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Cambria

(kăm`brēə) [Latinized form of Welsh Cymry=Welshmen], ancient name of Wales.
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The site of the new Cambria is located directly across the street from the McAllen Convention Center and just three miles from McAllen International Airport.
The fund is now looking to rescind that settlement, and is pursuing further claims regarding three aircraft earlier owned by Cambria which were leased to former arms of Lonrho.
The 122-room Cambria Suites Miami hotel is located in the prestigious Blue Lagoon District, less than five miles from the Miami International Airport.
Since 1985, Cambria has helped Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations accelerate the development of individuals and teams.
The 127-room Cambria Suites property will have a food and beverage area and a rooftop pool, fitness centre and an outdoor patio.
It's also important to me that Cambria is GREENGUARD certified and the company practices sustainability including recycling, energy conservation and environmental conservation.
The ideal start to a Cambria day is a walk at Moonstone Beach.
Sated and sunburnished, we headed back to the Fogcatcher Inn in Cambria.
While technically a "concept" band, Coheed and Cambria combine the slick, post-hardcore prog rock of Into Another with Sarge's poporiented, indie sound.
Those investors wishing to attend should contact Cambria Capital at (877) 224-0477 toll free, (801) 320-9606 main or by email at clientservices@cambriacapital.
Last year, over 50 million people visited Chicago, which is one of America's most iconic cities and one of the country's largest business centers, making it the perfect city for the rapidly expanding Cambria brand," said Michael Murphy, senior vice president, upscale brands, Choice Hotels International.
Figures from the report show that Cambria generates income equal to 4% of the area's total economy, which represents 18,030 average wage jobs.