any of several whitefishes of the genus Coregonus, of the Great Lakes and smaller lakes of eastern North America.
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How to use cisco in a sentence
cisco founders Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner have reportedly given 70 percent of the $170 million they earned to animal welfare.Why Isn't Silicon Valley Doing More to Fight Ebola? | Abby Haglage | October 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
cisco Systems, the most valuable company in the world in March 2000, has lost 70 percent of its value.Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Finally Out After a 13-Year Reign | Daniel Gross | August 23, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ten days ago—a few days after the planned first broadcast of the Panorama documentary—NDS was sold to cisco for $5 billion.
They also brought in a new CEO, Tony Bates, a veteran cisco executive, who got the company running more smoothly.
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In the cisco Lake Region there are many lakes, mostly small, but several of a length of one to three miles.
In the cisco Lake Region a few of the areas of timber killed by the raising of the water-level have grown up to cat-tail swamps.
Nine individuals were shot while they were flying over the lakes in the cisco Lake Region.
Several times one was seen in daylight about the camp in the cisco Lake Region, and several were trapped during daylight hours.
Muskrats are numerous in the cisco Lake Region, and five specimens were taken.
British Dictionary definitions for cisco
any of various whitefish, esp Coregonus artedi, of cold deep lakes of North America: Also called: lake herring
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