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city (1990 pop. 13,153), Hamilton co., SW Ohio, a residential suburb of Cincinnati; surveyed 1796, inc. 1911. Motor vehicle parts are manufactured.
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The boy said his kidnappers were two white men with a "bodybuilder type build" and tattoos, according to the Sharonville, Ohio, police report.
People who live near this park in Sharonville, Ohio, do not appear to have an official state vegetable.
The condo is located at 12005 Pickwick Place Sharonville, Ohio 45241.
''There's too many people who still don't believe that it's happening,'' bemoaned Felicia Duncan, 53, who lives in Sharonville, Ohio, a suburb of Cincinnati, and works as an office manager at a mechanical contracting company.
Jeanne Marie Hughes, Deerfield Township, Ohio, US; Ronald Bosman Visscher, Glendale, Ohio, US; Peter Charles Mason, Jr., Deerfield Township, Ohio, US; Folke Schlueter, Geneva, Switzerland; Emma Somma, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Giovanni Carlucci, Chieti, Italy; and Paul Thomas Weisman, Sharonville, Ohio, US.
Eli Wickemeier, vice president of Cliff's Hardware in Sharonville, Ohio, says many people use deeper colors for accent walls.
Age 89 | Hometown: Sharonville, Ohio | Machinist's mate first class, USS Alpine | Navy | Pacific
* the 2010 Council on Aging (CoA) of Southern Ohio Annual Education Conference, March 3, 2010, Sharonville, Ohio.
Mammotome's corporate headquarters will be located in Sharonville, Ohio, where it has leased 30,000 square feet of office space in the Summit Woods Office Park.
The role has even seen Carmen - born Tara Leigh Patrick in Sharonville, Ohio - become a bit of an Anglophile.
Besides its Indianapolis and Latham locations, Imperial has branches in nine other communities: Fairfield, N.J.; Cheshire, Conn.; Cheektowaga, N.Y.; Memphis, Tenn.; Sharonville, Ohio; Amesbury and Norton, Mass., and Columbia and Greenville, S.C.