American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southwest Ohio northeast of Dayton. It was formed in 1950 by the consolidation of two former villages, Fairfield and Osborn. Population: 31,700.
“That approach is already being applied by Wright-Patt Credit Union in Fairborn, Ohio.”
“These workers include engineers at Belcan Engineering in Cincinnati and computer programmers at Electronic Data Systems in Fairborn.”
“ADAMS: The nearby town of Fairborn, Ohio is a Halloween shopping destination - stores and ghoulish mayhem up and down the main street.”
“I found that the levels of education in Vicksburg, Mississippi were entirely different than they were in Fairborn, Ohio.”
“Fairborn, Ohio, died Aug. 24 while conducting combat operations in Al”
“Fairborn, OhioI sympathize with parents in the armed services but disagree with the implications discussed in the article, namely, that somehow the military should provide for the care of their children.”
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“Two students in Fairborn, Ohio, with unconfirmed cases of the drug resistant staph infection.”
“So you can imagine the surprise for a few lucky people who pulled into a gas station in Fairborn, Ohio this morning and paid, get this, 32 cents a gallon.”
“The appeals court upheld dismissal of a domestic violence charge against Karen S. Ward of Fairborn, charged with assaulting her "live-in boyfriend" in Greene County”
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