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- proper n. A city located in San Mateo County, California, United States.
- proper n. One name for the mission located in Monterey County, California
- proper n. A native people of the Monterey County region.
- proper n. The native language spoken in the Monterey County region.
- proper n. Places named after Saint Charles (acquired from the Spanish)
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This was called San Carlos of Monterey, and the settlement was the capital of Alta California for many years.
After some bickering, we arranged for carriers to San Carlos, which is the _cabecera_ of the district.
That afternoon we drove all about old Naples, visiting many of the quaint and handsome old cathedrals and palaces, and that night we went to hear "Lucretia Borgia," at the San Carlos, which is one of the most magnificent theaters to be found in all Europe.
The college seminary of San Carlos, which is located in the city of
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 28 of 55 1637-38 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century
Some orange, banana, and plantain trees exhaust the list of the productions of San Carlos, which is supported by being a calling place for all vessels proceeding up and down the river, and by the
The city seal calls San Carlos "The City of Good Living," a motto adopted in the early days.
Conditions were so bad, U.S. soldier's dubbed San Carlos agency "Hell's forty acres."
But I lived in Mexico all my life in a small turism town called San Carlos and the people that visit there leave happy and we treat them the best we can.
A city news release says the San Jose Mercury-News once called San Carlos "The Perfect City."
In the Bay Area, towns such as San Carlos have outsourced their policing to the San Mateo County Sheriff Department, saving an estimated $2 million a year, because they had no funds to pay their own police force.