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Rare Dinosaur Skeleton goes on display at a Cincinnati Brewery

Geleamopus skeletons were originally considered to be smaller types of the famous Diplodocus because of their striking similarities. Although they have similar long necks, the Galeamopus has larger legs and tall, triangular necks near the head. ( Matt Cardy | Getty Images ) A rare dinosaur specimen is exhibited in a Cincinnati brewery for the first time for a special …

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Rare dinosaur goes on display at the Rhinegeist Cincinnati Brewery

For the first time since its discovery 18 years ago, a rare dinosaur skeleton is exhibited as the latest exhibition at the Cincinnati Museum Center The rare dinosaur, known as Galeamopus, is one of the few three ever found. The skeleton was discovered in 2000 by a rancher in Montana who had alerted researchers to the Cincinnati Museum Center. The …

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Matt Harvey throws four goalless debuts in Cincinnati Reds

LOS ANGELES – Matt Harvey fired a second-speed balloon, which eased noticeably well out of his hand; better than any playing field in a long time. He glanced at the scoreboard in the right box to see if the radar gun had confirmed his bias. It was 96 miles an hour. "I had not seen this for a while," Harvey …

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Cincinnati Bengals Design RB Mark Walton at number 112

Cincinnati found a replacement for Jeremy Hill, who signed a one-year contract with the Patriots during the vacant agency. The Bengals voted to return Miami to Mark Walton in the fourth round (112th overall) of the 2018 NFL to run Draft The 5-foot-9, 202-pound Walton, who has a seasonal ankle injury in 2017 He was shown to be healthy by …

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Cincinnati Reds drops to 7th place when Brandon fights Finnegan

Brandon Finnegan's inactivity series ended, but the Cincinnati Reds' inability continued on Saturday afternoon before a drinking crowd of 19,213 spectators at Great American Ball Park. Finnegan allowed pitching five runs on six strokes and four walks on his 25th birthday in 1945 for the first time since June 26 last year, when the Reds dropped their seventh consecutive game …

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How Cincinnati became the "birthplace of American astronomy"

Dean Regas, Special for Cincinnati Enquirer Published 9:44 pm ET April 12, 2018 The Cincinnati Observatory today on Mount Lookout. [Photo: Provided / Keith Allen] The names of two of Cincinnati's legendary "Seven Hills" have astronomical origins. On November 9, 1843, John Quincy Adams stood on a hill in Cincinnati overlooking the young, growing city: the 76-year-old former president and …

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Vontaze Burfict of Cincinnati Bengals officially suspended for the first four games of 2018 for PED injury

The NFL on Thursday suspended Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict four games for breaching league politics on performance-enhancing substances. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported in March that Burfict had faced the suspension for a failed test on December 27 last year Sources said Schefter that Burfict's appeal should be centered around the fact that he prescriptive medications for the concussion he …

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Free agent Eric Reid planned to attend with Cincinnati Bengals

Free Agent Security Eric Reid is scheduled to visit the Cincinnati Bengals, a source that confirms ESPN. The NFL network first reported the news Monday. Reid's visit to Cincinnati is his first known visit to the agency's free time. He became an unrestricted free agent last month after spending the first five years of his career with the San Francisco …

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