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Cayey

(kīā`), town (1990 pop. 46,553), SE Puerto Rico, in the Sierra de Cayey Mts. It is a sugar, tobacco, and poultry center and a summer resort. Cigars and clothing are manufactured. Founded in 1774, it is the seat of Cayey Univ. College, a branch of the Univ. of Puerto Rico. Outside the town is a U.S. military reservation, Henry Barracks.
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Pinero in Cayey, Puerto Rico on behalf of their client, Amcor Rigid Plastics.
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Natalie will attend the University of Puerto Rico: Cayey University College in Cayey, Puerto Rico and pursue a degree in Psychology.
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