a city on the coast of California.
an island in NW Santa Barbara Islands.
a city in central Bolivia.
St. Croix (def 1).
a province of S Argentina, on the Atlantic: consists of a large part of Patagonia, with the forested foothills of the Andes in the west Capital: Río Gallegos. Pop: 206 897 (2000 est). Area: 243 940 sq km (94 186 sq miles)
a city in E Bolivia: the second largest town in Bolivia. Pop: 1 352 000 (2005 est)
another name for Saint Croix
Alvaro de Bazán. 1526–88, Spanish naval commander, who proposed, assembled, and prepared the Spanish Armada but died shortly before it sailed for England
[san-tuh krooz duh ten-uh-rif, -reef, -ree-fey; Spanish sahn-tah krooth th e te-ne-ree-fe, kroos] /ˈsæn tə ˈkruz də ˌtɛn əˈrɪf, -ˈrif, -ˈri feɪ; Spanish ˈsɑn tɑ ˈkruθ ðɛ ˌtɛ nɛˈri fɛ, ˈkrus/ noun 1. a seaport on NE Tenerife island, in the W Canary Islands. Santa Cruz de Tenerife /ˈsæntə ˈkruːz də ˌtɛnəˈriːf; Spanish ˈsanta ˈkruθ […]
plural noun 1. a group of islands in the SW Pacific Ocean, part of the Solomon Islands. 380 sq. mi. (984 sq. km).
- Santa cruz operation
(SCO) A supplier of Unix systems for Intel microprocessors. They supply Xenix and Open Desktop. Founded in 1979, SCO became a public company in May, 1993 and trades on the Nasdaq National Market System under the symbol SCOC. SCO maintains its world headquarters in Santa Cruz, California, USA; a European headquarters in Watford, England; a […]
noun 1. a South American aquatic plant, Victoria cruziana, of the water lily family, having floating leaves from 2–5 feet (0.6–1.5 meters) and deep pink or red flowers.