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Susan Combs - Background
... Combs grew up in a ranching family from West Texas ... Combs graduated from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, majoring in French and religion ... Combs served two terms in the Texas House of Representatives from 1993–1996, when she joined the staff of U.S ...
Susan Combs
... Susan Combs (born February 26, 1945, in San Antonio) is a Republican politician from the U.S ... Prior to her tenure as Comptroller, Combs had served two terms as Commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture from 1999–2007, taking the reins as the first ... Combs also served two terms in the Texas House of Representatives ...
Lewis Combs
... Lewis Combs (1895 – May 1996), was a United States Admiral who helped found and direct the famed "Seabees" construction battalions in World War II ... Persondata Name Combs, Lewis Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1895 Place of birth Date of death 1996 Place of death ...
List Of Sinfonians - Educational Administrators
... Name Original chapter Notability Reference Gilbert Raynolds Combs Beta (1900*^) Founded the Combs College of Music, originally called the Combs Broad Street ...
Combs, Kentucky
... Combs is an unincorporated community and coal town within Perry County, Kentucky, United States ... It was named for Abijah Benjamin Combs ...

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    Here at the fountain’s sliding foot,
    Or at some fruit-tree’s mossy root,
    Casting the body’s vest aside,
    My soul into the boughs does glide:
    There, like a bird, it sits and sings,
    Then whets and combs its silver wings,
    And, till prepared for longer flights,
    Waves in its plumes the various light.
    Andrew Marvell (1621–1678)