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Reno, NV -- U.S. city in Nevada
Population (2000): 180480
Housing Units (2000): 79453
Land area (2000): 69.113050 sq. miles (179.001970 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.224843 sq. miles (0.582340 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 69.337893 sq. miles (179.584310 sq. km)
FIPS code: 60600
Located within: Nevada (NV), FIPS 32
Location: 39.527110 N, 119.821812 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 89501 89502 89503 89506 89509 89510
89511 89512 89523
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Reno, NV
Reno, TX -- U.S. city in Texas
Population (2000): 2767
Housing Units (2000): 1089
Land area (2000): 3.784480 sq. miles (9.801758 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.005539 sq. miles (0.014346 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.790019 sq. miles (9.816104 sq. km)
FIPS code: 61592
Located within: Texas (TX), FIPS 48
Location: 33.669621 N, 95.472084 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Reno, TX
Reno -- U.S. County in Kansas
Population (2000): 64790
Housing Units (2000): 27625
Land area (2000): 1254.418256 sq. miles (3248.928230 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 16.835322 sq. miles (43.603282 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1271.253578 sq. miles (3292.531512 sq. km)
Located within: Kansas (KS), FIPS 20
Location: 38.004874 N, 98.018143 W
Reno, KS
Reno County
Reno County, KS
Reno (disambiguation)

Reno is the fourth most populous city in Nevada, US.

Reno may also refer to:

Reno (wrestler)

Richard "Rick" Cornell is an American retired professional wrestler, better known by the ring nameReno. He is best known for his appearances with World Championship Wrestling from 1999 to 2001, where he held the WCW Hardcore Championship.

Reno (river)

The Reno is a river of Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy. It is the tenth longest river in Italy (the sixth longest of those that flow directly into the sea) and the most important of the region apart from the Po.

It has a drainage basin of about . The annual average discharge at the mouth is about ; at the point the river start to flow in the Pianura Padana (Po River Plain), it amounts to about .

The highest values registered at the mouth have approached , but the typical value when the river is in flood is around . The minimal discharge reported is .

The river rises in the Le Lari massif of the province of Pistoia ( Tuscany) at about above sea level, from two streams that join near Le Piastre, in the comune of Pistoia. Its upper course marks the border between Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna and flows in a wooded area crossed by the Bologna-Porretta-Pistoia railway line (inaugurated in 1864 and one of the most outstanding for the time as for engineering effort). The upper course is characterized by several artificial reservoirs whose dams are used for hydro-electric energy production. The power produced in the basin of the Reno basin is second, for Apennine rivers, only to that of the Nera- Velino in Umbria.

It passes west of Bologna, at Casalecchio di Reno. In its lower course the Reno receives the water of numerous streams, some of which are seasonal. The most important include the Limentra, Silla, Setta, Samoggia, Idice, Sillaro, Santerno and Senio.

The Reno was a tributary of the Po until the middle of the 18th century when the course was diverted to lessen the risk of devastating floods. It now joins the Adriatic Sea near Casalborsetti, south-east of the Valli di Comacchio.

The name of the river has the same etymology as the name of the Rhine, as both derive from the same Celtic hydronym *Rēnos, the Reno basin being situated within Gallia Cisalpina, in what was the territory of Boii before the Roman conquest of 220 BC. In Italian both rivers are called Reno, and in Latin both were called Rhenus. In 43 BC the pact establishing the Second triumvirate was signed on an islet of the river near Bononia (Bologna). The river is mentioned by Dante Alighieri in Canto XVIII of his Inferno where he defines the Bolognesi as those "living between the Savena and the Reno".

Reno (Doug Supernaw song)

"Reno" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Doug Supernaw. It was released in May 1993 as the second single from his album Red and Rio Grande. It peaked at number 4 in the United States, and number 12 in Canada. It was his first top five hit, as well as his first top ten hit.

Reno (Nevada gaming area)

Reno is only 14 miles over the California border. The Nevada Gaming Commission groups it as one gaming region, with a total of five casinos earning more than $72 million in the last fiscal year. In other reports the Reno region is consolidated with the Sparks region which is only four miles farther east on Interstate 80.

