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  • Father Flanagan was legendary, his institution an American myth. (Tucson (Arizona) Citizen, 20 September 1979, 5A/3, cited after OED) A person or thing
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  • See also: Tucsón Wikipedia has an article on: Tucson, Arizona Wikipedia From the Spanish Tucsón [tukˈson], from the O'odham Cuk Ṣon ‎(literally
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page p. 54: 1992, Bierhorst, John, History and
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  • (retrieved 7 April 2014): Kitt Peak National Observatory, in Arizona, 56 miles southwest of Tucson, offers a rare opportunity to spend an entire night looking
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page p. 63: 1992, Bierhorst, John, History and
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page p. 19: 1992, Bierhorst, John, History and
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page pp. 12, 181: 1992, Bierhorst, John (trans
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page p. 54: 1992, Bierhorst, John, History and
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  • spectacle in daytime sky," Arizona Daily Star, 23 Aug. (retrieved 22 Sep. 2008): A fireball hurtled across the southern Tucson sky in broad daylight Saturday
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  • that everywhere you look is the hand of man in the presettlement era," says Thomas Swetnam, a fire ecologist at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page pp. 79, 83, 99: 1992, Bierhorst, John,
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page p. 49: 1992, Bierhorst, John, History and
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  • 圖森 (category zh:Arizona)
    Mandarin (Standard Chinese, Beijing)+Pinyin: Túsēn Zhuyin: ㄊㄨˊ ㄙㄣ Gwoyeu Romatzyh: Twusen IPA (key): /tʰu³⁵ sən⁵⁵/ 圖森 Tucson
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  • significant role 2008, December 22, “Steve Rivera”[Tucson Citizen], Wildcats need bench to become a factor: Arizona's bench continued to be a nonfactor in many
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  • Text in Nahuatl with a Glossary and Grammatical Notes, Tucson & London: The University of Arizona Press, page p. 84: 1992, Bierhorst, John, History and
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