Tampa Bay

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Tam′pa Bay′


n.
an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, in W Florida.
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Noun1.Tampa Bay - an arm of the Gulf of Mexico in west central Florida
Everglade State, FL, Florida, Sunshine State - a state in southeastern United States between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
Golfo de Mexico, Gulf of Mexico - an arm of the Atlantic to the south of the United States and to the east of Mexico
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Canals like those off the Manatee River in Warner's Bayou, the deep canals in Tierra Verde just off the Pass-A-Grille Channel, the canals of Culbreath Isles on the east side of Old Tampa Bay in Tampa, and some of the canals at Island Estates on Clearwater Beach and Belleair offer good depth, plenty of structure in the form of seawalls and pilings, and will hold good numbers of trout, snook, redfish, and sheepshead.
In Clearwater, the owner of 62-year-old Bayside Gardens trailer park on Old Tampa Bay served notice last month that all tenants must be out by Aug.
30 year old Tampa Bay FL based hard metal machining company provides close tolerance / precision component parts for aircraft, defense and aerospace industries.
From Tampa it's a 40-minute drive across the Old Tampa Bay.
Overlooking Old Tampa Bay, the 16-story hotel features 255 guestrooms and suites, its own boardwalk and private beach area as well as a waterfront restaurant and lounge.
THE Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners wanted the best of both worlds: a new bridge across Old Tampa Bay that would take the pain out of the cross-Bay commute, and the preservation of fragile natural habitats within the project corridor.
The 14-story hotel is located within a 35 acre nature preserve on the shores of Old Tampa Bay, minutes from Tampa International Airport and the downtown business district.