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seastrand

[′sē‚strand]
(geology)
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Seastrand, "Confessional Subscription and Church Fellowship in the E.
says Seastrand, who lost by 4 percent, or about 10,000 votes.
When her husband Eric, a California assemblyman, died in their 26th year of marriage, Seastrand ran for his seat and won.
The Wine Institute drafted initial legislation for Assemblyman Seastrand based on legislation drafted three years earlier by the Wine Institute to respond to issues concerning out-of-state wineries being able to conduct wine tastings in this state.
As the prime contractor, Lockheed Martin will subcontract with many California companies and organizations,'' said Andrea Seastrand, executive director of the California Space Authority.
In 1994 in inflicted disaster on itself by electing Andrea Seastrand (R).
freshmen, and California, where it hopes to defeat Andrea Seastrand and Frank Riggs.
The day after the $189-billion tax cut in the Contract with America passed the House, Andrea Seastrand, a grass-roots conservative from California's central coast, faxed dual press releases: "Seastrand Praises Middle Class Tax Relief Bill," and "Niblick Bridge Survives: Seastrand Fights to Keep Money for Paso Robles Bridge Expansion.
Hotheaded Californians elected Andrea Seastrand to the House, despite her ascription of local earthquakes, fires, and floods to divine retribution.
CSA and MEI seek to inspire the next generation in using scientific inquiry to understand the wonders of the universe, and to pursue career opportunities associated with space enterprise," said The Honorable Andrea Seastrand, Executive Director of CSA.
By ensuring that California becomes the manufacturing base for NASA's Crew Exploration Vehicle, we'll be ensuring a new generation of aerospace jobs for our work force,'' stated Andrea Seastrand, executive director of CSA.
com or emailing Kerry Seastrand at kseastrand@mkfresearch.