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Skokie

(skō`kē), village (1990 pop. 59,432), Cook co., NE Ill., an industrial suburb adjacent to Chicago; inc. 1888. Its varied products include communications, computer, and electrical equipment; rubber, iron, and steel products; and tools. There are major retail centers and the publishing industry is also important. Hebrew Theological College (1922) was moved there from Chicago in 1958.

Skokie

 

a city in the northern USA, in Illinois. Population, 68,000 (1974). Skokie is actually a northwestern suburb of Chicago. It has a diversified machine-building and metalworking industry. [23–1531–]

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Address : 5127 Oakton Street, Skokie, Illinois 60077
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The new extension will link Oakton Park, Emily Oaks Nature Center, Oakton Community College and the neighborhood south of Oakton Street to downtown Skokie.
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The former Rand McNally headquarters building, located at 8255 Central Park Avenue in Skokie, was built by the McNally family in the early 1950s to accommodate the company's growing printing and book-manufacturing operations.
at the Skokie Public Library, will be a discussion on Obtaining Credit in a Difficult Economy, and will also feature Rick Mattoon, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and James C.
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