Crossword clues for cando
Housing Units (2000): 707
Land area (2000): 0.616080 sq. miles (1.595641 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.616080 sq. miles (1.595641 sq. km)
FIPS code: 11860
Located within: North Dakota (ND), FIPS 38
Location: 48.488497 N, 99.204542 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Cando may refer to:
- Cando, North Dakota
- Cando, Saskatchewan
- Cando, Spain
- Cando (river), in San Marino
- Cando event
- CANDO, community project
- Deaf CanDo
- NEO CANDO
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The Cando is a river of eastern San Marino. It rises to the east of Monte San Cristoforo, flowing northeast to join with the Marano near the town of Faetano.
Category:Rivers of San Marino
Usage examples of "cando".
Commander Cando Garon—son of the Emperor's Supreme Bashar Zum Garon—frequently dined alone.
Though not yet forty years of age, Cando looked older than that, his brown hair frosted gray at the temples.
He knew that Imperial orders were meant to be carried out, never questioned—and he had raised his talented son Cando to believe the same thing.
Accompanying the communication was a separate message from Sardaukar Commander Cando Garon, the diligent son of the Supreme Bashar, reaffirming everything Ajidica had said.
The Master Researcher's glowing reports, along with the repeated reassurances of Commander Cando Garon, had him completely convinced about the impending availability of synthetic spice.
With the recent glowing report by Hasimir Fenring, as well as similar communications from Master Researcher Ajidica and Sardaukar commander Cando Garon, he was utterly confident in the viability of his synthetic spice.
Clearly, young Commander Cando Garon would never surrender, not even if he were the last man alive atop a mountain of dead comrades.
The man was quite a success story, and his son Cando seemed to be following in the old veteran's footsteps, commanding the secret legions stationed on Ix.
Commander Cando Garon ― son of the Emperor's Supreme Bashar Zum Garon ― frequently dined alone.
He knew that Imperial orders were meant to be carried out, never questioned ― and he had raised his talented son Cando to believe the same thing.