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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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San Antonio Creek

San Antonio Creek can refer to any of the following waterways in California, United States: San Antonio Creek, Santa Clara County, Northwest Creek. San Antonio Creek in Marin County, California, a stream in Marin and SONOMA counties. San Antonio ...

                                               

Union Bridge

Union bridge may refer to: in Australia Union bridge, Albury, bridge over the river Murray. in Canada Union bridge, Ottawa, the name of a former bridge over the Ottawa river. in the United Kingdom Union bridge tweed, a bridge over the river tweed ...

                                               

Briar Creek

Briar Creek is the Susquehanna river, a stream in Columbia County, Pennsylvania. West branch Briar Creek, a stream in Pennsylvania. Briar Creek Township, Columbia County, Pennsylvania. Briar Creek, Pennsylvania, district of Columbia. Briar Creek, ...

                                               

List of lakes of Ontario: A

Abbott Lake Kenora District. Abramsky Kanarski Lake District. Aber Lake. Lake Abams. (Озеро Абамс) Abbot Lake. (Аббат Лейк) Lake Abamasagi. (Озеро Абамасаги) Aaron Lake Kenora District. Lake Abate. (Озеро Абате) Lake Abbotsford. (Озеро Эбботсфорд ...

                                               

Poplar River

Poplar river may refer to: Manitoba. (Манитоба) Poplar River Manitoba. (Тополиная Река Манитоба) Canada. (Канада) Poplar river first nation, a first Nations community on the banks of the river in Manitoba. Poplar is a river in Manitoba whose head ...

                                               

William Challoner

William Challoner was a famous Bristol slave trader in the 18th century. The origin of the challoners is unclear, but it is known that he came from a large and prosperous Bristol family of the same name. He may have been the son or grandson of Ro ...

                                               

Tiverton

Tiverton usually refers to: Tiverton, Devon, a city in England. Tiverton can also refer to: in Canada: Tiverton, Nova Scotia, a village famous for its balancing rock". Tiverton, Ontario, a village. in the UK: Tiverton, Cheshire, a village. Tivert ...

                                               

Richmond Road

Richmond road may refer to: Richmond road is any of at least 18 roads with this name In London, England. Richmond road, North Devon, a closed railway station. Richmond Road Dublin. (Ричмонд Роуд Дублин) Richmond Road, Sydney. (Ричмонд-Роуд, Сидне ...

                                               

North Wales Coast West Football League

The North Wales Coast West Football League is a football League in Wales, at levels 4 and 5 of the Welsh football League System in North Wales, founded in 2020. The League is controlled by the North Wales coast Football Association. The League re ...

                                               

Camp Roosevelt

Roosevelts camp maybe: Camp Roosevelt, Chesapeake. (Кэмп Рузвельт, Чесапик) Camp Roosevelt, Stalag VI-a, Hemer. Camp Roosevelt, Culebra, Puerto Rico. Camp Roosevelt, Gettysburg battle camps after the American Civil war. Camp Roosevelt, Irondale S ...

                                               

Mount Rainier (disambiguation)

Mount Rainier may refer to Mount Rainier train, formerly an Amtrak train. Mount Rainier Wilderness, a designated wilderness area in mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier national Park, where the volcano is located. Mount Rainier scenic railw ...

                                               

Nantahala

Nantahala may refer to: Lake Nantahala, a lake in Macon County, North Carolina, in the United States of America. USS Nantahala, the name of more than one United States Navy ship. The Nantahala Outdoor Center, a commercial outdoor guide and retail ...

                                               

Ochoco

Ochoko may refer to the following places in the U.S. state of Oregon: Ochoko state scenic overlook, a state Park located in the Ochoko mountains. Ochoco dam, the dam along the Creek Ochoco. Ochoko Creek, a stream in the Ochoko mountains. The Ocho ...

                                               

Richard Norris Brooke

Richard Norris Brooke was an American artist, known especially for his genre scenes depicting African-American subjects. He has been described as the first among several artists who have brought national distinction to the Washington art communit ...

                                               

Terry Rogers (Georgia politician)

Rogers was first elected to represent district 10 in the Georgia House of representatives in a special election in 2011. He won four re-elections unopposed and announced that he will not seek re-election in 2020. Rogers currently serves on the fo ...

