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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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Gapa

Gap can refer to: Gap, a diminutive of the Russian male name Agafon. GAPA, a diminutive of the Russian female name Agapia. GAPA, a diminutive of the Russian male name Agapit. GAPA, a diminutive of the Russian male given name Agap. GAPA, a diminut ...

                                               

Gryazev-Shipunov

Gryazev-Shipunov may refer to: Gryazev-Shipunov GSH-23 Russian: Gryazev-Shipunov GSH-23, Soviet twin-Barrel 23 mm autocannon. Gryazev-Shipunov GS-6-30 Russian: Gryazev-Shipunov GS-6-30, Soviet 30-mm 6-barrel rotary gun. Gryazev-Shipunov GS-6-23 R ...

                                               

Goran Vesic

He graduated from primary and secondary school in his hometown of Kraljevo. He graduated from the faculty of law of the University of Belgrade and in 1999 was a trainee of the Robert Schuman European Foundation in the European Parliament.

                                               

George Kelly (British Army officer)

Educated at Wellington College and the Royal military College, Sandhurst, Kelly was commissioned into the Royal rifle corps on 11 November 1899. He was severely wounded at the battle of the Tugel heights in South Africa in February 1900 during th ...

                                               

George Jackson (British Army officer)

Educated at Neuenhain College in Heidelberg and the Royal military College in Sandhurst, Jackson was commissioned into the frontier force on 20 February 1897. He participated in the liberation of Ladysmith and the battle of Spion Kop in January 1 ...

                                               

Barney Hlatswayo

Lieutenant General Barney Hlatswayo was born in 1958 and was a South African army officer who served as chief of joint operations from 2018 until his retirement in 2019.

                                               

Compensator

Compensator can refer to: Buoyancy compensator diving. (Компенсатор плавучести дайвинг) Pressure regulation of the piston pump. Aviation buoyancy compensator. (Авиационный компенсатор плавучести) A muzzle brake used to counteract the recoil of a ...

                                               

Christopher Allan Hector Perera Jayawardena

Brigadier Christopher Allan Hector Perera Jayawardena was a Ceylon forest conservator and volunteer officer. He was a senior assistant to the conservator of forests and aide-de-camp to the Governor-General.

                                               

B59

B59 or B-59 may refer to: Boeing XB-59, an American model aircraft. B-59 military equipment. (B-59 военная техника) Soviet submarine B-59, a submarine. European highways. (Европейская автомагистраль) Altenstadter the Strass in the Austrian system ...

                                               

I9

Intel Core i9, a line of high-performance processors in the Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X series. Gulftown, microprocessors originally rumored to be called Intel Core i9. ICD-9, a coding system for medical diagnoses and procedures. Straight nine-cyli ...

                                               

HMS Tourmaline

Four ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Tourmaline: HMS Tourmaline J339, a Catherine-class minesweeper launched in 1942 as USS Usage, was transferred and renamed in 1943 upon completion. Returning to the United States in 1947 it was subs ...

                                               

Remington Versa Max

The Remington Versa Max, also stylized as the VERSA MAX, is a gas-powered semi-automatic shotgun introduced by Remington Arms in 2010. It has a chamber for the use of 12 gauge shells with lengths of 2 3 ⁄ 4 inches, 3 inches and 3 1 ⁄ 2 inches. It ...

                                               

Princetown (disambiguation)

Princeton may refer to: Princetown Hm prison, a prison in Princetown. Princeton, a village on Dartmoor in the County of Devon in England. Princeton, new York, a town in the district of Schenectady, new York, United States of America. Princeton, B ...

                                               

Bwlch (disambiguation)

Bwlch is a village in Wales. Bwlch means pass in Welsh and can also refer to Bwlch-y-Ddeufaen, a mountain pass in Conwy County. Rhos Bwlch-y-rhandir, a site of special scientific interest in Ceredigion. Cors Bwlch-y-baedd, a site of special scien ...

                                               

St Cadocs Church

St Cadocs Church or St Cadocs Church is the name of a number of churches dedicated to the Welsh Saint Cadoc. These include St Cadocs Church, Caerleon, Newport. St Cadocs Church, Glynneath, Neath Port Talbot. St Cadocs Church, Llangattock jargon, ...

