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31st state, admitted to the United States in 1850.
California encephalitis - encephalitis caused by genus Bunyavirus; may be seen in domestic animals and rodents.
californium - man-made radioactive actinide, chemical symbol Cf, used in radiotherapy.
California Psychological Inventory Test - personality inventory with emphasis on social interaction.
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The California groves are actually closer than the Mexican groves for the consumer there.
The consequence of this change was significant given that California is host to a large number of publicly traded foreign corporations that are traded on foreign stock exchanges and that foreign accountants need to enter California to provide audit services to those companies, thus under California's new law, these foreign accountants could be barred from performing such services in California.
The northern and southern California walnuts are also endemic and declining, at least in their natural groves.
California taxpayers also have to disclose certain listed transactions in which they participated in previous tax years, even though the general disclosure requirements for reportable transactions are effective only for tax years after 2002.
California is not conforming to the federal government's credit of up to $500 for small employers who set up retirement plans.
The improved standards will allow California to utilize the latest technological advances in the construction and remodeling of residences, state government buildings, schools, hospitals, and other occupancies regulated by the state.
Employee leave under the California Family Rights Act requires employers of 50 or more employees to permit employees up to 12 weeks unpaid leave of absence to bond with a newborn or adopted child, care for a family member (including registered domestic partners) with a serious health condition, or the employee's own serious health condition.
Overall, California receive $15 billion more in federal spending during 2002 than in 2001, but that boost was more than zeroed out by the increased taxes Californians paid.
Details of the USDA Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Johanns' visit to California follows:
In California, nonprofits pay the same sales taxes as everyone else.
California also took an overall loss in federal highway construction funds thanks to an allocation formula that gives preference to sparsely populated states.
The California ISO is a not-for-profit public benefit corporation charged with managing the flow of electricity along California's open-market wholesale power grid.