La Puente

La Puente

(lä pwĕn`tē), city (1990 pop. 36,955), Los Angeles co., S Calif., a suburb of Los Angeles; laid out 1841, inc. 1956. Primarily residential, the city manufactures hardware, electronics, and paper products.
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The shareholders of the company are Santiago PA[c]rez Serrano, Antonio Gamaso Real, VA-ctor Simon Canal, JosA[c] MarA-a Tejedor Villalba, and De La Puente Gestion.
1 -- The 75th birthday of Agga Maha Panditha Reverend Walpola Piyananda, the Chief Sanga Nayaka of America was held at the Wat Padhammachart (Thai Buddhist Temple) in La Puente, California, on Saturday September 29th.
Sus maestros fueron los jovenes Jose Agustin de la Puente Candamo, Guillermo Lohmann Villena o Raul Porras Barrenechea, mas tarde prominentes historiadores peruanos.
Zeny Luna of La Puente, California, has sent a trunk-full of toys.
The Coachella Valley Church in San Jose, the Oklevueha Native American Church in South Bay and The Citadel Church of La Puente in Los Angeles are among the houses of worship being targeted for selling weed.
Leon: Murias de Paredes, Barrio de la Puente, Suspiron, 29TQH320390, siliceous scree, 1757 m asl, 30-VI-2010, F.
En su Conveniencia de las dos Monarquias Catolicas (1612), el dominico Juan de la Puente intervino en la disputa del Nuevo Mundo afirmando la supremacia mundial de la agricultura espanola frente a la degeneracion de las plantas, los animales y los humanos en las Indias Occidentales.
Once the contaminants are treated to near undetectable levels, the water will be taken by the La Puente Valley County Water District and be distributed to its customers, as well as Rowland Water District and Walnut Valley Water District customers.