Chapel Hill

  1. a town in central North Carolina; site of the University of North Carolina
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  • Often the offenders engaged board a few miles from Chapel Hill and had a jolly time "rusticating," reading novels, hunting or fishing. History of the University of North Carolina. Volume I: From its Beginning to the Death of President Swain, 1789-1868
  • A veteran of Korea and Viet Nam, he retired to Chapel Hill and taught la crosse, the game which gained him All = American recognition at the Naval Academy. OpEdNews - Quicklink: John Edwards' Father-In-Law Dies at 87
  • Moreover, all of these demographic slices of the electorate are predominantly relocating to "ideopolis" urban areas -- high-tech metropolitan cities surrounded by extensive exurbs, like Denver-Boulder, Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, and so forth. In Medias Res
  • Yeah, a cyclist knows that, but a true tifoso knows that the original Celeste Celeste Classico is a sky blue color similar to the UNC Chapel Hill shade. Worst of NYC Craigslist Bike Ads: Spikes and Troughs
  • On Saturday night residents in Chapel Street and Meeting Street anxiously watched as torrents of water poured down the Chapel Hill and the Back Lane.
  • He has, for example, been taking a 5-year-old girl suffering from the painful genetic disorder metachromatic leukodystrophy from the airport in Somerset, N.J., to one in Chapel Hill, N.C., since she was 2 years old. J. Weekly
  • Gene's studies in zoology began at age 15 at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
  • A research project at UNC-Chapel Hill is trying to develop a user-friendly filter for searching the Congressional Record.
  • From its well-preserved historic districts to its quiet winding streets and its bustling downtown area, Chapel Hill certainly lives up to its nickname as the 'Southern Part of Heaven.' Karen Rubin: National Trust for Historic Preservation Names 2011 List of America's Dozen Distinctive Destination
  • Patricia C. Gregory-Lynch, 45, an assistant professor in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine since 2005, died June 13 at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, N.C., of a cerebral edema, or swelling in the brain. Patricia C. Gregory-Lynch; Reuben R. Levine; Suzanne S. Jacobsen; John J. 'Jack' Hughes
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