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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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No Pressure

No Pressure Erick Sermon album, a 1993 album by Eric Sermon. No Pressure, A 2017 EP by Deante Hitchcock with Michael Aristotle. No Pressure Logic album, an upcoming album by Logic. No Pressure, a 2017 mixtape by Nipsey Hussle featuring Bino RIDO. ...

                                               

List of number-one songs of 2020 (Panama)

This is a list of the number-one songs of 2020 in Panama. The charts are published by Monitor Latino, a company based on over-the-air playback on all Panamanian radio stations using real-time data from Radio Tracking, LLC. The weekly schedule run ...

                                               

WKRQ Tower

The WKRQ tower is a free-standing lattice tower with a triangular cross-section used by WKRQ and WKRC-TV, as well as several other radio stations located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The tower was built in the early 1960s, when numerous tall freestanding ...

                                               

K26AC

K26ac, UHF analog channel 26, was a low-power television station licensed to Bemidji, Minnesota, United States. Owned by John Boehler, it was the first low-power station to produce programming locally instead of being a translator for another sta ...

                                               

Listed buildings in Holme Valley (outer areas)

Holm valley is a civil parish in the Metropolitan borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England. It contains 447 listed buildings that are recorded in the national heritage list for England. Of these, one is listed at grade II*, the middle of the ...

                                               

Dominic Dipio

Dominika or Dominique Dipio is a Ugandan nun, film Director, writer and Professor of literature and film at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. As a nun, she belongs to the Institute of the missionary sisters of Mary Mother Church, MSMMC, a U ...

                                               

Apronia of Toul

Apronia of Toul, also called Evronia of Troyes, was a sixth-century nun and Saint. She was born in Tranquill, a village in Trier, Germany. Her brother was Saint Aprus of Toul, Bishop of Toul in North-Eastern France, from whom she received the ton ...

                                               

Hildebrand de Hemptinne

Felix de Hemptin, in the religion of the house of Hildebrand, was a Belgian monk who in 1893 became the first Abbot-Primate of the Benedictine Confederation.

                                               

Brantley Gilbert discography

Brantley Gilbert is an American country music artist. His discography consists of five Studio albums - a Modern Day Prodigal Son, Halfway to Heaven, Just As I Am, the Devil Dont Sleep and Fire & Brimstone. He also released a total of 15 singles, ...

                                               

Spaceman (4 Non Blondes song)

"Spaceman" is a song by American alternative rock band 4 Non Blondes. It is the sixth track on their only Studio album, bigger, better, faster, bigger!, and was released as the albums second single in September 1993. While the albums lead single ...

                                               

Eschenbach Abbey

Eschenbach Abbey is a community of Cistercian nuns in Eschenbach in Lucerne, Switzerland. The Abbey was founded around 1290 for Augustinian nuns, and became Cistercian in 1588.

                                               

Catholme ceremonial complex

The Catholic ceremonial complex is a Neolithic archaeological site in Staffordshire, England, near Barton-under-Needwood. This is a scheduled monument.

                                               

Dmitry Dokuchaev

Dmitry Alexandrovich Dokuchaev was an officer of the FSB of Russia. In April 2019, he was sentenced to six years in prison for high treason.

                                               

Ada Annie Watney

Ada Annie Watney was a leading figure in the womens automobile club. In 1904, it was reported that she had driven almost 60.000 miles in six years.

                                               

Wentworth Gardens

Wentworth Gardens is a low-rise 344-unit residential project managed by the CHA. it is located just South of the American cellular field on Bronevaya square. It was originally the site of South Side Park, the home of the Chicago white SOx and lat ...

                                               

Philadelphia Handicap

The Philadelphia handicap is an American thoroughbred horse race that was held thirty-eight times between 1913 and 1950 at the Havre de grace racetrack in Havre de grace, Maryland. Running on dirt, the race was open to horses of any gender aged t ...

                                               

Henk Visser (pediatrician)

Hendrik Klaas Aldert "Henk" Visser is a Dutch pediatrician. From 1967 to 1995, he was a Professor of Pediatrics at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Erasmus MC.

