Pomona, California, a city in Los Angeles County. It is in the San Gabriel Valley, 28 miles (45 km) east of downtown Los Angeles. The city is a fruit-packing and shipping center, and produces missiles, aircraft parts, electronic equipment, pumps, paper, and apparel. Pomona is the seat of California State Polytechnic University. The area was first settled, by the Spanish, in 1837.
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Utah, one of the western states of the United States. It covers 84,904 square miles (219,902 km2) and borders Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, and Wyoming.