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OCALAOhio Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse
OCALAOverlay Convergence Architecture for Legacy Applications (computing)
OCALAOrange County Association of Legal Administrators (California)
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Describing Allen as a hardworking employee, his boss told the Ocala Star Banner that the accused had worked at the restaurant on and off for two years.
Current tenants in the 118,848 square foot Publix anchored shopping center include Hair Cuttery, Quest Diagnostic and Huntington Learning Center along with a neighboring Ocala Ale House and Longhorn Steakhouse.
Verizon said that it is introducing its 4G LTE network in a total of 27 new markets on Thursday 19 April 2012, including Ocala, and expanding the service in 44 areas across the US.
McNiff will continue to direct daily news coverage of Ocala.
A statement from the United States Equestrian Federation and the Florida Horse Park said: "We regret to report that Eleanor Brennan died as a result of injuries sustained in a fall on cross-country at the Florida International Three-Day Event and Ocala Fall Horse Trials in Ocala, Florida.
Caption: THE FIFTH CIRCUIT PROFESSIONALISM COMMITTEE recently presented its annual Conference on Professionalism in Ocala. Pictured is Chief Justice Fred Lewis, right, and Florida Bar President Hank Coxe, left, with contest winner Zoe Fisher, a senior at Westport High School in Marion County.
US -- For the past 50 years, the US Navy has been dropping bombs into the 150,000 hectare Ocala National Forest in Florida.
A community of rolling hills and crystal-clear springs, Ocala has always prided itself on the unique appeal of its natural landscape.
This location expands the company's presence in the Florida market and joins four other Adesa auctions in the region: Adesa Sarasota, Adesa Tampa, Adesa Jacksonville and Adesa Ocala.