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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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2020–21 En Avant de Guingamp season

The 2020-21 season is En Avant de Guingamp Cotes-dArmors 108th season of existence and the second consecutive season of clubs in the second division of French football. In addition to the domestic League, Guingamp will participate in this seasons ...

                                               

Esra Ozatay

Ozatai was born in 1976 in Germany. In 1993, she graduated from Kadikoy girls high school, and in 1998, she graduated from the Turkish Air Force Academy. She completed her training at the 2nd main jet base command between 1998 and 2000 and served ...

                                               

The Old Town (Al-Ula)

The old town is a completely abandoned city. It is one of the three remaining Islamic cities in the world. It is located in the West of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in the al-Ula governorate of al-Madina province. It is known as Deira. Inside the ...

                                               

Augustopolis

Augustopolis may refer to the following ancient places: Augustopolis, the old name of the city of Zaragoza in Spain. Augustopolis in Palestine, an ancient city of Palestine and a bishopric, later a Latin Catholic title, whose see is now Petra. Au ...

                                               

Shooting and crying

The term "shooting and crying" refers to the practice of former soldiers of the Israel defense forces describing their actions in uniform and expressing remorse.

                                               

Faridah Nambi

Nambi was born to Mr. Moses Kigongo and Sarah Kigongo in Butambala district. Nambi attended Gayaz primary school, Gayaz high school, Kawempe Muslim High school, and graduated from Makerere University in 1998 with a bachelor of business administra ...

                                               

Eva, ¿que hace ese hombre en tu cama?

Eva, ¿que hace ese hombre en tu cama?, also known as Que bravas son las solteras is a 1975 Comedy film co-produced by Mexico, Spain and Puerto Rico, directed by Tulio Demicheli and starring Manolo Escobar, Paca Gabaldon, iris Chacon, Olga Briskin ...

                                               

Mayra Mendoza

Mayra Soledad Mendoza is an Argentine politician who served as a national Deputy from 2011 to 2019 and is currently the mayor of Quilmes for the Front de Todos party.

                                               

Jozef Maynard Borja Erece

Jozef Maynard Borja Eres is an Australian lawyer and commercial lawyer who is the youngest law graduate in Australias history.He graduated from the University of southern Queensland with a bachelor of laws degree in 2015 at the age of 18. In the ...

                                               

Redeeming Love (2021 film)

Redemptive love is an upcoming American Christian romantic drama film co-produced by Lightworkers Media, Pure Flix Entertainment, Mission Pictures International and Nthibah Pictures and starring Abigail Cowan and Tom Lewis. The film is based on F ...

                                               

James Warner (surveyor)

James Warner was a pioneer surveyor in Queensland, Australia. Arriving at Moreton Bay penal colony in 1938, he was one of three surveyors who surveyed the area of present-day Brisbane and its environs. He worked for 50 years at the Queensland Bur ...

                                               

Granville William Chetwynd Stapylton

Granville William Chetwynd Stapylton was a pioneer and surveyor in Australia. In 1839, Stapylton was one of three surveyors, the other two being Robert Dixon and James Warner, sent by the Governor of New South Wales, George Gipps, to the Moreton ...

                                               

Treymain Spry

Born in Ipswich, Queensland, Spry, who is of indigenous descent, played his Junior Rugby League for the Goodna Eagles and attended Redbank plains state high school and Ipswich state high school before being signed by the Sydney roosters.

                                               

2020 Internazionali Femminili di Palermo

The 2020 Internazionali Femminili di Palermo is a professional womens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts at the Time Club country club. This is the 28th edition of the tournament, which is part of the 2020 WTA tour. It will be held i ...

                                               

Hans Winckelmann

Born in Hamburg, the son of the Wagnerian singer Hermann Winkelmann, whose grandfather was the founder of the Braunschweig piano factory Zeitter & Winkelmann Christian Ludewig Theodor Winkelmann, among whose other ancestors was Johann Joachim Win ...

                                               

Ouiatchouaniche River

Ouiatchouan river is a tributary of lake Saint-Jean, proceeding sequentially on unorganized territory of Lac-Ashuapmushuan, municipality of St Hedwig and the town of Roberval, in the regional County municipality of Le domain du ROI, in the admini ...