                                               

Boughton

Boughton, Cheshire. (Боутон, Чешир) Boughton house, a country house in Northamptonshire. Boughton, Northamptonshire, which gives it its name. Boughton railway station, the planned Terminus of the Northampton-Lamport railway. Boughton, Norfolk. (Б ...

                                               

Scottish Socialist Party (disambiguation)

The Scottish socialist party is an organization formed in 1998 from the Scottish Socialist Alliance. The Scottish socialist party may also refer to: The Scottish socialist party of 1987, which split from the labour party with the participation of ...

                                               

Movement for Reversal

The u-turn movement is a center-left Social democratic political organization in Serbia. The leader of the party is Janko Veselinovic, a Professor At the University of Novi Sad and one of the leaders of the Alliance for Serbia.

                                               

Flytenow

Flytenow was an American flight sharing company. The company has developed a web-based platform to connect travelers with licensed pilots flying non-commercial General aviation aircraft, which allows you to divide the cost of the flight proportio ...

                                               

435th

435th may refer to: The 435th air ground operations wing, the first USAFE wing dedicated exclusively to supporting combat pilots. The 435th bombardment squadron, an inactive United States air force unit. The 435th operations group, an inactive Un ...

                                               

Angela Christiano

Angela M. Cristiano is a molecular geneticist in the field of dermatology. Her research focuses on genes involved in hair and skin growth, as well as the treatment of hair loss and skin cancer. She is the Richard and Mildred Rodebeck Professor of ...

                                               

El-Mahdi Holly

El Mahdi Holly is an American politician from the state of Georgia. A member of the Democratic party, Holly served in the Georgia House of representatives for the 111th district. Holly ran in a special election for the Georgia House of representa ...

                                               

Yevgeniy Nikulin

Yevgeny Alexandrovich Nikulin is a Russian computer hacker. He was arrested in Prague in October 2016 and accused of hacking and stealing the data of several American technology companies. In March 2018, he was extradited to the United States, an ...

                                               

Claude A. Bray, Jr.

Claude A. Bray, Jr. was an American lawyer and politician. Bray was born in Grantville, Georgia. He moved with his family to Manchester, Georgia, and graduated from Manchester high school. Bray graduated from the University of Georgia school of l ...

                                               

Minimum high regard

Minimal high esteem is both a legal procedural and euphemistically disparaging term of art in the US Senate. Its original meaning in this body is the rule on speeches between members, designed to ensure "politeness" and mutual politeness in their ...

                                               

Rela Mazali

She was born in 1948 in kibbutz Maayan Baruch in Northern Israel. Her mother moved to Israel from Kansas city because of her Zionism. Mazali grew up in tel Aviv. There, she studied philosophy and comparative literature at tel Aviv University. Sin ...

                                               

Egriselda Lopez

Griselda araceli gonzález lópez is a Salvadoran diplomat. From 2010 to 2013, she served as adviser and Deputy chief of mission at the Embassy of El Salvador in the Republic of Korea. She was appointed adviser and Minister-adviser to the permanent ...

                                               

James Hill (Mississippi)

James hill was a politician who held public office in Mississippi. He served in the Mississippi House of representatives, including as Sergeant-at-arms and speaker, and was Secretary of state of Mississippi during the reconstruction era. He serve ...

                                               

Ida Revels Redmond

IDA Alcorn Revels Redmond was a teacher and organizer of the womens movement in the United States. It encouraged self-improvement efforts through civic, educational, and social services. Her father was Hiram Revels, the first African-American to ...

                                               

Thomas W. Stringer

Stringer was an American Christian Minister and a Mississippi state Senator. He helped organize churches, schools, and fraternal organizations. In 1869, he was elected to the Mississippi state Senate. Stringer was born in Maryland and grew up in ...

                                               

Breene Harimoto

Bryn Harimoto was an American politician who served in the Hawaii Senate from the 16th district from 2015 to 2020. From 2011 to 2014, he served on the Honolulu city Council from the 8th district. Harimoto was appointed to the Hawaii Board of educ ...

                                               

James M. Alexander

James Milo Alexander was an African-American businessman and politician in Phillips County, Arkansas. Alexander was a successful businessman and the first African-American justice of the peace in Arkansas. Born into slavery in North Carolina, a s ...

                                               

J. Clator Arrants

James CLITOR Arrants was a South Carolina politician. He served in the South Carolina House of representatives, the U.S. Navy, returned to the state House of representatives, served in the South Carolina Senate, and was appointed a judge of the f ...

