San Clemente


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San Clemente

(săn klĭmĕn`tē), city (1990 pop. 41,100), Orange co., S Calif., on the Pacific coast; inc. 1928. Camp Pendleton, a large U.S. marine base, adjoins the city, which is chiefly residential. There is diverse light manufacturing. San Clemente is a popular vacation spot, with several missions, state beaches, and a national forest nearby. Former President Richard Nixon maintained a "Western White House" summer residence there.
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CMG Financial, a privately held mortgage banking firm headquartered in San Ramon, California, has said that it has appointed a two-member team - Rodriguez-Hazard team- in San Clemente, California, as part of CMG's plan to expand its Southern California footprint.
Local fish varieties like "kanduli," "tilapia," and "bangus," caught during the fluvial parade will be placed near the image of San Clemente for good luck.
Nixon meeting Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev in San Clemente in 1973
Another often voiced concern for older San Clemente residents.
area of Pacific Ocean located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego off the Orange County coast linking Dana Point with Santa Catalina and San Clemente islands.
Personnel from HSC-23 began operations from NALF San Clemente Island May 3.
"This is a paramount and critical moment in history of our lives and the future lives of our children and grandchildren," said San Clemente resident Tom Gudauskas.
The church houses the first replica of the still existing original image of San Clemente, which according to oral history was accidentally fished out by a net at Laguna de Bay.
The 5-foot-5 San Clemente had 19 goals and seven assists for the Tomahawks, who finished 10-8-4 and advanced to the first round of the Division 2 state tournament.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- According to a company statement, Turkey's Permak Group has recently purchased San Clemente island, which is located in Venice.
A crew member was killed when a 30-foot sailboat broke apart in rough seas during a race near San Clemente Island in California.

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