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A city of southern California north of San Diego. It is in an area that specializes in grapes and citrus fruit.


(ˌɛs kənˈdi doʊ)

a city in SW California. 116,184.
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Born in Escondido, California, Steuer became the first child actor to play Worf's son Alexander Rozhenko on the cult series "Star Trek: The Next Generation," in 1990.
It makes investments in commercial real estate, was founded in 1969 and is based in Escondido, California.
Based in Escondido, California, CBM has built a business as a supplier of plastic containers and closures for brands in the sports nutrition market serving customers from their locations in Escondido, Carrollton, Texas and Aurora, Illinois.
Nick and Sharron Linner of Escondido, California, acquired the Dollar General at 2005 Old Military Road for more than $1.
Based in Escondido, California, Detectent s SaaS, subscription, and software solutions help improve advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and utility grid operations, ensure revenue protection, and deliver enhanced customer engagement programs.
Debbie Martin, the sister of the Jolie's late mother Marcheline Bertrand, took her last breath at Palomar Hospital in Escondido, California, Contactmusic reported.
Debbie died at Palomar Hospital in Escondido, California, and is survived by Ron and their two sons Chris and Cory.
Realty Income Corp is headquartered in Escondido, California.
He was predeceased by his sister Evelyn Suprenard of Escondido, California, in 1999.
The Stone Brewing Company, based in Escondido, California, is thought to be lining up a bid for the listed building and the brewing equipment from the 112-year-old Black Country brewery, which has been up for sale since the previous brewers collapsed earlier in the summer.
Car Mart Incorporated (Car Mart), a company that distributes transportation and industrial vehicles, has acquired Pacific Golf Cars (PGC) of Escondido, California.
The collection was donated by Robert Zarbock of Escondido, California.