from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southern California at the foot of the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles. First explored in 1772, it was the site of a mission (established 1810) and a city founded by Mormons (1850s). It is a trade and processing center. Population: 199,000.
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- n. a city in southern California to the east of Los Angeles
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Brian Cabell is live for us in San Bernardino, which is east of Los Angeles -- Brian, good morning.
In 1819 the Indians of the Guachama rancho, called San Bernardino, petitioned for the introduction of agriculture and stock raising, and this was practically the beginning of that _asistencia_, as will be recorded in the chapter on the various chapels.
Before reaching the strait there is a rock, or barren islet, called San Bernardino; this strait is formed by the coast of the island of Luzon and that of the island of Capul.
Anyone with information is asked to call San Bernardino sheriff's at 866-346-7632.
During the summer, work began on two billion-dollar projects in California - the I-215 Widening Project in San Bernardino, which is using $128 million in ARRA funds to reduce traffic congestion that had been crippling the local economy, and the other using $189.9 million in ARRA funds to add
On "San Bernardino," about a couple who give birth in a bathtub in a highway-side motel, cellist Erik Friedlander sent back a score that layered urgent pizzicato over a languid melodic line.
Now, sure, I can see a point in a 100 years where everything from Woodland Hills to Santa Barbara and Irvine to San Diego and San Dimas to San Bernardino is totally paved over and developed, but frankly, I’m glad I’ll won’t be around to see that.
_, Catbalogan] (where the corregidor and commandant of the jurisdiction lives), Paranas, Caluiga, Bangahon, and Batan and Capul -- which is an islet located in the same channel, next to a smaller islet called San Bernardino, which gives name to this channel
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"Counties that were long known as Republican strongholds, such as San Bernardino,
They said they put portable monitors in place as backups and repaired the permanent ones in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, San Diego last weekend.
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