San Fernando Valley

NOUN
  1. a fertile valley in southern California to the north of Los Angeles; includes many residential communities
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How To Use San Fernando Valley In A Sentence

  • The only available histories of the San Fernando Valley were a couple short, superficial books, but I read those too. CounterPunch
  • His decision to immediately depart that position and to "carpetbag" over from Burbank/Glendale over into the Eastern San Fernando Valley would not be met with joy by many of the voters who elected him in November. Archive 2009-06-01
  • Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley are a microcosm of the phenomenon, with heavy immigration waves in the 1980s and 1990s leading to more American-born Latino children, Fry said. Latest Articles
  • They all live in a fantastically huge fallout shelter underneath the San Fernando Valley.
  • Two days after Haim personally picked up the drugs, his primary-care doctor called the San Fernando Valley pharmacy to ask about the prescriptions, the source said. WIBW - HomePage - Headlines
  • There are many Home Depots close to S-T in the San Fernando Valley which is part of Los Angeles, and of course, there are many businesses and contractors in S-T where we spend our money instead of at any Home Depot. Wendy Greuel Steps Up!
  • Interstate 405, also known as the San Diego Freeway or simply "the 405," is an almost 50-mile multilane bypass along the city's West Side, stretching from the San Fernando Valley southward to Irvine. Carmageddon predicted for L.A.'s 405 closing
  • In 1944, and with San Fernando Valley population nearing 176,000 residents, renowned singer Bing Crosby released his chart-topping tune "San Fernando Valley", causing many GI's overseas to fulfill the promise of the song and make the San Fernando Valley - and Encino - their home. LAFD News & Information
  • In Los Angeles, we have the Metro Orange Line, a bus that runs on its own dedicated busway, roughly parallel to Victory Boulevard across the San Fernando Valley. Matthew Yglesias » The Case for Free Transit
  • In 1994, like so many other drifters before him, he settled in the San Fernando Valley, California, with his Chicago-born wife, Tania, and their daughter, Lily.
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