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  1. Arizona - Wikipedia

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    The rivalry between Arizona State Sun Devils and the Arizona Wildcats predates Arizona's statehood, and is the oldest rivalry in the NCAA. The Territorial Cup , first awarded in 1889 and certified as the oldest trophy in college football, [116] is awarded to the winner of the annual football game between the two schools.

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  2. Phoenix, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Phoenix (/ ˈ f iː n ɪ k s / FEE-niks; Navajo: Hoozdo; Spanish: Fénix or Fínix) is the capital and most populous city in Arizona, with 1,680,992 people (as of 2019).It is also the fifth-most populous city in the United States, the largest state capital by population, and the only state capital with a population of more than one million residents.

    • 1,086 ft (331 m)
    • Maricopa
    • 85001–85099
    • Arizona
  3. Arizona is the sixth largest state in area, after New Mexico and before Nevada.Of the state's 113,998 square miles (295,000 km 2), about 15% is privately owned.The remaining area is public forest and park land, state trust land and Native American reservations.

    • February 14, 1912 (48th)
    • United States
  4. COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona - Wikipedia

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    The COVID-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached the U.S. state of Arizona in January 2020. On January 20, 2021, Arizona public health authorities reported 4,845 new cases of COVID-19 and 262 new deaths, bringing the state's cumulative totals since the start of the pandemic to 690,544 cases and 11,528 deaths.

    Date
    # of cases
    # of deaths
    2020-03-21
    104(+65%)
    1
    2020-03-22
    152(+46%)
    2(+100%)
    2020-03-23
    235(+55%)
    2
    2020-03-24
    326(+39%)
    5(+150%)
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  6. Arizona – Wikipédia

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    Az Arizona Blue Book bejegyzései szerint 1910-ben a lakosság száma 294 353 fő volt. 1970-ben viszont már 1 752 122 lakost számláltak. A huszadik század korai évtizedeiben a lakosság 20%-kal növekedett, míg a század második felében a növekedés elérte a 60%-os arányt.

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    • Doug Ducey (R)
  7. Arizona (song) - Wikipedia

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    "Arizona" is a song written by Kenny Young and recorded in 1969 by Mark Lindsay, a solo effort while still lead singer for Paul Revere and the Raiders. Lindsay was backed by L.A. session musicians from the Wrecking Crew . [1]

    • "Man from Houston"
    • November 1969
    • 3:06
    • Pop
  8. Sedona, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Sedona hosts several notable arts organizations in Northern Arizona: Chamber Music Sedona sponsors a chamber-music program annually from October to May. The 2012–2013 season marked the 30th anniversary for the organization. The Sedona Arts Center, founded in 1958, is the oldest arts center in northern Arizona.

  9. Tucson, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    The Arizona Daily Wildcat is the University of Arizona's student newspaper, and the Aztec News is the Pima Community College student newspaper. Catholic Outlook is the newspaper for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson, and the Arizona Jewish Post is the newspaper of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona. Television

    • 2,389 ft (728 m)
    • Pima
  10. Bullhead City, Arizona - Wikipedia

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    Bullhead City is a city located on the Colorado River in Mohave County, Arizona, United States, roughly 90 mi (140 km) south of Las Vegas, Nevada, and directly across the Colorado River from Laughlin, Nevada, whose casinos and ancillary services supply much of the employment for Bullhead City.

    • 540 ft (165 m)
    • Mohave
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