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Washington Court House,

city (1990 pop. 12,983), seat of Fayette co., SW Ohio, on Paint Creek, in a productive farm, dairy, and poultry area; laid out and founded c.1810, inc. 1831. Its many manufactures include shoes, gloves, dairy products, and automobile and aircraft parts.
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He'll fly back to Washington Court House, Ohio, for the birth.
T&M Express operates long-haul, local, flatbed and brokerage divisions from its base in Washington Court House, Ohio, along with a terminal in Austin, Texas.
Shaw's shape: Shaw remains in Washington Court House, Ohio, waiting for his wife, Julie, to give berth to their third child.
Camco Financial Corporation, a multi-bank holding company, owns five community banks including Cambridge Savings Bank, Marietta Savings Bank, First Federal Savings Bank of Washington Court House, Ohio, First Federal Bank For Savings in Ashland, Kentucky, and Westwood Homestead Savings Bank in Cincinnati.
It leaves closer Jeff Shaw, awaiting the birth of his third child in Washington Court House, Ohio, as the lone pitcher or catcher not in camp.
Camco Financial Corporation whose subsidiaries, in addition to Westwood Homestead Savings Bank, include Cambridge Savings Bank, Marietta Savings Bank, First Federal Savings Bank of Washington Court House, Ohio and First Federal Bank For Savings in Ashland, Kentucky.
He was granted permission by the club to remain home in Washington Court House, Ohio, with his wife, Julie, who is expected to give birth to the couple's third child any day.
Camco's current community bank subsidiaries include Cambridge Savings Bank, Cambridge, Ohio, Marietta Savings Bank, Marietta, Ohio, First Federal Savings Bank of Washington Court House, Washington Court House, Ohio and First Federal Bank for Savings, Ashland, Kentucky.
Shaw's biggest concern was moving his family from their home in Washington Court House, Ohio, to Los Angeles.
Shaw liked playing in Cincinnati, where he could live in his hometown: Washington Court House, Ohio.
He hated to leave his hometown, the charmingly named Washington Court House, Ohio, after being traded last weekend?

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