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(măl`ĭbo͞o), resort and residential city (2010 pop. 12,645), S Calif., W of Los Angeles and near Santa Monica, inc. 1991. Due to its relative reclusiveness, Malibu (and the somewhat larger Malibu Beach area) is home to many of those in the film, television, and entertainment businesses. Elaborate residences line a beach escarpment above a sandspit extending into Santa Monica Bay. Close by are the J. Paul Getty Museum's Getty Villa facility and the main campuse of Pepperdine Univ.


See D. K. Randall, The King and Queen of Malibu (2016).

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reportedly related to the problem with the Malibus.
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Affected vehicles were certain 2007-2010 Chevrolet Malibus, Saturn Aura and Pontiac G6 models, all with four-speed automatic transmissions.
5 million Malibus in the United States since its debut in 1964.
You are therefore responsible for guiding the project from conception to production with a team," explains Windham, who was recently tasked with redesigning the next generation of Chevrolet Malibus.
GM is also adding production by using its Chevy Volt plant in Detroit as a second source of Malibus, in addition to the primary factory in Fairfax, Kansas.
One of these programs is floor carpeting in Chevrolet Malibus, which is changing from tufted to needlepunch substrates in some areas.
Total sales of GM passenger cars improved 38 per cent during April, led by the sale of Aveos, Optras, Cruzes and Malibus.
I just liked going out with friends, getting drunk on toomany Malibus and Cokes, and then someone would produce some drugs and occasionally Iwould take some.
People are buying Chevy Malibus over Japanese makes.