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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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Central City Historic District

The historical district of the Central city may refer to: Central City - Black Hawk Historic District, Central City, CO, listed on the NRHP in Colorado. Saginaw Central City Expansion District, Saginaw, Michigan, listed ON the nrhp in Michigan. C ...

                                               

RHHS

RHHS can refer to: Richmond Hill High School Queens, in new York. Richmond Hill High School disambiguation, multiple schools. Ribston Hall secondary school, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Randolph Henry High School, Charlotte Court House, Virgi ...

                                               

Middlefield

Middlefield may refer to: Scotland Middlefield, Aberdeen. (Миддлфилд, Абердин) Middlefield, Falkirk. (Миддлфилд, Фолкерк) United States Middlefield, Ohio. (Миддлфилд, Штат Огайо) Middlefield, Connecticut. (Миддлфилд, Коннектикут) Middlefield, New ...

                                               

Camp Arrowhead

Camp arrow may refer to: Camp arrowhead Missouri, a scout camp for boys and cubs in Marshfield, Missouri, operated by the Ozark trails Council. Camp Arrowhead Washington, a girl scout camp in Stevenson, Washington. Camp Arrowhead Tuxedo, North Ca ...

                                               

Banks House

Banks house may refer to: Gale-Banks House, Waltham, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts. E. Sybbill Banks House, Waltham, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts. Banks-Mack House, Fort Mill, South Carolina, listed on t ...

                                               

Avon Park

Avon Park may refer to: Avon Park lakes, Florida, a nearby unincorporated community. Avon Park historic district, a district listed on the national register of historic places. Avon Park, Florida, is a city in highlands County, Florida, United St ...

                                               

WPNS

Wpns can refer to: WPVQ AM, a 700 AM radio station licensed to serve Orange-Athol, Massachusetts, United States, which held the call sign WPN from 1987 to 1988. WPNS AM, a radio station 1140 AM licensed to serve Destin, Florida, United States. We ...

                                               

Terry Whitmore

Terry Whitmore was born on March 6, 1947 and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. He graduated from high school and joined the Marines in the fall of 1966. Whitmore assumed that he would have been drafted anyway, and voluntary enlistment meant that he ...

                                               

Spruce Creek

Spruce Creek may refer to: in florida: Spruce Creek high school, a high school located in port orange. Spruce Creek airport, a fleet located in port orange. Spruce Creek in Florida, a stream that flows through port orange and new Smyrna beach. in ...

                                               

Blalock

Blalock can refer to: Blalock, Oregon, a former community in the United States of America. Lake Blalock, a reservoir in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Last Name Blalock. (Фамилия Блалок) Blalock, Georgia, an unincorporated community.

                                               

Discount

The discount may refer to: Discount band, a punk rock band that formed in Vero beach, Florida, in 1995 and disbanded in 2000. The song "discounts", a 2020 single by American rapper Cupcakke. Entitled works. (Озаглавленные произведения) Discount f ...

                                               

Howle

Howl is a last name. Notable people with this name include: Victoria hole, American mathematician. John hole, an American College football player, starred in the 1954 Sun Bowl. Emmett hole, American College football player for the 2015 Citadel Bu ...

                                               

Orange Bowl (disambiguation)

The orange bowl is an annual College football game. The orange bowl may also refer to: Orange Bowl tennis, an ITF Grade A, USTA Level 1 junior tennis tournament held in Key Biscayne, Florida, with age categories of 18 and under 19 and 16 years, a ...

                                               

Stickney House

Sticky House may refer to: in the United States by state, then city Stickney-Shepard House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Middlesex County. Charles H.s House. Stickney, Pueblo, Colorado, listed on the national register of histor ...

                                               

Harrisburg High School

Harrisburg High school may refer to: Harrisburg High school of Missouri, located in harrisburg, Missouri. Harrisburg technical High school, located in harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Harrisburg High School Arkansas, located in harrisburg, Arkansas. Har ...

                                               

Clodoaldo Soto Ruiz

He has taught Quechua for more than 25 years at the University of Illinois. He has published dictionaries, a grammar book on Quechua Ayacucho, articles, and his Quechua teaching manual, which is widely used by many students and teachers around th ...

                                               

Cutright

Cutright can refer to: Paul Russell Cutwright, American historian and biologist. Jane Cutwright, editor of the Petersburg observer newspaper in Petersburg, Illinois. Simon Cutwright (born Simon Rex, July 20, 1974) is an American actor and rapper. ...

