|park in Oklahoma, Mayes County||Mission Bend|
|$100 note, being 100 in number, county subdivision, group of 100, large number, number 100, number third from decimal point, numbers 100 to 999, position third from decimal point, years of a century||hundred|
|(India) park ground, open area||maidan|
|(Informal) resident of Oklahoma (USA); worker from Oklahoma (USA); native of Okinawa (island southwest of Japan) (derogatory)||Okie|
|36 square miles, area governed by town meeting, city, small town; district, region, subdivision of a county, urban settlement for black people||township|
|American Indian tribe that formerly inhabited Mississippi (now reside in Oklahoma); language of the choctaw Indian tribe, Choctaw language, member of Native American people, member of the Choctaw Indian tribe||Choctaw|
|amusement park in Anaheim, California (USA)||Disneyland|
|amusement park ride consisting of a large revolving wheel with seats attached, amusement ride||Ferris wheel|
|amusement park ride, carousel, revolving ride in a playground, roundabout, whirl of activity||merry-go-round|
|amusement park with theme||theme park|
|approximate, estimated, baseball stadium or field, park where baseball is played, park for playing ball games, touchdown area for spacecraft||ballpark|
|arrangement made beforehand, arranging of something beforehand, keeping something back, land set aside, legal interest retained in something granted, limiting condition, misgivings that cause hesitation, park, land set aside for a specific use; doubt, ...||reservation|
|assemblage, gathering of people; open space which holds large numbers of people; promenade in a park; boulevard, crowd, gathering together, large open space||concourse|
|Australian court official, Canadian court officer, chief law enforcement officer of a county who is responsible for carrying out court orders, Scottish judge, senior official of English county, U.S. county law enforcement officer||sheriff|
|black-and-white pig, county in southern England, Hampshire Down, hornless black-faced sheep||Hampshire|
|black-faced sheep, county in eastern England; English breed of sheep having black faces and legs; English breed of draft horses; city in southeast Virginia (USA)||Suffolk|
|bowling alley, lane; trail, path, large marble, narrow passage, outfield zone in baseball, part of tennis court, path in garden or park, small street, tramline||alley|
|British county, shire horse, territorial administrative division, county (British)||shire|
|building at gate, lodge, house next to the entrance of an estate or park||gatehouse|
|building for law court, building that houses a court of law, county government building||courthouse|
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