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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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Netley Cottage

Netley cottage at 10 Lower Terrace is located in Hampstead, in the London borough of Camden. It is listed grade II on the national heritage list for England. The house dates from 1779, and an extension was added to the southwest in 1910. It was p ...

                                               

Oldham Civic Centre

The low-level Western portion of the Civic center was originally built as offices for the departments of housing and social services, as well as the regional health authority, and was completed in 1962. The facility was expanded to include a 15-s ...

                                               

Susanna Temple

Susan or Susannah temple was an English courtier. She was the daughter of Alexander temple of Etchingham and Mary Penistone, or Mary Sommer. They say she was a lady-in-waiting to Anne of Denmark. However, her name is not mentioned in any court re ...

                                               

Upper Greensand Hangers: Empshott to Hawkley

Upper Greensand Hangers: Empshott Hockley is a 37.7 hectare biological site of special scientific interest North of Petersfield in Hampshire. This is part of the East Hampshire hangers special protection area. This site includes several forests a ...

                                               

Bluebird Care

Bluebird Care is a franchise and brand providing home care services in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The company has just over 200 franchises covering areas in the United Kingdom and another 26 in the Republic of Ireland.

                                               

Sirius Black

Sirius black is a fictional character in the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling. Sirius is first briefly mentioned in Harry Potter and the sorcerers stone as the wizard who lent Rubeus Hagrid a flying motorcycle shortly after Lord Voldemort kil ...

                                               

Yvonne Grundy

Yvonne Grundy is a Kenyan English actress, best known for her role as NIA in the British childrens television series Thomas and friends.

                                               

Saint Gregory at Prayer

Saint Gregory at prayer was painted in oil on a panel by Annibale Carracci, depicting a scene from the life of Gregory the Great when the image of the virgin Mary spoke to him while he prayed before it. It was commissioned by cardinal Anton Maria ...

                                               

Benidorm (series 9)

The ninth series of the ITV television series Benidorm, which is a sitcom set in an all-inclusive resort in Benidorm, Spain, began airing on 1 March 2017, consisting of nine episodes. The series was written by Derren Litten, Gaby hull, mark frate ...

                                               

RED (disambiguation)

RED, an acronym for "Reliable Excavation Demolition", a playable game faction in Team Fortress 2.

                                               

Macairea

Macairea is a genus of flowering plants in the Melastomataceae family, native to South America. These are shrubs with terete branches, four petals per flower.

                                               

Carpolobia

Carpolobia is a genus of plants in the Euphorbiaceae family, native to Tropical Africa and Madagascar. It was first described in 1831 by George Don, at which point 4 species were identified. In 1849, the number of accepted species was reduced to ...

                                               

Puffer (dinghy)

The project was built in the United States by AMF Alcort, a division of American engineering and foundry, which was acquired in 1969. The company has completed 5.000 examples of the puffers design since 1972, but it is now out of production.

                                               

STFC (disambiguation)

STFC can stand for: "Star trek: First contact", a 1996 film. Science and Technology Facilities Council, a British research Council formed by the merger of the Central laboratory Council of the research Councils CCLRC and the research Council for ...

                                               

Fishburn (disambiguation)

Sam Fishburne 1893-1965, American Major League baseball player. Dudley Fishburne was born in 1946, a businessman with strong connections in the nonprofit world. Fishburne, 1844-1926, American politician. Peter K. Fishburne (born 1936), a pioneer ...

                                               

Go Coach

Go Coach Hire Ltd is a medium-sized bus operator with a total of 46 bus services in Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex and South London. Most of these services operate on behalf of Kent County Council from their two warehouses in Otford and Swanley. ...

                                               

Dorothy Cornish

Dorothy Helen Cornish was an English Montessori educator, suffragist, writer and editor of the feminist magazine genderqueer Urania.

                                               

Harry Lowe

Harry Lowe may refer to: Harry James Lowe, Jr., 1922-1942, United States Navy sailor. Harry Lowe footballer, born March 1886, 1886-1958, English footballer for Gainsborough Trinity, Liverpool and Nottingham forest. Harry Lowe footballer, born Aug ...

                                               

Edward Blount (disambiguation)

Edward Blount may refer to: Sir Edward Robert Blount, 11th baronet 1884-1978 of the Blount baronets. Edward Blount wrestler, British Olympic wrestler. Sir Edward Blount, 4th baronet, died in 1758 of the Blount baronets. Edward Blount 1565-1632, p ...

