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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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Knoxville (disambiguation)

Knoxville, Marshall County, West Virginia. Knoxville, Ohio. (Ноксвилл, Штат Огайо) Knoxville Metropolitan area, Tennessee. Knoxville, Missouri. (Ноксвилл, Миссури) Knoxville, Georgia, the County seat of Crawford County. Knoxville, Il. (Ноксвилл, ...

                                               

Gordon Daniel Morgan

Gordon Daniel Morgan was an American sociologist who became the first black Professor at the University of Arkansas in 1969.

                                               

CBS 7

CBS 7 may refer to: WTRF-TV, wheeling, West Virginia / Steubenville, Ohio. KBZK, Bozeman, Montana semi-satellite of KXLF-TV in Butte, Montana. WBBJ-DT3, Jackson, tn. (WBBJ-DT3, Джексон, Теннесси) WHIO-TV, Dayton, Ohio. (WHIO-TV, Дейтон, Огайо) KH ...

                                               

KARQ

KARQ may refer to: KARQ FM, a radio station 88.5 FM licensed to serve San Luis Obispo, California, United States. KNVE FM, a 91.3 FM radio station licensed to serve Redding, California, which held the call sign KARQ from 2015 to 2017. KCAI, a 89. ...

                                               

KHTO

CTO may refer to: KOLW, a 97.5 FM radio station licensed to serve basin city, Washington, United States, which in 2004 held the call sign KHTO. KZTB, a 97.9 FM radio station licensed to serve Milton-Freewater, Oregon, United States, which held th ...

                                               

Epinephelini

Epinephelini is one of the five tribes of the Epinephelinae subfamily of sea bass, which is part of the Serranidae family, which also includes anthias and sea bass.

                                               

Pixley

Pixley can refer to: Placenames Pixley, Wyoming, USA. (Пиксли, штат Вайоминг, США) Pixley, California, USA. (Пиксли, Калифорния, США) Pixley, Kansas, United States. Pixley green Acres, a fictional location in the United States. Pixley, Herefordsh ...

                                               

Charybdis (mountain)

Charybdis is a mountain with an elevation of 13.102 ft in the Sierra Nevada of California. Located deep in the heart of kings Canyon national Park, Charybdis is located in the heart of one of the least accessible mountain range regions. The short ...

                                               

El Monte Shopping Center

The El Monte Mall was a major shopping center, for decades the largest shopping center in El Monte, California, at 400 peck road North of the San Bernardino freeway. It opened in stages in 1958 and 1959, and was originally anchored by 263.951 squ ...

                                               

Don Barnes (sheriff)

Don Barnes is the current Sheriff-coroner of orange County, California, orange County, California. He was appointed to that position on January 9, 2019, replacing Sheriff Sandra Hutchence Barnes, appointed by then-Sheriff Sandra Hutchence Shorty ...

                                               

Robert Woodward

Robert or Bob Woodward may refer to: Robert Woodward architect 1923-2010, Australian architect and fountain designer. Robert burns Woodward 1917-1979, American organic chemist. Bob Woodward actor 1907-1972, American actor. Robert F. Woodward 1908 ...

                                               

Senator Donovan

Senator Donovan can refer to: Edward J. Smith Donovan 1864-1908, Massachusetts State Senate. Leslie Donovan born in 1936, Kansas state Senate. John J. Smith Donovan, Jr., 1913-1955, Connecticut State Senate. James G. Donovan 1898-1987, The Senate ...

                                               

Congressperson Bush

Alvin Bush 1893-1959, member of the U.S. House of representatives 1951-1959. George H. W. Bush 1924-2018, member of the U.S. House of representatives 1966-1970.

                                               

Revolution of Quebracho

The Quebracho revolution was a civil-military revolt of the Colorado party and the Blanco Party against the presidency of MAXIMO Santos. This happened in March 1886 in Quebracho, Paysandu Department, Banda Oriental del Uruguay. Among the revoluti ...

                                               

Dorotea Formation

The Dorothea formation is a geologic formation in the Rio de Las chines valley of the Magallanes river basin in Patagonian Chile, whose strata date back to the Campanian and Maastrichtian periods of the late Cretaceous.

