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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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John Kneebone

John Thomas kneeling was a new Zealand agricultural leader. In 1974, he was elected President of the federated farmers, and in 1989, he was appointed a member of the Waitangi Tribunal. He was the inspiration for the national agricultural field da ...

                                               

Lewis Ellis

In 2019, Lewis joined the 15th season of the BBC One television series the apprentice to win a £ 250.000 investment from Alan sugar. his business idea during the show was to go into the travel business with Alan Sugar, the shows host. He was evic ...

                                               

Firehouse Frenzy

In the firehouse, daffy Duck is fast asleep until the fire bell starts ringing, at which point he thinks its his alarm clock, which has already been turned off. Still hearing the bell ring, he decides to throw the watch in the drawer of the bedsi ...

                                               

Bulbbul

Bulbbul is a 2020 Indian Hindi language film written and directed by Anvita Dutt. Produced by Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma, the film stars Tripti Dimri, Avinash Tiwari, Paoli dam, Rahul Bose and Parambrata Chattopadhyay. Bulbul, set against ...

                                               

Dazzle (film)

Dazzle is a 1999 South African fantasy Comedy-drama film directed by David Lister and starring Maxwell Caulfield, Chantelle Stander, MIA Sara and Jeff Fahey.

                                               

I Dont Want to Kill You

I Dont Want To Kill You is a 2011 horror novel by Dan wells, published by Tor Books in the United States and Headline Publishing Group in the United Kingdom.this is the third book in the John Wayne cleaver series, following "Im not a serial kille ...

                                               

William S. Harvey

William Stanley Harvey was an American graphic designer and art Director responsible for designing Elektra Records logos and many of Its album covers between the 1950s and 1970s, including covers for Love, The Doors, MC5, The Stooges, Judy Collin ...

                                               

Jean Buffong

Born in Grenada, Buffong settled in the UK and worked as a lawyer. She started writing fiction in the early forties. Her writing consists of poems, short stories, novels and plays and is centered around her Grenadian childhood. Under the silk cot ...

                                               

A Burning (novel)

The novel is set in Calcutta, India, and tells the story of its main character Jeevan, a woman who witnessed a terrorist attack on an Indian train when it was stopped at the station. The next day, the woman posted a post on Facebook, drawing the ...

                                               

Monika (character)

Monika.chr is a fictional artificially intelligent computer program from the visual novel metafictional psychological horror video game Doki Literature Club!. The character was created by Dan Salvato and voiced by Gillian Ashcraft. While Monica i ...

                                               

William Rayner

William Rayner was a British writer of novels for adults and children. After working as a teacher and lecturer, Reiner published a number of books, often historical fiction, including the unfinished devils with pictures trilogy. His two novels, I ...

                                               

Edmund Halswell

Edmund Storr Haswell, born Edmund Storr Haswell, was an English lawyer. He came to New Zealand on behalf of the new Zealand company and lived there from March 1841 to April 1845, holding several official positions, including Commissioner of local ...

                                               

Dehiwala East Grama Niladhari Division

Dehiwala-East Grama Niladhari division is a Grama Niladhari division of the Secretariat of Dehiwala Division of Colombo district of the Western province of Sri Lanka. It has a 540 gram Niladhari subdivision code. Tropical Inn, National Zoological ...

                                               

Poulson C. Reed

K. Poulson. Reid is the coadjutor Bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Oklahoma. At the end of 2020, he will succeed the Reverend Edward J. konecki as Bishop of Oklahoma. At the time of his election on December 14, 2019, he was the rector of All Sa ...

                                               

Phoebe Alison Roaf

Roaf was ordained a Bishop on may 4, 2019 at hope Church in Memphis. At the time of her election as Bishop, she was the rector of St. Philips Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia, the largest historically African-American Episcopal Church in Vi ...

                                               

Killing of Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal

On may 23, 2020, police officers killed 22-year-old Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal in salt lake city, Utah. Officers fired 34 shots at Palacios-Carbajal, hitting him 13-15 times after he chased him as he ran away with the gun, repeatedly dropping it ...

