American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of eastern Texas flowing about 669 km (416 mi) south and southeast to Sabine Lake.
“Bob Neches, an independent voter, said he supports Boxer because he's disturbed by what he views as an overreaction by tea partiers regarding steps taken by President Barack Obama to help the economy.”
“I think it takes time," said Neches, a North Hills resident.”
“Other endangered river success stories include the Susquehanna, the Elwha, the Neches, the Blackfoot, and the Big Sunflower.”
“The federal government built the plants in Port Neches during World War II, searching for a substitute for rubber supplies that had been cut off.”
“Smokestack effect: Cancer at Port Neches - USATODAY. com”
“Hanks has represented 27 graduates of Port Neches schools, including Cerami, who sued the chemical plants, their former owners and others after being diagnosed with cancer.”
“A few blocks beyond the trees around Port Neches-Groves High School in Port Neches, Texas, gray towers jut into the air.”
“That was the case in Port Neches, Texas, where more than two dozen former students of Port Neches-Groves High School have been diagnosed with cancer several years after they graduated, according to court records.”
“John Dan Henry of Orange watches as a shrimp boat passes the slow-moving hull of the Neptune Project on the Sabine-Neches Waterway.”
“The hull of the Neptune Project, a deep-sea drilling platform, is towed down the Sabine-Neches Waterway from Signal International on Pleasure Island to the Gulf of Mexico.”
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