Baja


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Baja

(bŏ`yŏ), city (1991 est. pop. 38,867), S Hungary, on the Danube River. It is a river port and a road and rail hub, where agricultural products of the surrounding region are traded and processed. Industries produce machinery, furniture, and chemicals. A fine 18th-century town hall and several baroque churches are in the city.
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Pawan Goenka, executive director & president, automotive & farm equipment sectors, Mahindra & Mahindra said, ''Over the years, BAJA has grown in popularity and has become a bigger event nationally signifying its increasing popularity.
I knew Baja Fresh would be a winner at the airport, the favorable response has been wonderful," said Mack Wilbourn, President of Mack II, Inc.
The 5th edition of BAJA SAEINDIA 2012 has seen registrations from 250 teams.
Anna Cody, a motorcycle rider from Camarillo, became the first woman to complete the Baja 1000 by herself.
The creeping devil is just one of many Baja plants that look weird, have strange-sounding names, or unusual characteristics.
But as an increasing number of adventurous CEOs know firsthand, there is a lot more to Baja than golf.
The proposed pipeline expansions would enable shippers to move gas from LNG regasification terminals on the northwestern Baja coast to markets in Mexico and the United States.
After the last ice age ended around 10,000 years ago, they add, the expansion of a desert across the middle of the Baja peninsula isolated the Pericu from other Native American groups.
On the plus side, the Baja has that nifty pick-up truck bed with an accessory bed extender, which lengthens the bed to 60.
Our goal is to make no impact on customer operations and to support Baja employees, as well as TDS employees, as they work together to meet the needs of customers today and to expand services in the future.
Cody, who lives in Channel Islands and works for an insurance company in Camarillo, is 16 years removed from her last history-making Baja 1000 with Sweetland.
The trek to Baja would rank among the longest documented marine migrations.