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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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Watertown Historic District

Watertown historic district or Watertown commercial historic district may refer to: in the United States by States Watertown center historic district, Watertown, Connecticut, listed ON the nrhp in Connecticut. Watertown historic district Watertow ...

                                               

Rail Splitter

Rail splitters can refer to: A man who splits logs to build fences. Rail Splitter Wind Farm, a 100 MW generating facility located in Illinois and named after President Lincoln. A nickname for Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States. Linco ...

                                               

ViaGen Pets

ViaGen Pets, based in cedar Park, Texas, is a division of TransOva Genetics that offers animal cloning services to pet owners. The ViaGen Pets division was launched in 2016. ViaGen Pets offers cloning as well as DNA preservation services, sometim ...

                                               

King High School

King High School may refer to: King William High School, King William, Virginia. Grace King High School, METAIRIE, Louisiana. King College Prep High School in Chicago, Illinois. King George High School, King George, Virginia. Rufus King High Scho ...

                                               

Gainesville

Gainesville is the name of several places in the United States: The city of Gainesville, the state of new York. Gainesville, Georgia. (Гейнсвилл, Джорджия) Gainesville, Alabama. (Гейнсвилл, Штат Алабама) Gainesville, Missouri. (Гейнсвилл, Миссури ...

                                               

Needmore

Needmore can refer to: Needmore, Delta County, Texas. Needmore, West Virginia. (Нидмор, Западная Вирджиния) Nidmar, Nikogda County, Texas. Needmore, Missouri. (Нидмор, Штат Миссури) Needmore, Owen County, Kentucky. Needmore, the Virginia home of ...

                                               

194 (disambiguation)

194 ad is a year. 194 may also refer to: Texas State Highway 194. Kansas highway K-194. (Канзасское шоссе к-194) Oregon Route 194. (Орегонский Маршрут 194) Wyoming Highway 194. (Вайоминг Шоссе 194) Interstate 194 elimination of ambiguity. Jordan ...

                                               

FMHS

FMHS can refer to: Flower mound high school, a public high school in flower mound, Texas, USA. Frank McCourt high school, a public high school on the Upper West side, new York, new York, USA. Fruita Monument High School, a public high school in F ...

                                               

Finch House

Finch house may refer to: James W. Finch house, Monterey, California, listed on the national register of historic places NRHP. Finch house Spokane, Washington, listed on the NRHP in Spokane County, Washington. John A. Finch caretakers home, Hayde ...

                                               

Medical Center station

Medical center station may refer to: VA Medical Center station DART, a light rail station in Dallas, Texas. VA Medical Center station Metro Transit, a light rail station in Minneapolis, Minnesota. La County USC Medical Center station, a bus stati ...

                                               

Longfellow School

Longfellow school may refer to: in the United States by state and then by city Longfellow school of Boise, Idaho, listed on the NRHP in Ada County, Idaho. Longfellow elementary school, Butte, Montana, listed on the NRHP in silver bow County, Mont ...

                                               

Tyler Branch

The Tyler Branch is a tributary of the Missisqua river, flowing successively in Bakersfield, Enosburg, and Sheldon, in Franklin County, in Northern Vermont, in the United States. The Tyler Branch valley is served by the Tyler Branch road, which r ...

                                               

Burgess Branch

The Burgess Branch is a tributary of the Missisquoi river, crossing the municipalities of Eden and Lowell, Vermont, the intermediate part, along Lamfer road is mostly on the Southeast side, the upper part is served mainly by mines road. The surfa ...

                                               

Killington

There are several places called Killington: Killington Beck, the location of lake Killington or Killington reservoir in Cumbria. Killington Lake services, a service area on the M6 motorway in England. Killington, Cumbria, a village and civil pari ...

                                               

William Harris House

William Harris house may refer to: in the United States of America by state William B. Harris House, Zanesville, Ohio, nrhp-listed. Senator William A. Harris house, Linwood, Kansas, listed on the NRHP in Leavenworth County, Kansas. William Harris ...

