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Pinole

(pĭnōl`), city (1990 pop. 17,460), Contra Costa co., W Calif., on San Pablo Bay; inc. 1903. Primarily residential, it manufactures concrete and chemicals.
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Esta investigacion tuvo como objetivo definir mezclas de cereal-leguminosa para la elaboracion de pinole, con alta calidad proteinica y sensorial.
Construction: Masterworks, Rob Murray, Pinole, CA (510/758-9566)
Rachel Bohn, Pearl River, NY Debbie Bozarth, Napa, CA Camille Brown-Watts, Los Angeles, CA Allison Connor, Allenstown, NH Christy D'Aquila, Philadelphia, MS Louise Guzman, Pinole, CA Linda Hamilton, Lemoyne, PA Kelly Holder, Eagle River, WI Rebekah Knapp, Karlstad, MN Carol Peat, London, ON, CAN Shannon Prochaska, Tujunga, CA Sandra Riggs, Frederick, MD Esdras Santana-Ramos, New York, NY
Townsdin and two other Bay Area teachers--Angel Calderon of Pittsburg High and Carole Seliger of Pinole Valley High--shared their first year of teaching with The Chronicle, a sometimes lonely journey that they say was harder even than they expected.
Educators are all badly starved for time to become better teachers," says Jerry Brooks, a government teacher at Pinole Valley High School.
Atole and pinole are toasted white or yellow cornmeal, ground very finely.
He lives with his two cats, Bogie and Marilyn, and parents, Trish and Glen, in Pinole, CA.
Starbucks faithfully followed the customer etiquette manual, sending Jeremy Dorosin of Pinole, CA, a letter of apology, a full refund for both machines, coffee, and related items.
California's Jevon Bell of Pinole Valley and Ralph Brown of La Puente Bishop Amat should make a couple of defensive coordinators breathe easy next fall.
Alexander Jason, CPP, a forensic animation specialist and ballistics consultant with ANITE Group of Pinole, CA, made courtroom history last February when he testified at the murder trial of Jim Mitchell.
West Contra Costa Unified School District serves the California cities of Richmond, El Cerrito, San Pablo, Pinole and Hercules.