Tempe


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Tem·pe

 (tĕm′pē′)
A city of south-central Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. It is the seat of Arizona State University (established 1885).

Tempe

(ˈtɛmpɪ)
n
(Placename) Vale of Tempe a wooded valley in E Greece, in Thessaly between the mountains Olympus and Ossa. Modern Greek name: Témbi

Tem•pe

(ˈtɛm pi)

n.
1. Vale of, a valley in E Greece, in Thessaly, between Mounts Olympus and Ossa.
2. a city in central Arizona, near Phoenix. 162,701.
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The vale of Tempe, Tivoli and Rome are earth and water, rocks and sky.
Major organization : TEMPE, CITY OF - PROCUREMENT OFFICE
In 2014, Phoenix Marriott Tempe at The Buttes began a hotel-wide program, Give | Local - A Community Giving Initiative, garnering the attention of guests, clients, Marriott International, and the industry as a platform for an organized, focused and impactful giving initiative, which may be duplicated at other hotels across the country.
The bank said that it would open an information technology and operations facility in Tempe this year.
For more information on the Tempe, Arizona safety camera program, visit: http://www.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc (NYSE: HOT), a US-based hotel company, has announced that Aloft Tempe is the seventh LEED-certified property for the company.
Tempe, who is part native American, solves the mystery by relying on traditional Indian methods to converse with the dead woman to learn what really happened.
A total of 124 of the 134 units will have partial to full views of Tempe Town Lake, while the remaining 10 units will have views of Camelback Mountain and Papago Peaks.
Venezuela handled all the travel arrangements when he left camp and they're handling his arrangements back here to Tempe.
NetAccess gateways from IP3 Networks, a broadband networks solutions provider, have been selected for Wi-Fi deployment in Tempe, Arizona.
Tempe took notice when Boston played host to the Democratic National Convention in 2004.
The Rio Salado Project, the most ambitious public-private partnership in Tempe history, was one of six recipients of the 2003 James C.