Santa Clara

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San·ta Cla·ra

 (săn′tə klăr′ə, klâr′ə)
1. (also sän′tä klä′rä) A city of central Cuba east-southeast of Havana. Founded in 1689, it is a processing center and rail junction.
2. A city of northern California in Silicon Valley northwest of San Jose.

Santa Clara

(Spanish ˈsanta ˈklara)
(Placename) a city in W central Cuba: sugar and tobacco industries. Pop: 216 000 (2005 est)

San′ta Cla′ra

(ˈklær ə)
1. a city in central Cuba. 205,400.
2. a city in central California, S of San Francisco. 89,830.
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Noun1.Santa Clara - a city of west central CaliforniaSanta Clara - a city of west central California; residential area with light industry
Calif., California, Golden State, CA - a state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes
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Naumann was all apologies in asking her to stand, and allow him to adjust her attitude, to which she submitted without any of the affected airs and laughs frequently thought necessary on such occasions, when the painter said, "It is as Santa Clara that I want you to stand-- leaning so, with your cheek against your hand--so--looking at that stool, please, so
On the morrow Santa Clara too was retouched more than once.
But this he was to learn early in his residence in Santa Clara Valley.
Life was complex in the Santa Clara Valley after the simplicities of the Northland.
We traced him from the state hospital for the insane at Napa to the one in Stockton, and from there to the one in the Santa Clara Valley called Agnews, and there the trail ceased.
Buck lived at a big house in the sun-kissed Santa Clara Valley.
Worried that the Santa Clara River could end up as paved and polluted as the Los Angeles River, a group of environmentalists plans to file suit today charging that the U.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named the City of Santa Clara a Green Power Community, making the City only one of 14 communities to receive such an honor.
VALENCIA - The major owner of land along the banks of the Santa Clara River is challenging a national environmental group for naming the channel as one of the nation's most endangered waterways - without visiting the region.
Over the last two years, women leaders from 14 countries have graduated from this summer leadership intensive planned for July 22 through the 29 at Santa Clara University.
SANTA CLARITA - Dozens of state and local environmental leaders gathered Wednesday at a rally to call on community and government support for the Santa Clara River, after a new national poll showed it is one of the nation's most endangered waterways.
With design plans in place, an eager team of student engineers ready to start pounding nails, and an international competition just eight months away, Santa Clara University's Solar Decathlon team is marking the start of the construction phase of the University's first solar house with a kickoff celebration on at 9 a.

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