Sam Houston

NOUN
  1. United States politician and military leader who fought to gain independence for Texas from Mexico and to make it a part of the United States (1793-1863)
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  • Fort Sam Houston is a prime candidate for wireless networks.
  • Ten days later, Sam Houston's army caught up with Santa Anna and whomped him at the Battle of San Jacinto.
  • David Burnet was named president. And Sam Houston was to continue as commander of Texas forces.
  • Sam Houston A., author of this article, worked as lead TV weathercaster in Albuquerque, Denver, Washington D.C., and San Francisco prior to retiring in Mexico in 1986. Alfredo Zalce--Michoacán's living legend
  • After it was discovered that his daughter has cancer he was reassigned in June 2003 to Fort Sam Houston to be with his family.
  • Sam Houston, the commander of Texas's armies, ordered San Antonio abandoned, but troops under James Bowie and William B. Travis chose to remain.
  • Her scratch from the Great State Challenge Distaff also left just four horses in the race, which canceled both show and trifecta wagering in that race and put Sam Houston in danger of taking another hit with a minus place pool.
  • Sam Houston ordered all Texas forces to withdraw northeast -- away from the Mexican army.
  • The story of the final weeks of the annexation issue, including the Stockton subplot, is best told through the personalities and machinations of the outsized figures involved—Stockton, Wickliffe, Sherman, Texas president Anson Jones, Sam Houston, and U.S. Minister Donelson. A Country of Vast Designs
  • The Cardinals 'other home games during the 2010 season will be against Sam Houston State on Oct. 2, against Langston University on Oct. 9, against South Alabama on Oct. 16, against South Dakota on Nov. 13 and vs. Panhandle State on Nov. 20. KFDM.com Breaking News : News
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