“I am totally undecided,” says Ryan Ayers, an independent voter who lives in canton, Ohio and who voted for John McCain in 2008.
The memory of 1912, Carlisle, and canton was as fresh as yesterday in that pre-television era.
The Democrat's early voting edge in Stark means that they are confident of winning the cities of canton, Massillon, and Alliance.
In an early 1990s, as a still-recent transplant to America, Huang drove from Tuscaloosa to Buffalo and passed canton, Ohio.
In 1915 Thorpe started also playing and coaching the “reptile sport” of professional football in canton, Ohio.
Some of the others, although painted at and sent from canton, were manufactured at King-teh-chin.
Born in the canton of Baida in the province of Shiraz, he grew up at Wasit.
Owing to the glutting of the market at canton, the sea-otter had not sold well.
At canton, it is said, offerings are made to the moon on the fifteenth.
What right had George Dalton to bring a canton teapot on another man's acres?
1530s, "corner, angle," from Middle French canton "piece, portion of a country" (13c.), from Italian (Lombard dialect) cantone "region," especially in the mountains, augmentative of Latin canto "section of a country," literally "corner" (see cant (n.2)). Originally in English a term in heraldry and flag descriptions; applied to the sovereign states of the Swiss republic from 1610s. Related: Cantoned.