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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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P. robusta

P. robusta may refer to: Pyrgulopsis robusta, The Jackson lake springsnail, is a very small or tiny species of freshwater snail endemic to the United States. Partula robusta is an extinct species of gastropod endemic to French Polynesia. Pandesma ...

                                               

M. rubra

M. rubra may refer to: Myrmica rubra, the European fire ant or common red ant, is a species of ant found throughout Europe. Microhyla rubra, a narrow-lipped frog species found in India. Mesogona rubra is a moth species found in the Cascade mounta ...

                                               

Velum

The superior cerebellar velum, anterior cerebellar velum, or Wussens valve, a white substance in the brain that extends between the upper cerebellar pedicels. Bridle of the upper medullary velum, a slightly raised white stripe that passes into th ...

                                               

Pedicle

Skin flap leg medicine. Peduncle, leg process of the renal podocyte. The leg of the vertebral arch, the segment between the transverse process and the vertebral body, is often used as a radiographic marker and entry point for vertebroplasty and k ...

                                               

List of butterflies of China (Riodinidae)

This is a list of butterflies of China belonging to the family Riodinidae, and an index to the species articles. This is part of the complete list of butterflies of China.

                                               

Cynopterinae

The subfamily Cynopterinae includes 24 species of pteropodid bats distributed exclusively in South and Southeast Asia. The subfamily contains the following genera: Cuperus. (Куперус) Dyacopterus-Dayak fruit bats. (Dyacopterus-Даяк плодовые летучи ...

                                               

Muranotrichea

Muranotrichea is a class of free-living marine anaerobic cilia, which together with the classes Parablepharismea and Armophorea form the main group of obligate anaerobes in the SAL group. Muranotrichea is a medium to large, elongated holotric cil ...

                                               

Amplified magnetic resonance imaging

Enhanced magnetic resonance imaging is an MRI technique that combines video magnification processing techniques to amplify fine spatial variations in MRI scans to provide better visualization of tissue movement. Amri can allow better visualizatio ...

                                               

Robo-Dog

Robo-Dog is a 2015 American film directed by Jason Murphy, written by Anthony Steven Giordano and stars Patrick Muldoon, Olivia Dabo, Michael Campion, Wallace Shawn, and James Arnold Taylor as the voice of Robo-Dog. It was released on October 12, ...

                                               

Louis Despreaux Saint-Sauveur

Jean-Marie Deprault or Louis Deprault Saint-Sauveur, born December 20, 1794 in Fougeres and died November 27, 1843 in Mexico city, was a French botanist.

                                               

Baie de la Dauphine

Bayeux de La Dauphine is a natural harbour located on the Laurenche Peninsula, in the North-West of the island of Grand Terre in the Kerguelen Islands.

                                               

HEARTBEAT (video game)

In Heartbeat, the player controls magician Eva staccato as she travels throughout the beginning using various Mogs. The party meets with various wild Mogs, causing battles on the traditional turn-based role-playing game battle system. When out of ...

                                               

Melamchi Water Supply Project

Melamchi water supply project is a project to supply potable water to Kathmandu by diverting 170 million liters of water per day. The project was started in 1998 and is still under construction as of 2020. The facility of this project is located ...

                                               

Paper cut

A paper cut occurs when a piece of paper or other thin, sharp material cuts through a persons skin. Paper cuts, although named from paper, can also be caused by other thin, tough, and abrasive materials. Although a loose piece of paper is usually ...

                                               

Lucidus

Lucidus may refer to: Chlorostilbon lucidus or sparkling emerald, a bird species. Cyanerpes lucidus, or the shining honeycomb, is a bird species. Ligustrum lucidum or Chinese Privet, a flowering plant species. Chrysococcyx lucidus or the shining ...

                                               

Parvulus

Dromaeus parvulus, synonym of Dromaius novaehollandiae ater fossil bird. Oxybrycon parvulus, a species of frog. Lactarius parvulus, a type of fungus. Chinattus parvulus, a species of spider. Derolathus parvulus, a species of beetle. Buckleria par ...

                                               

Southmoor Nature Reserve

Southmoor nature reserve is an 11-hectare nature reserve in Havant, Hampshire. It is managed by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight wildlife Trust. It is part of the Langstone harbour site of special scientific interest and is a grade I listed buildi ...

