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(USS) Texas {f}Femininum (die) [mar., hist.] (ein US-amerikanisches Schlachtschiff der New-York-Klasse) (USS) Texas
(USS) Texas {f}Femininum (die) [mar.] (ein US-amerikanisches Raketen-U-Boot) (USS) Texas
Flucht nach Texas (ein US-amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr 1941) Texas
Blutiges Blei (ein Italo-Western aus dem Jahr 1969) Texas [Br.]
> Texas ({m}) (männlicher Vorname) > Texas
Texas City ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Texas, USA) Texas City
Abenteuer in Texas (ein US.amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr 1935) Texas Terror
Texas Rangers (ein US-amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr 2001) Texas Rangers
Texas Rangers {pl}Plural (die) (eine Polizeieinheit im US-Bundesstaat Texas) Texas Rangers
Texas Rangers {pl}Plural (die) (eine US-amerikanische Baseball-Mannschaft) Texas Rangers
Fuzzy bricht den Terror (ein US-amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr 1941) Texas Trouble [Am.] [16mm release title]
Zwei tolle Kerle in Texas (ein US-amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr 1966) Texas Across the River
The Nailgun Massacre - Blutgericht in Arizona (ein US-amerikanischer Film aus dem Jahr 1985) Texas Nailgun Massacre
Karneval in Texas (ein US-amerikanisches Filmmusical aus dem Jahr 1951) Texas Carnival
Texanischer Brunnenmolch {m}Maskulinum (der) [zool.] Texas blind salamander (Eurycea rathbuni)
Texas School Book Depository {n}Neutrum (das) [hist.] (in Dallas, Texas [USA]) Texas School Book Depository , TSBD
Kondomkatheter {m}Maskulinum (der) [med.-tech.] Texas catheter
Texanerin {f}Femininum (die) (betont: Mädchen) Texas girl
junge Texanerin {f}Femininum (die) Texas girl
Texas-Girl {n}Neutrum (das) [ugs.] Texas girl
texanisches Girl {n}Neutrum (das) [ugs.] Texas girl
Texas-Taschenratte {f}Femininum (die) [zool.] Texas pocket gopher (Geomys personatus)
Olivrückenammer {f}Femininum (die) [zool.] Texas sparrow (Arremonops rufivirgatus / Arremonops rufivirgata / Embernagra rufivirgata)
Texas-Rosskastanie {f}Femininum (die) [bot.] Texas buckeye [Am.] (Aesculus arguta / Aesculus glabra var. arguta)
Texas-Roßkastanie {f}Femininum (die) [alte Orthogr.] [bot.] Texas buckeye [Am.] (Aesculus arguta / Aesculus glabra var. arguta)


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“Watchman your grandmother,” I says; “there ain’t nothing to watch but the texas and the pilot-house; and do you reckon anybody’s going to resk his life for a texas and a pilot-house such a night as this, when it’s likely to break up and wash off down the river any minute?”
When we was three or four hundred yards down-stream we see the lantern show like a little spark at the texas door for a second, and we knowed by that that the rascals had missed their boat, and was beginning to understand that they was in just as much trouble now as Jim Turner was.
He said that when I went in the texas and he crawled back to get on the raft and found her gone he nearly died, because he judged it was all up with him anyway it could be fixed; for if he didn’t get saved he would get drownded; and if he did get saved, whoever saved him would send him back home so as to get the reward, and then Miss Watson would sell him South, sure.
It was kinder thin ice, but I says: “The captain see me standing around, and told me I better have something to eat before I went ashore; so he took me in the texas to the officers’ lunch, and give me all I wanted.”
What to that apostolic lancer, Brother Jonathan, is Texas but a Fast-Fish?
If it hadn’t ben for me he’d be down in Texas now, all right.”
(*2) “One of the most remarkable natural curiosities in Texas is a petrified forest, near the head of Pasigno river.
34 Now I tell what I knew in Texas in my early youth, (I tell not the fall of Alamo, Not one escaped to tell the fall of Alamo, The hundred and fifty are dumb yet at Alamo,) 'Tis the tale of the murder in cold blood of four hundred and twelve young men.
The scout riding on horseback over the plains west of the Mississippi, he ascends a knoll and sweeps his eyes around; California life, the miner, bearded, dress'd in his rude costume, the stanch California friendship, the sweet air, the graves one in passing meets solitary just aside the horse-path; Down in Texas the cotton-field, the negro-cabins, drivers driving mules or oxen before rude carts, cotton bales piled on banks and wharves; Encircling all, vast-darting up and wide, the American Soul, with equal hemispheres, one Love, one Dilation or Pride; In arriere the peace-talk with the Iroquois the aborigines, the calumet, the pipe of good-will, arbitration, and indorsement, The sachem blowing the smoke first toward the sun and then toward the earth, The drama of the scalp-dance enacted with painted faces and guttural exclamations, The setting out of the war-party, the long and stealthy march, The single file, the swinging hatchets, the surprise and slaughter of enemies; All the acts, scenes, ways, persons, attitudes of these States, reminiscences, institutions, All these States compact, every square mile of these States without excepting a particle; Me pleas'd, rambling in lanes and country fields, Paumanok's fields, Observing the spiral flight of two little yellow butterflies shuffling between each other, ascending high in the air, The darting swallow, the destroyer of insects, the fall traveler southward but returning northward early in the spring, The country boy at the close of the day driving the herd of cows and shouting to them as they loiter to browse by the roadside, The city wharf, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston, New Orleans, San Francisco, The departing ships when the sailors heave at the capstan; Evening—me in my room—the setting sun, The setting summer sun shining in my open window, showing the swarm of flies, suspended, balancing in the air in the centre of the room, darting athwart, up and down, casting swift shadows in specks on the opposite wall where the shine is; The athletic American matron speaking in public to crowds of listeners, Males, females, immigrants, combinations, the copiousness, the individuality of the States, each for itself—the moneymakers, Factories, machinery, the mechanical forces, the windlass, lever, pulley, all certainties, The certainty of space, increase, freedom, futurity, In space the sporades, the scatter'd islands, the stars—on the firm earth, the lands, my lands, O lands!
From Paumanok Starting I Fly Like a Bird From Paumanok starting I fly like a bird, Around and around to soar to sing the idea of all, To the north betaking myself to sing there arctic songs, To Kanada till I absorb Kanada in myself, to Michigan then, To Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, to sing their songs, (they are inimitable;) Then to Ohio and Indiana to sing theirs, to Missouri and Kansas and Arkansas to sing theirs, To Tennessee and Kentucky, to the Carolinas and Georgia to sing theirs, To Texas and so along up toward California, to roam accepted everywhere; To sing first, (to the tap of the war-drum if need be,) The idea of all, of the Western world one and inseparable, And then the song of each member of these States.


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