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El Cerrito

(ĕl sərē`tō), city (1990 pop. 22,869), Contra Costa co., W Calif., on San Francisco Bay; inc. 1917. It is primarily residential. Golden Gate Fields Racetrack is nearby.
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When landscape designer Jana Olson Drobinsky describes her garden in El Cerrito, California, she begins by explaining the geologic theory of plate tectonics.
She currently resides in El Cerrito, California and enjoys all kinds of music, travel, cooking and baking.
Also in his speech, Quinto acknowledged the LGBT community in El Cerrito, declaring that, "As the first LGBT mayor in the city's 100-year history, I am honored to represent you."
This album was recorded between Havana, Cuba, and El Cerrito, CA, and mixed and mastered by Latin GRAMMY Award Winner Engineer, Oscar Autie.
(14) It has also held that "facts known to the administrator could include information not within the claims file." (15) Moreover, the Middle District has found that, "[t]o the extent those facts known are not reflected in the papers in the claims file, nothing prohibits plaintiff from conducting discovery as it pertains to those circumstances set forth in Cerrito." (16)
The article emerged from the need to document and report problems, threats and risks of urban heritage of the city of Guatemala through the case study of Cerrito del Carmen and the imminent construction of a place for extreme games in this place.
El Cerrito, Cerrito Adentro E2, 17.VIII.2012, 1[feminidad].
Currently, throughout greater Los Angeles, 4G LTE is available from San Fernando and east to Glendora and Fontana; south to Norco and El Cerrito; west to Yorba Linda and south to San Clemente and northwest to Long Beach, Santa Monica and Woodland Hills.
"4 Easy Steps to Cash campaign" (Cerrito Community College), http://cms.cerritos.edu/financial-aid
El Cerrito, Calif.-based Lotus Foods has made two additions to its line of exotic handcrafted rice products from around the world: Organic Jade Pearl Rice and Organic Forbidden Rice.
In 1934, Chung Mei was moved to E1 Cerrito, California, to accommodate the growing number of boys who needed a safe haven from the streets of San Francisco Chinatown.