El Cajon


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El Ca•jon

(ˌɛl kəˈhoʊn)
n.
a city in SW California. 88,240.
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Two rising Filipino stars primed up for this week's Junior World as Eagle Ace Superal and Rianne Malixi ruled their respective age-group divisions in varying fashions in the 12th FCG (Future Champions Golf) International Championship at Singing Hills Golf in El Cajon, California last Friday.
Stanley Baran Stanley Baran, age 84, of El Cajon, California and previously of Schaumburg, Illinois, passed away in his home in El Cajon on September 21st, 2018.
El Cajon officials are being scorned after at least a dozen people, including a 14-year-old, were arrested and given misdemeanor citations Sunday at Wells Park after they gave food to the homeless.
To explore how foreclosures have affected residents' political attitudes and participation, I used a mixed research methodology: random phone interviews of over 400 residents of El Cajon, a suburb of San Diego, California, which had experienced a high rate of foreclosure.
EXPERIENCES AND INTERPRETATIONS IN RITUAL PERFORMANCES (IRUYA AND EL CAJON, ARGENTINEAN NORTHWEST)
The maquila industry and the Honduran government have agreed on a formula that will enable funding of $90 million to be used to install a fifth turbine at El Cajon dam, reports laprensahn.com (March 21, 2104).
I live in El Cajon, Calif., where the climate is dry and summers are hot.
Se sabe que desde tiempos remotos el valle de El Cajon, Catamarca, Noroeste Argentino, ha participado de intercambios e interconexiones a grandes distancias.
Additionally, the plant will increase the capacity to regulate the Santiago river, allowing for an increase in the generation capacity of the El Cajon and Aguamilpa dams.