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Pace University School of Law Pace University School of Law, known colloquially as "Pace Law School", is the law school of Pace University, a comprehensive, independent, and diversified university with campuses in New York City and Westchester County. Located approximately 25 miles north of New York City, Pace Law School is situated on a spacious 13-acre (5.
Pace's Ferry Through much of the 19th century, Pace's Ferry was an important ferry across the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta. Started in the early 1830s near Peachtree Creek, it was run by Hardy Pace, one of the city's founders.
Paceband A paceband is a wristband, sometimes made of a strip of waterproof paper, that lists expected split times for a running race. When used in conjunction with a stopwatch a paceband can assist athletes in maintaining a steady pace throughout the race.
Pacelli High School (Wisconsin) Pacelli High School is a private secondary school located on the north side of Stevens Point, Wisconsin in the Diocese of La Crosse. Pacelli High School--named in honor of Pope Pius XII-- was founded in 1955 by Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, which has operated schools, colleges and universities in 81 countries for over 300 years.
Pacello da Mercogliano Pacello da Mercogliano (ca 1455â€“1534) was a designer of gardens and hydraulic engineer, who is documented under Charles VIII at Amboise with the responsibility of bringing water from the Loire up to the garden parterres laid out to one side of the chĂ˘teau. He was assisting the architect-engineer Fra Giocondo, who had translated Frontinus' essay De aquis urbae Romanae.
Pacem in Terris Pacem in Terris, or in English (full title) On Establishing Universal Peace in Truth, Justice, Charity and Liberty was a papal encyclical issued by Pope John XXIII on 11 April 1963. It remains one of the most famous of 20th century encyclicals and established principles that featured in some of the documents of the Second Vatican Council and of later popes.
Pacemaker (track) A pacemaker (sometimes colloquially called a rabbit) is a runner who leads a middle distance track event for the first section to ensure a fast time and avoid excessive tactical racing. Pacemakers are frequently employed by race organisers for world record attempts with specific instructions for lap times.
Pacemaker action potential A pacemaker action potential is the kind of action potential that provides a reference rhythm for the network. This contrasts with pacemaker potential or current which drives rhythmic modulation of firing rate.
Pacencia Laurel Paciencia Hidalgo Laurel (1889-1960) was the wife of Philippine President Jose P. Laurel and the third First Lady of the Philippines and the only First Lady to serve under the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II.
Pacenotes In rallying, pacenotes are a commonly used method of accurately describing the route to be driven in extreme detail. As well as dictating the general route to be taken, in terms of turnings, junctions, etc, all notable features of the route which might affect the way it is driven at speed are included.
Pacers-Pistons brawl The Pacers-Pistons brawl was an on-court altercation at a National Basketball Association (NBA) game between the Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers, which quickly spread into the stands. The incident took place on November 19, 2004 at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Pacchiarotto, and How He Worked in Distemper Pacchiarotto, and How He Worked in Distemper is a short collection of English poems by Robert Browning, published in 1876. The collection marked Browning's first collection of short pieces for more than twelve years, and was well-received.
Pacific angelshark The Pacific angelshark, Squatina californica, is an angel shark of the family Squatinidae found in the subtropical waters of the eastern Pacific from southeastern Alaska to the Gulf of California (and possibly from Costa Rica to southern Chile) between latitudes 60Â° N and 22Â° N, at depths down to 200 m. Its length is up to 1.
Pacific Academy Pacific Academy is a Christian school in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada that spans from preschool to Grade 12. The school generally has 4 classes per grade, and has over 200 staff members as well as 1500 students.
Pacific Adventist University Pacific Adventist University (PAU) is a tertiary institution located outside Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, and operated by the South Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Both the faculty and the student body are international in composition.
Pacific Air Lines Pacific Air Lines was a local service airline linking smaller communities in California and Oregon with hub cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland. Founded as Southwest Airways, the company began scheduled service in 1946.
Pacific Airlines Pacific Airlines is an airline based in Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It operates domestic scheduled passenger and cargo services and provides charter flights by request to regional destinations.
Pacific Argonaut The Pacific Argonaut (Argonauta pacifica) is a species of pelagic octopus. The female of the species, like all argonauts, creates a paper-thin eggcase that coils around the octopus much like the way a nautilus lives in its shell (hence the name paper nautilus).
Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems The Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS) is an annual conference for Information Systems and Information Technology academics and professionals and is affiliated with the Association for Information Systems. Its purpose is to provide a high quality forum for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to exchange research findings and ideas on the adoption of leading information-related technologies and practices.
Pacific blockade Pacific blockade was a term invented by Hautefeuille, the French writer on international maritime law, to describe a blockade exercised by a great power for the purpose of bringing pressure to bear on a weaker state without actual war.
Pacific Basin Development Council The Pacific Basin Development Council is a non-profit organization that was established in early 1980s by the governors of the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Guam, and Hawaii. The Council is concerned with the economic and social development of the Pacific Islands, and conducts research and implements projects to that end.
Pacific Basin Economic Council (PBEC) The Pacific Basin Economic Council (PBEC) is a loosely binding economic agreement between certain members of the Pacific countries where different governments and corporations co-operate and discuss their economic affairs. It is an informal agreement which co-exists alongside other multi-lateral agreements such as PECC, PAFTAD and ASEAN and APEC for enhanced economic security and promoting prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region.
Pacific Bell The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company was the name of the Bell System's telephone operations in California. It gained in size by acquiring smaller telephone companies along the Pacific coast, such as Sunset Telephone & Telegraph in 1917.
Pacific Black Duck The Pacific Black Duck, Anas superciliosa is a dabbling duck found in much of Indonesia, New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand, and many islands in the southwestern Pacific, reaching to the Caroline Islands in the north and French Polynesia in the east. It is usually called the Grey Duck or Parera in New Zealand.
Pacific Blue (TV series) Pacific Blue was a one-hour television drama about a team of police officers who patrolled the beaches of Santa Monica, California on bicycle. The show ran for five seasons on the USA Network, from March 2, 1996 to April 9, 2000, with a total of one hundred and one episodes.
Pacific Boychoir The Pacific Boychoir is the only boys' chorus in Oakland, California, USA, and is known for winning a Grammy Award for Best Classical Album in 2004, for its performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 3 with the San Francisco Symphony.
Pacific centennial group Pacific Centennial Group, founded in 2003 in Singapore, is one of the virtual office provider in Asia Pacific. Under the brand - Virtual Office Singapore, the Group offers clients a selection of business service solutions - registered address, mail forwarding, dedicated phone services, dedicated fax services and meeting facilities.
Pacific cleaner shrimp The Pacific cleaner shrimp, Lysmata amboinensis, is an omnivorous shrimp species, which will generally scavenge and eat parasites and dead tissue. The Pacific cleaner shrimp is naturally part of the reef ecosystem, and is widespread in the Red Sea and tropical Indo-PacificÂ .
Pacific Centennial Group Pacific Centennial Group, founded in 2003 in Singapore, is one of the virtual office provider in Asia Pacific. Under the brand - Virtual Office Singapore, the Group offers clients a selection of business service solutions - registered address, mail forwarding, dedicated phone services, dedicated fax services and meeting facilities.
Pacific Central Station (Vancouver) Pacific Central Station (1150 Station Street, Vancouver, Canada V6A 4C7) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a railway station which acts as the western terminus of VIA Railâ€™s cross-country The Canadian to Toronto, and the northern terminus of Amtrakâ€™s Cascades to Seattle. Until VIA Rail took over operations around 1979, passenger trains went further west to the Canadian Pacific Railwayâ€™s Waterfront Station in downtown Vancouver, which is now used by the SkyTrain and the West Coast Express commuter railway.
Pacific Century The Pacific Century is a term that has been used to describe the 21st century through analogy with the term American Century. The implicit assumption underlying the usage of the term is that the 21st century will be dominated, especially economically, by the Pacific Rim states surrounding the Pacific Ocean, in particular China, Japan, and the United States.
Pacific Century Insurance Holdings Pacific Century Insurance Holdings Limited is an insurance company based in Hong Kong. It is separately listed in Hong Kong, and is controlled by Pacific Century Regional Developments Limited, the parent company of PCCW.
Pacific Classic Stakes The Grade I Pacific Classic Stakes is a race for three years of age or older thoroughbred race horses. Held in August, the Pacific Classic has a purse of $1,000,000, and is the prestige event of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club as one of the top races on the West Coast.
