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  • noun

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a university town in east central Illinois adjoining Urbana

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The city's economy, though varied, is dominated by the public sector: the University of Illinois leads local employment, Champaign Unit Four School District is second, Parkland College fourth, and the city itself ranks eighth.
Parkland College, a community college which is across Champaign from the University of Illinois, draws many poorer international students taking less-expensive classes they hope will help get them into the university, Schaefer said.
The company is offering its USD1 fares on all Express services between Chicago, Champaign and St Louis, for travel March 22 to April 5, 2011.
The additional daily service is scheduled to leave Chicago O'Hare at 10:15 and arrive in Champaign at 11:05, the return service will leave at 11:30 and arrive back in Chicago at 12:20.
Derek Winstanley, chief of the Champaign-based water survey, wrote in a recent letter to the city of Champaign that the aquifer can safely support about 16 million or 17 million gallons a day of additional local withdrawal.
Essentials of Strength And Conditioning, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1994
To accomplish this, he is contracting up to 400 buses to shuttle up to 35,000 fans for the two hour trip to Champaign from Chicago-land at a fee of $36 per person.
Dr Willis, who has worked with AOCS as Education Director and Associate Executive Vice President since 1988, served several associations in Chicago prior to moving to Champaign.
Light-hearted pranks are common on Halloween, but in 1945 the annual spooky celebration took a sinister turn in Champaign, Ill.
Local merchants, citizens, and members of the city council lodged complaints, making this problem the number-one priority for the Champaign Police Department.
The Champaign, Urbana and University of Illinois Police Departments and the Champaign County Sheriff's Department will each receive video camcorders, effectively strengthening their collective ability [of the agency] to enforce DUI laws," said Urbana mayor Jeffrey Markland on behalf of the coalition.
Created through an intergovernmental agreement with the nearby community of Champaign and the surrounding county, this facility represents a cooperative solution to a regional problem.
Some of these projects will leverage Ameren Illinois' Technology Application Center in Champaign, an on-grid testing facility for smart grid technologies that opened in August 2013.
Advanced Marathoning, by Pete Pfitzinger and Scott Douglas, 2001, Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL, 237 pp.
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