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Olean

(ō`lēăn'), city (1990 pop. 16,946), Cattaraugus co., W N.Y., on the Allegheny River near the Pa. line; settled 1804, inc. 1893. The city formerly had an oil-based economy related to nearby oil wells; manufactures still include turbines and compressors for the oil industry as well as electrical items, cutlery, and dairy products. St. Bonaventure Univ. and Allegheny State Park are nearby. In 1972 a severe flood destroyed close to 3,000 homes.
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Tile waste and sediment from American Olean Tile's Lansdale plant was disposed of at the site, according to the EPA information.
The test involved 1,123 subjects between the ages of 13 and 88 who sampled potato chips made with either Olean or full-fat cooking oil during a first-run movie at a suburban Chicago theater in December, 1996.
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The VECTRA, a recent product developed by Dresser-Rand's Turbo Products Division in Olean, N.Y., was introduced in June 1996 at the ASME Turbo Expo in Birmingham, England.
(7) Interim Report: Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Consumer Rechallenge Test of Olean Salted Snacks, Procter & Gamble, June 25, 1997.
Last month the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the ingredient for use in salty snacks and crackers, and P&G is marketing it under the Olean brand name.
Olean Street becomes Reservoir when it enters Holden.
They're made math Procter & Gamble's fat substitute olestra (Olean).