Pacific Coast Borax Company The Pacific Coast Borax Company was a United States mining company founded in 1890 by the American borax magnate Francis Marion Smith. The company established and aggressively developed the famous 20 Mule Team Borax trademark in order to promote the sale of its product.
Pacific Coast Conference The Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) was a college athletic conference in the United States, now defunct. Though the Pac-10 claims the PCC as part of its history, the PCC had a completely different charter and was disbanded in 1959 due to a major crisis and scandal.
Pacific Coast Hellway Pacific Coast Hellway is an adult-themed podcast hosted by author, screenwriter Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff from Los Angeles, California. Featuring uncensored comedy and rants, Nemcoff records the show each weekday inside of his self described BMW "3-series studio" during his commute to work along Southern California's famed Pacific Coast Highway to his office in Venice Beach, CA.
Pacific Coast High School Pacific Coast High School (PCHS) is a public alternative high school in Tustin, California. It is associated with the Community Home Education Program, which is for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Pacific Coast Hockey Association The Pacific Coast Hockey Association was a professional ice hockey league in western Canada, operating from 1911 to 1924 when it merged with the Western Canada Hockey League. During this time, the PCHA was considered to be one of the major leagues of hockey.
Pacific Coast Hockey League The Pacific Coast Hockey League was an ice hockey league with teams in western United States and Canada that played from 1944 to 1952. It grew out of combining teams from the Southern California Hockey League and the Northwest International Hockey League.
Pacific Coast League The Pacific Coast League (PCL) is a minor league baseball league operating in the West and Midwest of the United States. It is one of two leagues, along with the International League, playing at the Triple-A level, which is one step below Major League Baseball.
Pacific Coast Ranges The Pacific Coast Ranges are the series of mountain ranges that stretch along the west coast of North America from Alaska to northern and central Mexico. They are also known as the Pacific Cordillera, especially in Canada, where this term also includes the Rockies and Columbia Mountains and others.
Pacific Coast Theater of the American Civil War The Pacific Coast Theater of the American Civil War was the major military operations in the United States bordering or close to the Pacific Ocean, including the states of California and Oregon and the territories of Washington and IdahoThe Bear River Massacre was formally in Idaho Territory, which was partitioned from Washington Territory during the war..
Pacific Coast University Pacific Coast University (PCU), currently exclusively consisting of the Pacific Coast University School of Law, is a private, non-profit law school located in Long Beach, California. The school prides itself on its history of diversity and low cost legal education.
Pacific Coastal Airlines Pacific Coastal Airlines is a commuter airline based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, that serves communities on the British Columbia coast and on Vancouver Island. Its main base is Vancouver International Airport Flight International 12-18 April 2005.
Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts is a community college located at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria, California. This institution on Californiaâ€™s Central Coast not only provides professional theatre year round but also trains acting and technical artisans for careers in the theatre.
Pacific Corporation The Pacific Corporation (originally Airdale Corporation), was a holding company that the Central Intelligence Agency used to control several aviation front companies. Former US Army pilot George Doole created Pacific as a Delaware corporation in 1950.
Pacific Crest Bicycle Trail The Pacific Crest Bicycle Trail is a 2,500-mile-long, road-based bicycle touring route from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. It was designed to come as close as possible to the Pacific Crest Trail and the two cross each other 27 times as they pass through the states of Washington, Oregon and California.
Pacific Curling Championships The Pacific Curling Championships is an annual curling tournament, held every year in November or December. Since the 2004, the top two countries in the Pacific Championships earn a berth at the following World Championships.
Pacific Cycle Pacific Cycle, Inc. is a major bicycle manufacturer founded in 1983 and headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin whose brands include DYNO, GT, InSTEP, Mongoose, Murray, Pacific Outdoors, Powerlite, Roadmaster, and Schwinn.
Pacific decadal oscillation The Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) is a pattern of Pacific climate variability that shifts phases on a multi-decadal time scale, usually about 20 to 30 years. The PDO is detected as warm or cool surface waters in the Pacific Ocean, north of 20Â°Â N.
Pacific Data Images Pacific Data Images was a computer animation production company that was bought by DreamWorks SKG. It is now known as PDI/DreamWorks and is half of DreamWorks Animation SKG, the public company formed by merging PDI and the feature animation division of DreamWorks SKG.