                                               

Gabriel Dyck

Gabriel dake is a canadian curler from Edmonton, Alberta. He currently leads the Alberta Golden Bears mens Curling team in varsity Curling and on the World Curling tour. Dake will represent Canada at the 2021 world Junior Curling Championships in ...

                                               

Manitoba Provincial Road 241

Provincial road 241 is a short provincial road in Manitoba, Canada. It begins at Winnipeg County road and runs East into the rural municipality of Headingley, ending at PR 334 south. PR 241 is a Western extension of Roblin Boulevard running along ...

                                               

Manitoba Provincial Road 218

PR 209 begins at provincial trunk highway 59 in Saint-Malo and runs generally in a southerly direction for 35 kilometers 22 miles. It turns West about three kilometers North of the Canada-us border and heads West for ten kilometers six miles befo ...

                                               

Manitoba Provincial Road 209

PR 209 begins at provincial trunk highway PTH 59 in the southern part of Tolstoy, 8.2 kilometers 5 miles North of the Canada-us border. It runs East for about 7.5 km 5 mi, heads northeast for 4 km 2 mi through Gardenton, and then North to its Ter ...

                                               

Manitoba Provincial Road 220

PR 220 begins at provincial trunk highway PTH 8 about 1 kilometer 0.6 mi North of the Winnipeg perimeter highway. It runs Northwest parallel to Grassemere road until it intersects with PR 409, and then turns North to join provincial trunk highway ...

                                               

Manitoba Provincial Road 215

Provincial road 215 is a short provincial road in the canadian province of Manitoba. The road begins at provincial trunk highway PTH 12, the border between the rural municipalities of Brokenhead and Springfield, and runs about 8 kilometers 5 mile ...

                                               

Cauldron Falls

Waterfall boiler or the boiler may refer to: Cauldron of the Lynn river Devon, a waterfall in Scotland. Caldron falls, a stream between Caldron lake and Peyto lake, Alberta, Canada. Snout cauldron, a waterfall in the upper reaches of the river Te ...

                                               

Three Gorges Dam collapse controversy

After the opening of the Three gorges dam, a number of controversial theories were popularized and spread through social networks.according to proponents of such theories, the Three gorges dam is undergoing structural deformation and is on the ve ...

                                               

Bohemian Hall

Bohemian hall may refer to: in the United States Z. C. B. J. Hall Arthur, Wisconsin, also known as Bohemian Hall or Zapadni Cesko Bratrske Jednota Hall. Zcbj Lodge No. 46, in Prague, Oklahoma. Z. C. B. J. Tolstoj Lodge No. 224 in Scio, Oregon. Cz ...

                                               

Louisa Goddard Frothingham Molson

Louise Goddard Frothingham was born in Montreal, lower Canada, the daughter of John Frothingham. Her father had a hardware business. She was the namesake of her mother, Louisa Goddard Archibald Frothingham, and her sister-in-law, Louisa Davenport ...

                                               

Roy Little Chief

Roy little chief was a canadian Siksika elder and former chief of the Siksika nation from 1981 to 1983. He was a long-time activist for the rights of indigenous peoples and indigenous peoples of Canada.

                                               

Saskatchewan Selects

Saskatchewan hosts the SK summer soccer series, in which they play with other canadian soccer teams. Saskatchewan Selects is an exhibition soccer team that tries to become a canadian Premier League team or bring a team to Saskatchewan.

                                               

Paul McNicholas (statistician)

Paul D. Mcnicholas is an Irish-canadian statistician. He is a Professor and University scientist in the Department of mathematics and statistics, and since 2017 has been Director of the MacData Institute at McMaster University, where he holds the ...

                                               

Old Apple Tree

The old Apple tree was an Apple tree in Vancouver, Washington, United States, which was considered the oldest Apple tree in the Pacific Northwest. Planted in Fort Vancouver in 1826, the tree is "credited with starting the Apple industry in Washin ...

                                               

Marian Knight

Marian knight is a British doctor and Professor of maternal and child health at the University of Oxford. She is an honorary public health consultant for public health England. During the COVID-19 pandemic, knight studied the characteristics and ...

