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City in Lorain County, Ohio, United States. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forLorain, Ohio

    • In 2019, a resolution was passed in her hometown of Lorain, Ohio, to designate February 18, her birthday, as "Toni Morrison Day."Toni Morrison-Wikipedia
    • On June 28, 1924, the worst flood in Oberlin history occurred on the same day that a tornado killed 62 people in Lorain.Oberlin, Ohio-Wikipedia
    • In the mid-1990s, Ford decided to discontinue the tenth generation Thunderbird with the last example of the car rolling off the assembly line in Lorain, Ohio on September 4, 1997.Ford Thunderbird-Wikipedia
    • In 1978, US subsidiary KTM North America Inc. was founded in Lorain, Ohio.KTM-Wikipedia
    • Though he has spent most of his life in Memphis, Lawler did spend a part of his childhood in Ohio after his father was transferred to a Ford Motor Company assembly plant in Lorain, Ohio.Jerry Lawler-Wikipedia
    • His family moved, in 1923, to Lorain, Ohio, and again in 1925, to Detroit, Michigan, where his father changed the family's name to "Evans".Yusef Lateef-Wikipedia

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