El Cajon

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El Cajon

(ĕl kähōn`), city (1990 pop. 88,693), San Diego co., S Calif.; inc. 1912. Electronic equipment, aircraft parts, irrigation equipment, furniture, and men's suits are among its manufactures. El Cajon is a rapidly growing city; its population increased by nearly 70% between 1970 and 1990. Grossmont College is there.
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A student at Grossmont College in El Cajon, California, Awadallah had denied being a casual acquaintance of one of the September 11 hijackers, something he later contradicted.
The premise," explains Jerriann Taber, a Bates Method instructor and founder of the Vision Training Institute in El Cajon, California,"is that strain in the mind interferes with the focusing muscles of the eyes.
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Two weeks after that, an 18-year-old student wielding a shotgun and a handgun opened fire in an El Cajon, California, high school, wounding seven.
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David and Jennifer Mayer of El Cajon, California, were convicted last fall of slowly starving their toddler to death because of their belief that God doesn't like fat children.
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William Bengen, a financial planner in El Cajon, California, advises clients to take out about 4% of their retirement plan money the first year.
A woman who was locked out her home in El Cajon, California, tried to get in by going down the CHIMNEY - but got trapped.
The layout takes advantage of the formerly unused bank that runs along the back of the Howells' lot, in El Cajon, California.
Headquartered in El Cajon, California, PURE is focused on developing and commercialising its antimicrobial products primarily in the food safety arena -- providing solutions to the health and environmental challenges of pathogen and hygienic control.
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