Other articles related to "combine, combines":

Louisville And Nashville Combine Car Number 665
... The Louisville and Nashville Combine Car Number 665, also known as the "Jim Crow Car", is a historic railcar on the National Register of Historic Places, currently at the Kentucky ... The Combine car was built at the American Car and Foundry Company located in Jeffersonville, Indiana in 1913 a custom design given to it by the Louisville and ... fame was undergoing restoration in 1962 by the L N, the Combine Car was hooked up to The General to test how well the engine was repaired ...
Combine Painting - Rauschenberg
... the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art described Rauschenberg's Combine paintings as "some of the most influential, poetic and revolutionary works in the history of American art ... Searle believed the "different elements of the Combines have been described as having no more relation than the different stories that vie for attention on a newspaper ... Examples of Rauschenberg's Combine paintings include Bed (1955), Canyon (1959), and the free-standing Monogram (1955–1959) ...
Combine (enterprise)
... Combine (Russian Комбинат) has several related meanings A large industrial enterprise that combines several different enterprises that are related to each other by a technological process or through an ... Example a metallurgy combine combines all forms of production such as factories, mines and other to produce steel sheets ... such as an institute and a tekhnikum, day care and kindergarten (Child combine) ...
Combine Demolition Derby
... A combine demolition derby is a demolition derby in which combine harvesters are used ... Several fairs in the United States feature demolition derbies using combines, including events in Michigan, Ohio, North Dakota, and Washington ... Competitors typically remove heavy or unneeded parts of the combines before competitions and reinforce the front, or header, of the vehicle ...

Famous quotes containing the word combine:

    There is always a present and extant life, be it better or worse, which all combine to uphold.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Our vices are attempts to combine self-medication and enjoyment.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Italians, and perhaps Frenchmen, consider first whether they like or want to do a thing and then whether, on the whole, it will do them any harm. Englishmen, and perhaps Germans, consider first whether they ought to like a thing and often never reach the questions whether they do like it and whether it will hurt. There is much to be said for both systems, but I suppose it is best to combine them as far as possible.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)