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  Sabine National Forest
Located in the pineywoods of east Texas, the 160,656-acre Sabine National Forest is the easternmost of the four national forests in Texas and forms part of the boundary between Texas and Louisiana.
The forest is situated on the western slopes of the Sabine River watershed within Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Jasper, and Newton counties.
The Sabine National Forest is managed under the ecosystem management concept, which follows standards, guidelines, and objectives found in the forest management plan.
www.fs.fed.us /r8/texas/recreation/sabine/sabine_gen_info.shtml   (3134 words)

  
 The Griffin and Sabine Story by Nick Bantock
Told in the same format as its predessor, Sabine's Notebook is filled with her delicately macabre drawings and notations, the notebook adds a darker element of visual intrigue to their complex and mysterious world.
As the remarkable fates of Griffin and Sabine are gradually revealed, we are introduced to Matthew and Isabella, long-distance lovers who find themselves entwined not only in each other's lives, but also in a perilous and alluring intrigue.
Awash with gorgeous artwork, the mystery of Griffin Moss and Sabine Strohem now entwines Matthew Sedon, an archaeologist steeped in Egyptian antiquity, and Isabella de Reims, a student in Paris whose vision holds the key to a new reality.
www.nickbantock.com /Gryphon/Griffin_and_Sabine.html   (1055 words)

  
  Sabine Barnhart: Archives
Sabine Barnhart on the devastation of the welfare state.
Sabine Barnhart writes to Paul of All Quite on the Western Front.
Sabine Barnhart on the Germany of the saints.
www.lewrockwell.com /barnhart/barnhart-arch.html   (197 words)

  
  Sabine Independent School District
Sabine Independent School District is located in an unincorporated area on the western edge of Gregg County in Northeast Texas.
In 1965, Sabine ISD integrated its schools through a "freedom of choice plan." The North Chapel campus was closed when integration was finalized in 1969.
Sabine ISD joined other area school districts that fell victim to the economic impact of the East Texas "oil bust" in the mid-1980's.
www.sabine.esc7.net /district.html   (434 words)

  
 Sabine
Sabine began to have the eerie premonition that catching her train was the least of her worries.
The last thing Sabine remembered before she fainted was that the confused cow's eyes seemed to be saying "Why?" to the man before the muffled explosion caused the cow to crumple to the ground....
Europeans are pretty reserved, and Sabine's European reluctance to address a group of total strangers was worsened by the fact that she hated being the center of attention.
www.animalsong.org /stories/sabine.html   (6643 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Sabines
Sabines A tribe native to the foothills of the Apennines north-east of Rome.
Sussman's Sabines: in her sumptuous, feature-length Rape of the Sabine Women, recently screened in New York, Eve Sussman updates Roman myth and its Neo-Classical representations with references that range from David Hockney to Jacques Tati.
Luis Sabines, president of Latin Chamber of Commerce, dies at 84.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Sabines   (791 words)

  
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Sabine followed a schedule of east coast fueling operations, training exercises, and Mediterranean deployments until she was placed out of commission in reserve on 14 February 1955 and assigned to the Pacific Reserve Fleet for further transfer to t he Military Sea Transportation Service (MSTS).
Sabine was reacquired by the Navy in 1961 and towed to New York for refitting.
During the Cuban crisis, Sabine was active in the naval quarantine late in 1962.
www.hazegray.org /danfs/auxil/ao25.htm   (756 words)

