Santa Barbara Islands

Santa Barbara Islands
a group of islands off the SW coast of California.

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  • Santa Barbara Islands — group of nine islands, & many islets, off the SW coast of Calif …   English World dictionary

  • Santa Barbara Islands — plural noun a group of eight islands off the south western coast of California; includes Santa Catalina and Santa Cruz …   Australian English dictionary

  • Santa Barbara Islands — California’s Channel Islands including Santa Catalina …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Santa Barbara Islands — geographical name see Channel Islands 1 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Santa Barbara Islands — San′ta Bar′bara Is′lands n. pl. geg a group of islands off the SW coast of California …   From formal English to slang

  • Santa Barbara Islands — a group of islands off the SW coast of California …   Useful english dictionary

  • Santa Catalina Islands — w1 Santa Catalina Island NASA Bild von Los Angeles mit Lage von Santa Catalina Gewässer Pazifischer Ozean …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Santa Barbara — /san teuh bahr beuhr euh, breuh/ a city on the SW coast of California: Spanish mission. 74,542. * * * City (pop., 2000: 92,325), southern California, U.S. Located on the Pacific coast, Santa Barbara was named for the patron saint of mariners in… …   Universalium

  • Santa Barbara Island — is a small island located about convert|50|mi|km off the southern California coast near Los Angeles.With a total area of about 640 acres (2.6 km²) it is the smallest of the eight Channel Islands of California. It is the southern most island in… …   Wikipedia

  • Santa Barbara (Kalifornien) — Santa Barbara Spitzname: The American Riviera Pier von Santa Barbara, im Hintergrund die Santa Ynez Mountains …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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