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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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CURT Manufacturing has been an employer in the Eau Claire area since 1994.
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US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) announced on Wednesday that it has completed a key initiative in its ongoing efforts to enhance the wireless capacity and performance of its mobile broadband network throughout the Eau Claire area, Wisconsin.
The Eau Claire County Board of Supervisors voted 23-4 to move to a "moment of reflection," after received a letter from the Freedom From Religion Foundation.
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Ask any resident of Eau Claire if any Hall of Fame baseball players got their start in their Western Wisconsin city, and you will likely hear a story about Henry Aaron and his storybook 1952 season.
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Figure 1 takes us to the dictionary room interior of the Old Ashmolean building in Oxford which opened in 1683 about the time that Eau Claire, Wisconsin was founded as trading post in what was then Louis Fourteenth's New France, (incidentally my wife, and I have visited the Ashmolean building a score of times on our travels in the last decade).
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Eau Claire is one of 10 institutions in the University of Wisconsin system.