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Ohio Ring
 n.— «The New York senator’s plan for victory revolves around duplicating her Ohio victory in four neighbouring states: the so-called Ohio Ring, of Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Each has the same rust-belt profile as Ohio.» —“‘We’re going strong, we’re going all the way’” by Chris Stephen Scotsman (Glasgow, Scotland) Mar. 6, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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