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Soledad, CA -- U.S. city in California
Population (2000): 11263
Housing Units (2000): 2534
Land area (2000): 4.202667 sq. miles (10.884857 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 4.202667 sq. miles (10.884857 sq. km)
FIPS code: 72520
Located within: California (CA), FIPS 06
Location: 36.433199 N, 121.329828 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 93960
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Soledad, CA

Soledad, Spanish for "solitude", often refers to María de la Soledad (Our Lady of Solitude), a variant name of Mary the mother of Jesus, in Roman Catholic tradition

Soledad may also refer to:

Soledad (telenovela)

Soledad is a Mexican telenovela produced by Valentín Pimstein for Televisa in 1980.

It starred by Libertad Lamarque, Edith González, Héctor Bonilla, Rosalía Valdés and Christian Bach

Usage examples of "soledad".

He reached for his canes and had just levered himself into a standing position when Soledad appeared in the study doorway, wringing her hands.

Soledad had brought Sam his jacket and Sam laboriously put it on, making the awkward transfer of canes from one hand to the other so he could reach into the sleeves with a free hand.

Soledad is haunted by dreams of the final days in Bamaca, and memories of her happy time there with the revolutionary poet and philosopher Jorge Echeverria, and through them we learn how she came to the cruce, how her affair with Jorge began, how she overcame her stage fright there among the myriad street musicians, and how disaster struck this haven of freedom and creativity.

She wants me to join her in a devotion to Our Lady de la Soledad, the effect of which would be a complete cure for us both.

Simon and Schuster Contents PREFACE 1 The Transformation of Dona Soledad 2 The Little Sisters 3 La Gorda 4 The Genaros 5 The Art of Dreaming 6 The Second Attention Preface A flat, barren mountaintop on the western slopes of the Sierra Madre in central Mexico was the setting for my final meeting with don Juan and don Genaro and their other two appren- tices, Pablito and Nestor.

I asked dona Soledad to hand me the long stick and with it I pushed the lever to release the backrest from its straight position.

Carlyle y busqué las páginas consagradas al orador del género humano, Anacharsis Cloots, que me había conducido a aquella mañana y a aquella soledad.

Anthony's Day, and passing the Church of the Soledad I went in, with the double motive of hearing mass and of procuring a partner for the next day's ball.

Antes de jubilarse de su cargo en el Ferrocarril decidió establecerse en Turdera, que le ofrecía las ventajas de una soledad casi agreste y de la cercanía de Buenos Aires.

Cuando el hombre madura a los cien años, está listo a enfrentarse consigo mismo y con su soledad.

Previsiblemente respondió que ya lo había hecho: esos conceptos, y otros no menos novedosos, figuraban en el Canto Augural, Canto Prologal o simplemente Canto-Prólogo de un poema en el que trabajaba hacía muchos años, sin réclame, sin bullanga ensordecedora, siempre apoyado en esos dos báculos que se llaman el trabajo y la soledad.