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Marana, Arizona

of residents live. History Nearly the entire route of I-19 follows, or is adjacent to, the former routing of U.S. Route 89 (U.S. Route 89 (Arizona)) and the Santa Cruz River (Santa Cruz River (Arizona)), which flows northward from Mexico, through Tucson and usually disperses into the desert between Marana (Marana, Arizona) and the Gila River, southeast of Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona). Most of the time, much of the river is dry, but heavy storms can cause it to overflow its banks, flooding farmland before reaching the Gila River. The vast majority of the county population lies in and around the city of Tucson (Tucson, Arizona) (2005 city population: 529,770), filling much of the eastern part of the county with urban development. Tucson, Arizona's second largest city, is a major commercial and academic center. Other urban areas include the Tucson suburbs of Oro Valley (Oro Valley, Arizona) (population 39,400), Marana (Marana, Arizona) (population 26,725), Sahuarita (Sahuarita, Arizona) (population 25,259), and South Tucson (South Tucson, Arizona) (population 5,630), a large ring of unincorporated urban development, and the growing satellite town Green Valley (Green Valley, Arizona). The rest of the county is sparsely populated; the largest towns are Sells (Sells, Arizona), the capital of the Tohono O'odham Nation, and Ajo (Ajo, Arizona) in the far western region of the county. *Winkelman (Winkelman, Arizona) (part of Winkelman is in Gila County (Gila County, Arizona)) *Marana (Marana, Arizona) (most of Marana is in Pima County (Pima County, Arizona)) History Though Casas Adobes is an unincorporated community, it is older than both the towns of Oro Valley (Oro Valley, Arizona) and Marana (Marana, Arizona). http: casas-adobes-northern-pima-county-communities.html Casas Adobes is notable for having the upscale shopping center, Casas Adobes Plaza, its only shopping mall, Foothills Mall (Foothills Mall (Arizona)), a major hospital, Northwest Medical Center, and the only botanical park, Tohono Chul Park. Casas Adobes primarily consists of homes situated on large lots (often in excess of . Flooding from the storm inundated the towns of Marana (Marana, Arizona) and Sells (Sells, Arizona), both in Pima County (Pima County, Arizona). Total damage in Pima and Pinal (Pinal County, Arizona) Counties exceeded $11 million (1962 USD). - valign top Marana (Marana, Arizona) (near Tucson (Tucson, Arizona)) AVQ

Sa Pa

area_code website footnotes '''Sa Pa''' ( ), or '''Sapa''', is a frontier town and capital of Sa Pa District in Lào Cai Province in northwest Vietnam. It is one of the main market towns in the area, where several ethnic minority groups such as Hmong (Hmong people), Dao (Yao) (Yao people), Giáy (Giáy people), Pho Lu, and Tay (Tay people) live. History Sa Pa is a frontier


live. History The birthday of Queen Victoria was a day for celebration in Canada long before Confederation (Canadian Confederation), with the first legislation regarding the event being in 1845 passed by the parliament of the Province of Canada (Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada) to officially recognize May 24 as the Queen's birthday.


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, and is accessible by bus from the stations of Haarlem or Leiden. In the Netherlands, an exclusive Dutch edition of the album was released. This edition came with a bonus CD which includes the two songs "All At Sea" and "Everlasting Love", performed live at BNN (BNN (Dutch broadcaster))'s ''That's Live''. History Acidum camphoricum was studied and isolated for the first time by French (France) pharmacist Louis Nicolas Vauquelin Nicolas Vauquelin

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who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for ten different teams over the course of 17 NHL seasons. Dowd, who won the 1995 (1994–95 NHL season) Stanley Cup with the hometown New Jersey Devils, was the second New Jersey high school hockey player to make it to the NHL. He is also a frequent guest on NHL Live. History Capri pants were introduced by European fashion designer Sonja de Lennart in 1948. http

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