Ohio

Beautiful River, an Iroquois word, river, and our 17th state.
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Ohio

Waters:Northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Description (in water): This small (average 3 to 5 lbs.) silver-skinned saltwater school fish, like salmon, is anadromous--every spring it migrates to rivers to spawn in fresh water. Most shad have deep blue backs (hickory shad have gray-green backs) amd silvery sides and bellies. Shad is a member of the
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Ohio

[n] - a river that is formed in western Pennsylvania and flows westward to become a tributary of the Mississippi River 2. [n] - a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
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Ohio

Ohio River noun a river that is formed in western Pennsylvania and flows westward to become a tributary of the Mississippi River
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Ohio

Buckeye State noun a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
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Ohio

(from the article `submarine`) ...could launch its warheads a distance of 2,500 nautical miles. To carry 24 Trident missiles, improved versions of which could travel about 6,500 ...
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Ohio

constituent state of the United States of America. Lake Erie lies on the north, Pennsylvania on the east, West Virginia and Kentucky on the southeast ... [17 related articles]
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Ohio

Ohio, midwestern state in the Great Lakes region of the United States. It is bordered by Pennsylvania (NE) West Virginia (SE), Kentucky (S), Indiana (W), and Michigan and Lake Erie (N).Sections in this article:IntroductionFacts and FiguresGeographyEconomyGovernment, Politics, and Higher EducationHis...
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Ohio

Ohio, river, 981 mi (1,579 km) long, formed by the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers in SW Pa., at Pittsburgh; it flows northwest, then generally southwest to enter the Mississippi River at Cairo, Ill. The Ohio's course follows a portion of the southern edge of the region covered by...
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Ohio

(river) River in east-central USA, 1,579 km/981 mi long and 365–1,220 m/1,200–4,005 ft wide; the second-largest tributary of the Mississippi; navigable throughout its length. It is formed by the union of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers at Pittsburgh, Penn...
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Ohio

(state) Click images to enlargeState in northern central USA, bordered to the west by Indiana, to the north by Michigan's Lower Peninsula and Lake Erie, to the east by Pennsylvania, to the east and southeast by West Virginia, and to the southwest...
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Ohio

<i>(Rebsorte)</i> Synonymous with the red variety Jacquez ; See there.
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Ohio

The state with the capital, Columbus is situated between Lake Erie and the Ohio River in the north to the south in the central north-eastern United States . It is of particular historical significance for the American wine. Planted around 1820, the former major and surveyor John John Adlum (1759-1836) on his estate "The Vineyard" in Georg
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