Kano

(from the article `Hausa language`) ...is the official language of northern Nigeria and is used throughout much of western Africa as a second language. The two most important Hausa ...
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Kano

historic kingdom and traditional emirate in northern Nigeria. According to the Kano Chronicle (1890s), the best-known native history of the Hausa ... [1 related articles]
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Kano

state, northern Nigeria. It was formed in 1968 from Kano province, and in 1991 its northeastern portion was split off to form Jigawa state. It ... [3 related articles]
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Kano

city and capital of Kano state, northern Nigeria, on the Jakara River. It was traditionally founded by Kano, a blacksmith of the Gaya tribe who in ... [4 related articles]
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Kano

Kano is a Japanese boy name. The meaning of the name is `Water God` The name Kano doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Kano seems to be unique!
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Kano

Kano (kä'nō) , family or school of Japanese painters. Kano Masanobu,. c.1434–c.1530, the forerunner of the school, was attached to the shogun Yoshimasa's court. He painted landscapes, birds, and figure pieces, chiefly in ink with occasional touches of pale tints. His work is Jap...
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Kano

Kano (kä'nō) , city (1991 est. pop. 595,000), N Nigeria. It is the trade and shipping center for an agricultural region where cotton, cattle, and about half of Nigeria's peanuts are raised. Kano is the major industrial center of N Nigeria; peanut flour and oil, cotton textiles, steel ...
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Kano

Capital of Kano state in northern Nigeria, trade centre of an irrigated area; population (2007 est) 3,848,900. Kano is a major centre for the groundnut and cattle trade. Products of local industry include rolled steel, bicycles, assembled motor vehicles, glass, furniture, textiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, office equipment, flour, and vegeta...
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KANO

KANO (91.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Hilo, Hawaii. The station is owned by Hawaii Public Radio, and airs for HPR`s Classical music and news and talk service. ...
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Kano

[rapper] Kane Robinson (born 21 May 1985), better known as Kano, is an English rapper and actor. ==Biography== ===2000–2003: early years / Nasty Crew=== He attended Langdon Secondary School with his best friend, Raghav, achieving a diploma in graphic design, having a flair for visual communication and graphic publicity. In his younger yea...
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Kano

[disambiguation] Kano is a city in Nigeria, and the capital of Kano State. Kano may also refer to: ==People== ==Places== ==Other uses== ...
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Kano

[Mortal Kombat] Out of the seven original series characters, Kano has featured the least in the Mortal Kombat games, though he was among the eleven characters who represented the franchise in the 2008 crossover game Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. He has also appeared in alternate media such as the 1995 Mortal Kombat film, the 1996 animated ...
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Kano

[computer] A month-long Kickstarter campaign initiated in November 2013 raised over $1.5 million, and helped launch the mass production of the device. Kano is the most crowdfunded learning invention ever and Kickstarter`s fourth most-funded design project. Backers included Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Str...
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