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Suzanne Morales, the director of nutrition services for the 30-plus schools in California’s Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District, usually has to abide by strict conditions when feeding her district’s 24,000 students.'A Crisis Point.' Schools Are Fighting to Extend a Meal Program That Keeps Millions of Kids Fed|Abby Vesoulis|April 6, 2022|TIme
His first victim there was 53-year-old James McGillivray, who was killed as he slept outside a Placentia shopping center.Serial Killer’s Twisted Logic: Allegedly Murdered Homeless Victims as Community Service|Christine Pelisek|March 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Placentia is the chief seat of French settlement in Southern Newfoundland.
That is the state word, the phrase of court (placentia college), which some call Parasites place, the Inn of Ignorance.Discoveries Made Upon Men and Matter|Ben Jonson
The colonies of Cremona and Placentia contributed, nevertheless, to hold it in check.
Scipio, defeated and wounded, fell back on the colony of Placentia.
Magister Vincentius de Placentia affirmed the conclusion to be most true and certain, agreeable both with the law of God and man.