American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern California, an industrial suburb of Los Angeles. Population: 59,700.
“Among those expected to deliver the eulogy include Bishop Noel Jones of the 17,000 member City of Refuge Church in Gardena, Calif.,”
“(CiCi's has a carry-out-only restaurant in Gardena, Calif.)”
“A different bioethanol appliance manufacturer, Decoflame USA in Gardena, Calif., last year began selling fireplaces that can hang like flat-screen TVs on a wall and run on fuel derived from beets, sugarcane and corn.”
“Decoflame USA in Gardena, Calif., last year began selling fireplaces that hang like flat-screen TVs, need no venting and are powered on bioethanol derived from beets, sugarcane and corn.”
“Dang ... from Long Beach and Orange County, no less ... makes me feel OK about being born in Gardena.”
“A sheltered gorge thinly wooded with fir-trees opens before us; the long impending rain begins again, hard and fast; and the path becoming soon too steep for riding, we have to dismount and walk in a pelting storm down a steep mountain-side to Santa Maria Gardena, which is the first hamlet at the head of the Grödner Thal.”
“Anyone with information on the crash, call Gardena police at (310) 217-9670 or (310) 217-6135.”
“Mr. Levin has also represented municipal-debt issuers, such as Gardena, Calif., in negotiating solutions to avert bankruptcy filings.”
“Vladovic said securing a large campus such as Gardena is especially difficult.”
“We now appeal to the Japanese in Gardena Valley to rise up at this time.”
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