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on September 8, 2006, and as of that date, he was estimated to be . He was released on January 16, 2007, after 137 days in captivity. The De Anza spelling is also the namesake of streets, schools, and buildings in his honor including: De Anza Boulevards in San Mateo (San Mateo, California) and Cupertino (Cupertino, California), De Anza Park in Sunnyvale, De Anza College in Cupertino, De Anza High School


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of Current Geographical Names'', 4th ed., rev. and enlarged by William Bright (University of California Press, 1998), p. 410. or '''Shisholop''' in Chumash (Chumash language)


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Widders'' to "Mini Lop" to make it more appealing to the public. The group was incorporated in July 2004 by Ventura (Ventura, California) resident Joseph Turner, who was unsatisfied with the existing immigration-reform groups whose letter-writing campaigns he deemed ineffectual. In an interview, Turner stated, "Our belief is that if that worked or had any sort of positive influence, we wouldn’t be in the situation we’re in." In contrast, SOS's tactics are statedly &quot

;aggressive", and "in-your-face". Their language reflects this, intentionally eschewing what they perceive to be the political correctness that characterized the language of the 1990s. In the opinion of Turner and many of his supporters, political correctness and multiculturalism are both factors that contribute to the continued entry of illegal aliens into the United States. Chumash and Tongva trading expeditions between the mainland and the Channel Islands were common. Most were to obtain steatite for soapstone bowls and effigy figurines. The remains of this prehistoric seafaring is being investigated by underwater archaeologists. At least 25 individual sites have been reported between Ventura, California Beach and Point Conception. By 1853, Newman had moved the family to Dallas, Texas, where they ranched for a time, and where their last two children, Ester and Alonzo were born. Both Newman and his oldest son John enlisted in the Confederate Home Guard at the outbreak of the American Civil War. Newman was eventually released due to his age. Newman moved the family to Arizona Territory in 1865 at the end of the war and settled for a time near Fort Bowie near Willcox, Arizona. In 1866, they moved to San Buenaventura, California (Ventura, California) and after 16 years of marriage his wife Mariah died. In 1871, he moved the family to Port Hueneme, California. Biography She was born '''Joanne Grogan''' in Ventura, California. She attended the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music (California Institute of the Arts), but devoted herself to jazz by imitating Frankie Carle albums. She was influenced by Charlie Parker and bebop. On March 20, 2004, sixteen months after the book was published, Sherri Skanes, an artist, and semi-retired school teacher from Ventura (Ventura, California), California, solved the treasure hunt and claimed the $100,000 prize. campus with an enrollment of 14,456 students. The college is part of the Ventura County Community College District.


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of artists from blues to jazz to country (country music). The famous character, lawyer "Perry Mason", created by Erle Stanley Gardner, first as novels and then later as a television series in the late 1950s and early 60's, followed by several "made-for-TV" movies in the 1980s, had his fictional law practice and did much of his early writing in Downtown Ventura. The building where his law offices were housed, at California and Main Streets bears his


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; he was lamenting the influx of persons of Mexican (Mexico) ancestry into the San Gabriel Valley following World War II. Save Our State continued the protests, which drew counter-protesters and required city expenditure on crowd control and riot police. Save Our State stopped protesting towards the end of the summer and has not made any further appearances in the city. *Miller, Gary J., ''Cities by Contract: The Politics of Municipal Incorporation'', The MIT Press, Cambridge

with concert appearances in Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Luerssen D., John, 2004 p. 219 After wrapping up the tour of the Pacific Rim, the band flew home to Los Angeles. Patrick Wilson and Matt Sharp did a promotional appearance on the nationally syndicated radio show ''"Modern Rock Live"'', in an attempt to improve the album's standing on the U.S. album charts. A few days later, on November 1, Weezer

. Onstage, Zimbalist played opposite Tommy Tune in the touring musical ''My One and Only'', taking the featured role of "Edith Herbert". She has made several appearances with the Rubicon Theatre Company in Ventura, California, winning the local critics' "Robby Award" for Best Actress in a Drama in ''The Rainmaker (The Rainmaker (play))'', at the Rubicon community theatre in 2001. Throughout the 2000s, Zimbalist took roles in plays concerning nineteenth-century artists


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. Onstage, Zimbalist played opposite Tommy Tune in the touring musical ''My One and Only'', taking the featured role of "Edith Herbert". She has made several appearances with the Rubicon Theatre Company in Ventura, California, winning the local critics' "Robby Award" for Best Actress in a Drama in ''The Rainmaker (The Rainmaker (play))'', at the Rubicon community theatre in 2001. Throughout the 2000s, Zimbalist took roles in plays concerning nineteenth-century artists


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. In July 2003, Monterey researchers captured a small female and kept it in a large netted pen near Malibu (Malibu, California) for five days. They had the rare success of getting the shark to feed in captivity before its release.

Aquarium accessdate 2006-09-27 On the evening of August 31, 2006, the aquarium introduced a juvenile male caught outside Santa Monica Bay His first meal as a captive was a large salmon steak


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" format Audio commentary medium CD publisher Comedy Central Following the success of "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo", a large number of celebrities started contacting Comedy Central with the hopes of making guest appearances in ''South Park'' episodes, allowing Parker and Stone to practically take their pick of guest stars. Parker asked for Henstridge solely because he found her attractive in ''Species (Species (film))'', the 1995 science fiction horror film

in which she starred. Henstridge was nervous performing the role because she had never conducted a voice over performance before. Henstridge was credited as "The Chick from ''Species''" in the opening credits.

. Reviews and ratings Although Parker and Stone credit "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride" as helping elevate the series, they felt "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" elevated South Park to a new level of popularity and relevance. Parker said of it, "This was the episode that just vaulted everything." Following the success of "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo", a large number of celebrities started contacting Comedy


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Pacific Surfliner route. The Olivas Adobe, one of the early "California Rancho" styled homes, is operated today as a museum and performing arts venue. Located adjacent to the Olivas Park Golf Course, the home is one of the most visited historic sites on the central Pacific Coast. Living history reenactments, demonstrations of Rancho life, and wonderful ghost stories abound. A summer music series of performances held in the old home's courtyard feature an eclectic assortment


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to the Salt Lake City, Utah, area on September 1, 1991. Born in Hollywood, California and raised in Ventura (Ventura, California), Larrabee was a young running talent in the mid-1950s. In 1952, his athletic performances earned him a scholarship at the University of Southern California, from which he graduated as a geology major. A series of injuries hampered his running career, causing him to miss out on the 1956 and 1960 Olympics (Summer Olympic Games), but he had his

Ventura, California

'''Ventura''' (officially the '''City of San Buenaventura'''; commonly called '''San Buenaventura''' before 1891), Erwin G. Gudde, ''California Place Names: The Origin and Etymology of Current Geographical Names'', 4th ed., rev. and enlarged by William Bright (University of California Press, 1998), p. 410. or '''Shisholop''' in Chumash (Chumash language) edition Revised edition publisher EZ Nature Books isbn 0936784156 last1 McCall first1 Lynne last2 Perry first2 Rosalind title California’s Chumash Indians : a project of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Education Center location San Luis Obispo, Calif page 36 accessdate 2013-04-26 year 2002 is the county seat of Ventura County, California, United States, incorporated in 1866. The population was 106,433 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), up from 100,916 at the 2000 census (2000 United States Census). Ventura is accessible via U.S. Route 101 (U.S. Route 101 (California)), State Route 33 (California State Route 33), State Route 126 (California State Route 126), and State Route 118 (California State Route 118).

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