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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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Wang Ning (politician, born 1961)

Wang Ning is a Chinese politician, currently serving as Deputy party chief and Governor of the southwestern Chinese province of Fujian. He is an alternate member of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist party of China.

                                               

Highland Hotel

The Highland hotel, also known as the Hudson hotel, is a historic hotel building located in the highlands Hooning district of Albuquerque, new Mexico. It was built in 1906 and functioned as a hotel until the 1970s, and in 1983-84 the building was ...

                                               

Serena Connolly

Serena Connolly is a researcher of ancient Roman history, specializing in Roman social history and Latin literature. Connolly received a bachelors degree from the University of Cambridge in 1998. In 2004, she received her Ph. D. from Yale Univers ...

                                               

Stephen Palmquist

Steven Rickquist is a Kantian philosopher in the Department of religion and philosophy at Hong Kong Baptist University. His more than 200 publications, including works translated into at least twelve different languages, include more than 110 pee ...

                                               

Standard Building (Columbus, Ohio)

The standard building, also known as the blue cross building or as the Google building, is a historic building in downtown Columbus, Ohio. The building was built in 1912. The first tenants were Lancaster Tire & Rubber Company, Mutual Life Insuran ...

                                               

Valley Dale Ballroom

Valley Dale ballroom is located in a historic building in Columbus, Ohio. Built in 1925, it became a nationally famous ballroom during the big Band era of the 1930s and 1940s.it Was listed on the national register of historic places in 1982 and o ...

                                               

2019 Duke Blue Devils womens soccer team

The 2019 Duke Blue Devils womens soccer team represented Duke University during the 2019 NCAA Division I womens soccer season. The blue devils were led by head coach Robbie Church in his nineteenth season. They played their home games at Koskinen ...

                                               

A1 road (Namibia)

The A1 is a national highway in Namibia. The 76-kilometer stretch of road between Windhoek and Okahandja is the only category a road In Namibia. Consisting of a motorway along its entire length, it came into existence in 2017, when sections of th ...

                                               

Amerisource Business Capital

The company was founded in 1984 in Houston, Texas. The company has capital investments in companies in such industries as natural gas, aviation, and steel.

                                               

SECR R class

The SECR R class can refer to: The SER R class is a class of 0-6-0T locomotives built by the SER South Eastern railway between 1888 and 1898. The LCDR R1 class was a class of 0-4-4T locomotives built by the South Eastern and Chatham railway to a ...

                                               

Cornish engine valve gear

The valve gear opens and closes the valves in the correct order. In rotating engines, valve timings can be driven by eccentrics or cranks, but in non-rotating beam engines, these options are not available. In the Cornish engine, the valves are dr ...

                                               

Class 35

Class 35 may refer to: Class 35.1: BBO 429.9, ČSD class 354.7. Class 35.3: PKP class Ol12. Class 35.8: PKP class Ol12. Class 35.5: class 364.0 ČSD. Class 35.4: class 354.8 ČSD. Class 35.7: PKP class Ol103. Class 35.2: BBO 429, ČSD class 354.7, PK ...

                                               

Al-Tammuz

The al-Tammuz rocket was an Iraqi project to create an SSM based on Scud technology, which could deliver a payload of at least 1000 kg over a distance of 1200 km. The missile was a potential delivery system that could help Iraq deliver nuclear wa ...

                                               

Moorside clean energy hub

Moorside clean energy hub is a proposal put forward on 30 June 2020 by EDF and 14 other companies and unions to create an energy hub that will produce electricity and hydrogen using nuclear energy and renewable energy sources.

                                               

Widgeon 12

Widgeon 12 is an American sailing Dinghy designed by Robert H. Baker and first built in 1964. The design was racing, but is most often used in the role of training sails.

                                               

J/92s

The J / 92s was designed by rod Johnston as a Class b offshore sailing boat in accordance with the European Union pleasure craft Directive. While the J / 92s shares the hull shape and internal layout of the J / 92, it has been optimized for racin ...

