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camarillo

a part albino type of horse found only in California; has white hair, pink skin and black eyes.
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American's Director of Asset Management, Paul Vacheron, commented: "ALARA Camarillo represents the latest addition in our successful strategy of acquiring the best well-placed multi-family properties located in rapidly growing markets throughout the US.
The Camarillo Air Show is sponsored by Chapter 723 of the Experimental Aircraft Association, comprised of 250 Ventura County residents.
It's always exciting to see a city make such a significant investment in the future, and we're very pleased to be selected by Camarillo as their technology partner.
But her proposal has raised concerns among Camarillo residents and elected officials who fear the 160-acre site could eventually be converted into a men's prison with guard towers and hard-core convicts.
Camarillo identified strategies for increasing frequency of use and increasing usage per card as primary methods for debit programs to achieve their potential.
Camarillo gained less than 100 yards of offense the remainder of the game and had five turnovers.
We believe that the city of Camarillo fosters long-term business development," said Jack Poe, chairman and chief executive officer of Semtech Corp.
A change from the original course configuration has golfers at Camarillo Springs starting out on the hardest hole - at least the one assigned that designation by the Southern California Golf Association course-raters.
As part of the Camarillo franchise conditions, GTE has agreed to provide free video services to municipal buildings and most public schools.
Camarillo then made a pitching change, inserting sophomore Lindsey Dean in for Kelly McGregor.
75 million, or $56,000 per unit, Camarillo Oaks offers a full amenity package including swimming pools, spa, sauna and picnic areas.