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largest city in Nevada

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A Las Vegas short sale is a sale of real estate in which the proceeds from selling the property will fall short of the balance of debts secured by liens against the property.
When Eric Idle, a founding member of the Monty Python ensemble, swung through town recently to promote his "Spamalot," he declared: "I love Las Vegas.
When complete, Town Square Las Vegas will include retail shops, restaurants, entertainment, a multiplex cinema, office space and a hotel.
There was, per Time in late 1953, "no sense of doom in Las Vegas even when mushroom clouds [were] rising beyond the horizon.
We are pleased the Renaissance Las Vegas chose Covad for its business needs," said Pat Bennett, Covad executive vice president market development.
In Las Vegas, there are 237 Las Vegas homes in 89178 that are currently active listings.
Anyone who has ever crawled up the Strip in a taxicab will rejoice in the impending opening of the $627 million Las Vegas Monorail, scheduled for later this month.
For reasons too numerous to go into, Las Vegas has figured prominently in my own personal cosmology.
Eugene Garcia, of the Las Vegas Police department and county and city emergency manager.
In just the past couple of years in Las Vegas, developers have directly targeted them, building smaller hotels amid golf-course greenery well off the Strip.
Wynn Las Vegas signed a 10-year lease for the entire 133,000-sq.
The best thing that happened to Las Vegas is the proliferation of the other gaming resorts (around the country),'' says Chris Wink, one of the original founding members of Blue Man.
LAS VEGAS -- Bubbly personalities, dazzling smiles and fabulous costumes have propelled the nearly 20 ambassadors of the Las Vegas Monorail into the ranks of the hottest attractions on the world-renowned Las Vegas Strip.
Even Wynn, who counts Walt Disney among his heroes, couldn't have imagined how his bold $630 million venture would change the face, fortunes and future of Las Vegas.
825 Million, Mixed-Use Development on the Strip Also Includes Luxurious Conrad[R] Las Vegas Hotel and Condominiums