Encinitas


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En•ci•ni•tas

(ˌɛn səˈni təs)
n.
a city in SW California. 55,386.
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Implementing agency : NORTH COUNTY EDUCATIONAL PURCHASING CONSORTIUM (NCEPC) Encinitas Union School District
Dramm & Echter, freshly growing in Encinitas since 1972, sustainably cultivates over 40 varieties of cut flowers and succulents that are distributed around the world.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 24, 2017-DICK'S Sporting Goods to inaugurate new store in Encinitas, CA
The balloon basket landed in the surf and took in several waves, Encinitas Marine Safety Capt.
The decision came after parents sued the Encinitas Union School District to stop yoga classes introduced to elementary schoolchildren in the upscale suburb just north of San Diego.
The lawsuit filed against the Encinitas Union School District by the Escondido-based, nonprofit National Center for Law & Policy may be the first of its kind in the United States and has gained international attention.
Legendary Locals of Encinitas opens with the Hammond family who were drawn to the town by advertisements that painted it as a near-Eden of orange trees and grapevines.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-5 October 2009-Verizon expands 3G wireless coverage in Encinitas, California(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The research involved the consumption of 20 fish tacos at 12 different establishments over two weekends, and ranged from Encinitas in the north county to Imperial Beach near the Mexican border.
Up in Encinitas, Chris Lambert, of backside flip fame, greeted his second child--a healthy baby boy.
The innovative Moonlight State Beach Urban Runoff Dry Weather Flow Treatment Facility in Encinitas, California, opened September 20 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication.
Based on the loan agreements, roughly 53% of the debt is to be paid by Solana Beach and 47% is to be paid by Encinitas.