Ocala


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O·cal·a

 (ō-kăl′ə)
A city of north-central Florida northwest of Orlando. The area is known for its Thoroughbred farms.
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We are extremely excited to bring this state-of-the-art nursing education facility to Ocala and its surrounding communities -- areas seeing an increased demand for quality nurses as the population ages and the healthcare industry continues to evolve," said Dr.
Coastal Banking Co Inc has announced a plan to take over First Avenue National Bank of Ocala (Avenue).
The victims were found in a pickup truck bound and shot multiple times on a road in Ocala National Forest.
Opened in Ocala in 1976, they offer annual service contracts and 24-hour emergency assistance, as well as parts and labor warranties.
These guys all hung out on a regular basis," Bobby Tillander, owner of the Ocala Entertainment Complex, told the (http://www.
Located north of Orlando in the central part of the state, Ocala National Forest is the southernmost forest in the continental United States.
Bank of America is seeking a court order directing the FDIC to pay claims that Ocala Funding is no longer able to pay.
However, an online competition was launched, with organisers promising to show the film in the city with the most votes - and residents in Ocala won the contest.
A statement from the United States Equestrian Federation and the Florida Horse Park said: "We regret to report that Eleanor Brennan died as a result of injuries sustained in a fall on cross-country at the Florida International Three-Day Event and Ocala Fall Horse Trials in Ocala, Florida.
Bernard was honored by the Rotary Club, the Chamber of Commerce, B'nai Darom Temple and the Ocala Festival Orchestra - all in Ocala, Fla - for his many hours and 18 years of service to that community.
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