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Aguadilla

(ä'gwädē`yä, ä'wä–), town (1990 pop. 59,335), NW Puerto Rico, a port on Mona Passage. It is a commerical and manufacturing center with varied products; other industries include fishing and tourism. Inter-American Univ. has a campus there. Columbus reputedly landed at the site of Aguadilla in 1493.
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destinations -- Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland (Oregon), San Francisco and Seattle -- plus Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
Burial will be in the Monte Cristo Cemetery in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
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Beginning February 14, 2008, ultra low cost carrier Spirit Airlines is launching new daily non-stop service from Orlando to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
JetBlue now offers service to seven Caribbean/Atlantic destinations: Aruba; Nassau, The Bahamas; Bermuda; San Juan, Ponce, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico and Santiago, in the Dominican Republic, said Founder/CEO David Neeleman.
Work will be performed at Wellco's plant in Waynesville, North Carolina and it's plant Moka Shoe Corporation in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
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