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  • TIFFIN - Ever since closing the Civil War Museum of Ohio he started in Bowling Green, Mark Young has been working with officials in Tiffin to reopen the museum in a more promising location.

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  • TIFFIN, OHIO (WTOL) – Teaching children about the environment is a challenge Mike Conner welcomes every day as the director of the Franciscian Earth Literacy Center (FELC) in Tiffin where, on many days, you’ll find him working with students.

    Literacy News – 178th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • The Daily Tiffin is a group blog devoted to a healthy family lifestyle.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • They lived in Tiffin, Ohio when I was a child, where they had raised my mother, Gertrude Frieda Wagner, her twin brother Joseph, and their youngest child, who became a nun with the name Mary

    Paul C. Lauterbur - Autobiography

  • At the time, Alabama led 9-3 and had driven the ball to the Tennessee 32 when Tide coach Nick Saban called Tiffin's number.

    Local News from Tuscaloosa News

  • "Appoint an umpire called Tiffin to a match involving India and England and it is to be expected that he comes over all ` old colonial ` and stops for tea at 4.30," the newspaper fumed.

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  • When I was a child in Britain there was a chocolate bar called Tiffin; I later heard that it came from the British India word for afternoon snack, but I have not heard it used to mean lunch, so I'm inclined to remove it ...

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  • With segments such as Tiffin Tuesday (lunchbox ideas) and Inside a German Bakery (a peek into the making of traditional breads), and so many more, this blog is a wonderful resource for ideas and inspiration.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Tokyo Chamber of Commerce to take the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce representatives to inspect the silk filatures, that a delightful luncheon, or as it is called there, "Tiffin," was awaiting us under the trees.

    The Log of the Empire State

  • Eyewitnesses said that there was a carnage in the Oberoi's upper lobby restaurant 'Tiffin' and bodies were strewn all over in both the five star hotels.

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  • Ohio, USA.

    May 26, 2011