• (noun): A city in western Nevada at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains; known for gambling casinos and easy divorce and remarriage.

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Saskatchewan Silver Sox - Team Name
... the since-defunct Golden Baseball League Reno franchise and Reno's minor league team before them ... in the GBL as the Mesa Miners in 2005 and played one season at HoHoKam Park before relocating to Reno and becoming the new Silver Sox one year later ... Park at the University of Nevada at Reno and won the GBL Championship in their first season there in 2006, but suffered for their last two seasons in Western Nevada ...
List Of Alpha Tau Omega Brothers - Legal
... Senator and Nevada Governor (Nevada-Reno) Former Nevada Attorney General Steven R ... Kosach - Current Washoe County District Court Judge (Nevada-Reno) Grant Sawyer Governor of Nevada from 1959 to 1967 (Nevada-Reno In 1967 Sawyer co-founded Lionel Sawyer Collins, as of 2011 the largest ... Congressman, State of Nevada, (Nevada-Reno Former Nevada district court judge Frank Cassas listed as one of the "Best Lawyers in America" (Nevada-Reno) Frank ...
... streams of the Bolognese and Pistoiese Apennines, both among the major tributaries of the Reno River ... It has a length of 19.4 km and flows into the Reno near Ponte della Venturina, near the border between Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna ... It flows into the Reno after 41 km, near Riola di Vergato ...
Reno, Michigan
... Reno may refer to the following places in the U.S state of Michigan Reno Township, Michigan, Iosco County A former post office and railroad station in Wright Township, Ottawa County, Michigan ...
List Of U.S. Place Names Of French Origin - Nevada
... Pioche, a financier who purchased the town in 1869 Reno, named after Major General Jesse Lee Reno, a Union officer killed in the American Civil War ... (Reno's family name was a modified version of the French surname "Renault") ...

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