Reno (1923 film)

Reno is a 1923 American silent melodrama produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures and was written and directed by Rupert Hughes. Hughes provided his own story to the film which followed his recently rediscovered Souls for Sale. The film stars Helene Chadwick and Lew Cody.

A print is preserved by MGM.

Reno (1939 film)

Reno is a 1939 film directed by John Farrow and starring Richard Dix, Gail Patrick and Anita Louise.

Reno (Dottie West song)

"Reno" is a song written by Ruby Allmond, and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West. It was released August 1968 as the first single from the album The Best of Dottie West. The song peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. In addition, "Reno" peaked at number 6 on the Canadian RPM Country chart.

Reno (surname)

Reno is the surname of:

  • Don Reno (1927–1984), American country musician
  • Ginette Reno (born 1946), French-Canadian author
  • Janet Reno (born 1938), former attorney general of the United States
  • Jean Reno (born 1948), French actor
  • Jesse L. Reno (1823–1862), American military general during the Mexican–American War, and the American Civil War
  • Jesse W. Reno (1861–1947), American inventor of the escalator
  • Marcus Reno (1834–1889), American cavalry officer, participated in the Battle of Little Big Horn
  • Mike Reno (born 1955), Canadian rock musician
  • Tony Reno (born 1963), Swedish rock musician
  • Walter E. Reno (1881–1917), American naval officer
  • Franklin (Frank), John, Simeon (Sim) and William (Bill) Reno, members of the Reno Gang (died 1868), an American Civil War criminal gang
  • Reno, American stand-up comedian
Reno (comedian)

Reno is an American stand-up comedian and actress known for such films as Quiz Show, The Manchurian Candidate, The Hard Way and Kinsey.

She also hosted her own 2001 reality documentary television series on Bravo called Citizen Reno which was produced by Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner.

Reno (1930 film)

Reno is a 1930 drama film directed by George J. Crone and starring silent serial queen Ruth Roland. It was produced and distributed by early sound era production studio Sono Art-World Wide Pictures. This is Roland's rare foray into a sound film. It would be followed by only one more talkie.

Usage examples of "reno".

There was a lapse of at least ten days between the receiving and the answering of that lettertime enough for an accomplice to pick it up in Rome, airmail it to Roy in Reno, get his airmail reply in Amsterdam, and remail it to you here.

Or any miner that comes wandering out of the Sierras, making their way to Reno or Virginia City.

The latter was an Indian trading-post, located on the mail route to Fort Reno, and only a few miles north of the Chisholm Crossing.

Reno is a cross between Disneyland and Gomorrah -- a living shrine to every obsessive-compulsive character disorder known to Homo americanus.

Reno was as thorough in caring for the animals as he was in caring for his weapons.

The Troupe was cam~ west of El Reno on Interstate 40, an area of red cliifs of crumbling sandstone, red soil, creek bottoms full of pecans and as p ens and festooned with honeysuckle, a place of goldenrod and winecup and coneflowers and trailing purple legume.

At six o'clock night before last I was in a beauty parlor in Reno, having a permanent wave.

She had sensed that about Reno the instant he sat down at her table in Canyon City.

For many years the Angels made their July Fourth Run to Reno, but after a dozen Angels destroyed a tavern in 1960, the Biggest Little City in the World passed a law making it illegal for more than two motorcyclists to ride together inside the city limits.

Reno, Put Collings, Blackie Whalen, Hank O'Marra, and a little lame guy called Step-and-a-Half.

The credit bureau in Reno hasn't come through with a report on him yet, but Dad's friend expects it tomorrow.

As it slanted down to the stone maze, the land changed, rising slowly on either side of the dry wash Reno had chosen to follow.

Like Fort Cobb to the northwest or Fort Reno due north, Fort Sill had been built more as a small town for lots of soldiers than what Eastern folks pictured when they thought of a frontier outpost.

We’ve been playing Reno, Vegas, Tahoe, Gardena and some Lake Michigan cruise boats that feature gambling.

There are patent attorneys in Reno who swear that Manfred Macx is a pseudo, a net alias fronting for a bunch of crazed anonymous hackers armed with the Genetic Algorithm That Ate Calcutta: a kind of Serdar Argic of intellectual property, or maybe another Bourbaki math borg.