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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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Patel says gone are the days of big, baggy cargo chinos with large pockets.
That's why this season we are offering men a selection of chino styles to complement every part of his life in colors that go beyond khaki to expedition green, steel gray and plum grape.
A wardrobe staple for decades, this year Lands' End Canvas is offering men three chino options - Heritage, Vintage and Refined.
Junzo and Hatsuyo Chino, Japanese Americans, made a second start here after losing their first farm while interned in an Arizona prison camp during World War II.
The Chino farm could be a bigger operation, but growing a larger volume of fewer crops doesn't interest him.
What modest Tom Chino won't say about himself, the chefs will say for him.
The Chinos in New Spain" lacks the foundations necessary to demand sharing a cultural and physical space that was hard-won by the children of Chango and Yemaya: the zamba rumberos who learned the pulse of the lands of Anahuac and its life forms.
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Pictured, Peter Watson, 25, of Middlesbrough, sitting, models: turn-up chinos, pounds 24.