Origin of alameda
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A materials company in Alameda, California, has spent the last decade working to boost the energy stored in lithium-ion batteries, an advance that could enable smaller gadgets and electric vehicles with far greater range.Lithium-ion batteries just made a big leap in a tiny product|James Temple|September 8, 2021|MIT Technology Review
They buy three surplus shore patrol vans in Alameda and move them to a warehouse in San Jose.
They buy an X-ray machine from a Navy surplus disposal station in Alameda in case the ransom money is bugged.
Along the bank of the Rimac there is a new promenade planted with four rows of trees, called the alameda nueva.
On their approach becoming known, a great number of persons proceeded from Callao to the Alameda to meet them.
They were standing in toward Diamond Head and the Alameda lay hove to taking on the pilot.Captain Scraggs|Peter B. Kyne
For those portions of Alameda and Contra Costa counties visited a population of at least 2,400 is therefore indicated.
Alameda Island is described as having "a very thick grove of oaks and live oaks on the banks of the estuary."