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Rio Grande - Crossings
... border crossings along the river are at Ciudad Juárez and El Paso Presidio, Texas, and Ojinaga, Chihuahua Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas McAllen, Texas, and Reynosa ... Other notable border towns are the Texas/Coahuila pairings of Del Rio–Ciudad Acuña and Eagle Pass–Piedras Negras ...
Texas - Sports
... Main article Sports in Texas Further information List of Texas sports teams, and List of University Interscholastic League events While American football ... Within the "Big Four" professional leagues, Texas has two NFL teams (the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Texans), two Major League Baseball teams (the Texas Rangers and the Houston Astros), three ... Outside of the "Big Four" leagues, Texas also has one WNBA team (the San Antonio Silver Stars) and two Major League Soccer teams (the Houston Dynamo and FC Dallas) ...
List Of Facilities Named After Lyndon Johnson
... Johnson, thirty-sixth President of the United States, including the following Lake LBJ, a lake in Texas Lyndon B ... Johnson Freeway, an Interstate freeway in Texas Lyndon B ... Johnson National Grassland in Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs, a public affairs graduate school at the University of Texas Lyndon B ...
South Texas College Of Law - Rankings
... News World Report ranked the Trial Advocacy Program at South Texas number one in the nation, and it consistently ranks among the top 10 every year.3 4 In 2006, South Texas won the ... In 2007, South Texas won the National White Collar Crime Invitational Mock Trial Competition hosted by Georgetown Law School ... As of August 2011, South Texas has won a record setting 108 national titles ...

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    We are not won by arguments that we can analyse but by tone and temper, by the manner which is the man himself.
    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)

    The South is very beautiful but its beauty makes one sad because the lives that people live here, and have lived here, are so ugly.
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    During the cattle drives, Texas cowboy music came into national significance. Its practical purpose is well known—it was used primarily to keep the herds quiet at night, for often a ballad sung loudly and continuously enough might prevent a stampede. However, the cowboy also sang because he liked to sing.... In this music of the range and trail is “the grayness of the prairies, the mournful minor note of a Texas norther, and a rhythm that fits the gait of the cowboy’s pony.”
    —Administration in the State of Texa, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)