American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of central California in the San Joaquin Valley northwest of Fresno. It is a trade and tourist center in a farm and dairy region. Population: 76,300.
“Passings | Lonnie Cox, owner of Cop-A-Comic in Merced, Calif., died of a heart attack last month.”
“-- Turkish star Enes Kanter, a 6-9 center playing at Stonebridge Prep in Merced, Calif., has said he will sign with the Wildcats, according to Scout. com.”
“I used to live in Merced, (just outside of Mariposa).”
“Despite being defeated soundly in Merced and Stanislaus counties, Proposition 2, the fair treatment of farm animals, passed resoundingly in the state ....”
“Orlando Merced is a solid pinch-hitter, but he isn't considered a viable option as a starter.”
“Nobody knows what Orlando Merced is going to bring to Boston's table.”
“There had been an immense fall of snow the winter before, the Merced was a raging torrent, overflowing its banks, and from every ledge poured a miniature cataract.”
“While most committee members agreed something should be done for the homeless camping along Black Rascal Creek and in other locations in Merced, that is where agreement ended.”
“The prosecution also called Merced police Lt. Thomas Trindad, who testified that he has worked for years in gang suppression with the force.”
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