American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern California east of Los Angeles. It has a large citrus-processing industry. Population: 47,800.
“COVINA (CA) - "Police in El Monte and Covina will conduct checkpoints Saturday night”
“Alicia Ortiz, her son Michael and seven other relatives were killed by Bruce Pardo when he barged into his ex-in-laws 'Covina home during a holiday party Dec. 24 dressed as Santa Claus and opened fire.”
“Covina landlords unaware tenants were victims of massacre [Daily News] (Thanks to Heidi!) (Photo: mainfr4me)”
“Kaiser Federal Bank of Covina, Calif., owned by Kaiser Federal Financial Group Inc., raised its five-year CD rate to 3% from 2.75%, with a minimum deposit of $10,000.”
“Claremont, San Dimas and Pomona, as well as portions of Covina and”
“Dinner one night was at La Covina de Lilliam, the best garden paladar in Miramar section of Havana.”
“In L.A., crews rocked up from all over the city: West Covina, South Central L.A., Pasadena, Venice, Downtown, Glendale, and Crenshaw.”
“My father, a Syrian man who had migrated to the states in 1968 and received his citizenship in 1984, arrived only minutes later in jeans, a polo from the '70s, and sandals -- a far cry from his standard suit-and-tie uniform -- to see one of the fruits of his rags-to-riches, American-Dream successes, his Hummer of West Covina dealership, in flames.”
“The culprits of the arson attack, three members of the Earth Liberation Front ELF, used our West Covina dealership as the backdrop for a sensationalist stunt to nationally publicize their message: down with "gas-guzzling" Hummers and the "big, fat, lazy Americans" who drive them, as two of the various slogans graffitied onto more than 80 SUVs on the lot stated.”
“Some of the nation's priciest gas is in West Covina on the eastern side of Los Angeles County.”
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