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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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Kathleen Bell Cooper

Dr. Kathleen Marie bell Cooper is a corporate economist and former government economist who has worked for companies such as ExxonMobil and Security Pacific National Bank, and has led groups such as the national Association of business economists ...

                                               

Gregory Bennet

Gregory Charles Bennett is an Australian priest of the Catholic Church. He is the Bishop-elect of the diocese of sale, appointed in 2020. He previously served in the Archdiocese of Melbourne and became its vicar General in 2012.

                                               

Hemi Pomara

Hemi Pomara was a Maori, mainly from the Chatham Islands. In his youth, he was taken to Sydney and then London before returning to New Zealand via Barbados, where he was shipwrecked. The Pomara daguerreotype is the oldest known photograph of any ...

                                               

June Yvonne Clarke

June Yvonne Clarke is a Barbadian diplomat. She was the high Commissioner of Barbados to Canada from 1996 to 1999 and the permanent representative of Barbados to the United Nations in new York from 1999 to 2004. In 1998, Clarke became a non-resid ...

                                               

Ben Howe (artist)

Benjamin Hough is a contemporary Australian artist, best known for his figurative and experimental oil paintings. He holds a master of fine arts degree with honors from RMIT University. Howe is known for his scientifically surreal images, which a ...

                                               

Newcastle University Students Association (NUSA)

The Newcastle University students Association is the highest representative body for students at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. This organization is one of the Universitys four student organizations (Newcastle University ...

                                               

DataWorks Plus

DataWorks Plus LLC is a private biometric system integrator based in Greenville, South Carolina. The company started operations in 2000 and initially focused on managing mugshot, adding facial recognition starting in 2005. Brad Bailenga is the CE ...

                                               

Time in Tonga

Tonga is a sovereign state in Polynesia that fully uses UTC 13: 00 all year round. Currently, Tonga does not observe daylight saving time, although they did so in the southern hemisphere summer between 1992 and 2002, and also in the summer of 201 ...

                                               

Edward C. Dyer

Edward Colston Dyer was a United States marine corps Brigadier General who served in both world war II and the Korean war. A marine Aviator and communications engineer, he was a pioneer in the development of early warning radars, night fighters, ...

                                               

Instituto Federal do Acre

Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Acre is an institution that offers high-quality and professional education, with a multi-level form of study. It is a multidisciplinary educational institution specializing in providing profe ...

                                               

Carlos Decotelli

Carlos Alberto Desotelle da Silva is a Brazilian economist and Professor. Decotelli holds a bachelors degree in Economics from the State University of Rio de Janeiro and a masters degree in management from the Getulio Vargas Foundation. Decotelli ...

                                               

Sandra Vivanco

Sandra Vivanco was a Peruvian architect, educator, writer, and Professor at the California College of the arts. She has worked as an architect in Japan, Portugal, Peru, Italy, Mexico and Brazil.

                                               

Renato Feder

Renato Feder is a Brazilian economist, entrepreneur, politician and Professor. Since January 2019, he has been serving as Secretary of state for education of paraná. Feder is also a partner of the Brazilian electronic computing company Multilaser.

                                               

Maria de Lourdes Belchior Pontes

Maria de Lourdes Belchior Pontes Comix GCIH GCIP, was a Portuguese writer, Professor and poet who lived in Portugal, Brazil, France, Germany and the United States of America.

                                               

Rafail Turkoniak

Raphael turkonyak Pavlovich Turkonyak, Ukrainian: Raphael turkonyak, born on may 7, 1949 in Manchester) is an Archimandrite of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, doctor of theology and Liturgy, Bible translator, hieromonk of the student Charter ...

                                               

Theodore Palaiologos (stratiote)

Theodore Palaiologos was a Greek stratiot and diplomat of the 15th and 16th centuries in the service of the Republic of Venice and one of the key early formative figures of the Greek community in Venice. He was not related to the Palaiologos dyna ...

                                               

History of the Jews in Alexandria

The history of the Jews in Alexandria, Egypt, dates back to the founding of the city by Alexander the Great in 332 BC. Jews in Alexandria played a crucial role in the political, economic and religious life of Hellenistic and Roman Alexandria, wit ...

