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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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PNW

PNW can refer to: Personal NetWare, novells peer-to-peer network solution for DOS since 1994. Pacific Northwest, a region that includes parts of the United States and Canada. The northwestern United States, also sometimes referred to as the Pacif ...

                                               

Megabucks

Megabucks is a combination of the prefixes Mega -" and "Buck", used to denote a large amount of money. Megabucks can also refer to: These lottery games in the USA. Wisconsin Megabucks. (Висконсинский Мегабакс) Oregon Megabucks. (Орегон Мегабакс) ...

                                               

1973 Wrestling World Cup

The 1973 world wrestling Championships were held from 19 to 20 may in Toledo, Ohio. This was the first edition of the world Cup to be contested in a double-elimination format instead of an individual tournament. The competition was attended by fo ...

                                               

David Manning (disambiguation)

David manning is a former British diplomat. David manning may also refer to: David manning, professional wrestling judge and Booker, best known for his work in Texas world championship wrestling in the 1980s. David manning baseball born in 1972, ...

                                               

Rodovre Skojte Arena

Rodovre Skojte Arena is an ice hockey arena in Rodovre, greater Copenhagen. The arena, opened on February 6, 1995, is home to both the mighty Bulls Parent club and the RSIK parent club, and is used for both figure skating and ice hockey. The aren ...

                                               

Kifl

Kifl can refer to: Dhul-Kifl, a person who is variously considered a Muslim prophet or a righteous man. Al-Kifl, a city in southern Iraq. Arabic: kifl, an archaic Arabic word meaning "double" or duplicate".

                                               

Mark Williams (basketball)

Mark Oluwafemi Williams is an American College basketball player who plays for the Duke Blue Devils of the Atlantic Coast Conference. He was a five-star and four-star recruit and one of the top centers in the class of 2020. He finished his high s ...

                                               

Washington Huskies mens basketball statistical leaders

The Washington Huskies mens basketball statistical leaders are the individual statistical leaders of the Washington Huskies mens basketball program in various categories, including points, assists, blocks, rebounds, and steals. In these areas, th ...

                                               

List of name changes due to the George Floyd protests

After George Floyd, an African-American, was killed during a police arrest in Minneapolis, United States, many people protested - in the United States and internationally-seeking justice for Floyd. During these protests, many controversial monume ...

                                               

Donald Trumps Tulsa rally

On June 20, 2020, Donald trump held a rally in support of his 2020 presidential election campaign at the Bok center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, this event marked his first public campaign event since March 2020. Critics and he ...

                                               

PJHL

PJHL can refer to any of the following ice hockey leagues in Canada: Junior ice hockey League from Prince Edward Island, a League on Prince Edward island. Provincial Junior hockey League, a League in Ontario. Pacific Junior hockey League, a Leagu ...

                                               

Concordia Stingers football

The Concordia Stingers football team represents Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, in the sport of canadian soccer in the RSEQ U Sports conference. The Concordia Stingers football program was created in 1974 from the merger of the Loyola w ...

                                               

Ayushi Podder

Ayushi podder was born on October 23, 2000 and currently ranks 2nd in India in the 50-meter 3-position rifle category in the senior division of the National rifle Association of India. At the age of 13, podder trained with her father Pankaj Podde ...

                                               

Sam Baroudi

Sam baroudi was a professional American boxer in the Middleweight division. Baroudi fought his first professional fight on may 15, 1945, at the Meadowbrook bowl in Newark, new Jersey, defeating Jimmy Picollo by first-round knockout. Over the next ...

                                               

Kate Frankenthal

Frankenthal was born in Kiel, Germany, to Julius and Cecilia, nee Goldman Frankenthal, on January 30, 1889. She was the second of three daughters. Julius was a successful businessman and leader of the Jewish community of Kiel, and Cecilia a house ...

                                               

Log Pond Cove

Log pond Creek is a former log pond and scenic road on the Connecticut river, about half a mile upstream from the Holyoke dam in South Hadley falls. The 18.5-ACRE pond was once used for cutting ice, as well as transporting logs from North points ...

