The Villages is located in central Florida approximately one hour north of Orlando. As of 2015, The Villages Sales and Information Center is located at 1000 Lake Sumter Landing in The Villages, Florida.
H. Gary Morse is the name of the investor who owns and manages the Villages retirement community in Ocala, Florida. Morse controls many aspects of life on the large property, including the local radio and television station, many of the commercial spaces and the Village's 39 golf courses.
"Village Life" is a Facebook social city-building game sponsored by Playdemic. It revolves around a lost, homeless, married couple wandering in the forest. The wife is pregnant, and it is up to the villagers to find and provide food and shelter for them. Friends get together to build a community.
A global village refers to a world connected by electronics and technology. The term was coined and popularized by Marshal McLuhan, a Canadian philosopher.
The Chinese New Year begins at the end of the last month of the Chinese calendar, a date that varies every year according to the lunar calendar. The date is typically between mid-January and mid-February on the Gregorian calendar.
Many terms are used to refer to the top of a mountain, including cap, crest, mountaintop, peak, pinnacle and summit. The highest mountain peak in the world is Mount Everest in the Himalayas.
Value Village is owned by Tom Ellison, Leonard Green and Partners, L.P. and TPG. Tom Ellison is the son of the founder of Value Village, and Leonard Green and Partners, L.P. and TPG are private equity firms.
Old Village produces the same color paints that 18th and 19th century craftsmen used. Available since 1816, Laney's Old Village interior and exterior paints are historically appropriate for Colonial, Federal and Victorian style buildings. Many historic areas, such as Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg
Chinese names comprise a given name and a family name. Some common given names include Jing, Chen, Dong, Xue, Zhong, Yi, Li, Xin, Jian, Shou and Fu. The most common family names are Li, Wang and Zhang, followed by Liu, Chen, Yang, Zhao, Huang, Zhou, Wu, Xu, Sun, Hu, Zhu, Gao, Lin, He, Guo and Ma.
Some Chinese words are "shi," "bu shi," "xie xie," "bu yong xie" and "qing." Other Chinese words are "zai jian, "fa yuv," "wov," "wov men" and "niv."