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Eau Claire

 (ō klâr′)
A city of west-central Wisconsin at the confluence of the Chippewa River and the Eau Clair River, a tributary about 110 km (70 mi) long. Founded in the 1840s, the city grew as a lumbering center.

Eau Claire

(ˌoʊ ˈklɛər)
n.
a city in W Wisconsin. 55,030.
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Noun1.Eau Claire - a town in west central Wisconsin
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