                                               

Loreen Ruth Bannis-Roberts

Lorin Ruth Bannis-Roberts is a politician, businesswoman and diplomat from the Commonwealth of Dominica. Since August 2016, she has been the permanent representative of Dominica to the United Nations, becoming the first woman to hold this post. R ...

                                               

Tomislav Tomasevic

Tomislav tomasevich is a Croatian activist, environmentalist, political scientist and politician. He is a former leader of green action, now a delegate to the Zagreb Assembly, and also one of the leaders of Zagreb-our! green / left platform and w ...

                                               

Jeffersonian

The Jefferson Institute refers to several areas that were influenced by U.S. President Thomas Jefferson: Jeffersonian democracy. (Джефферсоновская демократия) The democratic-Republican party was called the Jeffersonians, among other things. The J ...

                                               

Bullard (disambiguation)

In the United States Bullard, former name of Figarden, California. Bullards Bar, California. (Бар Буллардс, Калифорния) Bullard, Texas. (Буллард, Техас) Bullard, Georgia. (Буллард, Джорджия) Bullard Township, Minnesota. (Буллард Тауншип, Миннесот ...

                                               

Van Vleck

Van Vleck can refer to: people Trevor Van Vleck, American Pole Vaulter. Creator of the app "STA Block", which is currently in the apple app store, All Met Cross Country Runner. John Monroe van Vleck, American astronomer, father of Edward Burr van ...

                                               

The Collegian

Collegial can refer to: Kansas State Collegiate University. Publication of the student newspaper at Baltimore City College. Collegiate University of Richmond. Walls Collegiate College. (Коллегиальный колледж Уолла) The Independent Collegian, a st ...

                                               

Moosehead

Mooses head may refer to: Belfast and Moosehead lake railway. USS Moosehead, the name of more than one us Navy ship. Halifax mooseheads, a Canadian ice hockey League team that plays in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Dartmouth Moose Head Dry. Moose ...

                                               

Mad Season (Twiztid album)

Mad Season is the thirteenth Studio album by American hip hop Duo Twiztid. It was released on April 20, 2020 through Majik Ninja Entertainment, without prior announcement and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recording sessions took place at a dojo i ...

                                               

List of schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark

Bergen County St. Marys Rutherford High School. Bergen Catholic High School Oradell. Paramus Catholic High School Paramus. Don Bosco Ramsey Preparatory High School. St. Joseph Regional High School Montvale. Academy of Holy Angels Demarest. Immacu ...

                                               

Gaston High School

Gaston high school may belong to one of these public schools in the United States: Gaston school, kindergarten through twelfth grade in Gadsden, Alabama. East Gaston high school, mount Holly, North Carolina. Gaston Junior / Senior High School, Ga ...

                                               

1972 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1972 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1972 College football season in the NCAA Collegiate division. Ed Dougherty is back for his second year as h ...

                                               

1974 Holy Cross Crusaders football team

The 1974 Holy cross crusaders football team was an American football team that represented Holy cross College as an independent during the 1974 NCAA Division I football season. Ed Dougherty is back in his fourth year as head coach. The team compi ...

                                               

"The Only Unavoidable Subject of Regret"

"The only unavoidable subject of regret": George Washington, slavery and the enslaved community in mount Vernon is a scholarly book on the history of slavery in mount Vernon during the time of George Washington. Written by Mary V. Thompson, the b ...

                                               

1917 Fordham Maroon football team

The 1917 Fordham Maroons football team was an American football team that represented Fordham University as an independent team during the 1917 College football season. Fordham claims a 22-3 record. The College football data warehouse lists the t ...

                                               

Sean OBrien (labor leader)

Sean Aubrien is an American labor leader who currently serves as Vice President of the Eastern region of the international brotherhood of Teamsters. Aubrien was the youngest person elected President of Teamster Local 25, a position he still holds ...

                                               

Lewis Welch

Welch served as supervisor of the city of Exeter, Michigan, from 1845 to 1849. On November 4, 1856, house was elected to the Michigan state Senate, where he represented the 9th district from January 7, 1857 to December 31, 1860.

                                               

Miss Disco

Miss Disco was an American thoroughbred racehorse who won important sprint events against foals during her racing career, but secured her place in history when, as a broodmare at Claiborne farm, she was bred by Nasrullah and produced the highly i ...

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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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