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Seager emphasizes that 90 percent of the problems at Napa State are caused by 15 to 20 percent of the patients.
Mondavi also realized the value of coaxing trophy names from Bordeaux into opening wineries in Napa.
Nobody did more to establish Napa as a world player in serious wine than Robert Mondavi.
But even without help from a restless tectonic plate, folks in the Napa Valley get easily agitated.
Things never quite settled down and occasionally the earth still rocks, as it did in Napa a week ago.
Napa Valley and its bounding hills were now utterly blotted out.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition|Robert Louis Stevenson
Napa valley and its bounding hills were now utterly blotted out.The Silverado Squatters|Robert Louis Stevenson
Removed to Napa Valley in 1852, he died there nine years later.
You mean the cow pony that came in with the bunch of cattle from the Napa Valley yesterday?Down the Mother Lode|Vivia Hemphill
You know the island in the Napa River just above the railroad bridge?In Macao|Charles A. Gunnison