American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of western California on San Pablo Bay north of Oakland. It is a trade and processing center and has a large naval shipyard, founded by Adm. David Farragut in 1854. Population: 117,000.
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“(02-15) 15: 06 PST VALLEJO -- A man died early today after being shot in Vallejo, police said.”
“It is true, Bannerman was in Vallejo, on secret government business, at the time of the destruction of Mare”
“From a room in Vallejo he sent his electric discharges across the Vallejo Straits to Mare Island.”
“Moments ago, I finished watching Race to Nowhere, a movie that was recently shown in Vallejo, the district where I teach.”
“Ina Coolbrith park, at Taylor and Vallejo, is high on the eastern slope of Russian”
“This from Harrison (ph) in Vallejo, California: My parents and forebears all came from a small town in North Carolina and are mixed-race Indians of the Lumbee Tribe.”
“DORNHELM: Vallejo is not the only one closing stations.”
“Born and raised in Vallejo, CA right at the mouth of the Napa Valley.”
“Vallejo is cutting their police force from 158 to 89 – and their doing it in the midst of an alarmingly violent crime wave.”
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