Crystal City

Crystal City is the name of some places in the United States and Canada:

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Crystal City (VRE Station)
... Crystal City (VRE station) is a commuter rail station in Crystal City located near the George Washington Memorial Parkway and Ronald Reagan National Airport ...
Crystal City Internment Camp - The Incarcerees - Germans and Japanese Americans
... The Crystal City camp also held Japanese and German Americans that previously lived in many different parts of the United States ... large numbers and forcibly incarcerated at Crystal City and elsewhere ... The first Japanese were confined in Crystal City in March 1943 ...
Scrapper (Transformers) - Transformers: Generation 1 - Animated Series
... of years ago, the Constructicons were the creators of the beautiful Crystal City on the Transformers' homeworld of Cybertron, which he was assigned the task of guarding ... act as Megatron's troops, the Constructicons lured Omega away from Crystal City and demolished it, enraging Omega, who pursued the Constructions across the planet ... to its original state, but as the group returned to rebuild Crystal City, Omega learned that Megatron's reprogramming could never be undone - the Constructicons were still ...
Crystal City, Manitoba - Major Attractions
... The Crystal City Printing Museum, open on a full-time basis, is designated as a Provincial Heritage Site ...
Crystal City Internment Camp - Closing
... On January 24, 1946 Crystal City Internment Camp official J. 1946, but only 16 Japanese students still remained in Crystal City with their parents ... the proposed idea of transferring the Japanese students into public schools near Crystal City ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or crystal:

    Union of the weakest develops strength
    Not wisdom. Can all men, together, avenge
    One of the leaves that have fallen in autumn?
    But the wise man avenges by building his city in snow.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    But the thing that I saw in your face
    No power can disinherit:
    No bomb that ever burst
    Shatters the crystal spirit.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)