MADRID Of the many hotels in Madrid, I prefer the ones between the Plaza de Santa Ana and the Plaza de Lavapiés.
He is a member of the Santa Ana Pueblo, one of the 22 tribes in New Mexico.
She appeared in a Santa Ana courtroom on Thursday wearing a dark blue prison jumpsuit with her hair tied up in a bun.
One of the three was lost; the remaining two captured the said galleon “Santa Ana,” and came to these islands.
Ah, it knows, that sky; it will have nothing lying about when the Santa Ana comes.
I can recall Oswald having no dates while stationed at Santa Ana.
More than four hundred of the "Santa Ana's" crew had been killed and wounded.
The next chapel—that of Santa Ana—is not so large, but designed in far better taste.
How far was I from supposing this morning, when we rescued the Santa Ana, that you were on board!
The vessel “Santa Ana” is repaired and makes the voyage the succeeding year.
A strong, dry, hot wind that blows from the desert regions of southern California toward the Pacific coast, usually in winter. The Santa Ana wind occurs when a region of high pressure forms over the Great Basin (the high plateau east of the Sierra mountains and west of the Rocky mountains). The clockwise rotation of air around this high-pressure region forces air down from the plateau. As it descends, the air warms up and picks up speed. Because the wind is hot and dry, it contributes to the hazardous fire conditions of southern California.