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Originally appearing in Volume V02, Page 320 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ARARAT, a municipal town of Ripon county, Victoria, Australia, 130 M. by rail W.N.W. of Melbourne. Pop. (Igor) 3580. It lies at an elevation of 1028 ft. towards the western extremity of the Great Dividing range. It is the commercial-ARASON centre of the north-western grain and wool-producing district and is also noted for its quartz and alluvial gold-mines. Excellent wine is made, and flour-milling, leather-working, brick and candle making and soap-boiling are the chief industries. The district also yields the best timber in great quantity. Granite, bluestone, limestone and slate abound in, the neighbourhood.
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ARAPAHO (possibly from the Pawnee for " trader ")
ARARAT (Armen. Massis, Turk. Egri Dagh, i.e. " Pain...

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