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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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Ralph O. Dunbar

Ralph Oregon Dunbar was a justice of the Washington Supreme court from 1889 to 1912. Born in Schuyler County, Illinois, Dunbars family crossed the plains in a bull team during His infancy and settled near Salem, Oregon. Dunbar attended Willamette ...

                                               

Andrea Barozzi

Andrea Barozzi was a Venetian nobleman. He was the hereditary Lord of Santorini in the Cyclades and served as the official and military commander of the Republic of Venice. Andrea was the first-born son of Jacopo Barozzi, Lord of Santorini and Te ...

                                               

List of awards and nominations received by Ennio Morricone

Ennio Morricone, OMRI was an Italian composer, Orchestrator, conductor and trumpeter who wrote music in a wide range of styles. He has composed more than 400 film and television scores, as well as over 100 classical works. His most famous composi ...

                                               

Suzanne Jung

Susanna Jung is a former Prime-time news anchor, journalist and editor of the NewsAsia channel. In 2018, she was appointed an "honorary Ambassador" of the Ministry of culture, sports and tourism of South Korea. Jung is a consultant for themediaco ...

                                               

WMTT

WMTT can refer to: WMTT AM, a radio station 820 AM in Horseheads, new York. WMTT-FM, a 100.9 FM radio station in Horseheads, new York. WRIO, a 101.1 FM radio station in Ponce, Puerto Rico, which held the call sign WMTT from 1983 to 1986. WTHK, a ...

                                               

Cumbia (Colombia)

Cumbia is a folk genre and dance from Colombia. Since the 1940s, commercial or modern Colombian cumbia has spread to the rest of Latin America, after which it has become popular across the continent after various commercial adaptations, such as A ...

                                               

Irisosaurus

Irizar-an extinct genus of dinosaur sauropodomorpha of sauropodomorphs of the Chinese formation of Tanztage. The type species Irisosaurus yimenensis was officially described in 2020. It was the taxon is the sister of Mussar.

                                               

Aleksandr Baltiysky

Alexander Alekseyevich Baltiysky was born on June 18, 1870 in the city of Baltiysky port of the Estland province. He graduated from the Riga real school. In June 1891, he was drafted into the ranks of the Russian Imperial army and sent to the mil ...

                                               

History of Finland (1917-present)

Finnish nationalism began to grow in the nineteenth century, along with European nationalist movements. Runebergs tales of ensign Stoll and Lonnroth Kalevala formed the basis of the cultural identity of the peoples. The first world war and intern ...

                                               

Ronnberg

Ronnberg is a Swedish surname that may refer to: Glenn Ronnberg (born 1961) is a Swedish footballer. Lennart Ronnberg was born in 1938, a major General in the Swedish army. Hanna Ronnberg 1862-1946, Finnish artist and writer. Jonas Ronnberg (born ...

                                               

Japanese destroyer Hatsuzakura

Hatsuzakura was one of 23 Tachibana - class destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final phase of world war II.

                                               

Japanese destroyer Shii

The Tachibana subclass was a simplified version of the previous Matsu class to make them even more suitable for mass production. The total length of the ships was 100 meters 328 feet 1 inch, width-9.35 meters 30 feet 8 inches, draught-3.37 meters ...

                                               

Japanese destroyer Hatsuume

Hatsuume was one of 23 Tachibana - class destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the final phase of world war II.

                                               

Japanese destroyer Kaba (1945)

The Tachibana subclass was a simplified version of the previous Matsu class to make them even more suitable for mass production. The total length of the ships was 100 meters 328 feet 1 inch, width-9.35 meters 30 feet 8 inches, draught-3.37 meters ...

                                               

Japanese destroyer Sumire (1944)

The Tachibana subclass was a simplified version of the previous Matsu class to make them even more suitable for mass production. The total length of the ships was 100 meters 328 feet 1 inch, width-9.35 meters 30 feet 8 inches, draught-3.37 meters ...

                                               

French xebec Singe (1762)

Singe was a Renard-class Xebec of the French Navy, launched in 1762. She served in the Mediterranean against barbarian pirates and is famous for a number of important officers who served on Board, notably Flott, Raymondis, and Suffren.

                                               

French ship Nymphe

Nymphe 1782, a 40-gun frigate, the lead ship of her class. The nymph is a Siren-class submarine. Nymphe 1811, a 40-gun frigate of the Ariane class. Nymph 1692, barque. (Нимфа 1692, барк) Nymphe 1752, a 24-gun frigate. Vistule 1805, a 44-gun Horte ...

