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n.1.A peaceful person; - applied specif. by the Spaniards to the natives in Cuba and the Philippine Islands who did not oppose the Spanish arms.
While we were going through the woods one of the pacificos pointed to a new grave.
- Harper's Weekly.
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April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacifica Senior Living (Pacifica), a division of Pacifica Companies, announced last week that it has selected Cenergy Power (Cenergy) to install its rooftop photovoltaic (PV) system at the Meridian at Lake San Marcos (Meridian), a northern San Diego based senior community.
Tokyo, Apr 17, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Solar power and real estate developer Pacifica Capital K.
The Pacifica Forum is a discussion group that has met on the University of Oregon campus for years, dedicated to the principle of free speech and to the exploration of current controversies.
Pacifica Housing Advisory Association opened a newly renovated former Victoria drug house, offering housing and support services for homeless families and single parents whose children have left home, and who find themselves at risk of homelessness.
Camarillo 34, Pacifica 6: Mychal Leaupepe rushed for 134 yards and scored three touchdowns as visiting Camarillo used a strong defensive effort to overwhelm Pacifica of Oxnard in a league opener.
California residents and many a visitor to the Bay Area only know Pacifica as a suburban coastal town--but this history follows the 1900s development of the town as no other, from its early days as a railroad town to its current suburban community standing.
Pacifica Consultants specializes in strategic recruiting and team building and is able to access the best possible talent to make operations successful in Japan.
Pacifica has published a few similar memoirs, including The Jolly Rogers (1997, Orion 1989), F4U Corsair ace Tom Blackburn's description of combat, and Above and Beyond (1997) by Charles Patrick Weiland, a Marine F4U carder aviator.
From its beginnings a half-century ago, the Pacifica radio network set out to be quite different.
On February 15, lawyers representing the Pacifica radio network, which used to bill itself as "free speech radio," wrote to four dissident sites--freewpwf.
Recent firings and the questionable barring of some people at WBAI radio in New York City leave the staff once more at odds with the Pacifica Foundation which owns the station.
We are dedicated to ensuring that the rich Hawaiian heritage of the area will be incorporated into our design plans," said Pacifica Hotel Company President Mike Barnard.