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Pacifica

(pəsĭf`ĭkə), city (1990 pop. 37,670), San Mateo co., W Calif., on the Pacific coast; inc. 1957. A residential city, Pacifica was formed by the consolidation of several communities in 1957.
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The company has attracted the attention of Houghton-le-Spring's Pacifica Group, which has signed a partnership deal with Oakes Energy.
AutoPacific, an automotive research group, has recognised the Jeep(R) Grand Cherokee and Chrysler Pacifica as the 'Best in Class Ideal Mid-Size SUV' and 'Best in Class Ideal Minivan' in their respective segments.
In a tender offer report filed at the Philippine Stock Exchange on Wednesday, Pacifica said that following the close of the tender offer period on Feb.
His father, Joseph Camacho, sued the operator of Pacifica Hospital of the Valley, Pacifica of the Valley Corp.
Pacifica has been on the leading edge of non-recourse financing in Japan for 15 years," said Seth Sulkin, President & CEO of Pacifica Capital K.
Russ Tomlin, the UO's senior vice provost for academic affairs, acknowledged that the controversy surrounding Pacifica Forum meetings prompted the review.
This unique conversion is a result of partnerships between several levels of government and the Pacifica Housing Advisory Association.
Pacifica will face Santiago of Corona in the final Friday or Saturday in Irvine.
Some critics charge that the Pacifica network has lost credibility in recent years and has become an ideologically driven purveyor of left-leaning analysis.
Creed uses a term that is perhaps more telling of the Pacifica.
The prospect of writing about the ongoing Pacifica crisis is about as enticing as walking past a recently dislodged beehive without the beekeeper's net: No matter what you say, you'll end up with welts.
From its beginnings a half-century ago, the Pacifica radio network set out to be quite different.