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Norman

Norman, city (1990 pop. 80,071), seat of Cleveland co., central Okla.; inc. 1891. It is the center of a livestock region. Oil wells, food processing, and printing and publishing contribute to the economy, and there is diverse manufacturing (machinery, communication equipment, nutritional products, and consumer goods). Norman is the seat of the Univ. of Oklahoma. The city's population grew considerably in the late 20th cent.

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Norman

Norman pl. -mans native of Normandy XIII; adj. XVI. orig. in pl. — (O)F. Normans, -anz, pl. of Normant (mod. -mand) — ON. Norðmaðr, pl. -menn, which was adopted as OE. Norðmann, pl. -menn; see NORTH, MAN.

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