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Austin (Tex.)


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    • Ostin (Tex.)
    • City of Austin (Tex.)
    • Горад Осцін (Tex.)
    • Horad Ostsin (Tex.)
    • Осцін (Tex.)
    • Ostsin (Tex.)
    • Остин (Tex.)
    • Ωστιν (Tex.)
    • Aŭstino (Tex.)
    • 오스틴 (Tex.)
    • Osŭt'in (Tex.)
    • אוסטין (Tex.)
    • Austinopolis (Tex.)
    • Ostina (Tex.)
    • Ostinas (Tex.)
    • オースティン (Tex.)
    • Остін (Tex.)
    • Ostins (Tex.)
    • 奧斯汀 (Tex.)
    • Aositing (Tex.)
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    • found: NUCMC data from S.F. Austin St. Univ. Lib. for Wilson, R. Papers, 1835-1856(Austin, Tex.)
    • found: LC manual auth. cd.(hdg.: Austin, Tex.; earlier name: Waterloo, Tex.)
    • found: Sovmestnyĭ sovetsko-amerikanskiĭ seminar "Modeli dannykh i sistemy baz dannykh" (2nd : 1979 : Austin, Tex.). Trudy vtorogo Sovmestnogo sovetsko-amerikanskogo ... 1980:p. 3 (Ostine, shtat Tekhas)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(ppl; 30°16ʹ02ʺN 097°44ʹ35ʺW)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 20, 2011(Austin, Texas; City of Austin; 30°15ʹN 97°45ʹW) Belarusian page (Горад Осцін = Horad Ostsin; Осцін = Ostsin) Bulgarian page (Остин = Ostin) Greek page (Ωστιν = ЅOstin) Esperanto page (AІustino) Korean page (오스틴 = OsІut'in) Hebrew page (אוסטין = OsѴtin) Latin page (Austinopolis) Latvian page (Ostina) Lithuanian page (Ostinas) Japanese page (オースティン = ЅOsutin) Ukrainian page (Остін = Ostin) Samogitian page (Ostins) Chinese page (奧斯汀 = Aositing)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 15, 2013(Austin is the capital of Texas and the seat of Travis County. Located in Central Texas and the American Southwest, it is the 11th largest city in the United States of America and the fourth-largest city in state of Texas. Austin is also the second largest state capital in the United States. The city is the cultural and economic center of the five-county Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos metropolitan area, which had an estimated population 1,834,303 (2012 U.S. Census). In 1839, the site was officially chosen as the republic's new capital and was incorporated under the name Waterloo. Shortly thereafter, the name was changed to Austin in honor of Stephen F. Austin, the "Father of Texas" and the republic's first secretary of state)
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    • 1979-01-25: new
    • 2019-04-09: revised
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