El Dorado


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Synonyms for El Dorado

an imaginary place of great wealth and opportunity

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Don Quixote and Candide Seek Truth, Justice and El Dorado in the Digital Age" by Stefan Soto is rollicking fun-filled tale that will entertain the well-educated and erudite readers with tongue-in-cheek humor as they join Don and Candide on their quest to find truth, justice and El Dorado in the digital age.
In doing so, El Dorado Springs will join the growing movement by small cities, communities, businesses and homeowners
The El Dorado Works Board, which was formerly known as the El Dorado Economic Development Board, approved $9.
Based on our analysis of student performance data in El Dorado since 2007, we learned that this promise program did improve student achievement throughout the system as early as elementary and middle school (Ash, 2015).
The late Dick Bethell was UC Cooperative Extension pomology advisor in El Dorado, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz and Sonoma counties but he lived in Placerville.
He worked at Prescolite in El Dorado, AR, and then for The Strong Company located in Pine Bluff, AR.
The numbers seem to make sense, but El Dorado Forward marketing director Cindy Langston says there's no way to directly tie the El Dorado Promise--as Murphy calls its program--to the district's enrolment figures.
To solve the problem, it plans to sell a concession to operate the country's largest airport, Bogota's El Dorado International Airport.
Taken at face value, northern California's El Dorado County has a lot going for it--the dramatic Sierra Nevada foothills scenery, lots of room for spacious new homes, and its short distance from Sacramento.
In July, El Dorado opened a Boulevard store in Pembroke Pines, Fla.
And with his team of 46 amateur explorers, the 76-year-old Savoy stumbled on a hidden city that might just be the remains of the mythical El Dorado, where gold was said to be as plentiful as dirt.
Instead, John's collaborator on Aida (the current Broadway show) and the new animated movie The Road to El Dorado is Tim Rice, who also collaborated with John for Disney's megasuccessful Lion King franchise.
To protect their lives -- and the future of El Dorado -- the two con men keep their real identity secret, with the help of a beautiful native girl.
To support this, I have taken a picture of the White memorial in El Dorado.