                                               

Richard H. Smith

Richard H. Smith is an American politician. He is a Republican who represents district 134 in the Georgia House of representatives.

                                               

Bobby Davidson (footballer)

Robert trimming Davidson was a Scottish footballer who played as an inside forward for St Bernards, St Johnstone, Arsenal and Coventry city.

                                               

Kim Ahlroos

Ahlroos started his career at hometown club HIFK, coming through the Junior ranks before making his SM-liiga debut in the 1990-91 season. During this time, Ahlruos also spent time on loan at another Helsinki club, Karhu-Kissat. After 4 years at H ...

                                               

2005–06 in Australian soccer

The 2005 FIFA club world Cup was held from 11 to 18 December 2005. FC Sydney qualified as the winner of the 2005 OFC Club Championship.

                                               

1958–59 Kansas State Wildcats mens basketball team

The 1958-59 Kansas State Wildcats mens basketball team represented Kansas state University as a member of the Big 8 conference during the 1958-59 NCAA University Division mens basketball season. The head coach was Tex winter, an innovator of the ...

                                               

Southern Miss Golden Eagles basketball statistical leaders

Southern Miss Golden Eagles basketball statistical leaders are the individual statistical leaders of the southern Miss Golden Eagles basketball program in various categories, including points, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. In these areas ...

                                               

Panthers Stadium

Panther stadium may refer to: Panther stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, home of the Clark Atlanta University Panthers. Panthers stadium, commercial name of Penrith stadium, Sydney. Panther stadium Field at Blackshear Stadium in Prairie view, Texas, th ...

                                               

David Wilson (footballer, born 1881)

David Wilson was a Scottish footballer who played as a left-back. Born in Fife, he initially played for local teams including Cowdenbeath and East Fife, as well as a spell in England with Gainsborough Trinity, before joining Heart of Midlothian i ...

                                               

Stockyard

Barnyard landing, original name of Arabi, Louisiana. Barnyard, Queensland, Australia, a locality in the Shire of Livingston. Barnyards, a nickname for the Northwest quadrant of junction, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Barnyards, California, a former town.

                                               

2019 Vissel Kobe season

The 2019 Vissel Kobe season was Vissel Kobes sixth consecutive season in the J1 League after being promoted to the top flight in 2013 and their 21st J1 League season overall. The club also participated in the 2019 Emperors Cup, the 2019 j-League ...

                                               

2005–06 Deportivo Toluca F.C. season

The 2005-06 season was Tolucas 88th season in existence and their 53rd consecutive season in the top flight of Mexican football. The club participated in the apertura and torneo Clausura tournaments of the Mexican Primera division, as well as in ...

                                               

1965–66 Real Madrid CF season

The 1965-66 season was the 63rd season of existence of the real Madrid football club and the 34th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football.

                                               

Watkins Skylark

The Watkins Skylark was an American low-wing, cantilever two-seat aircraft designed for private and club use. The big expected production in 1930 ended early when the company collapsed in the Great depression, and only five or six were registered.

                                               

LCFC

LCFC can stand for: Little Common F. C., an English football club. Lowest overall crime factorial, modern mathematical form, criminal justice. Liverpool County football Association, English football League. Lichfield city F. C., an English footba ...

                                               

2005 Banka Koper Slovenia Open

The 2005 Banka Koper Slovenia Open was a womens tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts. It was the first edition of the Slovenian Open and was part of the WTA tier IV tournaments of the 2005 womens professional tennis season. It was held ...

                                               

Karl Deichmann

Karl Deichmann was a German trade unionist and politician. Born in Uslar, Deichman was orphaned at an early age and went to work in a cigar factory at the age of 11. He moved to Bremen in 1884 and soon joined the Social democratic party of German ...

                                               

Asociația Tradiția Militara

Asociaiaia Tradiția Militara is a Romanian reconstruction of the first world war, associated with the Romanian Land forces. It was founded by history enthusiasts in 2004. He annually participated in the military parade of the Romanian Armed Force ...

                                               

Sidney Hill Cottage Homes

Sidney Hill Cottage Homes, officially known as Sidney Hill Churchill Wesleyan Cottage Homes, is a grade II listed Wesleyan cottage homes in the village of Churchill in North Somerset. It was opened in December 1907 to provide furnished housing fo ...

