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Aliso Creek (Los Angeles County) - Crossings and Tributaries
1966) Yolanda Avenue (1963) Limekiln Canyon Wash enters Wilbur Avenue (1969) Plummer Street (1967) Nordhoff Street (1969) Wilbur Canyon Wash enters Railroad Union ...
List Of Minor The Mighty Boosh Characters - W - Wilbur Fossil
... are tasked with delivering Tony the Prawn (a "Psychological killer") to Wilbur Fossil's (Bob Fossil's brother, the only character who calls Bob "Robert") zoo for animal offenders ... the door, a garden is on the other side, with Wilbur and "Mrs ... Wilbur threatened Fossil that if he was late, he would tell their mother that Fossil was still alive, and that he didn't die in Vietnam as a war hero ...
List Of United States Political Families (W) - The Wilburs
... Wilbur (1867–1954), Judge of the California Superior Court 1903-1918, Justice of the California Supreme Court 1918-1923, Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court 1923-1924, U.S ... Brother of Ray Lyman Wilbur ... Ray Lyman Wilbur (1875–1949), U.S ...
Wilbur, Indiana - Geography
... Wilbur is located at 39°30′58″N 86°29′19″W / 39.51611°N 86.48861°W / 39.51611 -86.48861 ...
Claire Wilbur
... Claire Wilbur, also known as Catt Wilbur (June 8, 1933 – May 20, 2004) was an American actress of stage and screen as well as an Academy Award-winning producer of short films ... Wilbur was a member of the original off-Broadway cast of Score, which was later adapted into Metzger's film ... After Score, Wilbur appeared in the sexploitation film Teenage Hitchhikers ...

Famous quotes containing the word wilbur:

    The end will come quickly, my love. There is a pain beyond pain, an agony so intense it shocks the mind into instant oblivion. We’ll find immortality together, for they’ll remember me through you.
    —Crane Wilbur (1889–1973)

    If the juggler is tired now, if the broom stands
    In the dust again, if the table starts to drop
    Through the daily dark again, and though the plate
    Lies flat on the table top,
    For him we batter our hands
    Who has won for once over the world’s weight.
    —Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)

    Forgive the hero, you who would have died
    Gladly with all you knew; he rode that tide
    To Ararat; all men are Noah’s sons.
    —Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)