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How to use chino in a sentence
While El Chino remained in custody, somebody maintained a Facebook page in his name.
Yuriana Castillo turned out to be another El Chino girlfriend who bears some resemblance to Kardashian.
She recovered and was soon seen in the company of El Chino Antrax, emperor of the Los Antrax hit squad.
Several were of pairs of custom-made sneakers that say “Chino” on the back of the left and “Antrax” on the back of the right.
He wrote that she would have to be giving information without her head after El Chino removed it.
But in the realm of foreign affairs the most striking event was the Chino-Japanese war.Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. IV of IV.|Charles L. Graves
The Chino family still exists, near Trent and has never spoken anything but Italian.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
We bought a cow here to kill, and used the meat either fresh or dried, and then went on to the Williams, or Chino ranch.Death Valley in '49|William Lewis Manly
The town has sprung up within recent years, about the time of the Chino-Japanese war.
In the marshy ground at Chino they were found under leaves and stones and were very abundant on the poplar trees.