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California State University Police Department - Stations - CSUPD, San José
... California State University Police Department, San José Motto We make a difference today for a better tomorrow ... Barnes, Chief of Police Prior to the establishment of a police department at San José State University, the university employed night watchmen and security guards ... The San José Police Department provided law enforcement for the campus during this time ...
Miss Costa Rica - Runners-up - Representatives To Miss World
... Diers Limón 1969 Damaris Ureña Guanacaste 1972 Victoria Eugenia (Vicky) Ross González San José 1974 Rose Marie Leprade Coto Guanacaste 1975 María ... Cartago 2008 María Amalia Matamoros Solis San Juan de Naranjo 2009 Angie Catalina Alfaro Loria Alajuela 2010 Dayana Aguilera Sequeira Alajuela 2011 Paola Chaverri Heredia ...
San José De Gracia, Aguascalientes
... San José de Gracia, or simply San José, is a town in the Mexican state of Aguascalientes ... the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of San José de Gracia ...
Carmen District, San José - Geography and Demography
... El Carmen District lies in the north of the San José Canton ... Canton (north) and Montes de Oca Canton (east) from San José Province ... The District borders other districts of San José Canton, Catedral District (south) and Merced District (west) ...
San José De Chiquitos
... San José de Chiquitos or simply San José is the capital of Chiquitos Province in the Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia ...

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