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fem. proper name, Spanish form of Agnes (q.v.).

Inez, KY -- U.S. city in Kentucky
Population (2000): 466
Housing Units (2000): 253
Land area (2000): 0.655897 sq. miles (1.698766 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.655897 sq. miles (1.698766 sq. km)
FIPS code: 39430
Located within: Kentucky (KY), FIPS 21
Location: 37.866431 N, 82.539058 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Inez, KY
Inez, TX -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Texas
Population (2000): 1787
Housing Units (2000): 684
Land area (2000): 59.543860 sq. miles (154.217884 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.047348 sq. miles (0.122631 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 59.591208 sq. miles (154.340515 sq. km)
FIPS code: 35996
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 28.875316 N, 96.794120 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 77968
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Inez, TX

Ines Reingold-Tali, known by her stage names Inéz, Inèz or Inez, is an Estonian new media artist, musician, composer and writer on sound art, noise, electronic music, glitch and digital culture. She lives and works in Finland. Since mid-1990's she has belonged to a new generation of composers in Finland interested in experimental interdisciplinary art projects and electronic music. Her repertoire includes electroacoustic chamber music, experimental, electronic and film music. She has been engaged in commissioned projects in the fields of electroacoustic, contemporary chamber music and experimental music, in different audiovisual art projects, video art, poetry, performance, theater, short films and radio-art. Her compositions have been broadcast internationally on various radio stations and television channels in many European countries, Australia, Canada and the USA. Her works have been published on solo-albums and international compilations by various labels, incl. K-tel International, FG Music/ Naxos, YOCOMA, YAP and Charm of Sound. She has been nominated to participate in various international festivals, exhibitions and conferences, Florence Biennale (Biennale Internazionale dell’arte Contemporânea di Firenze) 2007 in Italy, LACDA International Juried Competition Winners Show (award) at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art in USA 2007, 30e Festival International des Musiques Syntheses 2000 in France and international conferences on musicology, among others.

Ines Reingold-Tali is also a media theoretician with a focus on noise and glitch aesthetics, digital art, postdigitalism, visual music, immersive art experience and intuition in the context of creative art and composition process.

Inez (disambiguation)

Inez may refer to:

  • Inez, a woman's given name
  • Inez (singer), Danish singer
  • Inéz, Estonian artist
  • Inez, Kentucky, United States
  • Inez, Nebraska
  • Inez, Texas, United States
  • Inez, West Virginia
Other uses
  • Hurricane Inez
  • Inez (novel), by Carlos Fuentes
Inez (singer)
''Not to be confused with the Canadian R&B singer Inez Jasper, who also goes by Inez

Inez (born Tina Inez Gavilanes Granda, 15 October 1977 on Frederiksberg) is a Danish singer.

Her musical style can be described as dance music, with pop, club and Latin elements. She primarily sings in English, but often incorporates Spanish words and phrases in her songs.

In Scandinavia she is best known for her debut single "Stronger", which was played frequently in clubs across the Scandinavian countries throughout 2006. The single has subsequently been signed to Tommy Boy Records for a United States release. "Stronger" hit #7 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in October 2007. "Stronger" and her following singles have all received airplay on Danish radio stations as well as a number of radio stations across Europe.

Inez (novel)

Inez is a 2001 novel by the Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes.

Usage examples of "inez".

After a hefty dose of cajolement coupled with money for hamburgers and milkshakes, Caron and Inez abandoned their classmates and left for the hospital.

Gerald Burke and Inez de Ribaldo were married in the little church, Geoffrey Vickars being the only witness.

The sophomore float proved to be “Make Baked Beans of the Bantams,” which Caron and Inez found, amidst giggles and snorts, Too Juvenile for words.

The _Daily News_ showed photos: Central Avenue swarmed by placard-waving boogies, the house Exley bought Inez Soto.

LAPD issued a press release--a detailpacked doozie on Inez Soto's 1953 gang rape accompanied by a heartwarming rendition of how Captain Ed Exley helped her rebuild her life.

Inez Arpin, the studious type whose name does not matter, and all the others who came under the classification of chrono-experts were trying to unscramble their brains at the bizarre progression of events in TimeSep Central, matters were already out of their hands.

Inez shivered and reached to close the door on the chilling sea breeze.

Inez had just finished a C-section and could come to the phone in a jiffy.

He remained in seclusion at his house in Laguna Beach, attended to by his friend and aide Inez Soto.

Mama Luz, Mama Theresa, Mama Carmen, Mama Ida, Mama Inez (from the song of the same name), were all bona fide madams and could all be counted on for the discreet payoff.

As it is, I have the chance of being put out of the way if it is discovered that Inez and I are fond of each other.

There was the smell of mothballs in the closet, and the smell of saddle soap, but, even stronger, there was the smell of Inez Scull, who was not cautious in her behaviour with him--not cautious at all.

While Cavriani, Inez, and Idelette watched with fascination, they sank deeply into shop talk, digressed into the fact that they both missed jogging even though it really wasn't necessary in a world where most people walked everywhere they went, and then meandered into children.

Arrives at Santa Inez Island and tows the Lady Flamborough away from the glacier.