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Placentia,

city (1990 pop. 41,259), Orange co., S Calif.; inc. 1926. Once a rural farming community, it has become a residential city with manufactures that include industrial products, foods, furniture, construction materials, electronic equipment, machinery, and plastics. Placentia has grown along with the continued development of the Orange co. area. Abundant orange trees exist throughout the city. Many residents work in the nearby aerospace and high-technology industries.

Placentia

(pləsĕn`shə), town (1991 pop. 1,954), SE Newfoundland, N.L., Canada, on Placentia Bay. The town was founded by the French in 1662 as Plaisance and was the French headquarters on Newfoundland until 1713.
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Placentia scored one run in the bottom of the first to take an early lead.
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In existence since 1986, Silver State Coach is a motor coach operator, operating from locations in Placentia, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.
of Placentia, Calif., develops and distributes solar technologies.
Patrick Rue, founder of The Bruery in Placentia, CA, specializes in craft renditions of Belgian-style ales.
The biggest trend in the frozen smoothie mix category is the surging demand for pure fruit smoothies - products that do not include a dairy component - says Christine Herrera, vice president of marketing for Placentia, Calif.-based Sunrise Growers~Frozsun Foods.
Mullaney and her husband Paul all of Worcester; One sister, Joan Guillette of Placentia CA; One brother, Robert Fafard of Worcester; Three grandchildren, Brittany, Tanner, Taryn; and many nieces and nephews.
Modi will address NRIs in New York; Edison, New Jersey; Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte, North Carolina; Dallas, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; Riverside, Los Angeles-Norwalk, Placentia and Fremont (Silicon Valley), California, Chicago, Rolling Meadows and Bloomington, Illinois; Minneapolis-Edina, Minnesota; Indianapolis and Merrillville, Indiana; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Baltimore, Maryland, a television news report said.
Apparently he employs the rare vehicle as a board hauler for jaunts to such spots as the Capo Mission bowl, Salt Creek, and a certain private park in Costa Mesa on Placentia. With this show-quality 1 ranfla, the Jay Boy fleet of sleds is reminiscent of an automotive salon.
Here we consider how women who married into new families and communities in the Placentia Bay area of the province over a fifty year period (1943-1993) negotiated a place for themselves.
One photo from 1938 shows a car being tugged across Newfoundland, Canada's Placentia Gut by two small wooden boats, a method that was retired as soon as a bridge was built to provide a more efficient route.
Last spring, the contract manufacturer acquired ExtruMed LLC, a Placentia, Calif.-based maker of precision thermoplastic tubing for diagnostic and therapeutic devices and procedures.