lee Shau Kee
has been the company's chairman and managing director since 1976. See also[edit]Real estate in ChinaReferences[edit]
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D. And W. Henderson And Company
David & William Henderson and Company was a Scottish marine engineering and shipbuilding company, based on Clydeside. The company was founded in 1872 and continued to operate until 1936. The company shipyard was on the northern banks of the River Clyde
River Clyde
at the point where the River Kelvin
River Kelvin
joins the Clyde. The Office Buildings still exist and were owned and run as Haulage Businesses. Firstly as Duncan Barbour Ltd and then by Clyde Port Authority as Scotway Ltd.[1] The company was founded in 1835 as Tod and Macgregor by David Tod and John Macgregor carrying out marine engineering work.[2] In 1844 an account is given (complete with drawings)[3] of the engine they built for the river steamer Invincible. This was a 'steeple' type engine rated at 85hp, with 49in piston diameter, and 50in stroke. This directly drove the 16ft diameter paddle wheels, which were 5ft 8in wide
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Henderson's
Henderson's, better known as The Bomb Shop, was a bookshop at 66 Charing Cross Road, London
London
known for publishing and selling both radical left and anarchist writing and modernist literature. The shop was founded in 1909,[1] and was a father and son operation run by Francis Riddell Henderson, formerly the London
London
representative of Walter Scott Publishing.[2] The shop was bought by Eva Collet Reckitt, and became the first of the Collet's chain of left-wing bookshops.[1][3] Shop[edit] Few records exist of Francis Henderson's
Henderson's
early life, but he had connections with Russian émigrés and developed a passion for Russian literature, especially the works of Tolstoy. This drew him into the circle of Vladimir Chertkov, a prominent Tolstoyan
Tolstoyan
and a pacifist anarchist, and from there into London's radical scene
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Henderson's Relish
Henderson's Relish, known locally as 'Enderson's, Hendo's, Reli or simply "Relish", is a spicy and fruity condiment, similar in appearance to Worcestershire sauce, but which contains no anchovies. It is made of water, sugar and spirit vinegar with a selection of spices and colouring. Some adherents favour it due to its unique taste, and some out of regional loyalty. It is also vegan. The comedian Tom Wrigglesworth said of Henderson's Relish
Henderson's Relish
that while outsiders think the condiment is Sheffield's answer to Worcestershire sauce, Sheffielders think it is the answer to everything.[1] Certainly Henderson's Relish
Henderson's Relish
has an extremely loyal following among the people of South Yorkshire. It was Henry Henderson who first began manufacturing his own special type of sauce back in the latter part of the 19th century
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Henderson Motorcycle
Henderson was a manufacturer of 4-cylinder motorcycles from 1912 until 1931. They were the largest and fastest motorcycles of their time,[citation needed] and appealed to sport riders and police departments. Police favored them for traffic patrol because they were faster than anything else on the roads. The company began during the golden age of motorcycling, and ended during the Great Depression.[1]Contents1 Henderson Motorcycle
Henderson Motorcycle
Co.1.1 The founders: William and Tom Henderson1.1.1 1911 prototype 1.1.2 1912 Henderson Four 1.1.3 1913 Model B 1.1.4 Heath-Henderson B-4 1.1.5 1914 Model C 1.1.6 1915 Model D and E 1.1.7 1916 Model F 1.1.8 1917 Model G2 Excelsior Motor Mfg. and Supply Co.2.1 1918 Model H 2.2 1919 Model Z and Z-2 2.3 Arthur O
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Henderson Township (other)
Henderson Township may refer to the following places in the United States:Contents1 Arkansas 2 Illinois 3 Michigan 4 Minnesota 5 Nevada 6 North Carolina 7 North Dakota 8 PennsylvaniaArkansas[edit]Henderson Township, Hot Spring County, Arkansas Henderson Township, Union County, ArkansasIllinois[edit]Henderson Township, Knox County, IllinoisMichigan[edit]Henderson Township, MichiganMinnesota[edit]Henderson Township, Sibley County, MinnesotaNevada[edit]Henderson Township, NevadaNorth Carolina[edit]Henderson Township, Vance County, North CarolinaNorth Dakota[edit]Henderson Township, Cavalier County, North DakotaPennsylvania[edit]Henderson Township, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania
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Henderson Executive Airport
Henderson Executive Airport
Airport
(IATA: HSH, ICAO: KHND, FAA LID: HND) is a public airport located 11 nautical miles (20 km; 13 mi) south of the central business district of Las Vegas, in Clark County, Nevada, United States. The airport is owned by Clark County[1] and operated by the Clark County Department of Aviation. According to the FAA's National Plan of Integrated Airport
Airport
Systems for 2009-2013, it is categorized as a reliever airport.[2] It was originally known as Sky Harbor Airport, but was renamed in 1996 when it was purchased by Clark County to be used as a reliever airport for McCarran International Airport. Although most U.S. airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Henderson Executive Airport
Airport
is assigned HND by the FAA[1] and HSH by the IATA[3] (which assigned HND to Haneda Airport
Airport
in Tokyo, Japan[4])
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