Definition of Kinemas
1. kinema [n] - See also: kinema
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kinemas
Literary usage of Kinemas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Philosophy of Change by Daniel Pomeroy Rhodes (1909)
"If T equal the number of kinemas in all time, ... the nearer have they approached to its realisation which takes place once in T kinemas. ..."
2. The Equipment of the Workers: An Enquiry (1919)
"THE kinemas. Though no other agency affects so universally the lives of English people, educationists have so far made no serious attempt to utilize the ..."
3. "Pussyfoot" Johnson, Crusader--reformer--a Man Among Men by Frederick Arthur McKenzie (1920)
"We'll bill the place and buy space in the local newspapers and show films at the kinemas, and give addresses. Why, we're over here to get behind all your ..."
4. My Secret Service: Vienna--Sophia--Constantinople--Nish--Belgrade--Asia by Man who dined with the Kaiser (1916)
"It has at once closed theatres, cafes, kinemas, and all other places of amusement. Nearly all the shops are closed. With the cutting off of the coal supply ..."