Sabine River


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Sa·bine River

 (sə-bēn′)
A river of eastern Texas rising northeast of Dallas and flowing about 890 km (550 mi) generally southeast and south to the Gulf of Mexico. Its lower course forms the Texas-Louisiana border and crosses Sabine Lake before entering the Gulf.
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Noun1.Sabine River - a river in eastern Texas that flows south into the Gulf of Mexico
Lone-Star State, Texas, TX - the second largest state; located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico
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The new cracking furnace at DuPont's Sabine River Works ethylene plant in Orange, Texas, USA, will have an annual ethylene capacity of 200 million pounds.
Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed Jerry Gipson to the Sabine River Compact Commission for a term set to expire on July 12, 2022.
The Sabine river near the border with Louisiana could see the highest waves reaching 7.
Mandatory evacuations were underway Monday in a Deweyvill, Texas, where more than 18 inches of rain have fallen over a five-day span causing the Sabine River, which forms part of the border between Louisiana and Texas, to rise to a record 31 feet.
By the time the fighting had completely stopped, the United States had asserted unquestioned federal control over all lands between Mobile Bay and the Sabine River and, within six years, would secure the entire Florida Peninsula.
Stephen qualified for the Elite's through the Southern Opens and his rookie campaign kicks off at the Sabine River in Texas on March 19th.
A horizontal directional drilling (HDD) installation completed last summer under the Sabine River and nearby swamplands is believed to be the longest ever made at 11,065 feet.
Although more recent citations suggest it may not be uncommon in the Sabine River (Ford et al.
Duff's saga, published in 2011 by Moon City Press, "is a story of five generations of women in the same family, told [primarily] in their voices," from 1867 to the present, and is "set along the Sabine River, which divides the state of Texas from Louisiana and the Deep South," according to press materials.
This manuscript summarizes the findings of a survey of freshwater mussels inhabiting tributaries of the Sabine River within the Sabine National Forest, Texas.
The story of this tug goes back to the steaming marshes of the Sabine River at Orange, Texas.
Nearly 6 miles of Grace Creek flows through downtown Longview, Texas, before emptying into the Sabine River.