                                               

Richard Allen (publisher)

He was born on 29 December 1814, the son of Edward Allen 1788-1863 of Leicester and Sarah Townsend 1792-1941. He married first Catherine Morris 1816-2 on October 1837, and they had one child. Sarah Elizabeth Allen 1837-1929. He married secondly M ...

                                               

Modern Style (British Art Nouveau style)

The modern style or Glasgow style was an art style that lasted from the 1880s until 1914. It was an art Nouveau style that, unlike the rest of the world, was autochthonous to the UK, thanks to its roots in the Arts and crafts movement. Britain no ...

                                               

Nicholas Nickleby (1977 TV series)

Anne Riddler in the role of Mrs. Squeers. Peter Burke in the role Smyka. Edward Burnham as Mr. Lelevich. Paul Curran as Arthur Gride. Freddie Jones as Mr. Vincent Crummles. Malcolm reed in the role of Mr. Alfred Mantalini. Hilary Mason as Mrs Nic ...

                                               

William Henry Revis

William Henry Revis was a British manufacturer of lace and stockings and a benefactor of Nottingham University College. He was a founding member of the Nottingham Reds, now the oldest Football League team known as Nottingham forest F. C., and sco ...

                                               

Frodingham

Frodingham can refer to: Frodingham railway station, a railway station in Frodingham, Lincolnshire. Appleby Frodingham F. C., a football club based in Appleby, near Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. Frodingham, Lincolnshire, a village near Scunt ...

                                               

Peak & Northern Footpaths Society

The Peak & Northern Footpaths Society is a registered charity in the United Kingdom that was formed in 1894. PNFS aims to monitor, protect and improve the pedestrian network in the North Midlands and North West of England, including the Peak dist ...

                                               

Dylan Llewellyn

Dylan John Llewellyn is a British actor best known for playing Martin "Jono" Johnson in the film Hollyoaks and James Maguire in the Channel 4 sitcom Derry Girls.

                                               

2020–21 Blackpool F.C. season

The 2020-21 season is Blackpools 112th season in the English football League and their fourth consecutive season in League One, the third tier of the football League. The season covers the period from 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021. In addition to p ...

                                               

Albert Yonathan Setyawan

The setiavans work explores the transitory nature of existence. Setiawan works mainly with ceramics, as well as video, installation, drawing and performance. In his ceramic work, he manually creates hundreds or thousands of organic or geometric s ...

                                               

Gazi Wires Limited

Gazi Wires Limited is a Bangladeshi state-owned company that manufactures electrical wiring, such as copper wires. It is a subsidiary of Bangladesh steel and machinery Corporation. MD. Royce Uddin, Chairman of Bangladesh steel and engineering Cor ...

                                               

Joelson Fernandes

Joelson Fernandes, or more simply Joelson, is a professional footballer who plays for Sporting CP. Born in Guinea-Bissau, Joelson represents Portugal at international level.

                                               

Luka Romero

Luke Romero Bezzina-professional footballer, who plays in the attacking midfielder position for the code "Mallorca". Born in Mexico, he represents Argentina at youth international level.

                                               

Josemi Castañeda

Jose Miguel" josemi Castaneda macho is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a Central midfielder for UD Las Palmas atlético.

                                               

Ali Radjel

Rajel was born in Western Sahara, to Sahrawi parents, and moved to Spain with his family at the age of nine. In July 2016, he joined the youth team of Rayo Vallecanos after representing UB Conquense. In 2017, after completing his education, Radzh ...

                                               

Sam McIntyre

A Junior Port Macquarie sharks player, McIntyre made his under-20 NRL debut for the Newcastle knights in March 2017. His "impressive first performance" saw him make 26 tackles and run for more than 150 yards. Described as a "long-range forward ca ...

                                               

Lyndale

Lyndale can refer to any of several places and things: Lyndale, Minneapolis, a neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Lyndale Avenue Minneapolis, the main thoroughfare in Minneapolis. Lyndale Park, a Park in Minneapolis. Lyndale, ...

                                               

Statue of Calvin Griffith

In 2020, after a wave of social change triggered by the death of George Floyd, the Minnesota Twins announced the removal of the Griffith statue at target field, stating: "while we recognize Calvin Griffiths outstanding role in our history, we can ...

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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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