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Livermore,

city (1990 pop. 56,741), Alameda co., W central Calif.; inc. 1876. Nursery stock is grown, and there is light manufacturing, but the major sources of employment are wineries and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (see Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
scientific research centers run by the Univ. of California, located in Berkeley, Calif., and Livermore, Calif., respectively. They are named for their founder, physicist Ernest O.
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), which conducts nuclear and other scientific research.
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Lawrence Livermore scientists demonstrated the technology on a small scale, then converted one of the NOVA laser's 10 beams into a 680-Joule petawatt.
She's happiest when things are flowing,'' said Carol Myers, president of the Board of Education at the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.
The Livermore lab invited Kelley and nine other activists to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for the National Ignition Facility on May 29.
and Livermore Rotary Club donated a total of 1,400 seedlings of Chinese elm, crape myrtle, and redwood.
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Livermore showed maturity beyond his years to command Tottenham's midfield against a Manchester United team that contained experienced Barclays Premier League campaigners Paul Scholes and Michael Carrick on Sunday.
Livermore, who has spent the last two years on loan with Championship sides, hopes the opportunity of playing in the Europa League will convince his manager that he can cut it at the highest level.
Police went into the house because the homeowner was inside trying to put out the fire, Chief Livermore said.
Livermore worked for a timber company, but he also was an ardent outdoorsman and a friend of David Brower, an environmental icon.
IBM and Lawrence Livermore have a long history of working together on supercomputing projects, most significantly on the NNSA's Accelerated Strategic Computing Initiative (ASCI) Program.