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Sausalito

(sô'səlē`tō), residential city (1990 pop. 7,152), Marin co., W Calif., on San Francisco Bay; inc. 1893. It is the northern terminus of the Golden Gate Bridge. The artists' colony there is a tourist attraction.
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home-base of Sausalito, California, where she works nonstop on fundraising and promoting NYOF.
A privately held company backed by a select group of venture investors, Groxis is based in Sausalito, California.
To make a donation of clothes or other equipment, please write to 2330 Marinship Way, Suite 250, Sausalito, California 94965; fax 415-339-2744; or e-mail campshelpingcamps@campcounselors.
And as a former resident of Sausalito, California, I was pleased to discover that the mysterious humming below my friend's houseboat was probably a male midshipman fish "calling to passing females from the nest he's built on the bottom of the harbor.
However, for many residents of Sausalito, California, the fish is better known for its persistent mating sound.
E caught up with Brand on a day he was in his office, a landlocked fishing boat propped up in a parking lot that's walking distance from his converted tugboat home in Sausalito, California.
The term virtual reality was coined in the mid-1980s by Jaron Lanier, now a high-tech cult figure based in Sausalito, California.
Even Garry Trudeau, who has for so long fought off the commercialization of his comic-strip characters, is involved now in catalog sales: "The Great Doonesbury Sellout of Sausalito, California.
Armin Rosencranz, president of the Pacific Energy and Resources Center in Sausalito, California, has spent years assembling information on what he calls "a sleeper issue.
ExpertPages is a unit of Sausalito, California based Advice Company, which also operates www.
Frances Gulland, a member of the commission and a senior scientist at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California, said,"I'm going to focus mostly on harmful algal blooms and the effects that we know they have on marine mammals.
Matt Golden, an energy efficiency expert based in Sausalito, California, and CEO of Open Energy Efficiency (openeemeter.