                                               

Sir Robert Pearson

Sir Robert Barclay Pearson was a Scottish first-class cricketer, lawyer and stockbroker. The son of Andrew Pearson, he was born in November 1871 in Lawrencekirk, Kincardineshire. He was educated at Loretto school and then attended Brasenose Colle ...

                                               

Hugh Cholmeley

Hugh Cholmeley may refer to: Sir Hugh Cholmeley, 4th baronet 1632-1689, English member of Parliament for Northampton and Thirsk. Sir Hugh Cholmeley, 3rd baronet 1662-1665, of the Cholmeley baronets. Sir Hugh John, Frederick Sebastian Cholmeley, 7 ...

                                               

Thomas Powell (steamboat)

The Thomas Powell was a steamboat built in Manhattan, new York, in 1846 for service on the Hudson river. During her career, she plied between new York and various Hudson river destinations, including Newburgh, Pyrmont, Poughkeepsie, Rondout, the ...

                                               

Bill Trowbridge

Charles William "bill" Trowbridge was a British physicist and engineer who worked in the field of computational electromagnetism.

                                               

Lord Fairfax (turtle)

Lord Fairfax is a 65-pound turtle found near a residential water source in Fairfax County, Virginia. This is the alligator snapper turtle, a species not native to the region where it was found, and the largest of its kind ever found in an urban e ...

                                               

Camel Creek Adventure Park

Terry Sandling bought Trelaw farm in Tredinnick and opened it to the public in 1989 as the Shire Horse Centre. The property was then sold to Crealy Great Adventure Parks in 2004. After being acquired in 2015, John Broome CBE acquired Cornwalls Cr ...

                                               

Joseph Edward Michel

Michel was the son of Alexander Michel, a French merchant from Tarqua, and his wife Afua, who was originally from Atikpui near Ho. He was educated at the ewe Presbyterian boarding school in Amedzof and went on to study at the Presbyterian trainin ...

                                               

RAF Rednal

Royal Air Force Rednal or more simply RAF Rednal is a former Royal air force station located in Shropshire, England. At some point, there were the following divisions here: Q Flight RAF was reformed here in October 1943 as part of No. 61 OTU and ...

                                               

2018 Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council election

The 2018 Basingstoke and Deane city Council elections took place on 3 may 2018 to elect 20 members of Basingstoke and Deane city Council as part of a wider local election. The last time these seats were put up for election was in 2014. Member of ...

                                               

Rosina (1807 ship)

Rosina first appeared in the Lloyds Register in 1808. On September 3, 1808, Rosina, Brodig, master, arrived in Gothenburg from Plymouth. Then, on November 10, she lay on the beach near Whitstable, bound for Plymouth with a cargo of lumber. hit a ...

                                               

Jan Fabricius

Jan Fabricius was a Dutch playwright and journalist. He was the father of Johann Fabricius, a writer. Although he wrote continuously from the 1890s until his death, his greatest success came in the period 1904-1916, when his plays were sold out b ...

                                               

WUFC

WUFC can refer to: In sports: Welling United F. C. Woodford United F. C. Worthing United F. C. Winsford United F. C. Whitchurch United F. C. Waterford United F. C. Whitney United F. C. Winterbourne United F. C. Wolverhampton United F. C. Wotton U ...

                                               

Ipswich and Suffolk Freehold Land Society

The Ipswich and Suffolk freehold society was founded in 1849 as part of the" forty-shilling freehold movement that developed throughout England. Its purpose was to enable the "common man" to obtain sufficient property to satisfy the requirements ...

                                               

Ben Volpeliere-Pierrot

Ben Volpelier-Pierrot is an English singer, best known as the lead singer of the band Curiosity Killed the Cat, then an offshoot of the band Curiosity. It is known for its special beret, which is actually a Fiddlers hat - a traditional Greek fish ...

                                               

John Erskine, Earl of Mar (1585–1654)

John Erskine, Earl of Mar, was a Scottish landowner. He was the son of John Erskine, Earl of Mar 1558-1634 and Anne Drummond 1555-1587, daughter of Lord David Drummond, born 1571, and Lilias Ruthven. Until his fathers death in 1634, he was known ...