                                               

The Good Son (Jeong novel)

The Good Son is a novel by You-Jeong first published in South Korea in 2016 by Eunhaengnamu. It was translated into English by Chi-young Kim, and the translation was published in 2018 by Little Brown Book Group. This is Jeongs first novel to have ...

                                               

CalPac

CalPac may refer to: The California Pacific Conference is an American collegiate athletic conference located in California and affiliated with the national Association of Intercollegiate athletics (NAIA). Mesa Airlines is an American regional air ...

                                               

Maria Pavlidou

Maria Pavlidou is a former professional tennis player from Greece. A right-hander from Thessaloniki, Pavlidou spent most of her early career playing College tennis in the United States for the University of Arkansas. She was an all-American in 19 ...

                                               

Arash Barmaan

Arash Barmaan Is an American-Iranian Internet entrepreneur, founder and CEO of BOOS, an online Dating app for the Persian-Jewish community.

                                               

1958 Colgate Red Raiders football team

The 1958 Colgate Red Raiders football team was an American football team that represented Colgate University as an independent during the 1958 NCAA University Division football season. In the second season under head coach Fred rice, the team set ...

                                               

1957 Colgate Red Raiders football team

The 1957 Colgate Red Raiders football team was an American football team that represented Colgate University as an independent during the 1957 NCAA University Division football season. After the departure of head coach Hal lahar in the offseason, ...

                                               

Craig Stutzmann

Craig Keola Stutzmann is an American football coach and former player who is currently the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Washington state University. He played College football at the University of Hawaii.

                                               

Alojzy Nowak

Alois Zbigniew Nowak is a Polish economist, Professor and Dean of the faculty of management at the University of Warsaw. In 2020, he was elected rector of the University of Warsaw.

                                               

1956 Wrestling World Cup

The 1956 world wrestling championship was held on may 25-31 in Istanbul, Turkey, at the Mithatpaşa stadium, under the auspices of FILA. Attendance of the event was about 20 thousand spectators at the stadium. Freestyle wrestling competitions were ...

                                               

2020 Preakness Stakes

The 2020 Preakness Stakes will be the 145th Preakness Stakes, a grade I stakes race for three-year-old thoroughbreds over a distance of 1.3 ⁄ 16 miles. The Preakness stakes is regularly scheduled for the third Saturday in may, two weeks after the ...

                                               

Annabelle Morozov

Annabel Nicole Morozova is a Russian ice dancer. Together with her skating partner Andrey Bagin, she is the silver medalist of the CS Golden Spin of Zagreb 2019.

                                               

Ruschell Boone

Boone was born in Kingston, Jamaica, in the family of Gatlin Scott Duke Scott. She emigrated to the Bronx when she was 11 years old. As a child, Boone recalls that she was shy and bullied because of her Jamaican accent. Boone received a degree in ...

                                               

2001 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships

The 2001 NCAA Division I outdoor track and field Championships were contested at the 80th annual NCAA-sanctioned track and field meet to determine the individual and team Champions of mens and womens division I collegiate track and field in the U ...

                                               

Elana Herzog

Elana Herzog is an American installation artist and sculptor based in new York city. She is best known for her abstract, tactile works in which she disassembles, reconfigures and integrates second-hand textiles into walls, modular panels and arch ...

                                               

Buckle (disambiguation)

Bradley A. Buckles (born 1949) is an American lawyer and Director of ATF. Frank Buckles 1901-2011, the last surviving American military veteran of world war I. Buckle last name. (Пряжка фамилия)

                                               

Tom Ackerman (basketball)

Thomas L. Ackerman is an American former basketball player and coach. He played College basketball as a guard for the West Liberty State Hilltoppers and was selected three times to the West Virginia Intercollegiate athletic conference. He also pl ...

                                               

New Years Day March (Greenville, 1960)

The new years day March in Greenville, South Carolina, was a March of 1.000 people protesting against individual facilities at the Greenville municipal airport, now renamed Greenville airport downtown. The March occurred after Richard Henry and J ...