  
 Sabine
Sabine returned to New York for blockade duty with the North Atlantic Squadron until ordered in August 1864 to Norfolk as a training ship for Navy apprentices and landsmen.
In 1871, Sabine was repaired at Boston; and, from 1872 to 1876, she served as a receiving ship at Portsmouth, N.H. In 1877, she was laid up until she was sold on 23 September 1883 at Portsmouth to J.L. Snow of Rockland, Maine.
Sabine (No. 1464) was built in 1889 by the Delaware River Iron Works, Chester, Pa., owned by Mallory Steamship Co., and operated as a coal transport.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/s2/sabine-i.htm   (381 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online:
Sabine County covers 546 square miles in the Redlands region, which is covered with longleaf pine, oak, and hickory forests.
Sabine County's population grew from 1,021 in 1847 to 2,498 in 1850, of which 1,556 were Anglo-Americans and 942 were African-American slaves.
In 1975 the Sabine County Hospital District was established and collected $1,500,000 in funding for the construction of Sabine County Hospital, which in 1980 had thirty-six beds.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/SS/hcs1.html   (2198 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Sabine Parish, Louisiana
Sabine Parish is a parish located in the state of Louisiana.
Red River - Richland - Sabine - St.
Sabine Parish tends to vote Republican in competitive elections, but local offices remain largely Democratic.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Sabine-Parish%2C-Louisiana   (547 words)

  
 Acoustics Engineering - W.C. Sabine
Sabine's reverberation formula has been applied successfully for many years to determine material absorption coefficients by means of reverberation rooms.
One sabin is the absorption of one square foot of open window, and one metric sabin is the absorption of one square meter of open window.
The first auditorium that was designed by Sabine, applying his new insight in acoustics, was the new Boston Music Hall, currently known as the Symphony Hall.
www.acoustics-engineering.com /sabin/wcsabine.htm   (345 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online:
Sabine Pass had 460 inhabitants by 1880, making it the second largest town in Jefferson County.
The construction of the Sabine and East Texas Railroad in 1881 replaced the older rail line, which had been abandoned during the Civil War, and seemed to bode a bright future for the city.
The population of Sabine Pass had grown to 1,500 by 1984, when thirty-nine rated businesses were reported there.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/SS/hjs2.html   (596 words)

  
 Sabine Ehrenfeld Photos - Sabine Ehrenfeld News - Sabine Ehrenfeld Information
Sabine did her own singing in a holiday-themed Overstock TV ad, which aired in both 2005 and 2006.
Sabine appeared on the cover of the January 1991 issue of "Shape" magazine.
Sabine is divorced from actor David Gordin, the father of her two children.
www.tv.com /person/96904/summary.html   (157 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Sabine: Books: A.P.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sabine lambastes Viola, who becomes her favorite, for living in a "soap bubble" of privilege, and exhorts her to embrace longing, fury, humiliation, suffering—in short, to live.
Aimee's endless efforts to fix up Sabine with Roland, the handsome son of local gentry, drive Viola mad with jealousy, although she is careful to avoid any authentic displays of emotion that might betray her.
Sabine falls ill and during a gab session with friends (half way through the book), the word vampire is mentioned, in jest.
www.amazon.com /Sabine-P/dp/0802170277   (1323 words)

  
 Secure Computing: Sabine Valley Center   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sabine Valley Center serves as the mental health and mental retardation authority for Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Panola, Rusk, and Upshur counties in East Texas.
The organization's mission is to help people and their families deal with the consequences of mental illness, and to assist people with mental retardation and their families achieve a maximum level of independence in all aspects of their lives.
In controlling inbound traffic, Sabine Valley Center sought to protect their extranet, specifically, they needed a highly secure firewall to protect their Internet-based billing application they use with the state capitol in Austin.
www.searchopolis.com /index.cfm?skey=1286   (918 words)

  
 Sabine Muir's Ryze Business Networking Page
Sabine Muir sets out to teach a bit of history and tradition with live action from a bloody battle, an enormous feast and a colourful event that marked the start of the Braemar Gathering.
Sabine Muir entertains both young and old in her book and I highly recommend it to readers of any age.
Sabine Muir’s use of factual, historical legendary characters brought the Canmore Dynasty to life - an era that is quickly fading from all memory.
www.ryze.com /view.php?who=SabineMuir   (2249 words)

