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TZBTappan Zee Bridge
TZBTumor Zentrum Berlin eV
TZBTownship Zoning Board (various locations)
TZBTechnologiezentrum Braunau (German: Technology Center in Braunau; Braunau am Inn, Austria)
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New York State police are investigating an incident on Tuesday where a couple jumped naked off the Tappan Zee Bridge. The leap resulted in the woman's death and critical injuries for the man.
We ended up going home the next day instead, and the trip across the Tappan Zee bridge was like a funeral procession, as every car slowly idled across, heads turned toward Manhattan and the huge column of brown-gray smoke that rose from the city and smeared across the sky.
They arrive at the Tappan Zee Bridge but traffic comes to a halt.
Drivers may be more familiar with the George Washington Bridge, Rip Van Winkle Bridge, and Tappan Zee Bridge.
Highway construction registered a healthy 6 percent expansion, while bridges soared 50 percent, with some of the push coming from the start of a $147 million renovation project on the Tappan Zee Bridge in New York state.
The team also analyzed ancient pollen deposited by the flood in sediments near the Tappan Zee Bridge and the Holland Tunnel, as well as walrus fossils buried by the flood in the offshore sediment lobes.
Paddle With Pride starts near the Tappan Zee Bridge and winds its way to Pier 63 in NYC.
While New Yorkers still debate the ultimate fate of the 49-year-old Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River, state officials are relieved to know that they acted early enough to buy the time needed to properly weigh that decision.
But in a 40-mile stretch of the Hudson River, from the river's mouth to New York's Tappan Zee Bridge, a natural "washing machine" effect is speeding up the dispersion process.
To get there, he had to go through a toll barrier at the east end of the Tappan Zee bridge over the Hudson River.