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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.
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(Placename) a town in central England, in W Nottinghamshire: former coal-mining and cotton-textiles industries. Pop: 69 987 (2001)
(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)
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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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|Noun||1.||Mansfield - New Zealand writer of short stories (1888-1923)|
|2.||Mansfield - a town in north central Ohio|
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