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Memorial Bend, Houston
... Memorial Bend is a historic neighborhood on the west side of Houston, Texas ... Memorial Bend is considered to have the highest concentration of mid-century modern homes in Houston ... Memorial Bend is located in the 77024 zip code area just south of Memorial Drive and the Sam Houston Tollway (built through the middle of the neighborhood in 1992) ...
Bend, Texas - Transportation
... River at Eagle Ford Crossing, connecting Bend with Little Bend ... The main road in Bend was paved in 1960 ...
Bend Or
... Bend Or (1877–1903) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse who won the 1880 Epsom Derby ... His regular jockey Fred Archer, winner of thirteen consecutive British jockey titles, said Bend Or was probably the greatest horse he had ever ridden ...
Houston Fort Bend Airport
... Houston Fort Bend Airport (FAA LID 2H5) is a privately owned, public use airport located in unincorporated Fort Bend County, Texas, United States ...
Bend Municipal Airport
... Bend Municipal Airport (ICAO KBDN, FAA LID BDN) is a city-owned, public-use airport located 5 nautical miles (9 km 6 mi) northeast of the central ... Bend serves as the home to Cessna Aircraft (formerly Columbia Aircraft) and Epic Aircraft ... in Redmond, Oregon, about 20 miles north of Bend ...

Famous quotes containing the word bend:

    It is the women of Europe who pay the price while war rages, and it will be the women who will pay again when war has run its bloody course and Europe sinks down into the slough of poverty like a harried beast too spent to wage the fight. It will be the sonless mothers who will bend their shoulders to the plough and wield in age-palsied hands the reaphook.
    Kate Richards O’Hare (1877–1948)

    He bends to the order of the seasons, the weather, the soils and crops, as the sails of a ship bend to the wind. He represents continuous hard labor, year in, year out, and small gains. He is a slow person, timed to Nature, and not to city watches. He takes the pace of seasons, plants and chemistry. Nature never hurries: atom by atom, little by little, she achieves her work.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    My reason is not framed to bend or stoop: my knees are.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)