                                               

41st Moscow International Film Festival

The 41st Moscow international film festival was held from April 18 to 25, 2019. Nikita Mikhalkov, a Russian film Director, became the festivals President. The main jury was South Korean film Director Kim Ki-Duk. "the Emperor of Paris" was the ope ...

                                               

Guandan

Guandang is a popular poker game that originated in Jiangsu province, China. The game uses two decks of cards, and is played with four players. Players sitting opposite each other form a two-person team. The basic rule of the game is to lay down ...

                                               

Sichuan embroidery

Sichuan embroidery, or Shu Xiu it is a folk art embroidery style native to Sichuan and Chongqing. It originates from Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province. Along with Suzhou embroidery, Hunan embroidery and Cantonese embroidery, Sichuan embroi ...

                                               

Zhang Songwen

Zhang Songwen is a Chinese actor and acting coach. He is known for starring in the 2018 film a Game of shadows and the 2020 drama Bad kids.

                                               

National Route 100 (Costa Rica)

National secondary route 100, or simply route 100,is a national automobile route of Costa Rica located in the province of San Jose.

                                               

National Route 102 (Costa Rica)

National secondary route 102, or simply route 102,is a national automobile route of Costa Rica located in the province of San Jose.

                                               

Ostbirk Church

The Moscow Church is a parish Church in the municipality of Horsens. It is under the supervision of the Archdiocese of Aarhus in the Danish Church. The Church was built around 1200 and features Romanesque and Gothic architecture. It is decorated ...

                                               

Aitkul Samakova

Aitkul B. Samakova is a Kazakhstani politician, former member of Parliament, political scientist. She was a representative in the Mazhilis and Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan, as well as the first Deputy Minister of trade of Kazakhstan. Sa ...

                                               

James BKS

Lee-James Ejuma, better known by his stage name James BKS, is an African hip hop lyricist, music composer and producer.

                                               

Robert Cawdron

Robert Caudron was a French-born British film and television actor. Often starring as police officers, he played Dixon of dock green as detective inspector cherry for a long time.

                                               

Chatenay

Chatenay or Chatenay is the name or part of the name of several communes in France: Brown hair, in the Department of Isere. Chatenay-sur-Seine, in The Seine-et-Marne Department. Chatenay, in the ain Department. Chatenay-Malabry, in the Hauts-de-S ...

                                               

Rhinoceros (Jacquemart)

The rhinoceros is an 1878 sculpture by Henri Alfred Jacquemard, depicting a life-size rhinoceros made of cast iron. Commissioned to stand in front of the Trocadero Palace at the 1878 worlds fair, it was quickly completed to be ready for the openi ...

                                               

Landtag of the Republic of Baden

The Landtag of the Baden Republic was the representative and legislative body of the Baden Republic, active from January 15, 1919 to February 3, 1933. It replaced the second chamber of the Badisch-Standeversammlung of the Grand Duchy of Baden and ...

                                               

Baden, Tasmania

Baden is a rural locality in the South Midlands local government area in the Central region of Tasmania. It is located about 21 kilometers Southeast of the city of OATLANDS. The 2016 census estimated a population of 36 people for the suburb of Ba ...

                                               

Schwab

Schwab or Schwab may refer to: Schwab last name. (Шваб фамилия) Schwabe crater, a small lunar crater. Shvabe publishing house, the oldest printing house and publishing house in the world.

                                               

Decentraleyes

Decentraleyes is a free and open source browser extension used to emulate a local content delivery network. Its main task is to block connections to major CDNs, such as Cloudflare and Google, and maintain popular web libraries locally on the user ...

                                               

Mehtap Oezaslan

Oezaslan studied chemistry at the University of Berlin and received a diploma in the group of R. Schomaker. From January 2008 to February 2012, she defended her doctoral dissertation in the group of P. Strasser at the University of Berlin. From N ...

                                               

Matthias Asche

Born in Hamburg, Asche studied history, political science and German at the University of osnabrück, the University of Vienna and the University of Rostock from 1988 to 1993. From 1995 to 1997, he was a research associate at the University of tüb ...

                                               

Central Union of Sailors of Germany

The Central seamens Union of Germany was a trade Union representing seamen and associated workers in the German merchant Navy. Albert Stormer, the leader of the Hamburg seamens Union, called a conference of local seamens unions in June 1897, at 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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