Cincinnatian


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Cincinnatian

[sin·sə′nad·ē·ən]
(geology)
Upper Ordovician geologic time.
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Born and raised in Cincinnati, David is a fifth-generation Cincinnatian.
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) released the following statement in response to news that Cincinnatian, Otto Warmbier, has been released by North Korea.
While with the Cincinnati Symphony, Thor met and worked with Louise Nippert, a fourth-generation Cincinnatian and professionally-trained singer who was a soloist in Mahler's Fourth Symphony under Thor's conducting.
Gradient ecology of a biotic invasion: biofacies of the type Cincinnatian Series (Upper Ordovician), Cincinnati, Ohio region, USA.
Taylor's next three chapters are a detailed exploration of Clark's gradual dissent as an advocate for racial equality, access to public education, social justice, full citizenship, and a Socialist to an obscure and little-known African American Cincinnatian.
Nor did some extra court time hold him back from beating fellow Cincinnatian Cullen Dunajski for the 15-under title, 10, 0.
Here, she also spent time with fellow Cincinnatian William Howard Taft, who had returned to Cincinnati to study law after attending Yale College.
The trip, he recalls, was not only thrilling, but extremely educational--especially for this native Cincinnatian.
With research interests in the Cincinnatian Series limestones, the Wind River Basin of Wyoming and the Dunkard Basin Geology, Martin was an expert in the geology of a portion of the Rocky Mountains.
58) Cincinnatian Charles Fleischmann, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant whose manufacturing concerns included both distilled liquor and compressed baking yeast, was elected to the Ohio state senate several times before his death in 1898, and his son and business partner was their city's mayor from 1900 until 1906.
Too, Hal was pleased to be a Cincinnatian and ethnically of German descent.