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Amite

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Amite a.k.a. Amite City is a large-in-area town in and the parish seat of Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 4,110 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Hammond Micropolitan Statistical Area.

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Google previewDebow's Review (1851)

Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial Progress and Resources

The Amite is a beautiful stream, with high banks, well timbered, clean water, and navigable to a distance of 25 or 30 miles.

Google previewDe Bow's New Orleans Monthly Review (1851)

by James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow, Robert Gibbes Barnwell, Edwin Bell, William MacCreary Burwell

The Amite is a beautiful stream, with high banks, well timbered, clean water, and navigable to a distance of 25 or 30 miles.

Google previewDe Bow's Review of the Southern and Western States (1851)

The Amite is a beautiful stream, with high banks, well timbered, clean water, and navigable to a distance of 25 or 30 miles.

Google previewLouisiana (1914)

Comprising Sketches of Parishes, Towns, Events, Institutions, and Persons, Arranged in Cyclopedic Form by Alcée Fortier

Amite is an important station on the Illinois Central R. R., and is a shipping point of considerable importance for lumber and small fruits. In the early spring strawberries and garden vegetables are shipped by car-load lots. There are several ...

Google previewMosby's Textbook for Long-Term Care Nursing Assistants - Elsevieron VitalSource (2014)

by Clare Kostelnick

Amite is a very small spider-like organism (Fig. 18-5). The female mite burrows into the skin and lays eggs. When the eggs hatch, the females produce more eggs. The person becomes infested with mites. Fig. 18-4 Scabies. (From Marks JG ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Medical Terminology (2000)

by Janet Amundson Romich

Amite is an insect with a hard exoskeleton and paired, jointed legs. Mange (mänj) is a common term for skin disease caused by mites. There are different types of mange such as sarcoptic (sahr-kohp-tihck) or demodectic (deh-mö-dehck-tihck) ...

Google previewEngineering and Mining Journal (1878)

d amite is that by it an immensely strong ex losive is obtained, which rs estimated to be about six times stronger t ran black wder in effective force, and yet which is unquestionably a safer material to transport, handle, use or store than black ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Mississippi History (1907)

Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions and Persons by Dunbar Rowland

Amite: Lewis Perkins, John Lowry. Wayne: James Patton. Washington: James Caller, William McGrew. Madison: Gabriel Moore, Peter Perkins, Hugh McVay.

Google previewThe World Almanac and Encyclopedia (1905)

Adams Alcorn Amite Attala Benton Bolivar. Calhoun Carroll Chickasaw, ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Abbreviations (1998)

by Oxford University Press

of Railway Signalling Engineers AMISIIIIGCE Associate Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers AMITA Associate Member of the Industrial Transport Association AMITE 0 AMSERT AMITE (USA) Associate Member of the Institute.

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1956)

by Hans Kurath

amiste — amite • amit n. Also amet, aumet, amis, amice, amuce.

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