The word lake is a noun. Lake means (1) a body of (usually fresh) water surrounded by land, (2) any of numerous bright translucent organic pigments, (3) a purplish red pigment prepared from lac or cochineal.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word lake.
- Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe is a freshwater lake
that is located in the Sierra Nevada region of the United States on the border of California and Nevada. It is the largest alpine lake in North America, attracting about three million people to its shoreline each year.
- Michigan Map
Michigan is the 22nd largest state in the USA, bordered by Lake
Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, and the Canadian Province of Ontario.
- Wisconsin Map
Wisconsin is the 25th largest USA state, bounded by Lake
Superior to the north, Illinois to the south, Minnesota and Iowa to the west, and Lake Michigan and the state of Michigan to the east.
- Dock Directory
Check out this boat dock solutions provider directory for information about boat docks and dock builders in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a boat dock on a blue water lake.
- Water Sport Directory
Browse this water sports company directory for information about water sports products and services in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a young man waterskiing on a lake.
- Stockholm Map
Located on the east coast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake
Malaren, Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, is a city built on water. The city is made up of 24,000 islands.
- Minnesota Map
Minnesota is the 14th largest state in the USA, bordered by Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Lake
Superior, and the Canadian Provinces of Ontario and Manitoba. This site includes several maps of Minnesota.
- Pennsylvania Map
Pennsylvania is the 32nd largest state in the USA, bordered by New York, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Delaware, West Virginia, and Lake
Erie. Visit this site to view printable road maps of Pennsylvania.
- The University of Utah
The University of Utah, located in Salt Lake
City, has a total enrollment of almost 29,000 students and 2700 faculty. Economics and Political Science are the two most prevalent undergraduate majors. The University offers professional graduate degrees in many areas including: Architecture, Music, Business, Law, Pharmacy, Social Work, Audiology, Public Health, and more. Students can apply online.
Utah's state capital is Salt Lake
City. Learn about the Utah state government's operations and services. Browse the Utah resident and visitor information, and read about business, employment, and education in the Beehive State.
- The University of Vermont
UVM is located in Burlington overlooking Lake
Champlain. It was founded in 1791. There are over 9000 undergraduates and 1350 graduate students plus 406 medical students. There are PhD programs in many of the sciences. The school has 9 fraternities and 5 sororities. Kiplinger's calls UVM a best value
public university. Prospective students can find out about visiting and applying on the website.
- The Dead Sea
Located south of Jericho, between Israel and Jordan, the Dead Sea is a fascinating body of water that is actually the deepest saltwater lake
in the world. Its banks are the lowest land elevation on planet Earth.
- Dakota State University
The primary purpose of Dakota State University at Madison in Lake
County is to provide instruction in computer management, computer information systems, electronic data processing and other related undergraduate and graduate programs. The secondary purpose is to offer two-year, one-year and short courses for application and operator training.
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