Wabash

[n] - a tributary of the Ohio River
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Wabash

Wabash River noun a tributary of the Ohio River that rises in western Ohio and flows southwestward across Indiana
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Wabash

city, seat (1835) of Wabash county, northeastern Indiana, U.S., on the Wabash River, 45 miles (72 km) west-southwest of Fort Wayne. It was platted in ...
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Wabash

The USS Wabash is an American Wichita Class replenishment oiler of 13000 tons light displacement designed to provide rapid replenishment at sea of petroleum and munitions to the fleet. The USS Wabash is powered by three Foster-Wheeler boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 6500 miles at 19 knots or 10000 miles at 16 knots. She car...
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Wabash

Wabash (wô'băsh") , city (1990 pop. 12,127), seat of Wabash co., N central Ind., on the Wabash River; inc. 1849. It is an agricultural trade center for wheat, corn, soybeans, vegetables, and fruit. There is diverse manufacturing. Wabash was the world's first electrically lighted ...
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Wabash

Wabash, river, c.475 mi (765 km) long, rising in Grand Lake, W Ohio, and flowing NW into Ind., then generally SW through Ind., becoming the Ind.-Ill. border before emptying into the Ohio River; largest northern tributary of the Ohio. The Wabash's major tributaries are the Tippecanoe and White rivers...
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