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  2. City of Industry, California - Wikipedia

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    The City of Industry is a city in the San Gabriel Valley, in eastern Los Angeles County, California, United States.As suggested by its name, the city is almost entirely industrial—while it contains over 3,000 businesses employing 67,000 people, the 2010 census recorded its resident population at 219, making it the second smallest city in California by population.

  3. Pasadena, California - Wikipedia

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    The Pasadena Unified School District encompasses 76 square miles (200 km 2) and includes Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre. There are 17 K-5 elementary schools, one K-8 school, five middle schools, two 6-12 (secondary) schools, and two high schools. There are also a number of private and parochial schools in the city.

  4. Gardena, California - Wikipedia

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    The Los Angeles Unified School District operates public schools. Zoned middle schools include: Peary Middle School. Some areas in Gardena have a choice between Peary and Henry Clay Middle School. (Los Angeles) Peary Middle school has two campuses that are connected by a bridge.

  5. Maywood, California - Wikipedia

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    Maywood is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. The city has also joined South Gate, Huntington Park, Cudahy, Vernon, and Bell in the Southeast Cities School Coalition to improve the education of the children of the Southeast. Several council members from each city are part of this group.

  6. Burbank, California - Wikipedia

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    Burbank is within the Burbank Unified School District. The district was formed on June 3, 1879, following a petition filed by residents S.W. White and nine other citizens. [14] First named the Providencia School District, Burbank's district started with one schoolhouse built for $400 on a site donated by Dr. Burbank, the area's single largest ...

  7. History of Thailand - Wikipedia

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    The Bamar people, who had taken control of Lan Na and had also unified their kingdom under the powerful Konbaung Dynasty, launched several blows against Ayutthaya in the 1750s and 1760s. Finally, in 1767 , after several months of siege, the Burmese broke through Ayutthaya's outer and inner walls, sacked the city, and burned it down.