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mud hen:

see railrail,
common name for some members of the large family Rallidae, marsh and tropical forest birds that include the gallinule and the coot, two specialized rails. Rails are cosmopolitan in distribution, except in polar regions.
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The county expects continued development with the merger of the University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio on July 1, 2006, creating the third largest university in the state in terms of operating budget, and increased activity in downtown Toledo with enhanced development near the Mud Hens stadium.
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Fifth Third Bank (Northwestern Ohio), with 45 full-service Banking Centers throughout the greater Toledo area, Findlay, Tiffin, Bowling Green, Fostoria, Fremont, Gibsonburg and Sandusky, plus Lambertville and Monroe in Michigan, including nine Bank Mart(R) locations inside select Kroger stores, announced today its investment in the Toledo Mud Hens stadium currently under construction
The Mud Hens were a Tucson-like 57-87 and also finished last.
1, when Detroit purchased the contract of pitcher Adam Bernero from Toledo and optioned Hiljus to the Mud Hens.
The county expects continued development as DaimlerChrysler AG increased its investment in local facilities and the University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio merged effective July 1, 2006, while downtown Toledo continues to draw increased development near the Mud Hens stadium.
He was enthused about his second rehab stint on Thursday, a five-inning performance in which he allowed the Toledo Mud Hens just two hits and no runs.
The Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens placed infielder Eric Gillespie (CSUN) on the disabled list with a sore right hamstring.
The Mud Hens defeated Louisville 6-4, with Bryan Corey (Thousand Oaks) improving to 6-4 with two scoreless innings for the victory.
The county expects continued development as Dana Corp and DaimlerChrysler AG have increased their investment in local facilities, while downtown Toledo continues to draw increased development near the county-funded stadium for the minor league Toledo Mud Hens baseball team.