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  • {{Image|Ohio flag.png|right|250px|State Flag of Ohio. Ohio is the only U.S. state with a non-rectangular flag.}} ...17th state admitted to the [[United States of America]] on March 1, 1803. Ohio is the seventh most populous state in the United States, with a population
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  • ...[[U.S. Navy]]. Four, including the lead ship, [[USS Ohio (SSGN-726)|''USS Ohio'' (SSGN-726)]], have been converted to SSGN's, or submarines that can launc ...18, were adequate to meet national nuclear war needs. Since the first four Ohio class submarines were due for major refuelings and upgrading, the opportuni
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  • * Bell, Carol Willsey. ''Ohio Guide to Genealogical Sources.'' (1988). 372 pp. * Benedict, Michael Les and Winkler, John F., eds. ''The History of Ohio Law.'' (2 vol. 2004). 946 pp.
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  • ...v/qfd/states/39/3918000.html</ref> It is home to the flagship campus of [[Ohio State University]], which over the years has ranked second or first in enro ...such as [[Westerville, Ohio|Westerville]], [[Dublin, Ohio]], and [[Bexley, Ohio|Bexley]].
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  • ...has grown; its metro area population of 2,250,871 makes it the largest in Ohio and the 23rd largest in the country. Cleveland is also the county seat of [ ...0 its population was still only about 600 people. The completion of the [[Ohio & Erie Canal]] in 1832, however, proved to be the start of a population boo
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  • ...US Army Corps of Engineers.png | right | 550px | Navigable branches of the Ohio River, from 1897, from the US Army Corps of Engineers.}} The '''Ohio River''' is the largest tributary of the [[Mississippi River]], by volume.
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  • There are currently 18 active submarines within the Ohio-class, the first four of which have been converted from [[Ballistic missile | align="center" |[[USS Ohio (SSGN-726)|Ohio]]
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  • ..., from the US Army Corps of Engineers.png | File:Navigable branches of the Ohio River, from 1897, from the US Army Corps of Engineers.png ...le:The Alleghany and the Monongahela rivers join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.jpg
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  • The second-largest city in the state of Ohio, with a population as of the 2000 Census of 478,403.
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  • '''''Terry v. Ohio''''', 392 U.S. 1 (1968), was a landmark [[United States Supreme Court]] cas ...h they began to walk down the same street as the third man.<ref>''Terry v. Ohio'', 392 U.S. 1, 5-6 (1968); Louis Stokes, ''[http://scholarship.law.stjohns.
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  • Capital city of the [[United States|U.S.]] state of [[Ohio]] and largest city in the state.
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  • ...tp://www.osu.edu/osutoday/stuinfo.php>, accessed May 6, 2009.</ref> Among Ohio State's better ranked departments are Linguistics and History, the School o ...n]], and [[Newark, Ohio|Newark]], all of which are in the northern half of Ohio, but the central Columbus campus dwarfs these. The total enrollment across
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  • {{r|Akron, Ohio}} {{r|Canton, Ohio}}
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  • {{r|Ohio}} Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Columbus, Ohio]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • Five member [[a cappella]] band based in [[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]], [[Ohio]].
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  • | title = The Ohio State University a centennial of increasing commitment | publisher = Ohio State University Press
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  • ...Cleveland, Ohio, established in 1964 and part of the University System of Ohio.
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  • {{Image|Ohio flag.png|right|250px|State Flag of Ohio. Ohio is the only U.S. state with a non-rectangular flag.}} ...17th state admitted to the [[United States of America]] on March 1, 1803. Ohio is the seventh most populous state in the United States, with a population
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  • ...v/qfd/states/39/3918000.html</ref> It is home to the flagship campus of [[Ohio State University]], which over the years has ranked second or first in enro ...such as [[Westerville, Ohio|Westerville]], [[Dublin, Ohio]], and [[Bexley, Ohio|Bexley]].
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  • *Jones, Robert Leslie. ''History of Agriculture in Ohio to 1880''. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1983.
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  • ...px|The Alleghany and the Monongahela rivers join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.}} The '''Monongahela River''' is a tributary to the [[Ohio River]] with its headwaters in the [[Alleghany Mountains]].<ref name=psupre
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  • ..., from the US Army Corps of Engineers.png | File:Navigable branches of the Ohio River, from 1897, from the US Army Corps of Engineers.png ...le:The Alleghany and the Monongahela rivers join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.jpg
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  • ...n 1964 and is a part of University System of Ohio<ref>University System of Ohio, http://uso.edu/network/usoSchools/univ/clevelandstu.php</ref>. It is a 85- * Bio Ohio
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  • ...-current-identities orig.jpg | thumb | left | 1810 map of the Falls of the Ohio]] ...ficial canal to the south, and the (submerge) location of the Falls of the Ohio.jpg | thumb | modern aerial photo of the area of the Falls. Note the south
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  • ...px|The Alleghany and the Monongahela rivers join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.}} ...h, Pennsylvania]], where it joins the [[Monongahela River]], to form the [[Ohio River]].
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  • ...cappella]] band formed in 1990 and based in [[Columbus, Ohio|Columbus]], [[Ohio]]. They sing a variety of material, from original compositions, through po ...d "Up With Angst". They have have appeared live in venues from the Dublin (Ohio) civic summer music series to A Prairie Home Companion, and have opened for
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  • ...US Army Corps of Engineers.png | right | 550px | Navigable branches of the Ohio River, from 1897, from the US Army Corps of Engineers.}} The '''Ohio River''' is the largest tributary of the [[Mississippi River]], by volume.
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  • ...le:The Alleghany and the Monongahela rivers join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.jpg
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  • ...le:The Alleghany and the Monongahela rivers join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.jpg
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  • #REDIRECT [[Falls of the Ohio]]
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  • ...tp://www.osu.edu/osutoday/stuinfo.php>, accessed May 6, 2009.</ref> Among Ohio State's better ranked departments are Linguistics and History, the School o ...n]], and [[Newark, Ohio|Newark]], all of which are in the northern half of Ohio, but the central Columbus campus dwarfs these. The total enrollment across
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Cleveland, Ohio]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Columbus, Ohio}}
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  • ...he two major cities, [[Louisville (Kentucky)|Louisville]], which is on the Ohio River, and [[Lexington (Kentucky)|Lexington]] which is the seat of the [[Un
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  • a large tributary of the [[Ohio River]]
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