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Mans·field

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A city of north-central Ohio west-southwest of Akron. Laid out in 1808, it grew with the arrival of the railroads in the mid-1800s.

Mansfield

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(Placename) a town in central England, in W Nottinghamshire: former coal-mining and cotton-textiles industries. Pop: 69 987 (2001)

Mansfield

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(Biography) Katherine, real name Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp. 1888–1923, British writer, born in New Zealand, noted for her short stories, such as those in Bliss (1920) and The Garden Party (1922)

Mans•field

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n.
1. Katherine (Kathleen Beauchamp Murry), 1888–1923, English short-story writer.
2. Mount, a mountain in N Vermont: highest peak of the Green Mountains, 4393 ft. (1339 m).
3. a city in W Nottinghamshire, in central England. 102,100.
4. a city in N Ohio. 51,640.
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2.Mansfield - a town in north central Ohio
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Texas Health Resources plans to construct a $37 million, 80-bed treatment center for drug and alcohol addiction in Mansfield, England The facility will offer long-term treatment for adults and adolescents with addiction treatment services centered on a wellness approach and it is slated to open in May 2017.
RWE announced the sale of 49%% stake in its Lindhurst wind farm, located in Mansfield, England, and its Middlemoor wind farm, near Alnwick in Northumberland, to Greencoat U.K.