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Cipularang Toll Road

The Cipularang Toll Road is a toll road on Java, Indonesia. Opened on 2005, this road connects the Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road and the Padaleunyi Toll Road. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk. The names comes from abbreviation of (Ci)kampek - (Pu)rwakarta - Pada(larang). This toll road stretches along the mountains so the track is going up and downhill and many bends and bridges.==Lighting ==As this toll road runs along hills which don't have access to electricity, PT Jasa Marga Tbk installs... read more

Tol Tol, Victoria

Tol Tol is a locality in Victoria, Australia, located approximately 8 km from Robinvale.A Tol Tol Post Office was open between 1924 and 1926 before being replaced by Bannerton. read more

Tol Air

Tol Air (Tol Air Services Inc.) was a charter and cargo airline based at airlineLuis Muñoz Marín International Airport in airlineLuis Muñoz Marín International AirportSan Juan, Puerto Rico . It was established in 1981 and started operations on 16 May 1983. It operated daily cargo charter flights from Puerto Rico to 10 destinations in the airlineLuis Muñoz Marín International AirportSan Juan, Puerto RicoCaribbean . In April 2006, Tol Air was purchased by airlineLuis Muñoz Marín International... read more

Tol Eressëa

In early versions of J. R. R. Tolkien 's J. R. R. Tolkienlegendarium (see: '' J. R. R. TolkienlegendariumThe History of Middle-earth ''), Tol Eressëa was an island visited by the Anglo-Saxon traveller Ælfwine (in earlier versions, Eriol) which provided a framework for the tales that later became '' ÆlfwineThe Silmarillion ''. The name is the Elvish for "Lonely Island". In early versions, the ElvishCottage of Lost Play is located in Kortirion, the island's main city, and it is here that... read more

Leon Tol

Leon Tol (born 14 January 1987 in Volendam) is a Dutch former professional footballer who currently plays as a centre back for Rijnsburgse Boys. He formerly played for FC Volendam. read more

Nick Tol

Nick Tol (born 3 May 1989 in Volendam) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for SV Spakenburg in the Dutch Topklasse. He formerly played for FC Volendam. read more

Chahar Tol

Chahar Tol (, also Romanized as Chahār Tol) is a village in Baghak Rural District, in the Central District of Tangestan County, Bushehr Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 33, in 9 families. == References ==Category:Populated places in Tangestan County read more

Tol Siah

Tol Siah or Tall-e Siah or Tall Siah or Tol-e Siah or Tol Seyah or Tall-e Siyah or Tal-e Siyah () may refer to: read more

Tol, Mersin

Tol (or Tolköy) is a small village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a part of Mezitli district which is an intracity district of Greater Mersin. It is situated between a creek and a high hill in the Toros Mountains. At the distance to Mersin is . It is one of the least populated villages of the province with a population of only 120 as of 2012. ==References==Category:Populated places in Mersin ProvinceCategory:Populated places in Mezitli District read more

Tol Hansse

Tol Hansse (born Hans van Tol, 3 April 1940 - 29 April 2002) was a Dutch singer and musician. He was the son of cabaret artist Jacques van Tol. Because of his father's history of collaboration during World War II he changed his name. Hansse played trumpet accompanying Tom Manders, and was in the rock band The Sharks with Clous van Mechelen. He had a modestly successful career as a singer-songwriter in the 1970s. Van Mechelen wrote the music for his biggest hit, "Big City" (1978), still considered... read more

Tol Rigi

Tol Rigi or Tall-e Rigi or Tal Rigi or () may refer to: read more

Tol Polui

Tol Polui (, also Romanized as Tol Polū’ī; also known as Taleh Palā’ī and Tom Polū’ī) is a village in Darz and Sayeban Rural District, in the Central District of Larestan County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 16, in 5 families. == References ==Category:Populated places in Larestan County read more

Anthony Tol

Dr. Anthony "Tony" Tol (11 May 1943, Boskoop - 2 July 2014) served in the Documentation Center of the VU University in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as an archivist for the collection of materials assembled there for 19th Century historical developments in that country. Tol did his undergraduate studies at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and then received his PhD in philosophy under D. H. Th. Vollenhoven, professor of philosophy at VU. Tony Tol became an active proponent of a method for study... read more

Tol Avery

Tol Avery (August 28, 1915 – August 27, 1973) was an American film and television character actor with more than a hundred screen appearances between 1950 and 1974.Early in his career, Avery appeared as "Dennison" in an episode of the 1953-1954 ABC situation comedy, ''The Pride of the Family''. Fay Wray played Catherine Morrison, and Paul Hartman portrayed her husband, Albie Morrison. Natalie Wood and Robert Hyatt played their children, Ann and Junior Morrison, respectively. Larry J. Blake filled... read more

Richard Tol

Richard S. J. Tol (born 2 December 1969, Hoorn, the Netherlands) is a professor of economics at the University of Sussex. He is also professor of the economics of climate change at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He is a member of the Academia Europaea.==Academic career==Tol obtained an M.Sc. in econometrics & operations research in 1992 and a Ph.D. in economics in 1997 at the VU University Amsterdam. His doctoral thesis was titled, ''A decision-analytic treatise of the enhanced greenhouse effect''.... read more


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