                                               

SeaTac (disambiguation)

SeaTac can refer to: The Commons at Federal Way, formerly SeaTac shopping center. Federal detention center, SeaTac FDC SeaTac. SeaTac, Washington, United States, a city in the Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan area. SeaTac / Airport station, a light ra ...

                                               

Kingsgate

Kingsgate, Huddersfield, an indoor shopping centre located in the city centre of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. Kingsgate, Winchester, Hampshire, England. Kingsgate, Dunfermline, an indoor shopping centre located in the centre of Dunferml ...

                                               

Nooksack

Nooksack or Nootsack may refer to: Rucksacke language, the language of this tribe. Nooksack people, an American Indian tribe in Whatcom County, Washington.

                                               

Adyte hyalina

Adyte hyalina is a species of marine annelid worm in the family Polynoidae scale worms, the only recognized species of the genus Adyte, found in the northeastern Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean sea at depths of almost 300 meters

                                               

FHHS

FHHS can refer to: Forest Hills High School New York, in Queens, new York, United States. Federal Hocking High School, Stewart, Ohio, United States Of America. Forest Hills High School Pennsylvania, Sidman, Pennsylvania, United States Of America. ...

                                               

D road

D the road may refer to: D roads in Slovakia are dialnica motorways. D roads in Malaysia are roads in Kelantan. A500 road, the main A road in Staffordshire and Cheshire, England. D roads in the Czech Republic are the dalnice motorways. D roads in ...

                                               

Spring Mills

Spring mills may refer to: Spring Mills, Pennsylvania, a census-designated place in center County, Pennsylvania. Spring Mills Historic District, a national historic district located near Martinsburg, Berkeley County, West Virginia. Spring Mills, ...

                                               

Devil ray

The devils ray may refer to: Shortfin devil ray, Mobula kuhlii. Devil fish, Mobula mobular. Manx devil ray, Mobula munkiana. Bentfin devil ray, Mobula thurstoni. Lesser Guinean devil ray, Mobula rochebrunei. Rays of the genus Mobula, cartilaginou ...

                                               

White Sulphur Springs

Sources of white sulfur may refer to: White sulphur springs of Jena, Louisiana, listed on the NRHP in La Salle parish. White Sulphur Springs, North Carolina. White sulphur springs, Florida, former name or natural spring of white springs, Florida. ...

                                               

Fayetteville High School

Fayetteville High school may refer to: Fayetteville Academy, Fayetteville, North Carolina. Fayetteville High School West Virginia, Fayetteville, West Virginia. Fayetteville High School Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Fayetteville-Perry High Sch ...

                                               

DLL

The DLL can refer to: Data link layer, a layer in the OSI network architecture model. Dillon County Airport IATA code, an airport near Dillon, South Carolina, United States. The Davis-Putnam-Logeman-Loveland algorithm, an algorithm for solving th ...

                                               

Beaver Dam pepper

Beaver dam pepper is a Capsicum annuum variety obtained from seeds brought to beaver dam, Wisconsin by Hungarian immigrant Joe gusli in 1912. It is listed in the Slow Food Foundations ark of taste And is the subject of an annual festival held at ...

                                               

Swan House

Swan house may refer to: Henry Swan House, Arlington, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts. Swan House Atlanta, listed ON the nrhp in Georgia. Swan House Chelsea Embankment, A Grade II * listed house on the river Thames in Chelsea, Central Lon ...

                                               

Beloit

The Town Of Beloit, Kansas. Beloit, Alabama. (Белуа, Штат Алабама) The city of Beloit, Wisconsin, adjacent to the city of Beloit. Beloit, Georgia. (Белойт, Джорджия) Beloit, Ohio. (Белойт, Штат Огайо) Beloit, Iowa. (Белойт, Айова) South Beloit, I ...

                                               

Five Mile Creek (disambiguation)

Five Mile Creek is an Australian television series. Five Mile Creek or Fivemile Creek may also refer to: Fivemile Creek Susquehanna River, a stream in new York. Fivemile Creek Wood County, Wisconsin, a stream in wood and Portage counties, Wiscons ...

                                               

ALX

ALX can refer to: File name extension ".ALX" for various types of computer files. Alex Gardner singer, Scottish singer who performs under the stage name A-L-X. Thomas K. Smith Russell field, Alabama, United States of America IATA code. ActiveX la ...