                                               

Public Health Units

In the province of Ontario, Canada, public health units are bodies that manage health programs such as infectious disease control, food inspection, and health education. These are usually provincial institutions, but in some municipalities they a ...

                                               

1943 Camp Grant Warriors football team

The 1943 Camp Grant Warriors football team represented Camp Grant during the 1943 College football season. The warriors were coached by Charlie Bachman of Michigan state, and he compiled a 2-6-2 record against an incredibly tough schedule that in ...

                                               

L. Grace Dibble

Lucy grace Dibble was born on October 3, 1902, in Basingstoke. The family moved to Kent when she was still a child, and eventually moved to a house in Bearstead, mount pleasant, that had previously belonged to the cricketer Alfred minn. She was e ...

                                               

John Law (cricketer)

John Alexander Gordon Charles Lowe was a first-class English cricketer. Lowe was born in British India in Bangalore in March 1923. Lowe made his first-class cricket debut in British India for the Europeans against the Indians in the Madras presid ...

                                               

Barney Ales

Baldassare "Barney" Ales was an American music industry Executive, best known as a leading figure and sometimes President of Motown Records. He is credited with successfully promoting a black-owned company in the broader white-dominated music ind ...

                                               

Lois Long (mycologist)

Lois long was an American Amateur mycologist best known for her illustrations and textile drawings depicting fungi and other forms of nature.

                                               

Elin Tornudd

Elin Maria Tornadd was born in Helsinki in 1924. She graduated from the faculty of chemistry with a masters degree in 1950 from Helsinki University of technology. In 1953, she received a masters degree in library science from the Carnegie Institu ...

                                               

2nd Canadian Film Awards

The 2nd canadian film awards were presented on April 19, 1950, in honor of achievements in canadian cinema. The ceremony was hosted by Prime Minister Louis Saint Laurent.

                                               

East Africa Kennel Club

The East African kennel club is the official kennel club of the East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. The East African kennel club was founded in October 1919 at a dog show held at the old Nairobi Racecourse, this ...

                                               

Named weapons in Middle-earth

Named weapons in middle-earth are swords and other powerful weapons in J. R. R. Tolkiens legendarium, which he considered important in his mythology. The name of the weapon comes from the middle Ages, found in Norse mythology and in the old Engli ...

                                               

Hermann Michael

Hermann Michael was a German Symphony and Opera conductor. He studied piano and cello at the Stuttgart Conservatory and did not formally study conducting when he attended a master class under Herbert von Karajan in Berlin in 1960. Michael then to ...

                                               

Emergency (1962 film)

Emergency is a 1962 British drama film directed by Francis Searle and starring Glyn Huston, Zina Walker and Dermot Walsh. The film is a remake of the 1952 film "emergency call" directed by Lewis Gilbert. While this was done as the first feature t ...

                                               

Scotland Yard (TV series)

Scotland Yard is a 1960 British crime television series that aired on the BBC for one series of thirteen episodes. Each episode was a dramatised documentary about a real case that had been handled by Scotland Yard. It should not be confused with ...

                                               

Miss Burma (1947–1962)

Miss Burma was the national beauty pageant in Burma from 1947 to 1962. The winner of the Miss Burma pageant also represented her country at the Miss universe pageant. In 1962, the competition was banned by the Union Revolutionary Council governme ...

                                               

Statue of Martin Luther King Jr. (Atlanta)

The statue of Martin Luther king Jr. is a public monument to civil rights activist Martin Luther king Jr. in Atlanta, Georgia. The statue, designed by Martin DOE, was unveiled in 2017 and stands on the grounds of the Georgia state Capitol overloo ...

                                               

Gerald Slater

Gerald Slater was an American public television Executive, an Emmy-nominated producer, and one of the four founding employees of PBS. As Executive Director of PBS and WETA in the 1970s and 1980s, Slater played a key role in the development of pub ...

