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California,

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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By 2020, Southern California's population will balloon to 21 million people.
Horn said California's problem is especially acute in the Senate, where each state has only two members.
That may have been the catalyst, but the problem is systemic and rooted in California's draconian regulatory regime.
Among the provisions of California's political cyberfraud law, originally passed by the state Legislature in 2001 in response to a similar incident involving Proposition 36 (the medical marijuana initiative), are:
Proposed changes to the Enterprise Zone program have been a hotly debated issue this year and are particularly important for the 18 of California's 42 Enterprise Zones that are set to expire by the end of 2006.
administers marketing order programs on behalf of California's 2,000 fresh peach, plum and nectarine farmers.
California's new law had replaced the old incidental and temporary exemption law that had allowed out-of-state CPAs and foreign accountants to provide services to clients in California as long as those services were incidental to their practice in another state or country.
Federal reportable transactions: California's disclosure requirements are embodied in new California Rev.
The cost of California's draconian environmental regulations have been escalating for years, it can cost $75,000 to get state approval of a timber harvest plan even before a tree is cut.
Practitioners and taxpayers who are familiar with state tax issues are well aware of California's historically aggressive position regarding taxation of international businesses.
Focusing on major outlays in the 2000-01 federal budget, the study, commissioned by California's congressional delegation, was conducted by the San Francisco-based Public Policy Institute of California and the California Institute, a Washington-based think tank.

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