American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western California east-northeast of Monterey on the Salinas River, about 241 km (150 mi) long, near its outlet on Monterey Bay. The city is a processing center and the birthplace of John Steinbeck, who based many of his stories on the migratory farm workers of the Salinas Valley. Population: 145,000.
- n. Plural form of Salina.
“And if you think the water in Salinas is bad, don't drink it in San Diego, it's even worse; -) viejomalogato”
“Center in Salinas, California, which opened June 27, 1998.”
“Born in Salinas, California, the hot and sexy actress started performing in musical theater, appearing in local productions of Carousel, The Wizard of Oz, The King and I, The Music Man, and Cinderella, among others.”
“Just go up and ask my neighbor if the story about his relationship with Raul Salinas is true.”
“It all began when a friend advised him, "All you do is go to auction in Salinas on a Saturday, you buy yourself a calf for around forty or fifty dollars, bring him back and put him on my pasture until he weighs about a thousand pounds, and you eat him.”
“He was born in Salinas, Calif., and his family moved to Las Vegas.”
“Overview: Communities specifically designed for Baby Boomer and older residents in Salinas, Calif.,”
“I was well trained with bottled water while living in Salinas because the tap water was so foul.”
“The fashionable clothing label Salinas kicked off the revival last June at Rio's annual Fashion Week, putting its models in Miranda-inspired swimsuits and marching them through a gantlet of 50 tons of bananas.”
“But as a teenager in Salinas, Calif., he tried high school rodeos.”
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