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Coronado

(kŏr'ənä`dō), city (1990 pop. 26,540), San Diego co., S Calif., on a peninsula on the west side of San Diego Bay; inc. 1890. It is a well-known beach resort. The city is linked to San Diego by the Coronado Bay Bridge at the northern end of the Silver Strand Peninsula. Adjacent to the city are a large U.S. naval air station and a naval amphibious base. Of note is the Hotel del Coronado, a state historical monument.
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Effective immediately, Coronado will serve as an independent director on the company's Audit and Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees.
Coronado operates three cryogenic gas processing plants and a gas gathering system in the North Midland Basin, including about 270 miles of gathering pipelines, 175 MMcf/d of processing capacity and 35,000 hp of compression.
Francisco Vazquez de Coronado began his exploration of Tierra Nueva on New Spain's far northern frontier in 1540.
The agreement provides that at the effective time of the merger, all of the outstanding shares in San Diego Private Bank will be exchanged for shares of Coronado First Bank at a fixed exchange ratio of 0.
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Rippe has been the organiser and first chief executive officer of Embarcadero Bank, which merged with Coronado First Bank last month.
Naval Special Warfare Recruiting Directorate, Coronado, Calif.
Six years later, Kuipers, an editor at the Los Angeles Times, met Coronado for the first time at a cafe in Venice Beach.
With its towers and beach cabanas clustered like villages, Hotel del Coronado just may have been Baum's inspiration for the Emerald City.
Coronado helped Hart High, once the area's dominant program, regain some of its luster.
Thompson B, Coronado GD, Grossman JE, Puschel K, Solomon CC, Islas I, et al.
When explorers brought back tales of the Seven Cities of Cibola (THEE-boh-lah), great cities of gold, ambitious men like Francisco Coronado set off in search of riches.