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Coronado

(kŏr'ənä`dō), city (1990 pop. 26,540), San Diego co., S Calif., on a peninsula on the west side of San Diego Bay; inc. 1890. It is a well-known beach resort. The city is linked to San Diego by the Coronado Bay Bridge at the northern end of the Silver Strand Peninsula. Adjacent to the city are a large U.S. naval air station and a naval amphibious base. Of note is the Hotel del Coronado, a state historical monument.
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FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD far enough and you just might end up on Coronado Island along San Diego Bay.
It feels great,'' Coronado said, after winning the Foothill League title.
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Commander, Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 1, Coronado, Calif.
It's hard every time you go up those hills,'' Coronado said about the famed Poop Out, Reservoir and Switchback.
Thus, we noted that the analyses were exploratory in nature (see "Methods"; Coronado et al.
More than 450 years before, Francisco Vasquez de Coronado strode this riverbank on his journey to immortality.
Bruce Ives, President and CEO of Coronado First Bank (the "Bank") (OTCBB:CDFB), announced that it has augmented its development team by adding Jon Vance to its staff.