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Midwest City,

city (1990 pop. 52,267), Oklahoma co., central Okla., a residential suburb of Oklahoma City; founded 1942 with the activation of adjoining Tinker Air Force Base, a logistics center. The developer and builder W. P. Atkinson planned for the city to be a model, with spacious parks and curved streets. The city's industries produce sporting goods, transportation equipment, sheet-metal products, apparel, silica sand, and crushed granite.
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Rose State College is a two-year community college in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
(NYSE: SPR) aftermarket customer support recently opened a sales office at the Tinker Business and Industrial Park in Midwest City, Okla.
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CeralUSA, LLC is based in Midwest City, Okla., near the world's largest aircraft engine overhaul facility, Tinker Air Force Base.
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He previously served as vice president of academic affairs and vice president for student affairs at Rose State College in Midwest City. Baser has worked in higher education for more than 25 years.
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The company closed locations in Denver and Midwest City, Okla.
We were in the same unit at Tinker AFB (Midwest City, Okla.) back in the late 1950s.
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