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Wooster

Wooster (wŏŏs´tər), city (1990 pop. 22,191), seat of Wayne co., N central Ohio, in a farm area; inc. 1817. There is food processing and paper, plastic, and brass products are made there. The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center is there, and the city is also the seat of The College of Wooster, which was chartered in 1866 and opened in 1870.

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Wooster, Bertie

Wooster, Bertie fictional character created by P. G. Wodehouse, a pleasant, affluent, and idle young man about town who is much persecuted by his aunts, but who is usually protected by his valet Jeeves.

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