San Jacinto


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San Ja•cin•to

(ˌsæn dʒəˈsɪn toʊ)
n.
a river in E Texas, flowing SE to Galveston Bay: Texans defeated Mexicans near its mouth in 1836.
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"A wretched little strip of country like Florida to dare to compare itself to Texas, who, in place of selling herself, asserted her own independence, drove out the Mexicans in March 2, 1846, and declared herself a federal republic after the victory gained by Samuel Houston, on the banks of the San Jacinto, over the troops of Santa Anna!-- a country, in fine, which voluntarily annexed itself to the United States of America!"
Pangasinan councilor, lawmaker's aide slain !-- -- Eva Visperas (The Philippine Star) - September 3, 2019 - 12:00am SAN JACINTO, Pangasinan, Philippines A councilor of this town was shot dead by an unidentified motorcycle-riding man in Barangay Imelda on Sunday.
Officials in east Texas's San Jacinto County aren't reacting well to a suggestion that they remove large crosses from the local courthouse.
The San Jacinto variation order is an extension to the project Great Lakes performed in the first half of this year.
A manager of a lending firm was killed on Thursday night after his motorcycle rear-ended a parked cargo truck in San Jacinto town in Pangasinan, police said on Friday.
Bush returned to San Jacinto that November and flew in operations against the Philippines.
First, I would like to thank NCHC for this incredible honor I have had the pleasure for more than two decades of working in honors education and discovering the joy of being paid to help change lives while having so much fun, so I would also like to thank San Jacinto College for supporting honors throughout those decades.
SAN JACINTO, Pangasinan -- An incumbent barangay chairman in this town was killed in an ambush carried out by a lone gunman Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Why did San Jacinto County Judge John Lovett Jr., the elected leader of a small county north of Houston, enter his own county clerk's office after hours last July, allegedly committing a misdemeanor and two felonies?
Forty-three Superfund sites lay in the hurricane's path; (7) one of these was the San Jacinto River Waste Pits (SJRWP) site, which sustained damage that released dioxins into the surrounding area.