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Tiffin,

city (1990 pop. 18,604), seat of Seneca co., N central Ohio, on the scenic Sandusky River in a farm area; inc. 1835. China, glassware, machinery, wire and cable, and electrical equipment are made in the city. Heidelberg College and Tiffin Univ. are there.
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