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Hines, OR -- U.S. city in Oregon
Population (2000): 1623
Housing Units (2000): 689
Land area (2000): 2.370023 sq. miles (6.138330 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.018509 sq. miles (0.047939 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.388532 sq. miles (6.186269 sq. km)
FIPS code: 34250
Located within: Oregon (OR), FIPS 41
Location: 43.559163 N, 119.083441 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Hines, OR

Hines may refer to:

Hines (Kent cricketer)

Hines (first name and birthdate unknown) was an English cricketer. He made a single first-class appearance for Kent in 1822, against Marylebone Cricket Club.

Hines, batting as an opener, scored six runs in the first innings in which he batted, and nine runs in the second, along with his partner in the opening order, Walker.

Hines (name)

Hines is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:


  • Hines (Kent cricketer), British cricketer
  • Adrian Hines (aka MC ADE), American musician
  • Andre Hines (born 1971), American football player - see 1980 NFL Draft
  • Andrico Hines (born 1980), American football player
  • Brendan Hines (born 1976), American actor and singer-songwriter
  • Barry Hines (1939–2016), British author
  • Brian Hines (born 1944), the birth name of British rock musician Denny Laine
  • Cheryl Hines (born 1965), American actress
  • David Gordon Hines (1915–2000), British promoter of co-operative farming in East Africa
  • Deni Hines (born 1970), Australian singer
  • Donald E. Hines (born 1933), U.S. politician and physician
  • Duncan Hines (1880–1959), American food critic
  • Earl Hines (1903–1983), American jazz pianist
  • Edward N. Hines (1870-1938) American road builder and developer
  • Geoff Hines (born 1960), New Zealand rugby union player
  • Gerald D. Hines (born 1925), American real estate developer
  • Gregory Hines (1946–2003), American actor and tap dancer
  • Gustavus Hines (1809–1875), American missionary, author, politician
  • Jerome Hines (1921–2003), American basso opera singer
  • Jim Hines (born 1946), American athlete
  • John L. Hines (1868–1968), U.S. Army general
  • Karen Hines (born 1967), Canadian actress and playwright
  • Kyle Hines (born 1986), American basketball player and older brother of Tyler Hines
  • Marcia Hines (born 1953), American/Australian singer
  • Maurice Hines (born 1943), American actor, director, jazz singer and choreographer
  • Nathan Hines (born 1976), Australian/Scottish rugby player
  • Paul Hines (1855–1935), American professional baseball player
  • Peter Hines, British civil engineer
  • Ray Hines, Australian rugby league footballer
  • St. Aubyn Hines (born 1972), Jamaican boxer
  • Ted Hines (1926–1983), American librarian
  • Thomas Hines (1838–1898), Confederate spy during the American Civil War
  • Timothy Hines (born 1961), American director of H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds (2005) and Bug Wars
  • Tyler Hines (born 1990), American basketball player and younger brother of Kyle Hines
  • Walker Hines (1870–1934), American railway executive
  • Zavon Hines (born 1988), British footballer

Given name:

  • Hines Holt (1805–1864), U.S. Representative from Georgia
  • Hines Johnson (1910–1987), Jamaican cricketer
  • Hines Ward (born 1976), American football player

Usage examples of "hines".

There ain’t enough sin here to keep Me busy because what do I care for the fornications of a slut, since that is a part of My purpose too,’ and Old Doc Hines said, ‘How is the fornications of a slut a part of Your purpose too?

You could persuade him,’ and Old Doc Hines said, ‘I care no more for your fornications than God does,’ and she said, ‘He will tell and I will be fired.

One day the town found the woman established in the small house where they had lived ever since, though for the next five years Hines was at home only once a month, over the weekend.

But in time he stopped this, too, The town wondered for a while, how they would live now, then it forgot to speculate about this just as later when the town learned that Hines went on foot about the county, holding revival services in negro churches, and that now and then negro women carrying what were obviously dishes of food would be seen entering from the rear the house where the couple lived, and emerging emptyhanded, it wondered about this for a time and then forgot it.

In time the town either forgot or condoned, because Hines was an old man and harmless, that which in a young man it would have crucified.

They held Hines, cursing, his old frail bones and his stringlike muscles for the time inherent with the fluid and supple fury of a weasel.

Between the two men Hines stood on his own legs now, muttering a little now as if he were waking from sleep.

God give Old Doc Hines his chance and so Old Doc Hines give God His chance too.

And that some day the devil was going to come on him and him not know it until too late, and the devil was going to say, ‘Eupheus Hines, I have come to collect my toll.

When Old Doc Hines could see in his face the black curse of God Almighty.

The neighbor said that she had left them on the circus lot, to spend the night with another girl that lived about six miles away, and the neighbor wondered how Hines didn’t know about it, because he said that the gal had her grip with her when she got into the wagon.

He stayed by himself, standing still, and then Old Doc Hines knew that he was listening to the hidden warning of God’s doom, and Old Doc Hines said to him, ‘Why don’t you play with them other children like you used to?

From that very first night, when He had chose His own Son’s sacred anniversary to set it a-working on, He set Old Doc Hines to watch it.

It was cold that night, and Old Doc Hines standing in the dark just behind the corner where he could see the doorstep and the accomplishment of the Lord’s will, and he saw that young doctor coming in lechery and fornication stop and stoop down and raise the Lord’s abomination and tote it into the house.

Christmas what,’ and God said to Old Doc Hines, ‘Tell them,’ and they all looked at Old Doc Hines with the reek of pollution on them, hollering, ‘Why, it’s Uncle Doc.