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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Wisconsin at the mouth of the Eau Clair River, about 113 km (70 mi) long. Founded in the 1840s, the city grew as the center of a lumbering region. Population: 63,300.

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  • n. a town in west central Wisconsin

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  • A 21-year-old woman called Eau Claire police recently to report that several teens were playing pranks on her and her roommates.

    Terrible crime problem in Eau Claire

  • A 29-year-old woman called Eau Claire police just before midnight recently to complain about a neighbor in her apartment complex who howls as he enters and exits the building.

    Terrible crime problem in Eau Claire

  • He says if you have evidence or information about the Eau Claire drownings, call the Eau Claire Police Department.

    WEAU - HomePage - Headlines

  • It's melodic and catchy as hell so I'd RIYL this with Off With Their Heads, Banner Pilot, None More Black, etc … The band calls Eau Claire, Wisconsin home (which is between Minneapolis and Chicago) and that's kinda how this sounds.

    Can You See the Sunset?

  • In addition, after 9 / 11 the Department of Homeland Security began offering terrorism-fighting grants to domestic police departments in places such as Eau Claire, Wisconsin; Canyon County,

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • The four jets in the U.S. that recorded the largest number of flights over the four-year period, for example, are all owned by Menard Inc., a privately-held chain of home-improvement stores based in Eau Claire, Wisc.

    For the Highest Fliers, New Scrutiny

  • When Ripper was three, Tammy's friend Cindy Shune was babysitting Ripper while Tammy was at an embalming seminar in Eau Claire.

    February 1975 Lansing, MICHIGAN

  • It was something that our city felt strongly about prior to the national cacophony, says Kerry Kincaid, council president in Eau Claire, Wis., referring to recent events that have highlighted angry politics.

    In effort to foster civility, officials ask input on cuts

  • In districts like Wauwatosa, Racine, LaCrosse and Eau Claire, the changes in health and pension contributions prevented layoffs that were expected to be widespread and in some cases allowed the boards not to fire a single teacher.

    Big Labor's Wisconsin Vendetta

  • Bernicke, CFP, is an independent financial advisor with Bernicke & Associates Ltd., in Eau Claire, Wisc.

    The Real Cost Of Owning A Mutual Fund

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