                                               

Elizabeth High School

Elizabeth high school may refer to: Australia Elizabeth High School, Elizabeth, South Australia from 1961 to 1988, see Playford International College. United States St. Elizabeths Academy St. Louis, Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri. Elizabeth Seton ...

                                               

1967 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1967 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1967 College football season in the NCAA Collegiate division. After the resignation of Mal Massukos the for ...

                                               

Valley Curtain

"Valley curtain" is a 1972 environmental artwork in which artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude raised an orange cloth curtain over a mountainous stretch of Colorado state highway 325. Preparation began within a year of their Australian wrapped coast ...

                                               

1896 Colorado gubernatorial election

The 1896 Colorado gubernatorial election was held on November 3, 1896. Democratic party candidate Alva Adams defeated peoples party candidate Morton Shelley Bailey with 46.22% of the vote.

                                               

Osborne House (disambiguation)

Osborne House Geelong, a historic building built in 1858, is located in North Geelong, Victoria. Osborne House, Millers Point, a heritage-listed house in Sydney, New South Wales.

                                               

Edwina Whitney

Edwina Maud Whitney was an American librarian and educator who served as the first professional College librarian at Connecticut agricultural College from 1900 to 1934. She was also an assistant Professor of German from 1926 to 1934. Active in Co ...

                                               

Union of Saddlers and Portfolio Makers

The saddlers and Briefcases Union was a trade Union representing workers engaged in the manufacture of saddlery, bags and purses. The Union was founded on July 1, 1909, when the Union of briefcase and leather workers merged with the all-German sa ...

                                               

Jewett

In the United States Jewett, Ohio. (Джуэтт, Штат Огайо) Jewett, Texas. (Джуэтт, Техас) Jewett, Illinois. (Джуэтт, Иллинойс) Jewett, Missouri. (Джуэтт, Миссури) Jewett, Wisconsin. (Джуэтт, Висконсин) Jewett, New York. (Джуэтт, Нью-Йорк) Jewett Cit ...

                                               

WLAT (disambiguation)

WLAT is a radio station licensed to New Britain, Connecticut, United States. This may also apply to the following broadcast stations in the United States: WYAV, a 104.1 FM radio station licensed to Myrtle beach, South Carolina, which held the cal ...

                                               

Lewis High School

Lewis high school may refer to a number of schools: Lewis high school in Los Angeles, California, is an extension of the high school. Southington High school in Southington, Connecticut, began as Lewis Academy and for a time was called Lewis High ...

                                               

1970 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1970 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1970 College football season in the NCAA Collegiate division. Bill Whitton is back for his second year as h ...

                                               

1971 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1971 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as a member of the Yankees conference during the 1971 NCAA College Division football season. Ed Dougherty took over as head coach in his ...

                                               

1973 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1973 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent team during the 1973 NCAA Division I football season. Ed Dougherty is back in his third year as head coach. The team m ...

                                               

1977 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1977 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1977 NCAA Division I football season.Head coach Neil Wheelwright returned as a sophomore. The team made a r ...

                                               

1979 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1979 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1979 NCAA Division I-a football season. Neil Wheelwright is back in his fourth year as head coach. For the ...

                                               

1981 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1981 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1981 NCAA Division I-a football season. The team was led by a new head coach, Rick E. Carter. The team comp ...

                                               

WWMM

WWMM can refer to: WJMZ-FM, a 107.3 FM radio station licensed to serve Anderson, South Carolina, United States, which held the call sign WWMM from 1991 to 1993. WWMM-LP, a low-power 107.5 FM radio station licensed to serve Collinsville, Connectic ...

                                               

Clemson Tigers mens basketball statistical leaders

The Clemson Tigers mens basketball statistical leaders are the individual statistical leaders of the Clemson Tigers mens basketball program in various categories, including points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks. In these areas, the lists ...

                                               

Governor Reynolds

Governor Reynolds can refer to: By Robert J. Smith Reynolds, 47th Governor of the state of Delaware. John Reynolds Royal Navy officer, 5th colonial Governor of Georgia. John Reynolds American politician, 4th Governor of Illinois. Thomas coate Rey ...

