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Sandusky

[ suhn-duhs-kee, san- ]

noun

  1. a port in N Ohio, on Lake Erie.


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Following a summer of tumultuous uncertainty over privacy-related rights like nationwide same-sex marriage, Obergefell, who lives in Sandusky, alluded to the current state of LGBTQ rights and the importance of his candidacy.

What changed was moving back to my hometown of Sandusky, Ohio, last year, and coming back to my roots.

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The activist has previously lived in Cincinnati and moved to Sandusky in June.

The university has agreed pay out $60 million to 26 men to settle sexual abuse claims against Jerry Sandusky.

Sandusky was found guilty of 45 criminal counts related to sexual abuse of minors in June 2012.

Matt has legally changed his last name from Sandusky and could not be located for comment.

This would be like Bernie Madoff and Jerry Sandusky getting out of prison and going into business together.

After a brief workout in the gym, the witness said, Sandusky told him it was time to shower.

That movement is variously explained, but many suppose it is due to some advance from Sandusky.

As everyone predicted, Stevenson has already lost 600 men in the marshes at the mouth of the Sandusky, men simply sacrificed.

The battle was resumed on the Sandusky with the same fury; and it is still raging as I 270 write.

The Sandusky river before it passes through its narrow mouth into Lake Erie widens into a beautiful bay about four miles wide.

Another memorable border incident occurred at Sandusky, Ohio, in October, 1852.

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