from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of central Cuba east-southeast of Havana. Founded in 1689, it is a processing center and rail junction. Population: 210,000.
- A city of western California northwest of San Jose. It is mainly a residential community. Population: 109,000.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A county, city and mission located in California, United States.
- proper n. The native people of this region.
- proper n. The native language spoken in this region.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a city of west central California; residential area with light industry
Her grandfather was Gil Ayres Moniz, who was secretary to the famous Constable Pereira in the reign of John I, and is chiefly interesting to us because he founded the chapel of the "Piedad" in the Carmelite Monastery at Lisbon, in which the Moniz family had the right of interment for ever, and in which the body of Philippa, after her brief pilgrimage in this world was over, duly rested; and whence her son ordered its disinterment and re-burial in the church of Santa Clara in San Domingo.
Again lots were drawn for a pilgrimage to the shrine of Santa Clara of Moguer, the pilgrim to watch and pray for one night there; and again the lot fell on Columbus.
Inés, and Santa Clara Rivers, the adjacent eastern slope of the Coast
If he wasn’t a lawyer, Bob believed he would be a sports announcer or color commentator, a skill he developed calling football and basketball games while attending Santa Clara College in California.
La Beltraneja, however, abandoned her claims, taking the veil in the monastery of Santa Clara of Coimbra (1480), and with that event the right of Isabella to the throne of Castile became unquestioned.
"Contributions to North American Ethnology", I (Washington, 1877), and of the Santa Clara dialect of California in Powers's "Tribes of