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Upland, city (1990 pop. 63,374), San Bernardino co., S Calif., at the foot of the San Gabriel Mts.; inc. 1906. There is food processing, tool and die making, and the manufacture of electronics, building materials, textiles, fabricated metal products, machinery, and consumer goods. The San Bernardino and Angeles national forests are nearby.

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upland (arch.) land lying away from the sea; high ground XVI; also adj., repl. earlier uplandish (XIV; cf. OE. uplendisċ rustic). f. UP, used adj., raised, elevated + LAND sb.

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up·land / ˈəplənd; -ˌland/ • n. (also uplands) an area of high or hilly land: conservation of areas of upland.

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Upland

Up·land / ˈəplənd/ a city in southwestern California, east of Los Angeles and north of Ontario; pop. 63,374.

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