Is it farther or further?
City in western Nevada.
Note: Known for its gambling casinos and, in the first half of the twentieth century, for easily obtained divorces.
: Today a boarded-up construction site, tomorrow a reno Parthenonnoun
A renovated house: Buying an off-the-rack reno is expensive and not very adventurous (1970s+ Canadian)
city, seat (1907) of Canadian county, central Oklahoma, U.S., on the North Canadian River, immediately west of Oklahoma City. Settled in 1889 when the Rock Island Railroad arrived, the town was named for old Fort Reno (established as a fort in 1875), itself named for Union General Jesse L. Reno, who died at the Battle of Antietam during the Civil War. The restored fort now houses a livestock experiment station and the Chisholm Trail Museum.