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Chino

(chē`nō), city (1990 pop. 59,682), San Bernardino co., S Calif.; founded 1887, inc. 1910. It is the business and processing center of a diversified farming (notably dairying) area. Processed foods, plastics, and food and beverage machinery are manufactured in Chino, where the city population nearly tripled from 1970 to 1990. Men's and women's state prisons are located there.

chino

[′chē·nō]
(textiles)
A twilled cotton fabric made of combed two-ply yarn.
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The objective is to show that the name chino as referent of Afrodescendant derives from "chino," a synonym of "pig" and/ or through aphaeresis from "co-chino" used often as "chino-cochino" meaning "dirty pig.
Young, creative, and passionate about fresh produce, a small group of chefs are turning their restaurants into the best in North County with ripe, seasonal fruit and vegetables from local growers like the Chino farm and La Milpa Organica Farm.
Chino predicted China will continue to show strong growth over the next two years, with exports expanding about 20% and imports growing about 25% in 2004 and 2005.
A 59-bed psychiatric inpatient facility in Chino, it was on the financial ropes.
Explaining his obsession With that warm California sun, Chino says to "You were born there, it was never any big deal for you.
Chino became well-known nationwide for quickly giving his support to the candidacy of award-winning novelist Yasuo Tanaka ahead of a gubernatorial election held last October.
Mr Chino, in Sydney last month for the Asian Leaders' Forum, noted that infrastructure deficiencies had become one of the "bottlenecks" in the region's economic development.
I am excited to see businesses in Chino Valley expanding," says Chino Valley Mayor Chris Marley.
The City of Chino Hills is pleased to be partnering with Standard Pacific Homes to bring residents a state-of-the-art dog park," said Chino Hills Mayor Cynthia Moran.
Finance director Rob Burns said that the City of Chino s share of the savings is estimated to be $324,000.
A full service commercial bank headquartered in Chino California, Chino Commercial Bank has three branch offices in Southern California.