American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of north-central Florida south-southeast of Gainesville. It is a trade, processing, and shipping center in a citrus-growing region. Population: 52,500.
“OCALa - A 43-year-old Ocala resident was arrested late Sunday after deputies say he sneaked into his ex-girlfriend's home, hid in her closet and attempted to sexually assault her.”
“OCAlA - Marion County Utilities has issued a precautionary boil water notice for the South Oak community in Ocala, because of a loss of system pressure.”
“OCALA - At a time when Marion County is experiencing 12.3 percent unemployment, local officials and business leaders normally would lay down a red carpet for a business that promised to bring thousands of jobs to Ocala.”
“John Travolta and his actress wife, Kelly Preston, flew out of the Bahamas on Monday night with the ashes, which were turned over to a funeral home in Ocala, Florida, said Obie Wilchcombe, a member of parliament for western Grand Bahama.”
“P.S. Walker lives in Ocala, Florida, but is a member of the Detroit”
“Told me they caught Marasco in Ocala, this time as a LCDR SEAL wearing the CMOH.”
“So that June, as usual, Andres went along, though he didn't want to go — he didn't want to miss Little League season in Ocala, for one thing.”
“Funeral arrangements are being made in Ocala, Florida, where the Travoltas have a home, according to Travolta family friend and Tampa attorney Michael McDermott.”
“Love and God bless, Linda (Grandparents 'neighbor in Ocala)”
“You could hunt a long time in Ocala Nat'l Forest and never get a buck.”
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