Tucson

[n] - a city in southeastern Arizona ringed by mountain ranges
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Tucson

noun 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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Tucson

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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Tucson

[Amtrak station] The depot was built in 1907 by the Southern Pacific Railroad. It was designed by the SP`s architect, Daniel J. Patterson who designed a number of depots during the same era, including the San Antonio Station. In 1998, the City purchased the entire depot property. Restoration of the main depot building and the three adjacent
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Tucson

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

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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Tucson

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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