San Antonio

  1. a city of south central Texas; site of the Alamo; site of several military bases and a popular haven for vacationers
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How To Use San Antonio In A Sentence

  • So far this year, I have imbibed on raicilla (not bad - made in the nearby jungle) on the beach at Yelapa, mescal from a community shot glass at a fiesta in Teotitlan del Valle outside of Oaxaca City and some mighty fine double martinis on the River Walk in San Antonio. The Subject of Mescal
  • San Antonio agencies limit the amount of food dispensed and the number of people they serve, according to the survey.
  • Other late offers include seven nights in a complex near to Ibiza's hopping San Antonio for €389 per person in early September.
  • At length this cry became a clamor that shook even the old viceroyal palace in Mexico; while in San Antonio it gave a certain pitch to all conversation, and made men wear their cloaks, and set their beavers, and display their arms, with that demonstrative air of independence they called los Americano. Remember the Alamo
  • That was a major comedown from the previous five games — four against San Antonio and one against Minnesota — where O'Neal was back to being his dominant self. - Malone, Lakers not afraid to mix it up with Wolves
  • Send a money-saving or timesaving hint to Heloise, P.O. Box 795000, San Antonio, TX 78279-5000, or you can fax it to 1-210-HELOISE or e-mail it to [email protected]. Hints From Heloise
  • SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Drew Gooden left the Chicago Bulls and their losing record last month before spending a couple weeks in woeful Sacramento.
  • SAN ANTONIO, TX, Nov 09, 2009/24-7PressRelease/-- Ah, the intense pangs of dolour from those who will miss their Whataburger A. 1. 'Whataburger Serves'
  • With its European style cafes and restaurants, murmuring waterfalls, and lush semi-tropical vegetation, an evening stroll along its shores is a quintessential San Antonio experience.
  • In December 1835, a volunteer Texan force drove government troops out of San Antonio and settled in around the Alamo, a mission compound adapted to military purposes after the 1790s.
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