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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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Managed Green, an energy management service provider, facilitated the bidding process which guided Pacifica through the installer selection process from start to finish.
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.
Near the core of the Pacifica Forum's identity is the conceit that its participants swim against the mainstream of conformity.
This unique conversion is a result of partnerships between several levels of government and the Pacifica Housing Advisory Association.
Camarillo (3-3) recorded five sacks and held Pacifica (0-6) to 109 total yards.
Two words--censorship and democracy--summarize much of what has been at stake in the national battle over Pacifica.
At issue: structural changes in the way Pacifica operates and the editorial direction of the network.
The firing of the station manager along with a program director and a producer by Pacifica management right before Christmas spawned a series of rallies and teach-in shows to garner listener support.
Barnard said Pacifica has already started working on plans for the renovation of the 460-room hotel with a budget in excess of $25 million.
May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacifica Christian High School announced today the hiring of Dr.
Tokyo, Sept 27, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Solar power and real estate developer Pacifica Capital K.
On June 11, The Register-Guard editorialized that Temple Beth Israel and the Pacifica Forum were taking two different paths - the temple high, the forum low.