cali cali  /ˈkɑ li/


  • (n) city in southwestern Colombia in a rich agricultural area


  1. Softball: Cali Koeneke leads Gilbert to victory over Colo-NESCO

    GILBERT — Cali Koeneke has been seeing the ball extremely well recently. The Gilbert shortshop has six hits in the last three games, and her two doubles Tuesday night led the Tigers to a 3-0 victory over Colo-Nesco. “She’s been hitting very well,” said Gilbert coach Melissa Jones. “That’s great to see. Hopefully that streak continues.”
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Ames Tribune

  2. Suffolk Downs Graded Entries

    Post Time: 1:15 p.m. FIRST-5 1/2 fur; $11,800; clm($12,500); 3up1-Deblue 10-14-HowConvenient8-52-Broadway Hat 5-25-RomntcTemper5-13-Son of Lilly 8-16-Ventura Bar 4-1SECOND-5 1/2 fur; $9,200; clm($5,000); 3up1-ThisOnesforNin6-15-Mo Dular 12-12-Sngngmyhyms4-16-Bravaccio 5-23-J J Cali 8-17-VirtesUnderFre2-14-JmmytheGerm10-1THIRD-5 1/2 fur; $9,300; clm($5,000); 3up1-CockeyedRster5-14-GreatRecession5 ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: New York Post

  3. Wildcats wave goodbye to Richlands

    Cody Braxton, left, and Aaron Brown hold up Cali Boykin as they clown around prior to the start of Richlands High School graduation.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Jacksonville Daily News

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  1. "Honest to God, I'm just trying to get to Cali, man," Johnson told deputies as they searched the loaded-down, 1980s Ford van at a Fayetteville convenience store.
    on Jan 28, 2008 By: Mitchell Johnson Source: Forbes

  2. "Well, I did it again, right here at the Staples Center - the king of Cali," a giddy Mosley said after taking Margarito's WBA welterweight title via a technical knockout at 43 seconds of the ninth round Saturday night.
    on Jan 25, 2009 By: Shane Mosley Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. The current law "treats as the same the boss of the Cali cartel and a poor unemployed single mother who dared to carry 300 grams of drugs," Correa said. "It's a barbarity."
    on Dec 22, 2007 By: Rafael Correa Source: International Herald Tribune

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