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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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About Yandel: Born Llandel Veguilla Malave Salazar on January 14, 1977 and raised in Cayey, Puerto Rico, Yandel began his career in 1995.
By transferring the entire coding department and need for coder training to an outside partner, we are relieving our organization of the entire coder staffing worry," says Pedro Melendez, CEO, Hospital General Menonita, Cayey, Puerto Rico.
Emilia was born in Cayey, Puerto Rico, the daughter of Florencio and Josefina (Llera) Sanchez.
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This closure does not affect the plastics packaging operations also located in Cayey, Puerto Rico.
Natalie will attend the University of Puerto Rico: Cayey University College in Cayey, Puerto Rico and pursue a degree in Psychology.
The Company currently has manufacturing locations in Buena, New Jersey and Cayey, Puerto Rico and its major product lines include oral dispensers, dropper assemblies, dosing devices, closures, bottles, and other custom pharmaceutical and healthcare related solutions.
He and his two brothers and sister were raised by their mother in Cayey, Puerto Rico.
American Spaceframe Fabricators International(ASFI) recently signed an agreement with La Carpa, an international religious and peace organization, to design and fabricate a new worship and meeting center in Cayey, Puerto Rico.
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Growing up with his mother, two brothers and a sister in lovely and mountainous Cayey, Puerto Rico, Alexander Diaz was poor, but, he said, he "always had a pair of shoes.
Julio De Jesus of Colegio Radians in Cayey, Puerto Rico