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San Jo·sé

(san hō-zā'),
Hermenia, 20th-century Chilean pathologist. See: Maldonado-San Jose stain.
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After San Jose hit the highest note, her face lit up as her coach commended her efforts.
Speaking to Sky Sports in 2017, San Jose revealed how a phone call with Rafa Benitez changed his life.
BAC San Jose's Negative Outlook is also aligned with Costa Rica's Sovereign Rating Outlook given its high level of influence over the financial sector and the broader operating environment.
Under a project called "Liwanag ng Pasko sa San Jose," huge rice grain-shaped bulbs also light up the three-kilometer section of the Maharlika Highway near the city hall and the public market, to highlight the city's lifeblood--rice farming.
As the largest city of Northern California, San Jose is the political, economic and cultural center of Silicon Valley which serves as the global center for high technology, innovation and social media.
Maria were affected by flooding, six in Bocaue, three in Marilao and five in San Jose del Monte.
(OTC Pink: AVBH), a bank holding company and the parent company of Avidbank, an independent full-service commercial bank serving businesses and consumers in Northern California, has announced the opening of its new San Jose Headquarters office and Palo Alto Retail branch, the company said.
San Jose [Costa Rica], November 13 ( ANI ): An earthquake of 6.5 magnitude on the Richter scale has hit the Pacific coast of Costa Rica near its capital, San Jose.
A third period rally wasn't enough to save the San Jose Sharks from their first home loss of the season on Thursday.

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