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presidio

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a frontier outpost or fort.
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Highlights of the Presidio Trusts efforts include an in-house yard waste compost program that recovers the majority of the green debris generated in the park and composts the debris on-site.
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Presidio Bank serves businesses and their owners, professional service firms and their partners, real estate investors, and not-for-profit organisations.
To date, Presidio has closed 57 dealership transactions worth more than USD 3.
Joining the Disney museum in the barracks lining the western edge of the Main Post is Des Jardins' other Presidio restaurant, The Commissary.
Presidio will consolidate its current 19th floor occupancy with BlueWater into a single office on the 28th floor.
As part of this strategy, apart from the NS5A program, Presidio has also stepped up its efforts on an internal research program to discover potent, pan-genotypic inhibitors of the HCV polymerase.
Under the terms of the agreement, Presidio is to sell Infinite's suite of conferencing and collaboration services, including audio, web, webcasting and desktop video.
With the revenue generated by the sale of the decal, Presidio said the nonprofit DriveNeutral enterprise then purchases Carbon Financial Instruments, or "credits," through the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) equal to the amount of emissions produced by a driver in one year.
Plans for the housing development, known as Deerlake Ranch, are on hold as the Presidio Group considers scaling down the project to appease neighborhood opposition.
Yet they're still finding frustration at the Presidio.
The Presidio manzanita is endemic to serpentine soil, which is high in magnesium and toxic to most plants.