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121. Mesa Thrift: The place to go for bargain-shopping in Mesa; great deals on clothing in particular, but they carry a large variety...  
122. Secret Garden, The: A small oasis of park completely surrounded by the Dixie Gammage and West Hall on the West end of the Tempe campus....  
123. Phoenician: No, it has nothing to do with the ancient civilization of Phoenicia, but is rather a nickname for a resident of Pho...  
124. urban village: The urban village is the highest-level geographical territory within Phoenix. Phoenix's urban villages are then bro...  
125. Tucson: The English name Tucson derives from the Spanish name of the city, Tucsón [tukˈson], meaning "(at the) base of the ...  
126. Old Pueblo, The: Tucson is sometimes referred to as "The Old Pueblo".  
127. Sunshine Factory, The: A nickname for Tucson, AZ  
128. Dillinger Days Festival: An annual event, the "Dillinger Days" festival highlights a reenactment of the arrest of Harry Pierpont, Charles Ma...  
129. Titan Missile Museum: The Titan II Missiles were the largest, most powerful intercontinental ballistic missiles developed by the United S...  
130. Jacome's: Jacome's, a family-run department store in downtown Tucson survived for eighty years before succumbing to competiti...  
131. 520, The: Slang for Tucson based on its 520 area code.  
132. Wash: The river bed of the Santa Cruz River, that for much of the year, remains dry, but floods during significant season...  
133. I-19: I-19 is the only Interstate highway that uses "kilometer posts" instead of "mileposts", although the speed limits a...  
134. El Presidio: Tucson's oldest neighborhood.  
135. Barrio Histórico: Is also known as Barrio Libre.  
 
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"Who dat?" is the shorthand version of a cheer for the New Orleans Saints football team (2009 NFC Champs!). The entire cheer is: "Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?" This phrase has been popularized by the New Orleans Saints, especially this year now that our dominant Saints team is hitting it big on the national stage.

Big XII rivals will often assert that the 'N' on the University of Nebraska football helmet stands for "nowledge."

A favorite food of kids in the Milwaukee Public School System (MPS) and a Milwaukee classic! Pork shaped into a form kind of resembling a chicken drumstick, but really flat, coated, and fried.

Hamburger meat/ground beef

A phrase referring to Peoria’s reputation as a famous test market because of its representation of the diversity of the country as a whole. During its vaudeville days up to the present, if a show, law, or product was popular in Peoria, it would work anywhere.