                                               

Marty Goddard

Martha Marty Goddard was an American victim advocate who invented a rape kit used to methodically gather forensic evidence from rape victims. In the early 1970s, Goddard worked as a victim advocate in Chicago, where an estimated 16.000 women were ...

                                               

Edge (shaving gel)

Edge is a brand of shaving gel produced by Edgewell Personal Care. The line includes sensitive skin, extra hydration, extra protection, ultra sensitive, clean and refreshing, and soothing aloe.

                                               

Crasimoffs World

In the 1970s, playing by mail became a popular method in the UK for games such as chess and diplomacy. In 1980, Kevin Cropper took his long-running Dungeons & Dragons campaign, "Crasimoffs World", and redesigned it as a mail game, he intended to ...

                                               

1970 World Mens Handball Championship – qualification

I handed over the forfeit. At first, Morocco directly qualified for the world Cup, and a year later the IHF withdrew this decision.

                                               

Wuaneita Society

The Wanate society was a womens group at the University of Alberta from 1908 to 1973. For many decades, it functioned as a support system for a relatively small number of female students on campus. The group organized lectures, social events, and ...

                                               

Mother Tuckers Yellow Duck

Mother Tuckers Yellow Duck was originally a group of stage performers in Vancouver who adopted various characters, including Kathy Kays "Mother Tucker", Patrick Caldwells" Yellow Duck", Bob Oconnors" Dogan Pinkfoot", and Michael Goldmans"Garnet C ...

                                               

Mike Mortimer

Mike Mortimer is a canadian mountaineer. He was President of the Alpine club of Canada and of the International mountaineering and climbing Federation.

                                               

Hometown Girls (song)

"Hometown Girls" is a song by American singer-songwriter benny Mardons, released in 1980 as the second and final single from his second Studio album Never Run, Never Hide. The song was written by Mardons and David Lee Byron, and produced by Barry ...

                                               

Burt Procter

Procter was born in 1901 in Boston, Massachusetts. He went to Stanford University. Procter was a commercial artist in Los Angeles and then in new York. He was the artistic Director of the masters competition for 17 years. He painted horses and po ...

                                               

Bass music

Bass music is a term used to describe several genres of electronic dance music that have emerged since the 1980s, focusing on the outstanding sound of a bass drum and / or Bassline. As one source notes, there are "many different types of bass mus ...

                                               

Urban Lounge

Urban Lounge first opened at 8111 105 St in 1996. Since the late 1990s, Urban Lounge has become a well-known music venue in Edmonton with a weekly open MIC and one of the largest stages for the citys local music scene. The restaurant was owned by ...

                                               

Heidi L. M. Jacobs

Heidi L. M. Jacobs is a canadian writer whose debut novel, Molly from the Mall: a Literary girl and purveyor of fine footwear, won the Stephen Leacock memorial medal for humor in 2020. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, she currently works as a l ...

                                               

British Nationality and New Zealand Citizenship Act 1948

The British citizenship and new Zealand citizenship act 1948 was passed by the New Zealand Parliament in 1948, establishing new Zealand citizenship for new Zealanders separately from their previous status as British subjects.

                                               

Mount Dispersion, New South Wales

Mount dispersion, located in southwestern New South Wales, is the site of a mass murder of Australian aborigines by major Thomas Mitchell on may 27, 1836. Officially recognized as an aboriginal site under the national parks and wildlife act of 19 ...

                                               

Henderson Valley

Henderson valley is an area West of Auckland, New Zealand. The main road in this area is Henderson valley road, and the scenic drive is located on the Western border.

                                               

2020–21 Womens Big Bash League season

The 2020-21 womens Big Bash League season or WBBL / 06 will be the sixth season of the womens Big Bash League, a semi-professional womens domestic Twenty20 cricket competition in Australia. The tournament is scheduled to be held from October 17 t ...

                                               

Eunoe hubrechti

The number of observation segments is 46 from daytime, doubtful, elytra 15 pairs. The back has a madder-brown hue, with transverse elliptical markings in the middle, paler on the parapodia. Posteriorly, the segments have very beautiful patterns, ...

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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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