Oakland

[n] - a city in western California on San Francisco Bay opposite San Francisco
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Oakland

noun a city in western California on San Francisco Bay opposite San Francisco; primarily and industrial urban center
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Oakland

city, seat (1873) of Alameda county, west-central California, U.S. It lies on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay opposite San Francisco. The city ... [1 related articles]
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Oakland

town, seat (1872) of Garrett county, extreme western Maryland, U.S., in the Allegheny Mountains near the West Virginia border. Laid out in 1849, ...
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Oakland

[Bryantown, Maryland] Oakland is a historic home located near Bryantown, Charles County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story, three-bay brick dwelling constructed in the Federal style between 1822 and 1823. About 1880, the Greek Revival entrance and the Italianate front porch were constructed. It was listed on the National Register o...
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[disambiguation] Oakland, California is a city in the United States Oakland may also refer to: == Canada == ===Ontario=== ===Manitoba=== ===Nova Scotia=== == United States == === Cities, townships, neighborhoods === ====Alabama==== ====California==== ====Florida==== ====Georgia==== ====Illinois==== ====Indiana==== ====Iowa==== ====Kansas===...
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The USS Oakland was an American San Diego Class light cruiser of 6000 tons displacement launched in 1942. The USS Oakland had a top speed of 35 knots and carried a complement of 597. She was armed with twelve 5 inch dual-purpose guns; twenty-eight 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; twelve 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and eight 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in ...
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Oakland, city (1990 pop. 372,242), seat of Alameda co., W Calif., on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay; inc. 1852. Together with San Francisco and San Jose, the city comprises the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States. A containerized shipping port and a major rail terminus, Oakl...
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Oakland

Industrial port in Alameda County in central California, USA, on the eastern, inland coast of San Francisco Bay; population (2000 est) 399,500. It is linked by the Bay Bridge (opened 1936) with San Francisco. Industries include food-processing, shipbuilding, and the manufacture of vehicles, textiles, and chemicals. The community was laid ou...
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[Pittsburgh] Oakland is the academic and healthcare center of Pittsburgh, one of the city`s major cultural centers, and is Pennsylvania`s third largest `Downtown`. Only Center City Philadelphia and Downtown Pittsburgh can claim more economic and social activity than Oakland. The neighborhood is urban and diverse and is home to several unive...
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Oakland

[Parkersburg, West Virginia] `Oakland,` also known as the James M. Stephenson House, is a historic home located at Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia. It was built about 1840, and is a two-story, `L`-shaped, red brick house in the Greek Revival style. It features a low hipped roof with cupola and a single bay, one-story portico with pa...
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[Montpelier, Virginia] Oakland is a historic home located near Montpelier, Hanover County, Virginia. It was built in 1898-1846, and is a 1 1/2-story, three bay, frame farmhouse, with a 2 1/2-story, three bay by five bay, rambling wing. It was built on the foundations of a house built in 1812 that was destroyed by fire. Also on the property ...
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Oakland

[California League] Several different minor league baseball teams played in the city of Oakland, California in the California League (and its alternate names) starting in 1879 until 1915. From that point, the Oakland Oaks of the Pacific Coast League took over as the main team in Oakland. ...
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[9 Oakhurst Drive, Natchez, Mississippi] Oakland is a historic house in Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi. ==Location== It is located at 9 Oakhurst Drive in Natchez, Mississippi. ==History== The house was built from 1838 to 1844 for Horatio Sprague Eustis (1811-1858) on land given to him as dowry from his father-in-law, Henry Chotard (1787...
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