                                               

WAVQ

WAVQ can refer to: WSTK, a radio station 104.5 FM licensed to serve Aurora, North Carolina, United States, which held the call sign WAVQ from November 2008 to February 2009. WAVQ AM, a radio station 1400 AM licensed to serve Jacksonville, North C ...

                                               

Kurt Lightner

Kurt lightner is an artist who works in various media, including graphics, as well as performance art. He is originally from Des Moines, Iowa, and currently resides in Gothenburg, Sweden. He did the cover art for "Making God Smile: an Artists Tri ...

                                               

ACHS

ASF may refer to: American school: Argo Community High School, Summit, Illinois. Adolfo Camarillo High School, Camarillo, California. Arlington Catholic High School, Arlington, Massachusetts. Antioch Community High School, Antioch, Illinois. Arch ...

                                               

Kirk House

Kirk house may refer to: In the United States ordered by state The nrhp-listed William Kirk house in Turbotville, Pennsylvania. Kirks nrhp-listed cottage complex in Moab, Utah. Kirk House Narrowsburg, New York, listed on the NRHP in Sullivan Coun ...

                                               

Buffalo station

Buffalo station could refer to: Buffalo Central station, a historic former railroad station in Buffalo, new York, United States. Buffalo railway station, a former railway station in South Gippsland, Victoria, Canada. Lehigh valley terminal, a des ...

                                               

Cedar Point (disambiguation)

Canada Cedar point provincial Park, named after a point of the same name On Quesnel lake in British Columbias Caribou region. Cedar point, Ontario, one of two communities in the province of Ontario. United States Cedar Point, Kosciusko County, In ...

                                               

Justice Carter

Judge Carter can refer to: Edward F. Carter, an associate justice of the Nebraska Supreme court. Ben Carter Arkansas, an associate justice of the Arkansas Supreme court. Jesse W. Carter, associate justice of the California Supreme court. Jesse F. ...

                                               

Oakwood Historic District

Oakwood historic district may refer to: Oakwood Historic District Raleigh, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina. Oakwood Hickory historic district, North Carolina, listed ON the nrhp in North Carolina. The historic district of Oak ...

                                               

Emery House

Emery house and its variations may refer to: James emery house, Bucksport, me, listed ON the nrhp in Maine. Emery house Highpine, Maine, listed On the Maine red list. William H.s House. Emery Jr., Elmhurst, Illinois, listed ON the nrhp in Illinoi ...

                                               

Lincolnshire (disambiguation)

Lincolnshire is a County located mainly in the East Midlands, and partly in the area of Yorkshire and the Humber, England, to which it may also refer: Lincolnshire poaching numbers station, a shortwave radio station. Lincolnshire, West Virginia, ...

                                               

69th Regiment

69th regiment may refer to: 69th new York infantry regiment, an infantry unit of the United States army. 69th armored regiment, an armored unit of the United States army. 69th South Lincolnshire infantry, an infantry regiment of the British army. ...

                                               

Melrose Park

in Australia: Melrose Park, New South Wales. Melrose Park, South Australia. In The United States Of America: Melrose Park, Pennsylvania. (Мелроуз-Парк, Пенсильвания) Melrose Park, New York. Melrose Park, Florida. (Мелроуз-Парк, Флорида) Melrose P ...

                                               

WMVN

WMVN can refer to: WXOS, a 101.1 FM radio station licensed to East St. Louis, Illinois, United States, which used the call sign WMVN from 2006 to 2008. WZAM, a radio station 970 AM licensed to Ishpeming, Michigan, United States, which used the ca ...

                                               

Plainfield High School

Plainfield high school may refer to: Plainfield High School Illinois. South Plainfield High School (Средняя Школа Южного Плейнфилда) - South Plainfield, New Jersey. North Plainfield High School (Средняя Школа Северного Плейнфилда) - North Plainfi ...

                                               

Morton House

Morton house or Morton mansion may refer to: Asher Morton manor, Paris, Illinois, listed ON the nrhp in Illinois. William Morton House, Lexington, KY, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky. Morton house, Norwood, Pennsylvania, listed ON the nrhp in Penn ...

                                               

Wayne High School

Wayne high school may refer to: Wayne High School Utah in Bicknell, Utah. Wayne Ohio high school in Huber heights, Ohio. Wayne County Georgia high school in Jesup, Georgia. Wayne County high school of Kentucky in Monticello, Kentucky. Wayne memor ...

                                               

Rocky Run

Rocky Run may refer to: Rocky run East Fork is a tributary of the Black river, a stream in Wisconsin. Rocky Run, Indiana, an unincorporated community in Park County, Indiana, United States. Rocky run is a tributary of Brandywine Creek, a stream i ...

