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  1. An English occupational surname for a dyer of cloth.
  2. A town in Indiana, a suburb of Chicago; named for early settler Martha Dyer Hart.
  3. A city in Tennessee.
  4. A city in Arkansas; named for S. M. Dyer, who bought the town's land.
  5. A census-designated place in Nevada; named for nearby Dyer's Ranch.
  6. An unincorporated community in West Virginia; named for postmaster G. M. Dyer.
  7. A river in Maine; running from Jefferson into the Sheepscot River at the village of Sheepscot in Newcastle.
  8. A bay near Steuben, Maine.

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