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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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I understand the dilemma but I am not sure this was the ideal solution for the long-term future of Californians who pay taxes."
The Californian economy got its first big impetus, of course, from the gold rush of 1849, which led to a population exploration as Americans headed west in search of sudden riches.
Californians are seeing their blood pressures rise with constant media bombardments the Big One might be just around the corner.
OneWest Bank's survey also found that approximately 6 in 10 of Southern Californians will engage with a financial institution that gives back to local non-profits.
Through the voter-approved Proposition 63, California counties produced a wide array of culturally responsive mental health resources for the API community to help break down the barriers that deter Californians from accessing help that meets their unique needs:
This is enough water to supply approximately 2.38 million Californians for one year.
"In 2014, one-third of Californians are going to be living in a jurisdiction where single-use plastic grocery bags are banned," Murray told Waste & Recycling News.
According to a survey by Citibank NA (NYSE: C), Californians are not planning to spend much in the coming holiday season.
The number of Californians age 60-plus "will nearly double to 12 million people in the next 25 years," according to the report.
The Californian government is soon to roll out a programme in which debit cards would replace benefit cheques.
Creating paths for the active engagement of Californians serves as a unifying theme for The James Irvine foundation as it pursues its mission of expanding opportunity for the people of California.

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