  
 Lake Sabine TX Fishing Guide Texas Sport Fishing Charters
*Sabine Lake fishing is great we are fishing under the birds catching limits of speckled trout and redfish with 3/8 jigs using stanley wedge tails and rections chub minnows tipped with fishbites shrimp.
Sabine lake is located on the eastern estuaries of Texas.
Because Sabine Lake borders Louisiana, it is co-owned and regulated by Texas and Louisiana.
www.fishsabine.com   (503 words)

  
 Sabine Parish Louisiana on Toledo Bend Lake
Many of our residents live on or near the lake and find it an indespensable part of their lifestyle and weekends and holidays find the population swelled by people who live and work elsewhere and maintain second homes or fishing camps on the lake.
Many of Sabine Parish's residents are retired and appreciate the varied recreational and cultural opportunities available here as well as the various organizations and community services that enhance their lives.
NOTICE: Every effort is made to have accurate and current information, but we do not guarantee the accuracy of any information and you use the information presented here at your own risk.
www.sabineparish.com   (264 words)

  
 An Interview with Sabine Herold on Politics, France, and Freedom - Ayn Rand Admirers at The Atlasphere
Sabine Herold is the editor and spokeswoman for Liberté j'écris ton nom (Liberty, I Write Your Name), a think tank and activist organization at the forefront of a new and growing pro-liberty movement in France.
Sabine Herold: It's interesting — when I was eighteen and still in high school, I was absolutely not interested in politics.
Sabine speaks with a passerby at a rally in support of the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
www.theatlasphere.com /columns/040112_schwartz_herold.php   (3659 words)

  
 Sabine County, Texas TX, county profile - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Sabine County is one of 254 counties in Texas.
This was a decrease of -.59% from the 2000 census.
Sabine County supported George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=22777   (410 words)

  
 Sabine Kebir - Abstieg in den Ruhm - Perlentaucher.de, Kultur und Literatur Online
Sabine Kebir wurde 1949 in Leipzig geboren und wuchs in Berlin auf.
Seitdem lebt Sabine Kebir als Publizistin, Literaturwissenschaftlerin, Politologin und freie Autorin in Berlin.
Sabine Kebir, bekannt durch Studien zum Umfeld Brechts, ermittelte aus Hunderten von Zeugnissen, bis hin zu Stasi-Akten, die nachhaltigen Eindrücke, die die Weigel bei Publikum, Kritikern und Kollegen hinterließ.
www.perlentaucher.de /buch/1712.html   (566 words)

  
 Sabine
The lower Sabine is one of the easiest and enjoyable long floats anywhere.
There is easy access at both of these locations on the Texas side with a paved road leading to a sand bar under the bridge at highway 63 and a state maintained boat ramp at highway 12.
This is on Sabine Lake, about 3 miles west of the mouth of the Sabine.
members.aol.com /Mmcbs2/sabine.html   (948 words)

  
 Schuldig! / Sabine Dardenne war 80 Tage in der Gewalt des Kinderschänders... : Textarchiv : Berliner Zeitung
Sabine Dardenne war 80 Tage in der Gewalt des Kinderschänders Dutroux und fühlt sich verantwortlich
Sabine Dardenne war 12 Jahre alt, als sie auf dem Weg zur Schule vom Fahrrad gerissen und in einem alten Lieferwagen verschleppt wurde.
Sabine glaubt, sie sei durch ein Schulden-Problem der Eltern in diese Situation geraten, die Eltern hätten das Lösegeld nicht und der ganzen Familie drohe der Tod.
www.berlinonline.de /berliner-zeitung/archiv/.bin/dump.fcgi/2004/1213/feuilleton/0008/index.html?keywords=runge%20ecla;ok=OK%21;match=strict;author=;ressort=;von=;bis=;mark=runge%20ecla;start=20   (862 words)

  
 Powell's Books - Sabine by A P
Author 'A.P.' assumes the voice of one of the five youths, Viola, who writes in hindsight: a motherless only child, Viola is sent by her fashionable father to the lax, elderly 'Tante Aime,' who runs the derelict chateau academy.
Sabine lambastes Viola, who becomes her favorite, for living in a 'soap bubble' of privilege, and exhorts her to embrace longing, fury, humiliation, suffering — in short, to live.
Viola obliges by falling passionately in love with her instructor — and is shattered when her lovely, ferocious beloved accepts the advances of the most eligible young bachelor of the school's chateau set.
www.powells.com /biblio/0802170277   (293 words)

