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1 City (1990 pop. 128,398), San Diego co., S Calif., on the Gulf of Santa Catalina; inc. 1888. It is a commercial and trading center for an inland farm area and for nearby Camp Pendleton, a huge U.S. marine corps amphibious base. Mainly residential, the city produces rubber goods, electronic components, hardware, motors, and clothing; it also has a large citrus, flower, and bulb industry. Deep-sea fishing and tourism, owing to its seaside location, are also important. The city has undergone major redevelopment since the 1990s. It is the home of the California Surf Museum, and nearby is San Luis Rey Mission (founded 1798). 2 Uninc. resort city (1990 pop. 32,423), Nassau co., SE N.Y., on the south shore of Long Island.
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Santa Cruz-based Oceanside wants a review of a July 11 administrative appeal decision involving California Insurance Co., an Applied subsidiary.
Tim Moore, executive vice president of Technical Operations at Kite, said, 'The new viral vector facility in Oceanside is an example of our continued investment in achieving technical advances that will help meet the needs of people living with cancer today and in the future.
The Oceanside Police Officers' Association team benefits the local nonprofit, Oceanside Police Canine Officers' Association, which helps enable multidisciplinary police K9 training, care and community work.
"It'd be awful not to race Oceanside as it's only two hours away from where I live in Los Angeles -- so it's kind of a home race!" says Lawrence, who now begins her season in earnest after her comeback wins at Ironman 70.3 Bahrain last year and Ironman 70.3 Dubai in February.
The priciest Oceanside home sold in February was a 4-bedroom, 3-bath waterfront splanch on .23 acres at 3440 Ocean Harbor Drive that sold for $765,000.
The donation is in support of South Nassau's plan to consolidate all cancer services at the Oceanside campus.
I mean, they needed those guns and if they don't defeat Negan, Negan's going to defeat them as well as Oceanside, so it's only a matter of time.
Caption: A lazy afternoon at Oceanside's Lighthouse Oyster Bar & Grill
"The relocation of one of the nation's largest bagel and bialy manufacturers from Brooklyn to Oceanside illustrates the continued confidence employers have in Nassau County's economy," said Mangano.
The festivities will run from 12:00 noon to 7:30 p.m., at the Oceanside Civic Center, Plaza and Library, 330 North Coast Highway in downtown Oceanside, California.
An active member of the community, Andersen he is past president and board member for the Oceanside Rotary Club and has served several other non-profit organisations, including Oceanside Charitable Foundation, Mottino Family YMCA, Oceanside Rotary Club Foundation, Arthritis Foundation, and other local charities.
The convertible debenture transaction was completed in connection with the reverse take-over transaction involving GNAC and Oceanside Capital Corp., which RTO Transaction closed on 9 June 2015.