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  1. Irvine (/ ˈ ɜːr v aɪ n /) is a master-planned city in South Orange County, California, United States, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.The Irvine Company started developing the area in the 1960s and the city was formally incorporated on December 28, 1971.

  2. Nettie died in 1874, and Irvine married Margaret Byrne in 1880. He died March 15, 1886, and is buried in Colma, California. James Irvine II. James Harvey Irvine, Sr. (1867–1947), son of James Irvine I and Henrietta Maria (Nettie) Rice, was born October 16, 1867, in San Francisco. He was the grandson of Harvey Rice. James II's mother died when ...

  3. The UC Irvine Anteaters (referred to Anteaters) are the athletic teams fielded by the University of California, Irvine (UC Irvine). Its athletics programs participate in the NCAA's Division I, as members of the Big West Conference and the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. For earlier years of the school's existence, the teams participated at ...

  4. Aliso Viejo was the first planned community in California to plan a balance between the projected resident work force and the number of projected jobs within its borders. Pacific Park, the centrally located 900-acre (360 ha) business park and town center, was expected to ultimately provide more than 22,000 jobs.

  5. Long Beach is a city in Los Angeles County, California.It is the 42nd-most populous city in the United States, with a population of 466,742 as of 2020. A charter city, Long Beach is the seventh-most populous city in California.

  6. University of California, San Diego: UCSD San Diego: 1959 35.816 Tritons (California Collegiate Athletic Association) University of California, Irvine: UCI Irvine: 1965 33.467 Anteaters (Big West Conference) University of California, Santa Cruz: UCSC Santa Cruz: 1965 18.783 Banana Slugs University of California, Merced: UCM Merced: 2005 7.336

  7. Concordia University Irvine is a private Lutheran university in Irvine, California, United States. It was established in 1976 to provide a Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod college to serve the Pacific Southwest [4] and provide training for pastors, religious education teachers, and Christian school administrators. [5]

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