                                               

Congregational Union of England and Wales

The congregational Union of England and Wales United the Churches of England and Wales in the Congregational tradition between 1831 and 1966. Congregationalist churches emerged from the Puritan movement, each of which operated independently and a ...

                                               

Political polarization in the United States

Polarization is a historically common phenomenon in American politics. General scientific questions include how the scale of modern polarization compares to various points in the past, and the extent to which polarization is a feature of American ...

                                               

List of marine game fish

This is a list of marine fish hunted by Amateur anglers. Brassy trevally. African Pompano. (Африканский Помпано) Scomberoides commersonnianus. Samson Fish. (Рыба Самсон) Long-nosed trevally. (Длинноносый тревалли) Zaur Runs Away. (Заур Убегает) B ...

                                               

List of freshwater game fish

This is a list of freshwater fish hunted by Amateur anglers. Beluga. (Белуга) Northern pike. (Северная щука) Macquarie Bass. (Маккуори Басс) Predatory carp. (Хищный карп) Porthole shovel nosed catfish. Hucho taimen. (Хучо таймень) Chinese sturgeo ...

                                               

P. flavescens

P. flavescens may refer to: Pantala flavescens, the most common dragonfly. Pentanychus flavescens, daddy longlegs. Plexippoides flavescens, jumping spider. Plastingia flavescens, the skipper butterfly. Phragmatobia flavescens, a South American mo ...

                                               

P. spectabilis

P. spectabilis may refer to: Pazinotus spectabilis, a species of sea snail. Phasmahyla spectabilis, a species of frog. Penstemon spectabilis, a flowering plant species. Polygrammodes spectabilis, a species of moth. Pitcairnia spectabilis, a flowe ...

                                               

Chris Bey

Chris Bay is an American professional wrestler currently signed to Impact Wrestling. He is also known for his work on impact wrestling and the independent scene, mainly specifically for championship wrestling from Hollywood and game-changing wres ...

                                               

Eva Askquith

Eva Asquith was a pioneering British womens Speedway motorcycle racer for three seasons from 1928 to 1930, when women racers were allowed to race on the Speedway in the United Kingdom. At the time, she was one of four British female Speedway ride ...

                                               

Jordan Griffin

Jordan Griffin is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the Featherweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A professional competitor since 2011, he has also competed for Legacy Fighting Alliance and King of the Ca ...

                                               

Baltic Cup

The Baltic Cup may refer to: Baltic Cup U-19. (Кубок Балтии U-19) Baltic Womens Cup U-19. Baltic Womens Cup. (Кубок балтийских женщин) Baltic Cup U17. (Кубок Балтии U17) Baltic Cup of figure skating. Baltic Womens Cup U-15. Baltic Womens Cup U-17 ...

                                               

Human uses of scorpions

People use Scorpions both practically, for medicine, food and Pets, and symbolically, whether as gods to prevent harm or to link a product or business to the obvious power of a small but deadly animal.

                                               

Feminism in Israel

Feminism in Israel is a complex issue in modern Israeli society due to the countrys diverse demographic composition and the countrys special balance of religious and state issues. For secular Israeli women, consistent campaigns for womens rights ...

                                               

Rifaat Hussain

Dr. Rifaat Hussain is a Pakistani academic, Professor, analyst and broadcaster who has worked at Quaid-e-Azam University for 36 years. From 2003 to 2005, he was head of the Department of peace and conflict studies at the National defense Universi ...

                                               

David Patterson (historian)

David Patterson is a historian and Professor At the Ackerman center for Holocaust studies at the University of Texas at Dallas. The pattersons specialize in the Holocaust, Jewish thought, anti-Semitism, and Israel. He is the Hillel A. Feinberg di ...

                                               

Ahmed Kusamotu

Ahmed Kusamotu was a Nigerian lawyer who played a prominent political role as Chairman of the National Republican Assembly in the later stages of the short-lived Third Republic. Kusamotu comes from one of the Royal houses of Ikirun. Being a const ...

                                               

IQA (disambiguation)

IQA can refer to: Iant Quranic Academy, IANT Quranic Academy is an Islamic day school in Richardson, Texas, serving grades kindergarten-12. It was first established in 2002. Member of the Board of founders is Dr. Yusuf Ziya Kavakci. Image quality ...

