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Phone Numbers with the (352) 312- Prefix

Area code:352 area code
Usage:Landline Numbers
Carrier:Deltacom, Inc. - FL
Current time:8:54am
All Cities Served:Ocala, FL
All Counties Served:Marion County
All Zip Codes Served:34480, 34420, 34472
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Business and Government (352) 312-XXXX Numbers

Telephone Number Name Address City
352-312-0204 Salt Springs Florist Directory Salt Springs, FL 32134
352-312-0205 Silver Springs Florist Directory Silver Springs, FL 34488
352-312-0206 Sorrento Florist Directory Sorrento, FL 32776
352-312-0207 Summerfield Florist Directory Summerfield, FL 34491
352-312-0208 The Villages Florist Directory The Villages, FL 32159
352-312-0209 Wildwood Florist Directory Wildwood, FL 34785

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Ocala, FL

Ocala is a city in Marion County, Florida. As of 2007, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau was 53,491. It is the county seat of Marion County, and the principal city of the Ocala, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had an estimated 2007 population of 324,857.

Ocala is located near the site of Ocale or Ocali, a major Timucua village and chiefdom during the 16th century. The modern city takes its name from the historical village, the name of which is believed to mean "Big Hammock" in the Timucua language. Hernando de Soto passed through Ocale during his famous expedition through what is today the southeastern United States in 1539. Ocale is not mentioned in any later accounts; it appears to have been abandoned in the wake of de Soto's attack.

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