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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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52% disapprove of the job Senator Boxer is doing getting unemployed Californians back to work
Californians for Captain Morgan believe it strikes a chord with Californians eager to spice up things in Sacramento and elsewhere throughout California.
8% lower than Massachusetts, in part because more Californians are employed by firms with a majority of low-wage workers.
The Miller Genuine Draft Biggest Summer Ever survey was conducted to determine what's big this summer among Californians in their twenties.
A survey conducted by Yankelovich Partners for the California League of Savings Institutions found that, despite concerns about jobs and the economy, Californians overwhelmingly believe it makes more sense to own than to rent a home.
The Californian, in only its second full year of daily publication, is the youngest daily ever to win a CNPA General Excellence Award.
Our partnership with The Bakersfield Californian will significantly enhance their online presence among local shoppers and provide superior service to their existing retail clientele," said Richard Luck, Travidia's vice president of media sales, western region.
13 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- According to the latest YouGov Omnibus survey 96% of Californians surveyed are aware of the draught that has been plaguing the state for the last three years.
Meanwhile, the number of Californians who think the state is heading in the right direction soared 30 points, to 53 percent.
It's alarming to think of the millions of Californians who are so financially insecure--especially given the increasing cost of living in the Golden State.
Low-income Californians are just as likely as their wealthier counterparts to use the Internet for health information, according to a Pew Internet and American Life Project completed for the California HealthCare Foundation.
It would undoubtedly mean that Californians would face long lines to fill their gas tanks.

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