- a city in southeastern Arizona ringed by mountain ranges
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a city in southeastern Arizona ringed by mountain ranges; long known as a winter and health resort but the population shift from industrial states to the Sunbelt resulted in rapid growth late in the 20th century
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city, seat (1864) of Pima county, southeastern Arizona, U.S. Tucson lies along the Santa Cruz River on a hilly plain of the Sonoran Desert that is ... [2 related articles]
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The USS Tucson was an American San Diego Class light cruiser of 6000 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Tucson had a top speed of 35 knots and carried a complement of 597. She was armed with twelve 5 inch dual-purpose guns; twenty-eight 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; twelve 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and eight 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in tw
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Tucson (tOO'son") , city (1990 pop. 405,390), seat of Pima co., SE Ariz.; inc. 1877. Situated in a desert plain surrounded by mountains, Tucson is an important and rapidly growing transportation and tourist center; its dry, sunny, and hot climate attracts vacationers and health seekers. An i...
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City in Pima County in southeast Arizona, USA, on the Santa Cruz and Rillito rivers, 105 km/66 mi north of the Mexican border; population (2000 est) 486,700. It stands 760 m/2,500 ft above sea level in the Sonora Desert; the Santa Catalina Mountains rise to about 2,750 m/9,000 ft to the northeast. The area's winter sports an...
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The Tucson depot is served by Amtrak three times a week by the Sunset Limited and Texas Eagle trains. ==Schedule== Sunset Limited train #2 and Texas Eagle through car #422 — stop at Tucson from 8:28AM to 9:15AM every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday morning towards New Orleans (#2) and Chicago (through car #422). Sunset Lim
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