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A city of east-central Michigan on the Saginaw River, which flows about 35 km (20 mi) northward into Saginaw Bay, a large inlet of Lake Huron. It grew in the 1800s as a lumbering center and port of entry.
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a port in E Michigan. 71,650.
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|Noun||1.||Saginaw - a town in east central Michigan on an arm of Lake Huron|
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