American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern California near Los Angeles. There are several motion picture and television studios here. Population: 104,000.
- Burbank, Luther 1849-1926. American horticulturist who developed countless new varieties of fruits, vegetables, and flowers, including the russet Burbank potato and the Shasta daisy.
- n. United States horticulturist who developed many new varieties of fruits and vegetables and flowers (1849-1926)
“About a tea party rally in Burbank today where John Colbert is announcing for US Congress (CD29) to defeat Adam Schiff.”
“He plays euro football for a school in Burbank CA.”
“Los Angeles Magazine picks the best restaurants, hot spots, art galleries, and family-friendly activities in Burbank, Culver City, and Santa Monica for a great night ...”
“Los Angeles Magazine picks the best restaurants, hot spots, art galleries, and family-friendly activities in Burbank, Culver City, and Santa Monica for a great night out.”
“Whether you are shopping for costume-centric holidays like Halloween, gearing up for a themed event, or looking to add a little old-school style to your wardrobe, there's probably no better part of Los Angeles to check out than the section of Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank nicknamed Vintage Row.”
“RAZ: Ryan is also a blogger who lives in Burbank, California.”
“When we sat down together at a rehearsal studio in Burbank, California, Elton John insisted this of Leon Russell.”
“Remember when the thing to do was to go to Bob's Big Boy in Burbank on a Friday or Sat night?”
“Mine, well I have many, but my favorite would be Blast From the Past, the pop culture collectible store in Burbank, California.”
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