calabaza

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calabaza

(ˌkæləˈbɑːzə; Spanish ˌkalaˈβaza)
n
any of several species of gourd of the genus Cucurbita
[C20: from Spanish; see calabash]]
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Seemingly every time the Calabasas boys' basketball team needed a basket in the second half of Friday night's game, it went to Silvio Arie.
The loan was originated by ARCS' Calabasas Hills Office.
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With an ever-changing singles lineup, Calabasas coach Kim Kinberg relied heavily on the efforts of her doubles teams to keep the program among the ranks of Southern California's elite.
The transition of Tekelec's headquarters will occur in stages over the next year as it vacates the current facility in Calabasas, Calif.
One of the area's most successful players, the 17-year-old Schnitman was sidelined for the majority of the offseason with a right shoulder injury, forcing the Calabasas High senior to put down her racket and pick up a new pastime -- working with animals.
The Commons at Calabasas in collaboration with The Calabasas Shul is proud to present the 5th Annual Candle Lighting Hanukah Celebration honoring the "Heroes of Freedom" -- the United States Armed Forces.
Calabasas has long been thought of as a singles factory when it comes to high school girls' tennis, producing Division I college talents Celia Durkin, Erin Everly, Amanda Fink, Kristen McVitty and Monica Wiesener in the past five years alone.
Hilton Hotels Corporation announced today the opening of the 142-room Hilton Garden Inn(R) Calabasas in Calabasas, California, representing another addition to the brand's growing collection of more than 130 Hilton Garden Inn hotels across North America.
Hollenstein, 70, owner of the Calabasas Inn for 34 years and a longtime West Hills resident, is retiring at the end of this year, having sold the Inn and its surrounding property to a local developer.
The Vikings played perennial powers San Marcos of Santa Barbara, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Viewpoint of Calabasas and Granada Hills in an 11-day period in March, and they competed in two tournaments.