                                               

Rain frog

The rain frog can belong to one of the following species: Eleutherodactylus in Neotropica. (Элеутеродактиль в Неотропике) Eleutherodactylidae, a family of frogs in North and South America. Brevicipitidae. Breviceps in Africa. (Breviceps в Африке) ...

                                               

Mottled frog

Spotted frog may refer to: Adlers pied tree frog Plectrohyla thorectes, a frog in the family Hylidae, endemic to Mexico. Spotted shovel-nosed frog Hemisus marmoratus, a frog in the family Hemisotidae found in Africa. Spotted tree frog Philautus p ...

                                               

Burrowing frog

Burrowing frog can refer to several fossil species of frogs: Rainbow burrowing frog Scaphiophryne gottlebei, a frog in the family Microhylidae found in Madagascar. Short-legged frog Cyclorana brevipes, a frog in the family Hylidae, native to East ...

                                               

Green toad

The green toad can refer to several species of toads, all previously included in the genus Bufo: Incilius melanochlorus, a dark green toad native to southern Central America. Bufotes, Eurasian green toads or Palearctic green toads, several specie ...

                                               

Muisca (disambiguation)

The muisca people are the indigenous population of Colombia. Muisca can also refer to: The chibcha, the language of muisca, also called "muisca", "Mosca" or Muskmelon". Genus muisca, a genus of checkered beetles. Muisca Confederation, a former co ...

                                               

M. spectabilis

M. spectabilis may refer to: Murex spectabilis, a species of sea snail. Manilkara spectabilis, a tree species. Macrocybe spectabilis, a type of fungus. Mopalia spectabilis, a type of clam. Malus spectabilis, a type of crab Apple. Melanophryniscus ...

                                               

Coccoid

Coccoid means a shape similar to or resembling coccus, i.e. spherical. The noun coccoid or coccoids can refer to: Some green algae, such as desmids and former Chlorococcales, are now in several orders within the division Chlorophyta. A level of o ...

                                               

Clamshell

Clam shell can refer to anything that resembles a bivalve clam shell: A clamshell container, a structure used for storing and packaging food, is usually made of plastic or cardboard. Clamshell waterfall, a waterfall in Australia. Clamshell design ...

                                               

Anentome

Anentome is a genus of freshwater snails with an opercula, aquatic gastropod mollusks in the family Nassariidae, families almost all of which are marine.

                                               

LSMEM2

Leucine-rich single-pass membrane protein 2 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the LSMEM2 gene. THE lsmem2 protein is conserved in mammals, birds, and reptiles. In humans, LSMEM2 was found to be highly expressed in the heart and skeletal m ...

                                               

Nicobar

The Nicobar crow. (Никобарская ворона) Nicobar Scops-owl. (Никобар Скопс-сова) Nicobar the Flying Fox. The Nicobar parrot. (Никобарский попугай) Central Nicobar snake eagle. Nicobar long-tailed macaque. (Никобарская длиннохвостая макака) Southern ...

                                               

T. montana

T. Montana may refer to: Trichosalpinx montana, Orchid. (Trichosalpinx montana, Орхидея) Thamnosma Montana, a Bush, turpentine broom. Thermopsis Montana, mountain goldenbanner. Tinguarra montana, a plant in the Apiaceae family. Tegenaria Montana, ...

                                               

Polyides rotunda

The polyid rotunda grows up to 20 cm long, 7.9 inches,and its cartilages, teretes, and branches are two to three times forked. The branches have a diameter of about 2 mm 0.079 inches and reach the same height. The retainer looks like a disk. In c ...

                                               

L. cristata

L. cristata may refer to: Lasiodora cristata, a species of tarantula in the genus Lasiodora. Lophotibis cristata is a species of bird in the IBIS subfamily Threskiornithinae, called the Madagascar IBIS. Lepiota cristata, a species of fungus in th ...

                                               

A. elegans

A. elegans may refer to: Acrogenotheca elegans is a species of fungus found in Australia and New Zealand. Afrotyphlops elegans is a species of snake found on the island of príncipe in são Tomé and príncipe. Asterella elegans, an elegant asterella ...

                                               

Micromitrium

Micromitrium is a genus of haplolepid mosses in the monotypic family Micromitriaceae. The genus Micrometrium was previously placed in the family Pottiaceae in the order Pottiales.

