Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Kino, Eusebio Francisco 1645?-1711. Italian-born Jesuit missionary who explored and mapped much of the American Southwest and Mexico.

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Examples

  • I am sure the bakery in Kino Viejo will have some!!!

    Anti-semitism in Mexico

  • SEVEN CHANCES ULTIMATE EDITION $29.95; Kino -- The specialty label Kino has been on an extraordinary tear recently, putting out DVD after DVD devoted the shorts and films of Buster Keaton.

    Michael Giltz: DVD: Woody Allen Back On Top, Ready For Oscar Love

  • In 1683, the Jesuit Fathers Eusebius Kuehn, better known as Kino, and

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • He's got a Japanese servant called Kino, or perhaps it's spelt Keeno, I don't know which, who's housekeeper, laundress,

    The Prairie Wife

  • This article will help you take the very first step toward creating a movie by using the very simple storyboard video editing program called Kino to create a story.

    LXer Linux News

  • The move means that Lorber's boss Richard Lorber and Kino chief Donald Krim will become co-presidents of the combined operation, to be called Kino Lorber.

    C21Media.net

  • In the Control Interface Room, Rush and Amanda are watching footage from a Kino which is filming the damage to the F.T.L. drive.

    GateWorld News

  • "Stargate: Universe," and the Syfy series won Best Web Production for its "Kino" outing.

    Airlock Alpha

  • To the accompaniment of perestroika-era rock music such as Kino's Peremen (Changes), the protestors demanded the right to assembly, as guaranteed by the constitution.

    RIA Novosti

  • Barrera's nephew, Richard Sanchez, was state Rep. Ismael "Kino" Flores ', D-Mission, chief-of-staff at the time and provided the political ins.

    Brownsville Herald :

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