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Worth (magazine)
... Worth is an American wealth management magazine for high net worth individuals ... It is published on a bi-monthly basis and circulated to over 110,000 recipients ...
Interstate 20 In Texas - History
... By 1967, the highway was complete from the Louisiana border to the western side of Fort Worth on a route to the south of US 80, with slower construction in the lesser populated ... rerouted across the southern side of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, with the old section through downtown Dallas and Fort Worth being redesignated as Interstate 30 ...
Worth, Kent
51.2563°N 1.3472°E / 51.2563 1.3472 Worth Worth OS grid reference TR336561 District Dover Shire county Kent Region South East Country England Sovereign state United ... hero Horatio Hornblower was born in the village of Worth, according to Hornblower's biographer Cyril Northcote Parkinson, on 4 July 1776 ... in the 18th Century from Word or Worde to Worth ...
Wilderness Grace
... The Wilderness Grace, also known as the "Worth Ranch Grace" and the "Philmont Grace", is the common name of a simple prayer recited before meals at many ... The original version, the "Worth Ranch Grace", was written in 1929 by A ... "Jerry" Fulkerson, Camp Director at Worth Ranch Scout Camp in Palo Pinto County, Texas, part of the Longhorn Council in the Fort Worth Area ...
Worth (magazine) - Distribution
... Worth is mailed to a proprietary high net worth database of 110,000 households in major markets, including Manhattan, Westchester County, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Boston, the Delaware Valley, South Florida ... Worth recipients have a net worth of $2 million or greater and an interest in financial subject matter ...

Famous quotes containing the word worth:

    Things thought too long can be no longer thought
    For beauty dies of beauty, worth of worth,
    And ancient lineaments are blotted out.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    I dislike modern memoirs. They are generally written by people who have either entirely lost their memories, or have never done anything worth remembering.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    There are twenty ways of going to a point, and one is the shortest; but set out at once on one. A man who has that presence of mind which can bring to him on the instant all he knows, is worth for action a dozen men who know as much, but can only bring it to light slowly.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)