                                               

Westerly

Westerly may refer to: Westerly winds prevailing in mid-latitudes. The prevailing wind found in Perth, Western Australia, also known as the Fremantle doctor. Westerly Piffard, New York, is a historic home located at Piffard in Livingston County, ...

                                               

PVD

PVD can refer to: Physical vapor deposition, vacuum deposition methods used for thin film deposition. Posterior vitreous detachment is a condition of the eye in which the vitreous membrane separates from the retina. Paul van dyke, German trance D ...

                                               

Andy DAgorne

Andy Dagorn is a green politician who has represented the Fishergate constituency for the Green party of England and Wales since being elected as one of the first green councillors for York, England, in 2003. Following the 2019 York city Council ...

                                               

2020 Green Party of England and Wales leadership election

The leadership election of the Green party of England and Wales will be held in the summer of 2020. It is held regularly every two years. The 2020 elections are the seventh since the party decided to have a leader and Deputy leader.

                                               

1944 Iowa Senate election

The 1944 Iowa state Senate election was held as part of the 1944 United States biennial election. Iowa voters have elected state senators in 30 of the states 50 counties. State senators serve four years in the Iowa state Senate. The Iowa General ...

                                               

Johannes Handschumacher

Johannes Handschumacher was a German politician of the Christian democratic Union and a former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Richard Oetzel

Richard Etzel was a German politician of the Christian democratic Union and a former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Franz Josef Bach

Franz Joseph Bach was a German politician of the Christian democratic Union and a former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Pablo Da Silveira

Pablo da Silveira garcía is a Uruguayan writer, lecturer, philosopher and politician of the National party, serving as the Minister of education and culture of Uruguay since March 1, 2020.

                                               

No Surrender (to the IRA)

"No Surrender" is a chant sung to the tune of the anthem" Oil in My Lamp", which expresses opposition to the Irish Republican army, which was used as a football chant by English fans. He sang in pubs in the 1970s and 1980s and has since been asso ...

                                               

J.J. McCullough

John James McCullough is a canadian political commentator, columnist, political cartoonist and youtuber. He is known for his political commentary videos and videos about canadian culture, politics and social research. A supporter of the conservat ...

                                               

1979 Canadian federal budget

The 1979 canadian Federal budget was presented by Finance Minister John Crosby in the house of Commons of Canada on December 11, 1979. This was the first and only canadian Federal budget presented during the Premiership of Joe Clark. The budget w ...

                                               

Madan Mohan Mahato

Madan Mohan Mahato was an Indian politician, a member of the Indian national Congress. He was born on January 2, 1927 in the village of Agardih. He was the son of Jourama Mahato. He went to school Hulmura H. E. School. Mahato worked as a schoolte ...

                                               

Brazil–Ethiopia relations

Brazil-Ethiopia relations refer to the current and historical relations between the Federal Republic of Brazil and the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. Both countries are members of the Group of 77 and the United Nations.

                                               

The Betrayal (Dunmore novel)

"Betrayal" is a 2010 historical novel by the English writer Helen Dunmore. It takes place in Leningrad in 1952, ten years after the siege of Leningrad, and takes place during the political repression in the Soviet Union and the conspiracy against ...

                                               

Roy Shaw (politician)

Roy Shaw OBE was a labour party politician in London, England. From 1975 to 1982, he chaired Camden city Council in London. He served on Camden Council and its predecessors continuously for 51 years until shortly before his death, making him the ...

                                               

Wolfgang Doring

Wolfgang Doring was a German politician of the Free democratic party and a former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

Lower class

The lowest class can refer to: Lower social class, those who are at the end or near the end of the socio-economic hierarchy, also known as the lower class, and can include many of those who are at the very bottom of the working class. The America ...

                                               

Durgadas Bauri

Durgadas Bauri was an Indian politician, a member of the Indian national Congress. He was born on January 15, 1942 in Raghunathpur. He was the son of yugal Chandra Bauri. He went to godi Bero high school. Mahata contested the Raghunathpur constit ...

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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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