Baja


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Baja

(bŏ`yŏ), city (1991 est. pop. 38,867), S Hungary, on the Danube River. It is a river port and a road and rail hub, where agricultural products of the surrounding region are traded and processed. Industries produce machinery, furniture, and chemicals. A fine 18th-century town hall and several baroque churches are in the city.
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Our goal is to make no impact on customer operations and to support Baja employees, as well as TDS employees, as they work together to meet the needs of customers today and to expand services in the future.
I knew Baja Fresh would be a winner at the airport, the favorable response has been wonderful," said Mack Wilbourn, President of Mack II, Inc.
Anna Cody, a motorcycle rider from Camarillo, became the first woman to complete the Baja 1000 by herself.
The creeping devil is just one of many Baja plants that look weird, have strange-sounding names, or unusual characteristics.
But as an increasing number of adventurous CEOs know firsthand, there is a lot more to Baja than golf.
Cody will try to become the first woman to complete the Baja 1000 solo on a motorcycle.
Bowen's group obtained mitochondrial DNA samples from the loggerhead turtles at the Japanese and Australian nesting grounds and compared them to samples taken from 26 Baja juveniles and 34 ones caught inadvertently by North Pacific fishermen.
Re-launching our website and the new mobile presence was a strategic imperative for Baja in 2013," said AJ Jamal, Marketing Director of Baja Auto Insurance.
Thirty years before, my wife and I had driven the Baja Highway, Mexican Route 1, 1,000 miles from Cabo San Lucas to Tijuana.
Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Irvine, CA, BAJA FRESH Mexican Grill operates or franchises 230 restaurants in 25 states as well as Dubai and Singapore.
Bertaut also will manage Baja Fresh's training department.