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Tualatin

The code name for Intel's 0.13 process Pentium III CPUs introduced in 2001. The lower heat produced by the chips made them suited for mobile and server blade use.
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The light-rail line would not enter downtown Tualatin because of significant infrastructure barriers.
TUALATIN - Tyler Falk has all the momentum going into the championship of the 103rd Oregon Amateur at Tualatin Country Club.
129th Ave Tualatin, OR 97062 503/691-0111 FAX: 503/692-0601
Winner (intent to award): CBI Services of Everett, Washington Amount: $880,000 Project: C-1 reservoir rehabilitation, Tualatin Owner: city of Tualatin Cost estimate: not available Project team: not available 5.
The Warriors made the state playoffs for the first time in 20 years in 2009 and on Saturday they won the OSAA 6A football state championship, defeating Tualatin 34-13 at Reser Stadium.
OREGON CITY - Brian Balsiger caught two touchdown passes, including the decisive score late in the fourth quarter, as Tualatin rallied for a 26-22 victory over Jesuit on Friday in the OSAA Class 6A state football semifinals.
Vaughn beat Salem's Ashlee Pickerell 3 and 2 in the semifinals on Thursday, and Inglis beat Tualatin's Morgan Thompson, also 3 and 2.