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dolphin

a member of the suborder Odonotoceti of the order Cetacea, the whales. Includes the Amazon and Ganges freshwater dolphins, the common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) and the bottle-nosed dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), and the Arctic dolphin, more commonly called the beluga whale. Others include Chinese river dolphin (Lipotes vexillifer).
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According to the El Dorado News-Times, $52 million has been raised for the project.
As of mid-July, the El Dorado district had added 102 new students for the coming school year, Langston told a civic club.
Dorado did not report the incident to Burbank police.
Some data already indicate that exposures in El Dorado are high enough to be harmful.
We trust the Dorado with the heart of our business--our reservation system--which must be available at all times to give our cruise guests the best experience right from the beginning," said Doug Eney, vice president, Information Systems Engineering, Carnival Cruise Lines.
Robert Carpenter, chief technology officer and founder of Dorado Corporation.
Indeed, if you can ignore the words, El Dorado at times seems the rediscovered golden-oldie paradise it's intended to be.
We founded this company in 2009 with the goal of delivering authentic Mexican street food that stands out among other Mexican restaurants in the area and creates a unique experience for our consumers," said Michael Brau, co-owner of Dorado Tacos & Cemitas.
However, even with promising qualities such as those, El Dorado and its surrounding region has seen industries dry up and its population decrease.
The El Dorado-based oil company announced in January the El Dorado Promise, a 20-year plan to pay college tuition for all graduates of the public high school in the working-class town.
Dorado Corporation, a leading North American provider of on-demand consumer lending automation solutions, and Ness Technologies, Inc.