Pacific Dawn Pacific Dawn Distillers is a drinks manufacturing company based in Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. They produce the vodka 42 BELOW and the gin South Gin, as well as 420 mineral water and the House Quality Vodka brand Stil Vodka.
Pacific Drums and Percussion Pacific Drums and Percussion is a subsidiary company under Drum Workshop established in the year 2000 to provide high quality drum equipment to those unable to afford the higher prestige and quality Drum Workshop equipment. Apart from crafting high quality drums at reasonable prices, Pacific Drums and Percussion also manufactures drum hardware and accessories.
Pacific electric ray The Pacific electric ray (Torpedo californica) is a species of electric ray native to the eastern Pacific Ocean. The range of the species is from British Columbia, Canada to Baja California, Mexico, and possibly also other areas of the Pacific.
Pacific Economic Cooperation Council Founded in 1980, the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC) is a network of member committees composed of individuals and institutions dedicated to promoting cooperation across the Asia Pacific region. PECC has 22 full member committees Australia; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Chile; China; Colombia; Ecuador; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Japan; Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; New Zealand; Peru; the Philippines; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; the United States; Vietnam and the Pacific Island Forum, two associate members: France (Pacific Territories) and Mongolia, and 2 institutional members: Pacific Trade and Development Conference (PAFTAD) and the Pacific Basin Economic Council (PBEC).
Pacific Electric Building The Pacific Electric Building (also known as the Huntington Building, after the developer, Henry Huntington) opened in 1905 as the terminal for the Pacific Electric Red Car Lines running east and south of downtown Los Angeles. It was designed by architect Thornton Fitzhugh.
Pacific Electric Railway The Pacific Electric Railway , also known as the Red Car system, was a mass transit system in Southern California using streetcars, light rail and buses. At its greatest extent, around 1925, the system connected cities in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, and to Riverside County and San Bernardino County in the Inland Empire.
Pacific Fair Bus Station, Queensland The Pacific Fair Bus Station, at Broadbeach, is serviced by TransLink bus routes. It is part of the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre and is close to Conrad Jupiters and the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Pacific Film Archive The Pacific Film Archive (PFA) is the world renowned theater and film archives of the Berkeley Art Museum and University of California, Berkeley. The theater regularly screens all kinds of films, both classic and experimental and often hosts visiting artists and filmmakers.
Pacific Flyway The Pacific Flyway is a major north-south route of travel for migratory birds in the Americas, extending from Alaska to Patagonia. Every year, migratory birds travel some or all of this distance both in spring and in fall, following food sources, heading to breeding grounds, or travelling to overwintering sites.
Pacific Front Recordings Pacific Front Recordings is a Victoria, British Columbia, Canada-based independent record label run by Justin Humber and Davin Greenwell, who also record on the label under the monikers Formulate and AFK, respectively.
Pacific Fruit Express Pacific Fruit Express was a railroad refrigerator car leasing company that at one point was the largest refrigerator car operator in the world. The company was founded on December 7, 1906 as a joint venture between the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific railroads.
Pacific Fur Company The Pacific Fur Company was founded June 23, 1810, in New York City. Half of the stock of the company was held by the American Fur Company, owned exclusively by John Jacob Astor, and Astor provided all of the capital for the enterprise.
Pacific Garden Mission Pacific Garden Mission is a homeless shelter in the South Loop section of Chicago, Illinois founded in 1877 by Colonel George Clarke and his wife Sarah. It operates from a Christian Fundamentalist perspective and has been nicknamed "The Old Lighthouse".
Pacific General Pacific General is a computer wargame depicting famous battles of the World War II Pacific campaigns. It was published by Strategic Simulations in 1997 using the same game engine of the earlier and successful Panzer General for Windows 95.
Pacific Global Bank Pacific Global Bank (é«ĺŻ¶éŠ€čˇŚ) is a overseas Chinese bank in the United States. Headquartered in Chicago, with a branch office in Chinatown, Chicago, this privately-held community bank was first established on November 9, 1995.
Pacific Grove High School A clearly better school then Carmel High School, it is a rival and currently p0wns them at the shoe game which is a yearly football game that is legendary and whoever wins gets possetion of the shoe for the year. The current principal, Stan Dodd, is doing a good job keeping things running.
