n. (plural of combe English)
Housing Units (2000): 1039
Land area (2000): 2.467694 sq. miles (6.391298 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.013849 sq. miles (0.035870 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.481543 sq. miles (6.427168 sq. km)
FIPS code: 16204
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 26.245051 N, 97.727028 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Combes may refer to:
- Combes, Texas
- Combes, Switzerland
- Émile Combes, French statesman and one of the originator's of the concept of Separation of Church and State
- Laura Combes, a female bodybuilder
- Combes, a commune of the Hérault département, in France
Usage examples of "combes".
President Combes appointed him FDA Commissioner as the first act of his first term.
Washington rumor was that Combes had personally begged Van Grant to take over the FDA.
It can't be that President Combes is tolerating all this just to — does Combes know?
Besides the extraneous substances, like peeces of small boxes, or combes handsomely wrought, handles of small brasse instruments, brazen nippers, and in one some kinde of Opale.
Confirmable also from things contained in them: In most were found substances resembling Combes, Plates like Boxes, fastened with Iron pins, and handsomely overwrought like the necks or Bridges of Musicall Instruments, long brasse plates overwrought like the handles of neat implements, brazen nippers to pull away hair, and in one a kinde of Opale, yet maintaining a blewish colour.
That I would go back to England, to the sheltered combes of Devon, and I would never leave Hay Tree Farm again.
He began his career in Africa under Colonel Combes in the forty-seventh of the line.
The winds too in their passage revolted against their courses, and came tearing down wherever there were combes or crannies, so that men in their shelters might still learn the power of the wild gods.