from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Coronado, Francisco Vásquez de 1510-1554. Spanish explorer who in his quest for the fabled Seven Cities of Cíbola was the first European to explore what is now Arizona and New Mexico.
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- proper n. A peninsula in San Diego
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as amber-jack.
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CORONADO - An advisory measure asking Coronado voters to continue studying a tunnel through town to tame traffic failed at the ballot last week, but that's not stopping the local Tunnel Commission from urging the city to carry on.
S.turday, January 30, 2010 at 1: 23 a.m. CORONADO: Coronado officials are warning swimmers and surfers to stay clear of the wreckage of the S.S. Monte Carlo, an old gambling ship that ran aground near the Coronado S.ores 74 years ago.
Claims training in Coronado, as well as his SEAL missions, which as he tells it, spanned from Latin America to Afghanistan.
Naval Special Warfare Command Public Affairs Officer in Coronado (and providing him with the telephone contact number).
BUD/S (basic underwater demolition/SEAL) field training in Coronado (Calif.)
COMMAND in Coronado, California, and speak with their PUBLIC AFFAIRS
BUD/S (basic underwater demolition/SEAL) field training in Coronado
One of the subordinate commands under them is the Naval Special Warfare Center, also located in Coronado, California, where Navy SEALs go through their training program.
He was not a student at BUD/S training in Coronado at any point between his attendance at basic training and his release from active duty.
Coronado is the primary training facility for the SEALs.