Casa Grande

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Ca•sa Gran•de

(ˈkɑ sɑ ˈgrɑn deɪ, -di, -sə-)
n.
a national monument in S Arizona, near the Gila River: ruins of a prehistoric culture.
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The movie was filmed in the deserts of Casa Grande, Arizona, California, and Mexico, and was later banned in Iraq.
10, officers at the DeConcini pedestrian lanes referred a 32-year-old woman from Casa Grande, Arizona, for further inspection and discovered almost half-a-pound of meth in her underwear.
TITLE: Dallas Ingemunson, Assignor and Jennifer Beckman, Asignee, Application for Assignment of Permit for New (AM) Broadcast Station at Casa Grande, Arizona.
The first ever Faldo Series Academy in Casa Grande, Arizona is also home to the Faldo Series USA and marks the next significant step in the programme's history.
An (American) example I found just now is a calibration target for the Corona spy satellites, built back in the 1960s, down in Casa Grande, Arizona," Hill said.
Susanne, from Casa Grande, Arizona, US, spends eight hours filling six trolleys with food during her monthly supermarket shop.
Training camp officially began on Monday, September 13th in Orlando, Florida and Casa Grande, Arizona and players were added until this morning.
Soderman of Casa Grande, Arizona and his life-long neighborhood friends, the Joyce family.
US wireless network operator Verizon Wireless (Verizon), a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE and LSE:VOD), has expanded its EV-DO network, enabling subscribers in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Payson and Casa Grande, Arizona, to access high-speed business and entertainment services.
In September, the Harvest Medical Clinic in Casa Grande, Arizona, settled a lawsuit brought by the EEOC on behalf of several Spanish-speaking clinic employees.
ROHN has manufacturing locations in Peoria, Illinois; Frankfort, Indiana; Bessemer, Alabama; and Casa Grande, Arizona.
Shapiro, "New Light on Old Adobe: A Space Syntax Analysis of the Casa Grande, Arizona," The Kiva 64, no.