                                               

Crusade of 1129

The crusade of 1129 or the Damascus crusade was a military campaign of the Kingdom of Jerusalem with troops from other Crusader States and from Western Europe against the Emirate of Damascus. The brainchild of king Baldwin II of Jerusalem, the cr ...

                                               

David Earle Bailey

David Earl Bailey is a Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Navajoland, the Episcopal Churchs mission area. On August 7, 2010, he was ordained a Bishop. Bailey was ordained a priest in 1980 and received a masters degree. from the Episcopal Seminary ...

                                               

Old St. Marys

Old St. Marys, old St. Marys, or old St. Marys may refer to: Old St Marys Church Clonmel, a Church in Clonmel, Ireland. Old St. Marys Cathedral, a Cathedral in San Francisco, California, United States. Old St Marys Church, West Bergholt, a Church ...

                                               

J. P. Durack

John Peter William Durack, also known as roaring Jack Durack or Black Jack Durack, was an Australian lawyer. He was part of the Durac dynasty of the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

                                               

Florian Heinemann

Florian Heinemann is a German entrepreneur, venture capitalist and angel investor. Heinemann has been active in companies such as JustBooks, Zalando launch investor 2008, Rocket Internet board member 2007-2012 and Project A Ventures founding part ...

                                               

Johann Jakob Burckhardt

Johann Jakob Burckhardt was a Swiss mathematician and crystallographer. He was invited to speak at the International Congress of mathematicians in Oslo in 1936.

                                               

Lankapatuna Samudragiri Viharaya

Lankaputhra Samudraya Viharaya is a Buddhist temple located in Trincomalee district, Eastern province of Sri Lanka. This temple, located close to the ocean, is not far from the historic port of Lankapatuna, where Prince Danta and Princess Hemamal ...

                                               

Hornby, Lancaster

Hornby is a village and former civil parish 9 miles from Lancaster, now in the parish of Hornby-with-Farlton, in the Lancaster district of Lancashire, England. The village is located on the A683 road, and at the confluence of the venning and Loon ...

                                               

Charitha Pattiaratchi

Charita Pattiaratchi is a Professor of coastal Oceanography at the University of Western Australia. He heads The UVA coastal Oceanography group. and the Australian national centre for ocean gliders IMOS. He has played an active role in reaserach ...

                                               

1964 Hurricane Isbell tornado outbreak

The tornado outbreak of hurricane Isbell in 1964 was one of the most significant tornado outbreaks to hit the South Florida Metropolitan area. An outbreak that occurred on October 14, 1964, caused at least nine confirmed and possibly 13 or more t ...

                                               

Helen May Martin

Helen may Martin was an American pianist. Helen Keller called Martin the most perfect deaf and blind person in the world."

                                               

5th Missouri Infantry Regiment (Confederate)

The 5th Missouri infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Confederate States army during the American Civil war. The regiment entered Confederate service on September 1, 1862, when elements of the two battalions were combined, many of ...

                                               

Mahogany Fire

The mahogany fire was a wildfire that burned on mount Charleston in the spring mountains national recreation area, about 50 miles Northwest of Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States. The first report of the fire was received on June 28, 2020. Th ...

                                               

Armenta Adams

Armenta Adams Dumisani is an African-American concert pianist and music educator who has performed not only in the United States since 1960, but also, thanks to the us state Departments award in international relations, in 27 countries around the ...

                                               

Flatwoods, North Carolina

Flatwoods is an unincorporated community located in Lillington township, Harnett County, North Carolina. It is part of the Dunn Micropolitan area, which is also part of the greater Raleigh–Durham–Cary combined statistical area, as defined by the ...

                                               

Mount Pleasant Historic District

Mount pleasant historic district may refer to: Mount pleasant historic district mount pleasant, North Carolina, listed ON the nrhp in North Carolina. Mount pleasant Collegiate Institute Historic District, mount pleasant, North Carolina, listed on ...

