Camino

[Oderzo] Cover from `Shakespeare on Film, Television and Radio: The Researcher`s Guide` published by the BUFVC in London in 2009. The cover image was licensed from Ronald Grant Archive and the artwork for the cover created by Frantic Design for the BUFVC. It appears on the BUFVC homepage at: http://bufvc.ac.uk/publications/books/shakespeare
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Camino

[film] The film is controversial because Alexia`s siblings said it was a distortion of the girl`s history. They also objected to Fesser`s use of Alexia`s full name in his dedication, despite him having undertaken not to directly identify her. He calls her Camino (`the way`) in the film, referencing `the way` to sainthood she apparently unde
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Camino

[band] Camino (styled as camino) is a Japanese rock band which has released multiple singles and albums, as well as performed songs for the soundtracks of anime, dramas, and other Japanese programming. Their single `Story` has been used as the first opening theme for Tomica Hero: Rescue Force. Their next single, `The Life`, is used as the s
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Camino

[disambiguation] Camino, is an Internet web browser for OS X. Camino may also refer to: == Places == == Music == == People == == Other == ...
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Camino

Camino (from the Spanish word camino meaning `path`) was a free, open source, GUI-based Web browser based on Mozilla`s Gecko layout engine and specifically designed for the OS X operating system. In place of an XUL-based user interface used by most Mozilla-based applications, Camino used Mac-native Cocoa APIs. On May 30, 2013, the Camino Projec...
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