                                               

Thelma Brown

Thelma Adelle brown was a Pitcairn politician. In 1973, she and Carol Christian were elected to the islands Council, becoming its first female members.

                                               

Carol Warren

Carol grace Warren is a native of Pitcairn island. In 1973, she and Thelma brown were elected to the islands Council, becoming its first female members.

                                               

Samuel Reuss

Samuel Reiss married on November 21, 1810, and his wife was Rosalia Schuleck. They had six children, and five of them reached adulthood. Reiss began his studies in Ozdany, continued in the high school of Kezmarok, and completed a course in theolo ...

                                               

The "Dejudaization Institute” Memorial

The memorial of the Institute of de-Judaization is a memorial installation installed in Eisenach on the orders of eight Protestant regional churches. The Memorial commemorates the guilt of Protestant regional churches for creating an anti-Semitic ...

                                               

Otto V. Pence

Otto Vernon Pence was born in 1882. His parents were Jacob Pence and Sarah painter Pence, residents of Timberville before moving to Shenandoah County, where Otto was born. His father was shot and killed on June 4, 1931, at the age of 74. He was p ...

                                               

Christopher of East Frisia

Christopher of East Frisia was an East Frisian nobleman and knight of the Golden Fleece who served as Governor of the Duchy of Luxembourg in the Habsburg Netherlands. Christopher was the third son of Edzard II, count of East Frisia, and the Swedi ...

                                               

Carlshof Institutions

Carlshof institutes is a diaconal hospital in Karlshof, East Prussia. Founded in 1882, it was located about 3 km East of the city center of Rastenburg. Karlshof housed up to 1.500 prisoners from all over East Prussia and specialized in treating p ...

                                               

List of people from Lincolnshire

Hugh of Lincoln 1135 / 40-1200, Bishop of Lincoln. Captain John Smith 1580-1631, head of the settlement of Jamestown, Virginia. William bird 1539-1623, composer. John Taverner c1490-1545, composer and organist. John Leverett 1616-1678 / 79, penul ...

                                               

Tarim Basin deciduous forests and steppe

The Tarim basin of deciduous forests and steppes is a temperate deciduous and mixed forest Ecoregion in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous region of Western China. The Ecoregion includes deciduous riparian forests and steppes supported by the regions ...

                                               

Alai-Western Tian Shan steppe

The Alai-Western Tien Shan steppe Ecoregion covers the foothills on the Western edge of the Tien Shan and the Alai mountains of Central Asia. This territory is located mainly in the South-East of Uzbekistan, with a part going North to Kazakhstan ...

                                               

Honorebel

Richard mark Bailey, known professionally as Honorebel, is a Jamaican singer, rapper, songwriter, producer, and CEO of Phantom Music Group and Caribbean Paradise Publishing LLC. He first came to prominence in 2009 with his single "Now You See It ...

                                               

Glyceria acutiflora

Glyceria acutiflora, the creeping mannagrass, is a perennial herb found in the northeastern United States and northeast Asia. Its specific epithet acutiflora means "sharp-flowered". It has a diploid number of 40.

                                               

Camp Robber Peak

Camp Rubber peak is a 6.286-foot mountain peak located above the Western shore of big heart lake, in Eastern king County, Washington. It is part of the cascade range and is located in the Alpine lakes wilderness, on land managed by the mount Bake ...

                                               

Denise Sigogneau-Russell

Denise Sigonio Russell-French paleontologist, specializing in mammals of the Mesozoic, particularly from France and the UK. It is currently based in the national Museum of Histoire Naturelle.

                                               

Dinosaurs (song)

"Dinosaurs" is a song by Australian singer ruby fields. It was released in September 2018 as the lead single from the second extended play Fields Permanent Hermit. It was certified gold in Australia in 2020. At the APRA Music Awards of 2020, the ...

                                               

Mountain of Dinosaurs

Dinosaur mountain or dinosaur hill is a 1967 Soviet animated film directed by RAS Strautmane and produced by Soyuzmultfilm studios in Moscow.

                                               

Brodiechelys

Brodiechelys is an extinct genus of land turtles belonging to The cryptodira suborder. Brodich remains date back to the early Cretaceous period and have been found in the United Kingdom and Spain. The type species, B. brodiei, was only considered ...

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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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