Pacific Grove Municipal Golf Links Pacific Grove Municipal Golf Links is a public 18-hole golf course owned by the city of Pacific Grove, California. The back nine overlook Point Pinos, where the Pacific Ocean and Monterey Bay meet on the northern tip of the Monterey Peninsula.
Pacific Grove, California Pacific Grove is a coastal town in Monterey County, California, with a total population of 15,522 as of the 2000 census. Pacific Grove is known for its Victorian homes, Asilomar State Beach, its artistic legacy and the annual migration of the Monarch butterflies.
Pacific Gull The Pacific Gull (Larus pacificus) is a very large gull, native to the coasts of Australia. It is moderately common between Carnarvon in the west, and Sydney in the east, although it has become scarce in some parts of the south-east, as a result of competition from the Kelp Gull, which has "self-introduced" since the 1940s.
Pacific halibut The Pacific halibut, Hippoglossus stenolepis, is a large flatfish found in the northern Pacific Ocean closely related to the Atlantic Halibut. Its range is from the Bering Sea, the Aleutian Islands and HokkaidĹŤ, Japan to Baja California, Mexico.
Pacific herring The Pacific herring, Clupea pallasii, is a species of the herring family associated with the Pacific Ocean environment of North America and northeast Asia. This species is a silvery fish with unspined fins and a deeply forked caudal fin.
Pacific hurricane A Pacific hurricane is a tropical cyclone that develops in the northeastern part of the Pacific Ocean. For organizational purposes, the Pacific Ocean is divided into three regions: the eastern, (North America to 140Â°W), central (140Â°W to the dateline), and western (west of the dateline).
Pacific Harbor Line The Pacific Harbor Line (PHL) was formed in 1998 to take over the Harbor Belt Line (HBL). In 1998 the Alameda Corridor was nearing completion, allowing a massive amount of railroad traffic from the largest harbor in the Western hemisphere; the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach.
Pacific Heights Stakes The Pacific Heights Stakes is run each year at Golden Gate Fields in the San Francisco Bay Area. Named for a hilly section of the city of San Francisco, it's a race restricted to California breds, fillies and mares, 3 years old and up, and run at a distance of 8 furlongs on the turf.
Pacific Institute The Pacific Institute (full legal name: the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security) is a non-profit research institute created in 1987 to provide independent research and policy analysis on issues at the intersection of development, environment, and security. It is located in Oakland, California (USA).
Pacific International Junior Hockey League The Pacific International Junior Hockey League is a Junior "B" ice hockey league in British Columbia, Canada, sanctioned by Hockey Canada. The winner of the PIJHL playoffs competes with the champions of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League and the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League for the Cyclone Taylor Cup, the British Columbia Provincial Title.
Pacific International University Pacific International University is an unaccredited, conservative, Christian university and seminary located in Springfield, Missouri. 1989 alumnus of Pacific International University Carl Baugh is currently the university president.
Pacific Internet Pacific Internet or PacNet is headquartered in Singapore and is the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider in the Asia Pacific region with direct presence in Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Australia, India, Thailand and Malaysia.
Pacific Intertie The Pacific Intertie is an electric power transmission line which transmits electricity from the Pacific Northwest to the Los Angeles area using high voltage direct current. The line capacity is 3,100 megawatts, which is enough to serve two to three million Los Angeles households and is 48.
Pacific Investment Management The Pacific Investment Management Company, LLC (PIMCO) is an investment company and runs the Total Return fund, the world's largest bond fund. Founded in 1971 in Newport Beach, California with $12 million in assets under management, it is now owned by Allianz, a global insurance company based in Munich, Germany.
Pacific Island Labourers Act 1901 The Pacific Island Labourers Act 1901 was an Act of the Parliament of Australia which was designed to facilitate the mass deportation of nearly all the Pacific Islanders working in Australia. Along with the Immigration Restriction Act 1901, enacted six days later, it formed an important part of the White Australia policy.
Pacific Islands The Pacific Ocean has an estimated 20,000 to 30,000 islands; the exact number has not been precisely determined. These islands are also sometimes collectively called Oceania (although Oceania usually also includes Australia and New Zealand), and are traditionally grouped into three: (1) Melanesia, (2) Micronesia, and (3) Polynesia.
Pacific Islands Bible College Pacific Islands Bible College is a is a four-year college accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS). While the main campus is in the village of Mangilao, Guam there is a second campus on the island of Tol in Chuuk.
