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Be·ni·cia

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A city of western California on an inlet of San Francisco Bay north-northeast of Oakland. It was the state capital from 1853 to 1854.
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Author Vickers' own introduction to the consequences of murder began with the December 20, 1968 killings of David Faraday and Betty Lou Jensen by the Zodiac killer on an isolated stretch of Lake Herman Road near the Vallejo and Benicia, California boarder.
The program launched this week in the cities of Albany, Aliso Viejo, American Canyon, Arvin, Bakersfield, Beaumont, Benicia, California City, Concord, Coronado, Cypress, Encinitas, Fillmore, Foster City, Imperial Beach, Indio, Kingsburg, La Mesa, Lake Forest, Lancaster, Lemoore, McFarland, Merced, National City, Ojai, Poway, Rancho Cordova, Reedley, Riverbank, Sanger, Santa Paula, Santee, Sierra Madre, St.
Corporal Mark Menesini of the Benicia, California, Police Department responded to a traffic collision in which a vehicle veered off a highway and came to rest in a residential swimming pool.
Dominic's School in Benicia, California where she was awarded teacher of the year.
of Benicia, California, has introduced an optical turnstile that integrates reliable anti-tailgating technology into a compact four-foot-long pedestal.
Students in Benicia, California, for instance, scour online message board BeniciaNews.
Dozens were auctioned off in San Francisco and in Benicia, California, on the Carquinez Strait about 25 miles to the northeast.
Emerson, longtime music librarian at the University of California, Berkeley, and distinguished scholar, died on 21 July 1999 in Benicia, California, at the age of 73.
AcroMetrix, with facilities in Benicia, California and Alkmaar, The Netherlands, provides a comprehensive line of molecular and serological diagnostic quality control products that help laboratories meet quality requirements.
6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Adding to its existing warehouses in Frederick, Maryland and Benicia, California, the new location adds 100,000 square feet to DeerBusters' total storage space, significantly improving lead and shipping times, particularly for customers located in the heavily deer-populated northeast.
of Benicia, California, has introduced a new optical turnstile that integrates reliable anti-tailgating technology into a compact four-foot pedestal.
Headquartered in Benicia, California, the privately held company was founded in 1987 by William Seroy.