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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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Carolyn Marino Malone

Carolyn Marino Malone is an American Medievalist and scholar. She is a Professor of art history and history at USC Dornsife College, Los Angeles, California, with a doctorate in art history and the middle Ages from the University of California, B ...

                                               

Njabulo Blom

Nyabulo Blom is a South African professional footballer who plays as a Central defender for the South African Premier Division side Kaizer Chiefs.

                                               

Paula Fray

Paula Maria fry is a South African journalist, entrepreneur and media development coach. She was also the first female editor of the South African newspaper Saturday Star.

                                               

Second Battle of Oituz

The second battle of Oytuc took place between 10 and 16 November 1916. Romanian troops led by Brigadier General Eremia Grigorescu clashed with Austro-Hungarian and German troops led by Friedrich von Herock. The battle ended with the failure of th ...

                                               

Popular Executive Committee of Valencia

The peoples Executive Committee of Valencia was a revolutionary Autonomous entity created on July 22 to resist the Spanish coup of July 1936, which initiated the Spanish Civil war. It consisted of the political forces of the popular front and the ...

                                               

Idlib Governorate clashes (June 2020)

The clashes in Idlib province in June 2020 were an armed conflict between operation Be Steadfast, led by the organization Guardians of Religion, and the organization Hayat Tahrir al-Sham. The conflict began after the HTS arrested the leader of th ...

                                               

MS Europic Ferry

MS Europic Ferry is a car ferry built in 1967 by Swan Hunter for the Atlantic Steam Navigation Company. She was acquired by European ferries in 1971, when they took over ASNC and served with them under the Townsend Thoresen brand. The European fe ...

                                               

Janice Limson

Janice Lee Limson is a South African Professor of biotechnology, former chair of the school of biotechnology at Rhodes University and the Department of biotechnological innovation and interaction at Sarchi University of Rhodes. She is the founder ...

                                               

Beatrice (Much Ado About Nothing)

Beatrice is a fictional character in William Shakespeares play much ADO about nothing. In the play, she is Leonatos niece and the Heros cousin. Atypical of romantic heroines of the sixteenth century, she is quick-tempered and witty, these charact ...

                                               

Laniers Oak

Sidney Lanier was a Georgian poet who was active in the southern United States after the Civil war. Lanier has visited Brunswick, Georgia several times in his life, spending time with his wifes family and trying to ease his health problems. In th ...

                                               

Lovers Oak

The lovers oak is a particularly historic and large southern live oak in Brunswick, Georgia. This tree, located in the historic old town area of Brunswick, is reportedly more than 900 years old. The tree has a trunk diameter of 13 feet and has 10 ...

                                               

Children of Israel Cemetery

The children of Israel cemetery is a Jewish cemetery located in the Transcona suburb of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The first Jewish burial ground established in Western Canada, it operated from 1883 to 1933. The cemetery had a total of 113 grave ...

                                               

G. californica

G. californica may refer to: Gutierrezia californica, the San Joaquin snake and California matchstick, a flowering plant species native to California and Baja California.

                                               

Climate of New York City

The climate of new York city is characterized by a humid subtropical climate, and some parts of the city go into a humid continental climate. This gives the city a cold, snowy winter and hot, humid summer, as well as heavy precipitation all year ...

                                               

Parrotbill (disambiguation)

Bearded Ridling, also known as the bearded parrot. Parrots, a group of birds native to East and Southeast Asia. Maui parakeet, a Hawaiian bird. Parrotbill, a regional name for auk. The crossbill parrot, colloquially also known as the parakeet, is ...

                                               

Ness (character)

Ness is a fictional character in the role-playing video game EarthBound, published by Nintendo and created by Japanese video game designer Shigesato Itoi. His first appearance came in 1994 in the Super NES game EarthBound, the second game in the ...

                                               

Influenza A virus subtype H11N9

The h11n9 subtype influenza a virus is a strain of influenza virus. According to a phylogenetic analysis, this strain got its genes from the avian influenza viruses H11, H3, H10 and H7 in poultry in China.

