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San An·ge·lo

 (săn ăn′jə-lō′)
A city of west-central Texas south-southwest of Abilene. A notorious frontier town in the 1870s, it grew after the coming of the railroad in 1888.

San An•ge•lo

(sæn ˈæn dʒəˌloʊ)
a city in W Texas. 87,340.
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Noun1.San Angelo - a town in west central TexasSan Angelo - a town in west central Texas; formerly a notorious frontier town
Lone-Star State, Texas, TX - the second largest state; located in southwestern United States on the Gulf of Mexico
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Headquartered in San Angelo, Texas, Hirschfeld is a fabricator of steel bridges and structural steel for stadiums, airports, and other large commercial and industrial projects.
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An Army veteran, Miranda has a bachelors degree in biology and chemistry from Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas.
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El documental Los Lonely Boys: cottonfields and crossroads cuenta la historia de tres hermanos norteamericanos de origen mexicano oriundos de San Angelo, Texas, creadores de un sonido unico que combina el la esencia musical de San Angelo de las decadas de 1950 y 60 con un estilo propio al que bautizaron "Texican".
After the war, he attended the US Air Forces School of Applied Tactics in Orlando and then transferred to San Angelo, Texas where he was discharged as 1st Lieutenant and became a founder of Westland Airlines and Sky Harbor Air Park.
Judge Barbara Walther ordered that the children should be kept by the state after hearing 21 hours of testimony over two days at a court in San Angelo, Texas.

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