American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Alaska on an inlet of Prince William Sound. A military base during World War II, it is the southern terminus of the oil pipeline from Prudhoe Bay. An oil spill in the waters of the sound caused extensive environmental damage in 1989. Population: 4,000.
- n. A city in Alaska.
- n. a port on Alaska's southern coast from which oil is shipped to markets around the world
“Mr. EDWARD VALDEZ VILLARREAL: (Foreign language spoken) BEAUBIEN: Whenever he was high, he wanted to kill me, Valdez says of the drug lord who was known as the boss of bosses.”
“Born on June 26, 1940, Luis Valdez is the second of ten children born to farm worker parents in Delano.”
“Juan Valdez is absolutely amazing. .it is owned by a group of Colombian coffee farmers and the quality of coffee there is far superior than most other coffee options in midtown.”
“Nothing in present day Valdez is more than 42 years old.”
“Scott Munter or prospect Merkin Valdez also could enter the picture at some point.”
“That happened on the job at the oil-loading terminal in Valdez, Alaska.”
“Lupe Valdez is a woman, a Hispanic, a Democrat and a lesbian -- and, come Jan. 1, she's entering the ranks of Texas good ol 'boys.”
“Those institutions where every child who went there had to accept the name Valdez or any other name no longer exist, because these alleged charitable organizations did a certain favor to the child, or they represented themselves as saving a child, a child whom they made unhappy the rest of his life.”
“Jose Valdez R and his friend Mary Santiago hug as they look over the name of Valdez' sister, Mayra Valdes Rodriguez, at the National 9/11 Memorial during the tenth anniversary ceremonies of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center site”
“LH Ricky Romero, LH Mark Rzepczynski, LH Brian Tallet, RH Merkin Valdez,”
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