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Ohio is one of the states in the continental United States, bordering on the Great Lakes. It is the birthplace of Barbara Gordon. Franklin County, Ohio was the site of a fight between the Fourth Reich and JSA member Hawkman (Carter Hall). The Fourth Reich raided the Heywood Family Reunion in an effort to eradicate everyone related to the World War II hero, Commander Steel.
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Ohio is the 17th state of the United States of America.
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Ohio is the 17th state in the United States of America. One of the cites in Ohio is Cleveland, the site of the Battle of Cleveland. Underneath the city of Cleveland is the Key of Osanalan, or so it was claimed by James Ackerson and his brother Ruwan. It also had a known UNSC Relief Camp in Akron, Ohio for refugees after the battle.
Dayton- Thomas J. Frericks Center
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Steubenville- Saint John Arena
Trotwood- Hara Arena
Akron- James A. Rhodes Arena
Youngstown- Beeghly Center
Kent- M.A.C. Center
Columbus- Expo Center Coliseum
Ohio (pronounced O-hi-O) is a state in the Great Lakes and Midwest regions of the United States. Ohio has 88 counties and a total population of over 11.4 million and is 44,825 square miles, making Ohio the nation's 7th most populous and 34th largest state in the US. The state name derives from the Seneca word ohi:yo', meaning "beautiful river" or "large creek."
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Ohio is a Midwestern state of the United States. Part of the Great Lakes region, Ohio has long been a cultural and geographical crossroads.