  
 TPWD: Sabine Pass Battleground State Park and Historic Site
In 1863 the United States Navy attempted to invade Confederate Texas via the Sabine Pass in order to gain access to Houston, the rail center of Texas.
Guarding the Pass was Fort Griffin, where on September 8, 1863, Lt. Dick Dowling and 46 of his men used six cannons to defeat four gunboats and halt the invasion.
Today, the Sabine Pass Battleground is a great place to camp, fish or picnic while exploring the rich history of the uppermost point of the Texas coast, Sabine Pass.
www.tpwd.state.tx.us /park/sabine   (255 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Griffin & Sabine Trilogy Boxed Set: Griffin & Sabine/Sabine's Notebook/The Golden Mean: Books: Nick ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sabine Strohem is an illustrator of stamps living on an island in the South Pacific.
One day Griffin gets an extraordinary letter from Sabine revealing that she knows all kinds of things about his life and work--somehow, she can share his soul from afar.
Phantom or soul mate, Sabine is pursued across the globe by Griffin in an increasingly impassioned fashion, and the mysteries deepen.
www.amazon.com /Griffin-Sabine-Trilogy-Boxed-Set/dp/0811806960   (1438 words)

  
 SameDayMusic.com: Sabine
Sabine is proud to announce the next generation of automatic feedback controller: The FBX2400, now with SMARTFilter Technology.
Sabine's new ZipBeat-6000 Digital Metronome offers you many valuable features previously available only in far more expensive metronomes.
The new MagnaPad magnifies the note for the contact mic and Sabine?s super-fast tuning circuit beams the note?s status to the 3-color LED display.
www.samedaymusic.com /browse--Sabine--3353   (234 words)

  
 Sabinetown in Sabine County Texas
Sabinetown (early documents show the spelling as Sabine Town) is located about eight miles east of Hemphill where Pale Gaucho Creek flows into the Sabine River, and was built on land donated by Shadrick Morris who obtained a land grant from Mexico on June 17, 1835.
The history of Sabinetown as a settlement began perhaps around 1820 with the establishment of a ferry on the Sabine River connecting Texas with Louisiana.
A drawing entitled Map of the Town of Sabine Town is on file in the state archives in Austin.
www.toledo-bend.com /sabineco/history/index.asp?request=sabinetown   (673 words)

  
 Sabine Muir Books: Meeting Wolfie: A Story About Mozart
Sabine Muir loves Mozart's music and has spent several years researching his character.
Unfortunately, Alex Clark was unable to attend, due to illness, but he left a request for Sabine to read a chapter of his new book: The Depression Boy.
Sabine Muir introduced her newly released children’s novel: ‘Meeting Wolfie: A Story About Mozart’.
www.freewebs.com /sabinemuir   (1200 words)

  
 DANFS: USS Sabine (AO-25)
When the assault on the Gilbert Islands commenced on 19 November 1943, Sabine was busy refueling the carriers, battleships, cruisers, and destroyers that were supporting the landing forces.
Sabine and other oilers were assigned designated station areas.
Sabine followed a schedule of east coast fueling operations, training exercises, and Mediterranean deployments until she was placed out of commission in reserve on 14 February 1955 and assigned to the Pacific Reserve Fleet for further transfer to the Military Sea Transportation Service (MSTS).
www.ibiblio.org /hyperwar/USN/ships/dafs/AO/ao25.html   (758 words)

  
 Sabine County, Texas Genealogy and Family History
The county seat of Sabine County, Texas is Hemphill.
The county population on July 1, 1999, was 10,553, an increase of 967 over the 1990 census.
Then if you think Sabine County is worthy of such an honor click here.
www.rootsweb.com /~txsabine/index.htm   (580 words)

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