                                               

PCHS

The initials PCHS can represent one of several different schools: Parkersburg Catholic High School. Panther Creek High School Texas. Patrick County High School. Pershing County High School. Port Chester High School. Pamlico County High School Nor ...

                                               

Kinnikinnick (disambiguation)

Kinnikinnik is a Smoking product that uses the leaves or inner bark of any of the following plants, usually mixed with other plant materials such as tobacco and / or berries. Kinnikinik kinnikinik, etc. may refer to:

                                               

List of lakes of Ontario: B

Lake Balfour Sudbury Area. Barn Lake-Bikers Lake, Thunder Bay Area. Basket Lake-Basket River, Kenora District. Bamford Lake Kenora District. Beardance Lake. (Озеро Берданс) Bates Lake. (Озеро Бейтс) Bass Lake County Of Simcoe. Opposite The Lake. ...

                                               

Anigozanthos rufus

Anigozanthos rufus is a herbaceous perennial plant native to the southern coast of Western Australia. common names include red kangaroo paw, crimson kangaroo paw, and Backdoor.

                                               

Cardamom mosaic virus

Green cardamom is one of the most ancient spices in the world. Known as the "spice Queen", due to its aroma and taste, it is one of the most exotic and highly priced spices. It is the third most expensive spice in the world after vanilla and saff ...

                                               

Sword grass

Sword grass can refer to: View Of Gahnia. (Вид На Ганью) Poa ensiformis. Some types of herbs with blades that are sharp enough to cut through human skin, this is because they contain a lot of silica phytoliths, a hardening material in many plants ...

                                               

Schoenus triticoides

Schoenus triticoides is a species with ivory-colored climax bases and leaf sheaths that are open and membranous. The inflorescence of this species is a relatively long and straw-colored spike-shaped panicle, somewhat resembling the flowering head ...

                                               

Schoenus purpurascens

Schoenus purpurascens is a species of sedge endemic to the mountains of the South-Western part of the Western Cape province of South Africa, with a distribution center in the Caledon area.

                                               

Schoenus prophyllus

The key diagnostic feature of S. prophyllus is its well-developed, hard, shiny spikelets with relatively long mucous membranes compared to other species of the Schoenus cuspidatus group. Other species of the S. cuspidatus group that are similar t ...

                                               

Schoenus calceolus

A unique diagnostic feature of S. calceolus is the flat base of the culm, held together by a thin translucent shell, which can sometimes be twisted. Schoenus calceolus has ovate spikelets similar in shape to those of Schoenus prophyllus and Schoe ...

                                               

Schoenus bracteosus

Schoenus bracteosus has firm primary inflorescence bracts that surround its spines and the base of the climax, which are firm and inviscid. This species also has short hairs on its spikelet scales. The flowering heads of S. bracteosus resemble th ...

                                               

Schoenus crassiculmis

Schoenus crassiculmis is a species of sedge endemic to the mountains of the Western Cape province of South Africa. A few collections of this species were also collected in the Western regions of the Eastern Cape province.

                                               

Schoenus compactus

The main distinctive morphological features of S. compactus are its short, dense and compact or overloaded inflorescences, as well as strong shells and ligules. Schoenus compactus is very similar to Schoenus auritus, but the former species has ha ...

                                               

Schoenus albovaginatus

The key diagnostic feature of S. albovaginatus is its ivory-colored membranous membrane. The inflorescence of S. albovaginatus is short and congested, appearing compressed between its lower primary inflorescences. Another key morphological featur ...

                                               

Schoenus comparoides

Schoenus comparoides was originally included in the description of Schoenus compar due to the morphological similarity between the two species. However, S. comparoides lacks the viscous climax bases that are evident in S. compar. The second key d ...

                                               

R. californica

R. californica may refer to: Rhynchospora californica, the California beak-nosed rush or California beak-nosed rush, is a plant species endemic to California. Rosa californica, the California wild rose, is a plant species native to California and ...

                                               

S. laevis

S. laevis may refer to: Scleria laevis, the smooth scleria, is a flowering plant species in the genus Scleria. Sporolactobacillus laevis, an anaerobic gram-Positive bacterial species of the genus of Sporolactobacillus. Shorea laevis is a plant sp ...

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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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