                                               

Modest Matveyevich Okulov

Modest Okulov was born in 1765 in a noble family, the son of the Provincial master Matvey Gerasimovich Okulov 1734-1819 and Anna Alekseevna, née Princess Kropotkina 1747-1816, brother of Alexey Okulov. On April 2, 1784, Okulov was appointed to th ...

                                               

Escuadrilla de Bandas

The Escuadrilla de Bandas, also known as the band of the Chilean air force, is a musical unit of the Chilean air force, uniting the military musicians of this institution, as well as the Chalconese, blue berets and glider squadron. They make up a ...

                                               

Nimaan Sidhu

Amandeep Singh, better known as Nimaan Sidhu, is an Indian singer, lyricist and composer associated with Punjabi music, and soon Nimaan Sidhu is going to link himself with Punjabi cinema. He started his career with the lyrical field of music "Fed ...

                                               

Atta Sommu Alludi Daanam

Atta Sommu Alludi Daanam is a 1992 Telugu Comedy-drama film produced by K. nagendar and directed by Yu. Nageswara RAO. In the film, the main roles are played by Vinod Kumar, Roja Selvamani and Vanisri. The film has musical score by Raj-Koti and w ...

                                               

Silli Polytechnic

Silli polytechnic is a diploma-level educational Institute that was established in 2013 as a public-private partnership. As the name suggests, this Institute is located in the Vidhan Sabha state called Silli, on the territory of the Government of ...

                                               

Rajesh Rathod

Rajesh Rathod is an Indian politician and a member of the Indian national Congress. He is a member of Maharashtra legislative Council and also a member of Zilla Parishad. He was elected to the MCA Legislative Council unopposed on 24 may 2020, alo ...

                                               

Rinshad Reera

Mohammed Rinshad, known as Rinshad rira, was a student activist at government College Malappuram and the alleged founding leader of the radical student forum.

                                               

Ashoka Wadigamangawa

Ashoka was Premlal of Adhamanah also written as Asoka of Adhamanah was a Sri Lankan politician and parliamentarian. During his political career, he represented the United National party, the Sri Lanka Freedom Party and the United peoples freedom ...

                                               

Vajrayudham

Vajrayudham is a 1985 Indian Telugu action film directed by Kovelamudi Raghavendra RAO, produced and distributed by K. Linga Murthy in the Lakshmi film Department, written by the Paruchuri brothers and starring Gattamaneni Krishna and Sridevi Kap ...

                                               

Shakthi (film)

Shakti is a 1983 Indian Telugu action film directed by K. Raghavendra RAO for Gopi films starring Krishna, Radha, Jayasudha and RAO Gopala RAO in the lead roles. Chakravarti scored and composed the films soundtrack. In the film, set against the b ...

                                               

Bobbili Estate

Bobbili estate is one of the most important Zamindari in Madras presidency, then in Vizagapatam district, now in Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh state, India. It includes 153 Jodi villages, 53 Agraharams, 5 Mohas by 1907 and an income of 8. ...

                                               

List of Zamindari Estates in Godavari district

Godavari district is one of the districts of the Madras presidency. He has a good past. Which once saw the glory of many zamindari manors, as well as huge manors like Peddapuram, Pitapuram, Kota Ramchandrapur, Polwaram, etc., Each consisting of 3 ...

                                               

Vasant Kumar Pandit

Vasant Kumar Pandit was an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Jana Sangha from Mumbai. Later, he was part of the Janata party and the Bharatiya Janata party, as the original Jana Sangh went through this phase. He was a Sanskrit scholar ...

                                               

Pithapuram Estate

Pithapuram Zamindari was one of the largest and wealthiest Zamindari in East Godavari district, Madras presidency. In 1802, Pithapuram was overshadowed by the famous Peddapuram estate. But in 1843, all the other villages of Peddapuram were lost e ...

                                               

Gandhinagar (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)

Gandhinagar, Jaipur Vidhan Sabha seat was a constituency of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly in 1972. This place was abolished during the delimitation exercise around 1976. Future chief Minister Bhairon Singh Shekhawat contested all Rajasthan Vidha ...

                                               

TSK (actor)

TSK debuted on television with Astoi Powiatu Yaara? before becoming a video jockey. He played a notable role in Purampokku Engira Podhuvudamai as Vijay Sethuapatis older brother, before playing a comedic role in Petromax 2019. In "Petromax" he pl ...