                                               

Peters House

Peters house may refer to: Peters-Graham House, Greensboro, PA, NRHP-listed. John Claus Peters House, Fort Wayne, IN, NRHP-listed. Walker-Peters-Langdon House, Columbus, GA, listed ON the nrhp in Georgia. Peters House Milford, Pennsylvania, nrhp- ...

                                               

Polygonal Barn

by state then by city W. J. Buck Polygonal Barn, Diagonal, Iowa, nrhp-listed. Thomas Reburn Polygonal Barn, New Albin, Iowa, nrhp-listed. Thomas Johnson Polygonal Barn, Wellman, Iowa, NRHP-listed. Ben Colter Polygonal Barn, St. Marys Township, Ad ...

                                               

Schmidt House

Schmidt house may refer to: in the United States by States Charles J. and Clara B. Schmidt House, Jefferson City, Missouri, nrhp-listed. Mueller-Schmidt house, Dodge city, Kansas, listed ON the nrhp in Kansas. F. Jacob Schmidt House, Davenport, I ...

                                               

Hughes House

Hughes house may refer to: Martin Hughes House, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Hughes house Houston, Texas, former childhood Home of Howard Hughes, today part of the University of St. Thomas campus. Hughes House Elk Rapids, Mi. Thomas H. Hughes House, Joh ...

                                               

Newton High School

Newton high school may refer to: Newton High School Kansas (Ньютонская Средняя Школа Канзас) - Newton, Kansas. North Newton Junior-Senior High School-Morocco, Indiana. Newton High School Illinois-Newton, Illinois. Newton High School Texas-Newton, ...

                                               

St. Peters Catholic Church

St. Peters Catholic Church or St. Peters Catholic Church may refer to: St. Peters Catholic Church Canton, Ohio. St. Peters bluffs Catholic Church Council, Iowa, listed ON the nrhp in Iowa. St. Peter and St. Joseph Catholic churches, Oconto, Wisco ...

                                               

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church may refer to: Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church and parsonage in Poughkeepsie, new York. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, a Church in the histori ...

                                               

Cowles House

Cowles house may refer to: in the United States by States Cowles, George H and Alice Spaulding, House, Osceola, IA, listed on the NRHP in Iowa. Cowles House East Lansing, Michigan state University. General George Cowles house, Farmington, CT, lis ...

                                               

Union Block

Union Block can refer to: in the United States Union Block Saline, Michigan, listed ON the nrhp in Michigan. Union block of Nundah, new York, listed on the NRHP in new York. Union block of Oskaloosa, Kansas, listed ON the nrhp in Kansas. Union bl ...

                                               

West Union

West Union may refer to several places in the United States: West Union, Illinois. (West Union, Иллинойс) West Union, Missouri. (Вест Юнион, Миссури) West Union, Indiana. (Вест Юнион, Индиана) West Union, South Carolina. West Union, Minnesota. (В ...

                                               

Memorial Union

Memorial Union may refer to: Coffman memorial Union at the University of Minnesota-twin cities in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Memorial Union of the University of Missouri at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. Iowa state University memo ...

                                               

Grimes House

Grimes house may refer to: in the United States by state, then city Grimes Homestead Mountain Lakes, Нью-Джерси, NRHP-listed. Felix Grimes house, Owensboro, Kentucky, NRHP-listed in Daviess County. Grimes house Hillsboro, Texas, NRHP-listed in hi ...

                                               

Pilgrim Congregational Church

by States Pilgrim Congregational Church of Taunton, Massachusetts, nrhp-listed. Pilgrim Congregational Church of Cleveland, Ohio, NRHP-listed. Pilgrim Congregational Church Of Duluth, Minnesota. Pilgrim Congregational Church Oklahoma City, Оклахо ...

                                               

Rockwell House

Rockwell house may refer to: in the United States by state, then city Stoddard Rockwell house, Lumpkin, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Stewart County. Perkins-Rockwell House, Norwich, Connecticut, nrhp-listed, also known as the Dr. John Rockwell ...

                                               

Brookside Park

Brookside Park may refer to: Brookside Park, Los Angeles, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, United States. Brookside Park, a City Park in Ames, Iowa, United States. Brookside Park, a Park in Old Brooklyn, Cleveland, Ohio. Brookside Park ...

                                               

Mount Zion Church

by state, then city / town Mount Zion Church in DECATUR, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Meigs County. Mount Zion brick Church, Barada, Nebraska, listed on the NRHP in Richardson County. MT. Zion Church and Elkhorn cemetery, Tennessee, listed on ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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