American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western California southeast of San Jose. Located in the fertile Santa Clara Valley, the city is a trade center with varied industries. Population: 48,300.
“GILROY -- Police are trying to determine if drinking alcohol led to the death of a 15 year old girl at a slumber party in Gilroy.”
“I grew up in Gilroy and used to deliver the Dispatch each evening on my trusty Schwinn three speed.”
“Solena Group, a Washington, D. C.-based company is developing a commercial scale bio-jet fuel production plant in Gilroy California.”
“I just did a presentation last weekend to a small group at a library in Gilroy, California.”
“A public memorial service is planned for Oct. 25 in Gilroy, Calif.”
“Moments later, the Compaq Center was shaken by a magnitude 5.2 earthquake centered in Gilroy, California.”
“Not that this couldn’t have happened in Gilroy, the demographics are similar as is probably the nature of the school administrations.”
“But instead we have Clive Owen (fresh from Spring flop THE INTERNATIONAL, which coincidently happens to be a pretty good flick) and Julia Roberts (whose gargantuan teeth were last seen in CHARLIE WILSON’S WAR), directed by Tony Gilroy from a script of his own doing.”
“Erlandson’s “circus trees” were popular, and just like any decent circus, travelled around a bit before finally settling down for retirement at the Bonfante Gardens in Gilroy, California.”
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