Pomona

One of the `minor planets` of our solar system. Discovered by Goldschmidt on 26 Oct 1854. Diameter in km: 92. More data in TABLE 13. THE MINOR PLANETS
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Pomona

In Roman mythology, a wood nymph and the goddess of fruit trees. She is often depicted in art holding a cornucopia, symbolizing the fruits of the earth. Vertumnus, a
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Pomona

Po·mo'na noun [ Latin , from pomum fruit.] (Class. Myth.) The goddess of fruits and fruit trees.
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pomona

The goddess of fruits and fruit trees. ... Origin: L, from pomum fruit. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Pomona

• (n.) The goddess of fruits and fruit trees.
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Pomona

(from the article `New England Glass Company`) ...(q.v.), called Wild Rose, which is an opaque, coloured glass with a glossy finish shading from white to deep rose; the amberina glass (q.v.), with ...
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Pomona

city, Los Angeles county, southern California, U.S. It lies in the Pomona Valley at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. Originally inhabited by ...
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Pomona

Pomona is a Greek girl name. The meaning of the name is `Apple ` The name Pomona doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Pomona seems to be unique!
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Pomona

Pomona City in California from Roman mythology, the goddess of fruit.
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Pomona

[North] The north Pomona station serves the San Bernardino Line. (The central/downtown Pomona train station is a few miles south of that, also near Garey; it`s an Amtrak station which also runs Metrolink trains that run the Riverside line.) The Pomona (north) station is owned by the City of Pomona. A freight line (ex-ATSF Pasadena Subdivisi...
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Pomona

[folksong] `Pomona` is a folksong originating from Manchester. It has many similarities with a song called Lamorna, which is popular in Cornwall. Here is a medley of a song called Fancy, The Pride of The Home and The Way Down to Pomona by Celinda Twitchell Olson [audio mp3=`http://maryalmondsingsagain.com/Mary/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Gra...
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Pomona

[train station] The station exhibits Southern California Mission Revival Style architecture, which includes stuccoed walls, an arcade and red clay tile roofs. It once served the main Southern Pacific line from Los Angeles to New Orleans, and the main Los Angeles and Salt Lake line. Currently both lines are now Union Pacific Railroad lines. ...
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Pomona

Pomona, Scotland: see Mainland.
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Pomona

Pomona (pumō'nu) , city (1990 pop. 131,723), Los Angeles co., S Calif. at the foot of the San Gabriel Mts.; inc. 1888. It is a residential, industrial, and commercial suburb of Los Angeles where citrus fruits and vegetables are canned and shipped. Manufactures include foods; paper, metal, ...
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Pomona

Pomona was a Roman goddess of garden fruits.
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Pomona

[disambiguation] Pomona is the Roman goddess of fruit and nut trees. Pomona might also refer to: ==Academic institutions== ==Locations== ==Other uses== ...
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Pomona

Pomona (Pōmōna) was a goddess of fruitful abundance in ancient Roman religion and myth. Her name comes from the Latin word pomum, `fruit,` specifically orchard fruit. She was said to be a wood nymph. ==Mythology== In the myth narrated by Ovid she scorned the love of the woodland gods Silvanus and Picus, but married Vertumnus after he tricked h.....
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Pomona

[opera] Der Sieg der fruchtbaren Pomona (The Victory of Fruitful Pomona) is a German-language opera by Reinhard Keiser to a libretto by Christian Heinrich Postel which premiered at the Hamburg Opera on 19 October 1702, for the birthday of Frederick IV of Denmark. The plot was based on the legend of Pomona and Jupiter, and the libretto was t...
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