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State of Oklahoma
Official State Seal

Population:
3,361,642

Under 18:
899,507

Over 65:
480,140

Employed:
2,708,144

Land in SM:
68,667.06

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
33,826,661

Births:
51,801

Deaths:
36,180

Infant Deaths:
300

Property Crime:
125,384

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A town of around 2000 residents according to the 2000 US Census ... The Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza opened its doors to the public in 1931. ... OK, Area Hotels. Fresh Takes ...
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It is situated along the state's border with Oklahoma and had a population of 2,275, ... Built in 1931, ... As of the 2008 census, ...
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According to the National Automobile Dealers Association, as of 2010 the average cost of a new car in the United States is somewhere around $28,400. This cost depends ...
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With all the recent news and talk concerning the downturn in the national and global economy, people are also discussing the potential for increased unemployment. But ...
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According to the United States Census, ... Oklahoma is one of the few Midwest states offering a reasonable level of employment for these workers.
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