                                               

Arrastra Mountain Wilderness

Arrastra Mountain Wilderness is a protected wilderness area centered around poaching ridge, a Northwest-Southeast mountain range that rises nearly 5.000 feet. Established in 1990 under the Arizona wilderness Act, the area is managed by the Colora ...

                                               

Mount Nutt Wilderness

Mount Nutt Wilderness is a protected wilderness area in the Central part of the Black mountains in the U.S. state of Arizona. It was established in 1990 under the Arizona wilderness Act and is managed by the Bureau of land management. This desola ...

                                               

Chinese famine of 1333–1337

The Chinese famine of 1333-1337 was a famine caused by a series of climate disasters in China. The famine was compounded by a plague that ravaged the entire country.

                                               

Rosalie Chichester

Rosalie Chichester was an English landowner, writer, photographer, artist and collector. She left her entire estate to the National trust.

                                               

Olivier Le Fevre

He was born in Saint-cloud, Hauts-de-Seine, on November 21, 1960. He started out as an Amateur astronomer, and then became a professional astronomer. He had two daughters. In 1997, he moved to Marseille and became interested in Cycling and surfin ...

                                               

Pōniuāena

Pnniuāena is the second most distant known quasar, with a measured redshift of z = 7.52 or a retrospective time of 13.02 billion years. Its 1.5 billion-solar-mass black hole is the most distant known black hole with a mass of more than a billion ...

                                               

GlobalSource Partners Inc

GlobalSource Partners provides independent research and consulting services in emerging markets to various investors and companies. Their analysts are locally based, former politicians for the countries they cover: Central Bank presidents, Financ ...

                                               

Paso Flores Formation

The Paso Flores formation is a recent late Triassic geological formation in the Neuquen river basin of Neuquen province in northwestern Patagonia, Argentina. The brownish-reddish conglomerates, sandstones and shales of this formation represent th ...

                                               

H. D. L. Vervliet

Hendrik de Louis Verule is a Belgian librarian and historian of books and printing. Vervliet worked as Deputy Director of the Plantin-Moretus Museum, Professor and librarian at the University of Antwerp, and Professor of the history of books and ...

                                               

Edinburgh Festival Voluntary Guides Association

The Edinburgh festival volunteer guides Association is a non-profit group of volunteers who conduct walking tours of Edinburghs historic districts, mainly for visitors to the Edinburgh summer festivals. This organization was established as part o ...

                                               

Nyai Gede Pinateh

Nyai Gede Pinate was a Javanese merchant. She was born a Muslim and emigrated to Java, where she got a job as a trader. She is known as Sunan giris foster mother. During this period, Southeast Asia was known for its female merchants, as trade was ...

                                               

Lakeside v. Oregon

Lakeside V. Oregon, 435 U.S. 333, was a decision in which the Supreme Court of the United States held that trial court judges could instruct juries not to find a defendant guilty in any way on the basis of his refusal to testify against himself, ...

                                               

Donald Trumps Phoenix rally (June 2020)

US President Donald trump held a rally dubbed "students for trump" at the city of dreams Church in Phoenix, Arizona, on June 23, 2020. The rally received a lot of attention for being held despite a lower-than-expected turnout at his previous rall ...

                                               

Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 (NSW)

The biodiversity conservation act of 2016 is a state act of Parliament in New South Wales. Its long title is the act relating to biodiversity conservation and repealing the threatened species conservation act of 1995, the nature conservation Trus ...

                                               

Harpullia leichhardtii

Harpullia leichhardtii is a tree that grows up to 8 m tall. Shoots and stems of inflorescences are covered with short, weak, soft hairs, but otherwise the tree is bare. The rachis of the compound leaf is 5-17. 5 cm long, and there are four to eig ...

