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- proper n. A twin-engined amphibious aircraft used during the Second World War.
- proper n. An island off the coast of California.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Mexican name of Anisotremus tæniatus, a fish of the Pacific coast allied to the pork-fish of the Atlantic.
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One of many cactus varieties in Catalina State Park, Arizona.
When it's realized that Catalina is not pregnant with Arthur's child, her mother sends an emissary to escort her home to Spain.
The pilot was a youngster of 21 in a Catalina, which is an American built flying boat.
She was called the Catalina, and, like all the others vessels in that trade, except the Ayacucho, her papers and colors were from Uncle Sam.
She was called the Catalina, and, like the vessels in that trade, except the Ayacucho, her papers and colors were from Uncle Sam.
Commonly known as Catalina, the island is a picturesque tourist destination, although much of the island was purchased in 1975 by the Santa Catalina Island Conservancy and now is preserved against development
Many twitterers such as Catalina Alba, Victor Solano and Hector Linares responded to the call.
Once the Dr. Dre produced track "Catalina" hit the web followed by the "OB4CL2" album snippets the number of people that were becoming worried about the quality of "The Blueprint 3" increased substantially.
Catalina which is a favourite spot for newlyweds on their honeymoon.
Spanish Merchant Steamer "Catalina" Captured by the Cruiser
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