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San Rafael

[ san ruh-fel; Spanish sahn rah-fah-el ]

noun

  1. a city in W Argentina.
  2. a city in W California, N of San Francisco.


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In San Rafael, California, for example, the working-­class neighborhood of Canal has one of the highest case rates for the novel coronavirus in Marin County, as well as some of the spottiest wireless access.

I've been over to San Rafael all day visiting my cousins; had a great time; went out to row.

The exchange was made, and the salmon boat got up its spritsail and headed down the bay toward the marshes off San Rafael.

In spite of this, the population of San Rafael increased until it numbered 1140 in 1828.

San Rafael is situated two or three miles from the shore of the bay, and commands an extensive view of the bay and its islands.

It is a vast forest of rock forms, and in its midst is San Rafael Swell, an elevation crowned with still more gigantic rock forms.

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