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  • noun Plural form of Cincinnatian.

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Examples

  • Accept today for what it is... another day that we all live in, it is up to us as a people we call Cincinnatians to rise above and show forgiveness not only to ourselves and our own but to all others... otherwise we are doomed to be islands in threat of the next hurricane.

    Oba: Pepper Hates Black People

  • One thing is clearer to me now more than ever before: people who don't live in Cincinnati hate the idea of Cincinnatians having schools that look like the suburban and/or private schools they send their children to.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • One thing is clearer to me now more than ever before: people who don't live in Cincinnati hate the idea of Cincinnatians having schools that look like the suburban and/or private schools they send their children to.

    Cincinnati Public Education Fair Funding Act

  • If Cincinnatians voted wet, Cincinnati would be wet, and if Daytonians voted dry, their town would be dry.

    LAST CALL

  • It was not my intention to expose my guests to the hazards of oompah-pah bands and beer stein–wielding Cincinnatians attempting impromptu chicken dances in the streets.

    With Love and Laughter, John Ritter

  • The thing, in fact, became a public matter, and before long there was bitter and double - headed opposition to the new invention, which had been promptly imitated by several other wealthy Cincinnatians.

    August « 2008 « Isegoria

  • The thing, in fact, became a public matter, and before long there was bitter and double - headed opposition to the new invention, which had been promptly imitated by several other wealthy Cincinnatians.

    Is H.L. Mencken Alive and Well at the NYT? « Isegoria

  • If Cincinnatians voted wet, Cincinnati would be wet, and if Daytonians voted dry, their town would be dry.

    LAST CALL

  • That fear of place probably explains why in in August as now there was no discussion on the visitors site at all about actual Cincinnatians, their cultures of background, or the places they live.

    Mike Doyle: Its 10 O'Clock, Do You Know Who Your City Is?

  • As Im sure you know, my fellow Cincinnatians, the 1869 Red Stockings team was one of a kind, still the only team ever to go undefeated for an entire season.

    Sluggers: Magic in the Outfield

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