A-Z Suburbs in the United States

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Can you name the A-Z Suburbs in the United States?

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A: This suburb is where the National Cemetery is located
B: This suburb was built for workers building the Hoover Dam
C: The nation's oldest institution of higher learning is located in this suburb
D: This southern Florida coastal suburb means 'of the king' in Spanish
E: Northwestern University is in this suburb
F: This suburb is the home of the New England Patriots
G: This suburb is where American Idol winner Jordin Sparks was raised
H: Taylor Swift and Johnny Cash are among many other current and former musician residents in this suburb
I: The newly demolished Texas Stadium was located in this large suburb
J: This small suburb is located to the north of the Gateway Arch City
K: This Texas suburb is home to actress Renee Zellweger
L: This large suburb has lots of coastline
M: This beach suburb has hundreds of celebrity homes
N: This Atlantic 'suburb' can hardly be called a suburb when it has a major international airport
O: This Great Lake suburb was once home to Ernest Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright
P: This technologically advanced suburb is the headquarters of both Facebook and Hewlett-Packard
Q: Dunkin Donuts was started in this suburb
R: This Californian suburb is named after its famous trees
S: There is a carving of confederate leaders in this suburb
T: This suburb is the setting for Washington Irving's story 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'
U: This Bay Area suburb is close to both San Francisco and San Jose
V: Famous residents of this Californian suburb include Javhid Best and Jeff Gordon
W: Notable former residents of this northeastern suburb include J.C. Penny and Tupac Chakur
Y: This 'suburb' was the setting for the play 'Hello, Dolly!'

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