                                               

Sun Odyssey 349

The Sun Odyssey 349 is a recreational keelboat built primarily of fiberglass with a rigid Chinese hull. The deck is cast under pressure with an end grain balsa core. It has a fractional 9/10 sloop rig with a decked stepped mast, veiled machinery ...

                                               

Jack Peterson Memorial

John Jacob "rifle Jack" Peterson was a revolutionary war-era patriot of African and Kitschewan descent, whose quick thinking helped repel British troops in Croton, new York. His actions thwarted the treasonable plans of Benedict Arnold and led to ...

                                               

Edward D. Gazzam

Edward Despard Gazzam was an American physician, lawyer, politician, and abolitionist. He was a founder of the free soil Party and served in the Pennsylvania state Senate.

                                               

RBI Monetary Museum

The RBI Monetary Museum or Reserve Bank of India Monetary Museum is a Museum in Fort Mumbai that covers the evolution of money in India, from the earliest barter system and the use of cowries to paper money, coins, stock markets and modern electr ...

                                               

Birpara Tea Garden

Birpara tea garden is a village, tea garden and two gram panchayats in Madarihat-Birpara CD block in Alipurduar subdivision of Alipurduar district in the state of West Bengal, India.

                                               

Pavel Mialeshka

Pavel Myaleshka is a Belarusian track and field athlete who competes in the javelin throw. In 2019, he competed in the mens javelin throw at the 2019 world Championships in athletics in Doha, Qatar. He had no right to participate in the final. He ...

                                               

Deng Zeqi

Deng Ziqi is a Chinese Muay Thai Kickboxer who fights from the Da Dong Xiang Fight club. He scored notable wins over Letzileu Compartor, Rungravee Sasiprapa, Sergio Velesanam and Chang Hyun Lee. Deng fought under the banners of Wu Lin Feng, Glory ...

                                               

Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in July 2020

This article documents the chronology and epidemiology of SARS-CoV-2 in July 2020, the virus that causes the 2019 coronavirus disease and is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic. The first human cases of COVID-19 were identified in Wuhan, China, ...

                                               

Xu Changs rebellion

From 172 to 174, the religious leader Xu Chang led a major revolt against the Chinese Han dynasty in the commandery of Kuaiji. Having declared themselves Emperor during the restoration of the ancient state of Yue, Xu and his followers were initia ...

                                               

Liu Yin (Shu Han)

Liu Yin was originally from Chengdu, the capital of Yi province, encompassing present-day Sichuan and Chongqing. When he was still a young man, the name Liu Yin became famous along with the names of Du Zhen and Liu Shen, who were the same command ...

                                               

Fu (surname 符)

Fu or Fu is a Chinese surname meaning" tally” in ancient Chinese, referring to the Zhou Fu dynasty. Its use as a surname comes from the postal name Fu XI Ling, which was borne by Gong Ya, the grandson of the Duke of Qing of Lu, who later migrated ...

                                               

Consort Wang (Taizong)

The Emperor gave her the title of shufei. The Emperor and Wang had a son, Zhao Yuanyang, called the "eighth Prince", born in 986. At the time of the Princes birth, the Emperors wife was Empress Li, who was considered the Princes" official mother. ...

                                               

Wang Ching-feng (magistrate)

Wang Ching-Feng is a Taiwanese politician. Wang Ching-Feng sat on the Hualien County Council and was its speaker. Wang, a member of the Kuomintang, defeated Chen Yun-sin, a candidate of the Democratic progressive party, in the Hualien County magi ...

                                               

Leon Moser

Leon Jerome Moser was an American convicted murderer from Wisconsin who was executed by the state of Pennsylvania for the 1985 murder of his ex-wife and two daughters in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He was the second person executed in the st ...

                                               

Regiment de Dauphine (1776)

The regiment de Dauphine was a line infantry regiment of the Ancient regime that served at the end of the XVIII century. Although the ancient link and title were lost in 1791, the regimental successor to the 29th infantry regiment served througho ...

                                               

1904 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1904. Republican candidate Henry Roberts defeated Democratic candidate A. Heaton Robertson with 54.88% of the vote.

