||Many cities use a naming scheme for city
streets in order to make the street arrangement easier to remember.
Minneapolis uses a number of such schemes, such as names of trees,
famous generals, US states, and US Presidents. One scheme that interests
me is the series of streets in the west metro area of Minneapolis where
the streets are named in alphabetical order. And there is not just one
or even two rotations of using each of the 26 letters of the alphabet,
but rather, an astounding 7 full sequences of all 26 letters running
from Lyndale Ave to Lake Minnetonka.