Springs

Some articles on springs, spring:

Eifel Aqueduct - Roman Demands For Water Quality
... Springs should be tested and proved in advance in the following ways ... their complexions fresh, legs sound, and eyes clear, the springs deserve complete approval ... If it is a spring just dug out, its water is excellent if it can be sprinkled into a Corinthian vase or into any other sort made of good bronze without leaving a spot on it ...
Western Springs Stadium
... Western Springs Stadium is an entertainment venue in Auckland, New Zealand, that consists of a natural amphitheatre ... Western Springs Stadium has a crowd capacity of 30,000 for sports and upwards of 50,000 for concerts ... west of the city centre in the suburb of Western Springs ...
Hveragerði - Overview
... The town is known for its greenhouses, which are heated by hot water from volcanic hot springs ... These springs are the site of occurrence of certain extremophile micro-organisms, that are capable of surviving in extremely hot environments.(C.Michael Hogan ... Close to the church is a hot spring called Sandhólshver, formed during the violent South Iceland earthquake of 1896 ...
Springs, New York - Demographics
... There were 1,924 households out of which 29.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 51.2% were married couples living together, 8.9% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.9% were non-families. 26.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 9.6% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older ...
Dripping Springs
... Dripping Springs can refer to Dripping Springs, Grand Canyon, Arizona Dripping Springs, Oklahoma (disambiguation) Dripping Springs, Texas Dripping Springs Trail ...

Famous quotes containing the word springs:

    I believe my ardour for invention springs from his loins. I can’t say that the brassiere will ever take as great a place in history as the steamboat, but I did invent it.
    Caresse Crosby (1892–1970)

    For it is the suffering flesh, it is suffering, it is death, that lovers perpetuate upon the earth. Love is at once the brother, son, and father of death, which is its sister, mother, and daughter. And thus it is that in the depth of love there is a depth of eternal despair, out of which springs hope and consolation.
    Miguel de Unamuno (1864–1936)

    Who among us has not, in moments of ambition, dreamt of the miracle of a form of poetic prose, musical but without rhythm and rhyme, both supple and staccato enough to adapt itself to the lyrical movements of our souls, the undulating movements of our reveries, and the convulsive movements of our consciences? This obsessive ideal springs above all from frequent contact with enormous cities, from the junction of their innumerable connections.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)