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- proper n. A city near Los Angeles, California
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- n. a city in southern California located on 8.5 miles of Pacific beachfront; was a resort until oil was discovered in 1921
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Members of the Wolfpack Hustle planned to peddle on a roughly 40-mile route starting near the Burbank airport to see whether they or a JetBlue passenger will reach Long Beach first.
A few planned to take discounted helicopter rides over the empty stretch of the 405, several dozen others have $4 to $5 tickets to board special JetBlue flights between Long Beach Airport and Bob Hope Airport in Burbank.
He sent the thought as he turned onto the exit for Long Beach Island.
Using four additional pitchers to get to the ninth—most notably, Long Beach California resident Ian Kennedy, who took a major-league mound for the first time in thirteen months due to surgery to remove an aneurysm from his right arm—it was an unusual bridge to his closer extraordinaire, Mariano Rivera.
Jan Bono taught school for 30 years on the Long Beach peninsula in southwest Washington State.
Jesse had never thought much of the drive up the twenty-mile length of the Long Beach Peninsula.
Flight passenger Joe Anthony's total travel time including cab ride from Long Beach Airport to the park was just over 2 1 / 2hours.