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solano

(səʊˈlɑːnəʊ)
n
(Physical Geography) a hot wind in Spain
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He towed his ark around the Solano Wharf and into the big bight at Turner's Shipyard.
Slack water had come, and as we dropped around the end of the Solano Wharf we saw Big Alec at work, running his line and removing the fish.
Below the town of Benicia, where the Solano wharf projects, the Straits widen out into what bay-farers call the "Bight of Turner's Shipyard.
I started to swim for the Solano shore, but was too weak and chilled, and made so little headway, and at the cost of such painful effort, that I gave it up and contented myself with floating, now and then giving a stroke to keep my balance in the tide-rips which were increasing their commotion on the surface of the water.
NOBBY SOLANO has helped guide Peru into the last eight of the Copa America.
A scholarship that took Elizabeth Solano from Sheridan to Harding University "opened a lot of doors" for the first-generation college student.
DUBLIN, Ohio, July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wendy's Company (NASDAQ: WEN) announced today that Brandon Solano, 43, a veteran brand builder and product innovator, has been named Senior Vice President of Marketing.
One of the highlights of the season for Solano was offering encouragement to his younger teammates, especially those new to track.
Solano is not part of Pools boss Neale Cooper's plans and at 37 the former Peru international and Newcastle fans' favourite is keen to get into management.
First 5 Solano presented awards to business employees at a Solano Economic Development Corp.
ROLLY Solano and Latchie Villanueva were each crowned champions in the Bowling Marathon Championship, which concluded recently at Funland Centre.
FORMER Aston Villa winger Nobby Solano saw his luxury home repossessed - and blamed his ex-wife for his financial woes.