keno

[ UK /kˈiːnə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈkinoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a game in which numbered balls are drawn at random and players cover the corresponding numbers on their cards
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  • The Washington Post reports on a case in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » GPS as Stalking Weapon
  • All forms of classical orthodoxy either explicitly reject or reject in principle kenotic theology.
  • From this he developed Ikenobo, the Japan's oldest school of Ikebana, literally translated as ‘The Way of the Flower’.
  • The pharisaical, malefic, and incogitant Guidelines for Bias-Free Writing is a product of the pointy-headed wowsers at the Association of American University Presses who established a Task Force on Bias-Free Language filled with cranks, pokenoses, blowhards, four-flushers, and pettifogs. P.J. O’Wowser
  • The question is whether those of us who are concerned about tradition and innovation in Anglicanism are ready for the needed metanoia and kenosis and thus to be vulnerable in the process.
  • Gaming amenities include over 900 state-of-the-art slot machines, 30 table games, keno and a sports book.
  • There was a T-shaped machine made in Kenosha selling for 5.00 in 1890-something. Flamingo (Pink) Hunting
  • Living the mystery of kenosis is living for eternal life - a life we cannot fully imagine, the life that God alone gives through the kenosis of Christ and of the Church.
  • At the end of one cycle of time, they say, we experience kenosis, an emptying.
  • For those of us who fulfill our baptismal call to follow Jesus in and through the sacrament of matrimony, kenosis is the call to a self-emptying or dying to our needs, hopes, and expectations.
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