                                               

Judge Lynch (disambiguation)

Charles Lynch was an American revolutionary who held an irregular trial in Virginia to punish loyalist supporters of the British. Judge Lynch may also refer to: Sandra Lynch, born in 1946, is a judge on the United States court of Appeals for the ...

                                               

Steuart Hare

Educated at Eton College and the Royal military College, Sandhurst, hare was commissioned into the Royal rifle corps on 5 may 1886. He participated in the Khazar expedition of 1888, the Miranzai expedition of 1891, the Isazai expedition of 1892, ...

                                               

Ralph Younger

Junior was commissioned into the 7th Royal hussars in 1925. He served as commander of the 3rd Carabinieri regiment in Burma in 1942 during world war II. After the war, he became commander of the 30th independent armoured brigade in March 1949, co ...

                                               

DDE

DDE can refer to: Deep dose equivalent, a measure of radiation absorbed by the body. D.De, an abbreviation used for the United States district court for the district of Delaware. Double-action doctrine, ethical criteria for assessing the permissi ...

                                               

WXOL

WXOL can refer to: WXOL-LP, a low-power 106.3 FM radio station licensed to serve Dresden, Tennessee, United States. WVCY AM, a radio station 690 AM licensed to serve Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States, which held the call sign WXOL from 1992 to 19 ...

                                               

Delawares 13th Senate district

The 13th Delaware Senate district is one of 21 districts in the Delaware state Senate. It was represented by Democrat David McBride, President Pro tempore of the Senate, since 1981, McBride has not faced a contested election since 1986.

                                               

Skipjack

Skipjack shad, a type of fish, Alosa chrysochloris. Skipjack tuna, a fish of the Scombridae family. A common name for Nutcracker beetles Elateridae. A common name for Pseudocaranx georgianus, also known as silver trevally or skippy.

                                               

Delawares 8th Senate district

District 8 is based in Newark,the third largest city in the United States, and also covers the Hockessin and North Star districts. Like all districts in the state, the 8th Senate district is entirely located in the Delavares-at-large congressiona ...

                                               

Delawares 16th Senate district

District 16 covers South Dover and its suburbs in Kent County, including highland Acres, Rising sun Lebanon, Kent Acres, Riverview, Magnolia, Woodside East, Frederica, little Creek, Bowers, and little haven. Like all districts in the state, the 1 ...

                                               

Delawares 5th Senate district

District 5 covers the Northern suburbs of Wilmington in new castle County, including Arden, Ardencroft, Ardentown, Windsor hills, Naamans manor, Wilmont, Talley corner, Afton, Shellburn, Windybush, Heatherbrook, Chalfonte, and other unincorporate ...

                                               

Delawares 14th Senate district

District 14 borders new castle County and Kent County, covering all of Smyrna, Clayton, Odessa, Blackbird, and Leipzig, as well as part of middletown. Like all districts in the state, the 14th Senate district is entirely located in the Delavares- ...

                                               

Delawares 15th Senate district

District 15 covers most of Kent County West of Dover, including Cheswold, Felton, Kenton, Maridel, Hartley, willow grove, Petersburg, Sandtown, and part of viola. It borders the state of Maryland. Like all districts in the state, the 15th Senate ...

                                               

Delawares 6th Senate district

Delawares 6th Senate district is one of 21 districts in the Delaware state Senate. It has been represented by Republican Ernesto Lopez since 2013, succeeding fellow Republican Liana Sorenson.

                                               

Delawares 12th Senate district

Delawares 12th Senate district is one of 21 districts in the Delaware state Senate. Since 2013, it has been represented by Democrat Nicole Poor, the leader of the Senate majority.

                                               

Delawares 11th Senate district

Delawares 11th Senate district is one of 21 districts in the Delaware state Senate. It has been represented by Democrat Brian Townsend since 2013, following his defeat by incumbent President Anthony Deluca in the 2012 democratic primary.

                                               

Delawares 18th Senate district

Delawares 18th Senate district is one of 21 districts in the Delaware state Senate. It has been represented by Republican David Wilson since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican F. Gary Simpson.

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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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