Ashland



a city in NE Kentucky, on the Ohio River.
a city in N central Ohio.
a town in SW Oregon.
Contemporary Examples

Kelly G. Lambert, a neuroscientist at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, studies parenting behavior in lab animals.
Do Hands-On Dads Raise Healthier Kids? Andy Hinds June 14, 2014

He spoke with Elise Jordan from his home of Ashland City, Tennessee, about that fateful night—a turning point in the Iraq War.
A Sleepover With Saddam Elise Jordan December 12, 2009

Before his brutal killing along a dark bike path in Ashland, Ore., 23-year-old David Grubbs loved playing videogames.
Oregon Police Probe Links Between Ashland Killing, Online Videogames Winston Ross December 8, 2011

At the Ashland lab, the mystery is often more fundamental: What is it?
America’s Anti-Poaching Private Eyes Caitlin Dickson September 4, 2014

Historical Examples

After this article was in type, we received from a Western paper the following notice of the sale of the Ashland estate.
Homes of American Statesmen Various

It was mid-forenoon when Frances arrived at Ashland station.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1904 Lucy Maud Montgomery

This was the first one of the season, and I accompanied him as far as Ashland, where the Institute was located.
Our Friend John Burroughs Clara Barrus

They still hoped that the Sage of Ashland might be the nominee.
Robert Toombs Pleasant A. Stovall

The absentee had merely been left in Buffalo—probably he missed the boat—and reported in due time to his master at Ashland.
Old Trails on the Niagara Frontier Frank H. Severance

Squads 21 and 24 go to Jackson and Ashland at once; a drug store.
The Arrow of Fire Roy J. Snell

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