                                               

Tondar (missile)

The tondar missile is one of the Iranian anti-tank missiles intended for use in T-72 tanks. This Iranian missile, manufactured by the Ministry of defense and logistics of the Armed Forces, is launched from the barrel of a 125-millimeter gun. The ...

                                               

Dehlavieh (missile)

The Dehlavieh missile is a tactical anti-tank Iranian missile manufactured in the Ministry of defense and logistics of the Armed Forces, with a range of 5-6 km. Its guidance is semi-automatic and has high accuracy, its armor penetration is more t ...

                                               

Central Police Canteen

Central police canteen, officially known as Kendriya Police Kalyan Bhandar, is a retail chain in India serving active and retired personnel of the Central armed police force, Central police organizations and various state police forces and their ...

                                               

Francis Long (RAF officer)

Long was commissioned into the Royal flying corps on 23 February 1918 during the First world war. After transferring to the RAF at its inception in April 1918, he served in world war II as senior officer of the air staff, joint operations staff f ...

                                               

Mitha Khan Zardari

Mitha Khan was born in the village of rano Khan Zardari. Encyclopædia Sindhiana by Sindhi Language Authority retains its birthplace of the Sinjhoro Taluka, Sangar district of Sindh. He received early education at secondary school Madeira city Nav ...

                                               

Kiev Victory Parade (1920)

The Kiev Victory day parade of 1920 was a joint Polish-Ukrainian military parade held on may 9, 1920 in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. It was held on Khreshchatyk on the occasion of the liberation of the city from the Bolshevik red Army during th ...

                                               

Russian ship Yaroslav Mudry

Yaroslav the Wise is an intrepid-class Frigate of the Baltic fleet of the Russian Navy. The ship is the second in its class, known in Russia as project 11540 "Yastreb". The ship is designed to search for, detect and escort enemy submarines, provi ...

                                               

Riga Higher Military Political School

Riga higher military-political school named after Marshal of the Soviet Union Sergei Biryuzov was a Military Academy in the Soviet Union, located in the captive Latvian SSR, the city of Riga. Over the years of its existence, it has trained milita ...

                                               

Vyacheslav Tsvetayev

With the beginning of the great Patriotic war Tsvetaev became a member of the staff of the 7th army of the Northern front in Karelia. In the first half of 1942, he was Deputy commander of the 4th army of the Volkhov front. Since July 1942-command ...

                                               

Special Air Borne Force SLAF

The special Airborne forces is an elite Airborne unit of the Sri Lankan air force and is part of the slaf regiment. It provides the possibility of air attacks and protect the VVIP. Formed from the administrative unit of the regiment in 1989 by ai ...

                                               

Colonel (Sri Lanka)

Colonel is the highest officer rank in the Sri Lankan army, which is the highest rank of Lieutenant Colonel and reports to the major General. This rank has the NATO rank code of-6, equivalent to a captain in the Sri Lanka Navy and a group captain ...

                                               

Volunteer Force Training School

Diyatalawa Volunteer forces training school is the main training facility for the Sri Lanka army volunteer forces. Traditionally, the Ceylon defence Force has been trained at the Diyatalawa garrison, and annual training sessions have become a reg ...

                                               

Rasika Fernando

Major General Rasika Fernando, RSP, ndc is a Sri Lankan military leader. He is the current Deputy chief of staff of the Sri Lanka army, serving as commander of the security forces headquarters-East. He is the Colonel commandant of the Sri Lanka N ...

                                               

Ernst-Lothar von Knorr

Knorr was born in Atarfe, and grew up in Bonn. His parents were a pharmacist named Dr. chem. Karl Ferdinand von Knorr and Eugenie Sophie Merten. In 1902, he began his first violin lessons. In 1907, he was admitted to the Cologne Conservatory. Aft ...

                                               

Fred C. Sheffey

Sheffey was born and raised in mckeesport, Pennsylvania. He attended Central state University in Wilberforce, Ohio, where he participated in the Army reserve officers training corps and was a four-year starter and all-conference selection at guar ...

                                               

411th

411th may refer to: 411th civil Affairs battalion United States Tactical, Civil affairs CA unit of the United States Army. The 411th flight test squadron, 411 FLTS, is part of the 412th test wing based at Edwards air force base, California. The 4 ...

                                               

370th

The 370th may refer to: 370th United States infantry regiment, a designation for one of the infantry regiments of the 93rd provisional infantry division. The 370th fighter group or 140th operations group, a unit of the Colorado air National guard ...

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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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