Cleveland
I. biographical name (Stephen) Grover 1837-1908 22d & 24th president of the United States (1885-89; 1893-97) II. geographical name 1. city & port NE Ohio on Lake Erie population 478,403 2. city SE Tennessee ENE of Chattanooga population 37,192 • Clevelander noun

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  • CLEVELAND — CLEVELAND, city situated in Northeast Ohio on Lake Erie. Its metropolitan area has the largest Jewish population in the state (81,500 in 1996). Jewish settlement began in the 1830s, when Daniel Maduro Peixotto (1800–43) joined the faculty of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Cleveland — Cleveland, NY U.S. village in New York Population (2000): 758 Housing Units (2000): 310 Land area (2000): 1.125468 sq. miles (2.914948 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.099793 sq. miles (0.258462 sq. km) Total area (2000): 1.225261 sq. miles (3.173410 …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Cleveland — • The Diocese, established 23 April, 1847, comprises all that part of Ohio lying north of the southern limits of the Counties of Columbiana, Stark, Wayne, Ashland, Richland, Crawford, Wyandot, Hancock, Allen, and Van Wert, its territory covering… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Cleveland — es una ciudad en Ohio en los Estados Unidos. Incluyendo la area metropolitana, Cleveland es el ciudad mayor del estado. * * * Cleveland, Stephen Grover Condado de Gran Bretaña, en el N de Inglaterra, en el mar del Norte; 583 km2 y 541 100 h. C.… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • CLEVELAND — Sur la rive méridionale du lac Érié s’est formée progressivement une des constructions industrielles les plus impressionnantes des États Unis. Les centres urbains de l’Érié, en dépit du dynamisme de Sandusky, d’Akron ou de Erie City, font assez… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Cleveland — city in Ohio, U.S., laid out 1796 by Gen. Moses Cleaveland (1754 1806) and later named for him. His descendants included U.S. President Grover Cleveland (1837 1908). The family name is from place names in England based on M.E. cleove, a variant… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Cleveland — (spr. klihwländ), Hügelland in der engl. Grafsch. York (North Riding); Eisen und Stahlindustrie; Hauptort Middlesborough …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Cleveland — (Kliwländ), nordamerikan. Stadt an der Mündung des Cuyahoga in den Ontario See, mit Cincinnati u. Columbus durch eine Eisenbahn verbunden, raschaufblühender Ort mit 25000 E.; bedeutende Industrie und umfangreicher Verkehr, besonders durch die… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Cleveland — Cleveland1 [klēv′lənd] (Stephen) Grover [grō′vər] 1837 1908; 22d and 24th president of the U.S. (1885 89; 1893 97) Cleveland2 [klēv′lənd] 1. [after Moses Cleaveland (1754 1806), surveyor of the WESTERN RESERVE] city and port in NE Ohio, on Lake… …   English World dictionary

  • Cleveland — This article is about the city in Ohio. For the metropolitan area, see Greater Cleveland. For other uses, see Cleveland (disambiguation). City of Cleveland   City   …   Wikipedia

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