                                               

Jamie Blackett (writer)

Jamie Blackett was born in 1964 and is an author and country writer for the Daily Telegraph, the Spectator and other publications. His latest book, red rag to the bull, rural life in the urban age Qwilleran 2019 tells how he came home from the ar ...

                                               

A90

A90 or A-90 may refer to: The A90 motorway, an orbital motorway that surrounds Rome. Dutch defense, in the encyclopedia of chess openings. Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, a smartphone released in 2019. Toyota Supra A90, a sports car from the Japanese auto ...

                                               

High on You (Sigma & John Newman song)

"High on You" is a song by British drum and bass Duo Sigma and English singer John Newman. The song was released digitally on June 12, 2020 by 3 Beat Records. The song was written by Christopher Tempest, George Henry Tizzard, John Newman, Rick Pa ...

                                               

Archibald Wauchope of Niddrie

Archibald Washope of Niddrie Scottish landowner and rebel. He was the son of Robert Wauchope of Niddrie (1601) and Margaret Dundas, daughter of James Dundas of Dundas. He was known as"the Laird of Niddrie, the younger." The Wauchope lands were lo ...

                                               

Dating in New York

Dating in new York is an upcoming American Comedy film written and directed by Jonah Feingold in his directorial debut. It stars Jabuki young-white, Francesca Riehl, Katherine Cohen, Brian Mueller, Jerry Ferrara, Arturo Castro, Taylor hill, Alex ...

                                               

The Wronged Man

The wronged man is a 2010 American television film directed by Tom McLaughlin and starring Julia Ormond and Mahershala Ali. The Executive producer of the film was Gail Ann Hurd.

                                               

Alun Ogwen Williams

Alun Ogwen Williams was a teacher and prominent Eisteddfod supporter and administrator. Williams was born in 1904 in well street, Gerlan, Bethesda, Caernarfonshire, the son of John Samuel Williams and Catherine nee Thomas. He attended a local sch ...

                                               

Lewistown

Lewistown is the name of several places in the United States: Lewiston, Maine, was originally called Lewistown. Lewistown, Frederick County, Maryland. Lewistown, Kentucky. (Льюистаун, Штат Кентукки) Lewistown, PA. (Льюистаун, Пенсильвания) Lewist ...

                                               

St Garmons Church

Saint Harmons Church may refer to one of several churches in Wales dedicated to Saint Herman of Auxerre. The Welsh place name Llanarmon means "St Harmons Church". Church Of Saint Harmony, Between The Harmonies. The Church Of St. Harmon, St. Harmo ...

                                               

L. Winifred Faraday

Winifred Faraday was an English teacher and folklorist, best known for her translation of the Irish epic Tain Bo Cuailnge. Lucy Winifred Faraday was born on July 8, 1872, in Manchester. She studied at Manchester Owens College of the University of ...

                                               

Qaita

The weeks of Kaita are one of the eight seasons of the liturgical year of the East Syriac Christian rite. Together with the weeks of Kaita, the maturity and fruitfulness of the Church are marked. The Syriac word "Kaita" means "Summer". Summer is ...

                                               

Clear Creek (Shoal Creek tributary)

Clear Creek is a stream in Barry, Lawrence, and Newton counties in southwestern Missouri. It is a tributary of a shallow stream. The stream headwaters arise in northwestern Barry County on the West side of kings Prairie at an elevation of 36°5333 ...

                                               

He Ting Ru

He tin ru is a Singaporean politician, lawyer and member of the Workers party. She was elected as a member of Parliament from the SENGKANG GRC after the 2020 General election.

                                               

FSSP

FSSP can refer to: The problem of synchronizing the firing squad, a problem in computer science and cellular automata. Forward-scattering spectrometer probe, a class of optical instruments designed to measure the size and concentration of airborn ...

                                               

Falls Township Community Park

Falls township public Park is a municipal Park located in falls township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is located in two parts, separated by a stream. One side is centered around an artificial lake with a trail around the lake and various ameni ...

                                               

Dixon Reservoir (Escondido)

Dixon reservoir, also known as lake Dixon, is located in Northern ESCONDIDO, California. It is a popular place for picnics, camping and fishing. Lake Dixon has received an aquaculture permit from the California Department of fish and wildlife, an ...

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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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