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San Jo·sé

(san hō-zā'),
Hermenia, 20th-century Chilean pathologist. See: Maldonado-San Jose stain.
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Key elements of the San Jose meeting space renovation project include:
Milan Mihaleck put San Jose ahead with 3:46 left with three seconds left in the power play, as he redirected a wrist shot from Marc-Edouard Vlasic from the point to give the Sharks the lead.
Senior Supervisory Resident Agent Smith and Special Agent Stapleton serve in the San Jose Resident Agency of the FBI's San Francisco Division.
San Jose Jazz, producer of the annual AT&T San Jose Jazz Festival, is a public benefit corporation dedicated to promoting jazz through performance and education to enrich the lives of people in our community.
It is a sad day for these fine young men and women and a sadder day for the City of San Jose.
San Jose took a 2-0 lead 8:54 into the second period thanks to some amazing timing.
Bales hopes, also, that ballet companies visiting either San Jose or the Flint Center in neighboring Cupertino will rent the orchestra in cases where the only alternative will be tape.
We were obliged to bid the contract as a single-stream commodity, but the trucks were our option," says John Nicoletti, Norcal's general manager in San Jose.
AT&T and San Jose Jazz will work together to create a festival that reflects the diversity and creativity that represents San Jose and Silicon Valley.
Dennis says some 45 people will work at the San Jose location.
The 100-room Holiday Inn Express San Jose - Forum will be situated in the one of the fastest developing areas called Santa Ana next to a major thoroughfare that connects to Escazu, the prominent residential and business district of the city.
Several San Jose players - Danny Califf, Alejandro Moreno, Brian Ching, Chris Aloisi, Brian Mullan and Craig Waibel - formerly played for L.

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