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Ir·vine

(ĭr'vīn),
A. Ray, Jr., U.S. ophthalmologist, *1917. See: Irvine-Gass syndrome.
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Irvine and his wife, Patricia, of Leominster; his daughter, Verna M.
Destination Irvine, a US-based destination marketing organisation for the city of Irvine, California, has announced special offers and discounts for the summer.
But there's still a tightly packed group of teams in the middle of the standings, so with the exception of UC Irvine (13-9, 9-1 Big West), which seems to be running away with the conference title, seeding is still far from determined.
Yesterday's sentence at the Superior Court in Newport Beach, California, came after Irvine, (25), pleaded guilty to six charges, including stalking and carrying a concealed weapon without a permit.
Irvine Sensors Corporation (Nasdaq: IRSN; Boston: ISC) has announced that its Advanced Technology Division (ATD) has received an approximate $3.
If Hakkinen is second he's the champion if Irvine is fifth or lower.
Irvine reached the top rung of his corporate ladder in 1987, he didn't rest on his laurels.
Ron Irvine, Northern Ontario district manager for Bell Cellular, said plans are currently in the works for an expansion into Sault Ste.
This is a unique way for journalists and travel industry professionals to come together and experience the Irvine lifestyle," said Tallia Hart, President & CEO of the Irvine Chamber of Commerce.
Now Johnston is preparing to compete at an even higher level - NCAA Division I - as his first cross-country season with UC Irvine approaches.
To provide advanced training to engineering and information technology professionals, locally and nationally, that are responsible for designing and maintaining efficient and highly individualized systems, UC Irvine Extension is offering a new online course entitled "Fundamentals of Embedded Systems Design and Programming.
ANAHEIM - Cal State Northridge had no problem with UC Irvine during the regular season.