                                               

John A. Pinckney

John Adams Pinckney was an American Prelate of the Episcopal Church who served as the fourth Bishop of upper South Carolina.

                                               

Mary Hardway Walker

Mary Hardway Walker was supposedly one of the last surviving American former slaves when she died in 1969. She was allegedly born in Union springs, Alabama, in 1848, married and had her first child at the age of 20. In 1917, she moved with her fa ...

                                               

Richland County Courthouse (Illinois)

The Richland County courthouse is a government building in Olney, the County seat of Richland County, Illinois, United States. This is the fourth building, built in 1914 and served as the courthouse of the Countess.

                                               

Navin Doshi

Originally from Bombay, India, Doshi completed his undergraduate education at Pune engineering College and earned a bachelor of engineering degree from Los Angeles engineering College of Gujarat University before moving to the US in 1958. In the ...

                                               

Pantsdrunk

Pantsdrunk is a Finnish, mostly antisocial form of drinking culture in which an alcoholic consumes alcoholic beverages at home in as little clothing as possible, mainly in underwear. To a large extent, this is still considered a peculiar way of l ...

                                               

Joshua P. Young House

The Joshua P. young house, also known as the McGee House, is a historic house located at 2445 High Street in blue island, Illinois. The house was built in 1852 for landowner Joshua P. young, who oversaw the development of both blue island and man ...

                                               

Hawaiian Gardens (film)

"Hawaiian gardens" is a 2001 German-American film directed by Percy Adlon and starring Richard Bradford, JI MA, Richard roundtree and Florian David Fitz.

                                               

Ticket to Paradise (1961 film)

Ticket to Paradise is a 1961 British romantic Comedy film directed by Francis Searle and starring Emrys Jones, Patricia Dainton and Wanda Hudson. The film was made as the second full-length film to be released on a double bill. It was shot at Wal ...

                                               

Group 3 Films

It was created by the NFFC to help Fund films from new filmmakers. His films had to be distributed by ABFD and mostly financed by the NFFC with ABFD to make up the balance of finances. Michael Balcon and James Laurie sat on the Board of Directors ...

                                               

Gazette (TV series)

The Gazette is a British television series that first aired on ITV in 1968. In it, Gerald Harper played James Hadley, a millionaire who moves from London to Yorkshire and buys a newspaper founded by his father many years ago. The cast also includ ...

                                               

Choraliers

Choralists are members of a chorale or choral group. This term can refer to the following choirs or schools that have choral groups: Shawnee Mission Eastern Choralists. De Anza College Chorale. Choirboys Of San Jose State University.

                                               

Eleanor Spencer (pianist)

Eleanor Spencer was born in Chicago. There she studied piano, was soon recognized as a musical Prodigy, and began performing at the age of 10. At the age of 14, she went to Europe to continue her musical education in Paris, Vienna and Berlin, stu ...

                                               

Galestian

Artur Galestian, known by the pseudonym Galestian, is an electronic music artist, producer, DJ and radio personality, mostly known in the subgenres of deep house, progressive house, melodic house and techno. In 2017, he signed a record deal with ...

                                               

J-P Conte

J. p. Conte, also known as Jean-Pierre J. p. Conte, is an American businessman and philanthropist working on educational equity, immigration reform, and conservation issues. Conte is the Chairman and managing Director of private equity firm Genst ...

                                               

Ebele Oseye

Ellis Ebele N. Oseie is an African-American poet and writer who has received the Gwendolyn Brooks award for poetry. She teaches African literature at pace University.

                                               

Mary Edwards Calhoun

Calhoun was born into A Philadelphia Quaker family in 1873. She graduated from Packer College in Brooklyn and teachers College at Columbia University. She taught at the Horace Mann school, Barnard College, and Packer. She was also editor of the w ...

                                               

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is a full-service medical hospital and emergency room located in Jamaica, Queens, on the service road of the van Wyck Expressway on Jamaica Avenue.

                                               

Nneka Onuorah

Nneka Onuora is an American film Director and producer. She is best known for her directorial debut, the same distinction, about gender roles in the black lesbian community.

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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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