Pacific Islands Forum The Pacific Islands Forum is an inter-governmental consultative organization which aims to enhance cooperation between the independent countries of the Pacific Ocean and represent their interests. It was founded in 1971 as the South Pacific Forum; the name was changed in 2000 to better reflect the correct geographic locations of its member states both in the north and south Pacific.
Pacific Islands Political Studies Association The Pacific Islands Political Studies Association (PIPSA) was established in Hawaii in 1987 at a meeting of Pacific Islands scholars who recognised the need to stimulate and coordinate research and other academic activities to develop our knowledge and understanding of the region. In its early years PIPSA was associated with Brigham Young University in Hawaii, then the University of Guam, Monash University and the University of Canterbury, Christchurch NZ.
Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance The Pacific Islands Rugby Alliance (PIRA) was set up in 2002 as a basis of co-operation between the Fiji, Samoa and Tonga Rugby Unions. Niue and the Cook Islands are also members of the Alliance, and while not members of the Pacific Tri-Nations competition, they can and do supply members to the Pacific Islanders team.
Pacific Journal of Mathematics The Pacific Journal of Mathematics (ISSN 0030-8730) is a mathematics research journal supported by a number of American, Asian and Australian universities and research institutes, and currently published on their behalf by Mathematical Sciences Publishers, a non-profit academic publishing organisation.
Pacific Journalism Review Pacific Journalism Review, founded at the University of Papua New Guinea in 1994, is a peer-reviewed journal covering media issues and communication in the South Pacific, Asia-Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. Since 2002, it has been published by Auckland University of Technology's School of Communication Studies.
Pacific lamprey The Pacific lamprey, Lampetra tridentata, also known as three tooth lamprey and tridentate lamprey, lives along the Pacific Coast of North America and Asia. They are dark blue or brown in color and grow to about 30 inches (76 cm).
Pacific lodge The Pacific lodge style of architecture is based loosely on vague notions of cedar lodges and log cabin dwellings of early inhabitants of the Pacific Northwest. This style can be seen in historic hotels on Indian reservations, such as the Quinalt Lodge, and in the houses of some wealthier Seattleites of the timber baron era.
Pacific La Amistad Conservation Area Pacific La Amistad Conservation Area is an administrative area which is managed by SINAC for the purposes of conservation in the southern part of Costa Rica, on the Pacific side of the Continental Divide. It contains several National Parks, and a number Wildlife refuges and other types of nature reserve.
Pacific League The or is one of Japan's two major professional baseball leagues, the other being the Central League. It was founded as the Taiheiyo Baseball Union in 1949 with seven teams, the name changing to its current form in 1980.
Pacific Life Pacific Life Insurance Company provides life insurance products, annuities, and mutual funds, and offers to individuals, businesses, and pension plans a variety of investment products and services. A Fortune 500 company, Pacific Life counts more than half of the 100 largest U.
Pacific LightNet Pacific LightNet is a locally-owned, facilities-based CLEC, providing both voice and data services to its customers in Hawaii. At the core of its products and services is a 10,000 fiber mile submarine and terrestrial fiber optic network connecting the stateâ€™s six major islands, the first and only of its kind.
Pacific Linguistics Pacific Linguistics is a non-profit publisher located at the Australian National University, Canberra, printing linguistic materials (such as grammars and dictionaries) on the languages of Oceania and Southeast Asia. It was established in 1963, with Stephen Wurm as the founding editor.
Pacific Lumber Company The Pacific Lumber Company or PALCO, owned by Maxxam Inc, is a logging company from northwestern California. While their main function is still logging, they have expanded operations to include custom milling and treating.
Pacific Madrone The Pacific Madrone (Arbutus menziesii), is a species of arbutus found on the west coast of North America, from British Columbia (chiefly Vancouver Island) to California, mainly in the Pacific Coast Ranges but also scattered on the west slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It becomes rare south of Santa Barbara County, with isolated stands south to Palomar Mountain, San Diego County and northern Baja California, Mexico.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company The Pacific Mail Steamship Company was founded April 18, 1848 as a joint stock company under the laws of the State of New York by a group of New York City merchants, William H. Aspinwall, Edwin Bartlett, Henry Chauncey, Mr.