                                               

1910 Rhode Island gubernatorial election

The 1910 Rhode island gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1910. The incumbent Republican is Aram J. Johnson. Pottier defeated the Democratic candidate, Lewis A. Waterman, with 49.60% of the vote.

                                               

1916 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1916 new Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 7, 1916. The Republican candidate, Henry W. Keyes, defeated the Democratic candidate, John S. Hutchins, with 53.20% of the vote.

                                               

1902 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1902 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 1902. Republican candidate Abiram Chamberlain defeated Democratic candidate Melbert B. Carey with 53.44% of the vote.

                                               

2020 Massachusetts general election

The 2020 Massachusetts General election is scheduled for November 3, 2020 across Massachusetts. Primary elections are scheduled for September 1, 2020. At the Federal level, all nine seats in the United States House of Representatives will be cont ...

                                               

Senator Bell

John bell Tennessee politician 1796-1869, U.S. Senator from Tennessee from 1847 to 1859. James bell new Hampshire politician 1804-1857, U.S. Senator from new Hampshire from 1855 to 1857. Samuel bell 1770-1850, U.S. Senator from new Hampshire from ...

                                               

1906 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1906 new Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 1906. The Republican nominee, Charles M. Floyd, defeated the Democratic nominee, Nathan K. Smith. Jameson with 49.79% of the vote.

                                               

1908 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1908 new Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1908. Republican candidate Henry B. Quinby defeated Democratic candidate Clarence E. Carr with 50.40% of the vote.

                                               

1914 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1914 new Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1914. The Republican candidate, H. Rolland, is a member Of the house of representatives. Spaulding defeated the Democratic candidate, albert V. Noone, with 55.18% of the vote.

                                               

The Hardships of the English Laws in Relation to Wives

Difficulties of English laws in relation to wives: with an explanation of the original curse of subordination imposed on women: in a modest address to the legislature-a legal treatise by Sarah Chapon on the oppression of married women, stylized a ...

                                               

Toneisha Harris

Tonisha Harris is an American singer and songwriter. She is the runner-up in the 18th season of the American talent competition The Voice behind the winner Todd Tilghman.

                                               

Paul Graham Wilson

Paul Graham Wilson is an Australian botanist. He was the most prolific author of Nuysia magazine, contributing to the first issue in 1970 and to the 12th volume in 1998, which was dedicated to him for his contributions to plant taxonomy and the c ...

                                               

CammWess

Cameron Wesley, Jr., known professionally as CammWess, is an American R& b and pop singer. He finished fourth in the 18th season of the American talent competition The Voice.

                                               

Robert Balson Dingle

Robert Balson Dingle was a British theoretical physicist, known for his work on mathematical physics, condensed matter physics, asymptotic decompositions, the anomalous skin effect, liquid helium II, mathematical functions and integrals. He was a ...

                                               

Chronicle of 819

The chronicle of 819, also called the chronicle of Kartmin, is a chronological table of important events and people from the birth of Jesus to ad 819, written in Syriac by an anonymous Miaphysite monk from the Kartmin monastery. It contains lists ...

                                               

Conversazione

Conversazione is a "public gathering of scientists or an artistic society" for conversation and discussion, especially about art, literature, medicine and science. It would not be easy to devise a happier way what contemporaries say of their sche ...

                                               

Vespula infernalis

Vespula infernalis is an obligate parasitic Wasp that parasitizes the nests of other species of the genus Vespula. Its General appearance is the host-V. acadica in North America. It is sometimes called the yellow shirt wasp cuckoo because of its ...

                                               

Michael Parmenter

Parmenter studied dance in the 1980s in new York and was influenced by both new York choreographer Eric Hawkins and Japanese master Buto min Tanaka. He founded the dance troupe "perepolok "in 1990 with outstanding works, including the dance Opera ...

                                               

Ascan Lutteroth

His grandfather, Ascan Wilhelm Lutteroth, was a merchant and served in the Hamburg Parliament as a Senator. His father, Christian Alexander Askan Lutteroth (1812-1867), was a famous banker. From 1861, he studied under Alexander Calame in Geneva, ...

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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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