                                               

Leionema obtusifolium

Leionema obtusifolium is a small shrub up to 1 m 3 ft 3 in tall with a smooth, shiny appearance. The branches are flattened with noticeable sharp corners and a finely warty surface. Sessile leaves are smooth, papery, narrowly elliptic or with str ...

                                               

Asterolasia phebalioides

Asterolasia phoebalioides, commonly known as the bushy starbush, is a species of shrub in the Rutaceae family and is endemic to South-Eastern continental Australia. It has densely crowded heart-shaped or wedge-shaped leaves, densely covered with ...

                                               

Becky Lucas

Becky Lucas is an Australian comedian, writer and broadcaster. She is best known as a stand-up comedian and for her roles in Australian television series.

                                               

Strictly Jewish: The Secret World of Adass Israel

Strictly Jewish: the Secret world of Adass Israel is a 2016 Australian documentary film About the Orthodox Jewish community in Melbourne, Australia. The documentary was directed by Danny Ben-Moshe and aired on the Australian television channel SB ...

                                               

Martin J. Bram

Martin Julius Bram was an American Prelate of the Episcopal Church who served as Suffragan Bishop of South Florida from 1951 to 1956.

                                               

Mary Dunlop

Mary Dunlop was an Irish campaigner for the welfare of the blind and one of the founders of the Irish guide dog society for the blind.

                                               

Hattie Shepparde

Hattie Sheppard was an Australian actress who in her short career gained a growing reputation in her native country, where she was highly regarded for her intelligence, ease, grace of manner and complete dedication to her art." She died at the ag ...

                                               

MAX Purple

MAX Purple, also known as Route 307 or 17 Avenue SE BRT, is a bus rapid transit line in calgary, Alberta. Part of calgary is transited by MAX network, it mostly travels East along 17th Avenue SE from downtown calgary.

                                               

Edges Literary Magazine

Edges Literary Magazine is a creative literary magazine of poetry and short fiction published in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, in the 1980s.

                                               

Samuel Sereth Lieberman

Samuel Seret Lieberman was a judge in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Lieberman was the first Jewish judge in the province of Alberta. In 2006, he was inducted into the Alberta Order of excellence.

                                               

Hillside, Pennsylvania

Hillside is an unincorporated community in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States. The community is located along Pennsylvania route 217, 3.5 miles Northwest of Derry. There is no post office in hillside.

                                               

Tor Håkon Jackson Inderberg

Thor Haakon Jackson Inderberg is a Norwegian political scientist and senior research fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Lisaker, Norway. He holds a masters degree from the Norwegian University of science and technology in Trondheim and a ...

                                               

Grade II listed buildings in Brighton and Hove: T–V

As of February 2001, there were 1.124 listed buildings with grade II status in the English city of Brighton and Hove. The total amount in 2009 was the same. The city, located on the English channel coast about 52 miles South of London, was formed ...

                                               

Lighthouse Point Lighthouse

The first lighthouse was opened on January 15, 1876 and consisted of a white wooden square tower with a balcony and a red lantern attached to the Keepers house, the light was located at an altitude of 45 feet 14 m above sea level and emitted a st ...

                                               

Rosal Column

The Rosal column is a column of Republican militia created during the Spanish Civil war, it consisted of anarchists from the National Confederation of labor. They were fighting in the Central zone.

                                               

Salon Natasha

Natasha salon is Vietnams first private contemporary art space, founded in 1990 by the late artist VI Dan tan and his Russian wife Natalia Kraevskaya. Located in their home and Studio of vu Dan tan at 30 hang Bong, Hanoi, it functioned outside th ...

                                               

Cattle Creek

Cattle Creek, Queensland North Burnett region, locality. Cattle Creek New South Wales, a partially permanent stream of the hunter river catchment. Cattle Creek, Queensland Toowoomba region, locality.

                                               

National Garden of American Heroes

The national garden of American heroes is a proposed monument to "great figures of American history", planned by Executive order of President Donald trump. The garden, along with the task force to build and restore monuments to American heroes, w ...

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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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