                                               

Randy Mattingly

Randy Mattingly is a former gridiron quarterback who played in the Canadian football League. He played College football in Evansville.

                                               

List of motorsports point scoring systems

This is a list of scoring systems used to determine the results of seasonal Motorsport Championships. Points are usually awarded after placing in individual races. In addition, bonus points can be awarded for the fastest practice laps, fastest ra ...

                                               

Jeff Agnew

Jeffrey "Jeff" Agnew is an American professional racing driver. He last competed part-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, driving the No. 27 for Hillman racing in 2013.

                                               

Levitated Dipole Experiment

The Levitated dipole experiment was an experiment investigating the generation of thermonuclear energy using the concept of a levitated dipole. The device was the first of its kind to test the concept of a levitated dipole and was funded by the U ...

                                               

Sheila Ford Hamp

Sheila Firestone Ford Hamp is the primary owner and chair of the Detroit lions and has been Vice chair since 2014. She succeeded her mother, Martha Firestone Ford, on June 23, 2020. In 1973, she graduated from Yale University, where she played va ...

                                               

West Wales Premier League

The West Wales Premier League will be a football League in Wales, at level 4 of the Welsh football League system in South-West Wales. The League consists of teams with their grounds and headquarters to the West of a line drawn from Brython ferry, ...

                                               

2020–21 Eredivisie

The 2020-21 Eredivisie will be the 65th season of the Eredivisie since its founding in 1955. The season is expected to start on September 12, 2020 and end on may 16, 2021.

                                               

Bia (season 1)

The first season of the Argentine television series Bia was produced by Non Stop Producciones and Pegsa Group, and directed by Jorge Bechara and Daniel De Filippo, the season was first announced in August 2018 by Disney Channel Latin America. The ...

                                               

Verena Rodewald

The so-called November revolution of 1918/19 began in the Imperial Navy in Wilhelmshaven and Kiel, quickly spreading to the cities and towns of the new Republican German state. In Bremen, it found expression in the soldiers, sailors and workers c ...

                                               

Nora Kutti

Nora Kutti was an Estonian swimmer and masters athlete. Kutti started competitive swimming when she was 12 years old, as her eight-year-old older brother Roman Nyvandi was also a swimmer. In 1935, she was trained by Erich Mytlik. Kutti was a memb ...

                                               

Violence during the George Floyd protests

Violence and other controversies occurred during the George Floyd protests, an ongoing series of protests and riots that began in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States on may 26, 2020, in response to the killing of George Floyd by a Minnea ...

                                               

Ana Mercedes Campos

Ana Mercedes Campos was a Salvadoran athlete recognized for her role in the 7th Central American and Caribbean Games in Mexico in 1954.

                                               

张伟

Zhang Wei has been the most common full name in China for many years. Zhang is one of the most common surnames, and means "Archer" in archaic Chinese, while Wei means "big" or "tall"."In 2019, it was used by 252.224 men and 42.058 women in the co ...

                                               

Dalton Smith (boxer)

Dalton Smith is an English professional boxer. As an Amateur, he won a silver medal at the 2014 European youth Championships and a bronze at the 2015 Commonwealth youth Games, both in the lightweight division and in the 2018 ABA Welterweight cham ...

                                               

Card Football Premiere Edition

Card Football Premiere Edition is a poker strategy game developed in 2004 by brothers Paolo and Fabio del Rio, former editors of the canadian sports collector. It uses what its developers call the D54 game system, a patented modification of the 5 ...

                                               

JCC 200 Mile race

The Junior auto CLUB 200-mile race was a voiturette and later Grand Prix auto race first held in 1921. It was held at various venues in Brooklands, as well as twice in Donington Park.

                                               

Tokyu 8090 series

The Tokyu 8090 series and the related Tokyu 8590 series are multi-unit Commuter electric trains operated by the private railway operator Tokyu Corporation in Japan.

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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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