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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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Lynching of Phillip Gathers

Philip Gathers was lynched on June 21, 1920, in Effingham County, Georgia. He was alleged to have raped and murdered a 17-year old white girl named Miss Anza Jaudon. After a week-long search, he was captured by law enforcement near the spot where ...

                                               

Zora Martin-Felton

Zora Martin-Felton is an American museum director and curator. She established the education department at the Anacostia Community Museum, which is a museum in the Smithsonian Institution, and worked as the Education Director there. From the 1960 ...

                                               

Kimberly Weems

Kimberly Sherrille Weems is an American statistician, active in mentoring women and members of underrepresented minority groups in statistics and encouraging them to pursue advanced studies in statistics. She is an associate professor of statisti ...

                                               

The Okra Project

The Okra Project is an American grassroots mutual aid collective that provides support to Black trans, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming people. The organization is based in New York City and was founded by Ianne Fields Stewart.

                                               

Aegialodontia

Aegialodontia is a clade of extinct early mammals, close to the origin of Boreosphenida. The clade includes some of the oldest known tribosphenic taxa, until the discovery of Tribactonodon from the Berriasian Durlston Formation in 2001, Aegialodo ...

                                               

Nichollsemys

The full length of the Nichollsemys is unknown, but Brinkman made a chart of the length of some parts of the specimen. The length from the basioccipital to the premaxilla measures 11.4 cm, the width of all the quadrates measures 9.8 cm, the depth ...

                                               

Helohyidae

Helohyidae are a group of extinct artiodactyl mammals. They lived mainly in the mid-to-upper Eocene, although some fossils were found in land in the upper Oligocene.

                                               

Suite (geology)

In geology, a suite is a lithodemic unit consisting of two or more lithodemes of a single genetic class. The law of superposition is inapplicable to intrusive, highly deformed, or metamorphic bodies of rock lacking discernible stratification. Suc ...

                                               

Lashly Formation

The Lashly Formation is a Late Triassic geologic formation in Victoria Land of Antarctica. The formation has provided fossil flora and indeterminate reptiles and dicynodonts. Tuff found in combination with Dicroidium fragments were interpreted as ...

                                               

Lanark Group

The Lanark Group is a late Silurian to early Devonian lithostratigraphic group in southern Scotland. The name is derived from the town of Lanark. It consists of sandstones and conglomerates within the Greywacke Conglomerate and Swanshaw Sandstone ...

                                               

Alveolus

Alveolus is a general anatomical term for a concave cavity or pit. Alveolus may refer to: In anatomy and zoology in general Pulmonary alveolus, an air sac in the lungs Alveolar cell or pneumocyte Alveolar macrophage Alveolar duct Alveolar process ...

                                               

John Hart Lake

John Hart Lake is a reservoir on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The lake was created in 1947 when the John Hart Dam impounded the Campbell River, and is the water source for the city of Campbell River. The Campbell River flows from ...

                                               

Ba Than (surgeon)

Thiri Pyanchi Ba Than FRCS FACS FICS was a Burmese medical surgeon, educator and administrator. The first Burmese police surgeon in British Burma, Ba Than founded and ran the main hospital in Rangoon as well as the wartime medical and nursing sch ...

                                               

Impeachment of Wilson Witzel

The impeachment of Wilson Witzel, the 63rd Governor of Rio de Janeiro, began on 10 June 2020 with a petition for his impeachment being accepted by Andre Ceciliano, President of the Legislative Assembly after a symbolic voting in the virtual floor ...

                                               

Karam Shaar

Karam Shaar is a Syria-born academic researcher, economic writer and public policy and political science analyst from New Zealand. Hes been a regular contributor to several news outlets, writing primarily about international trade, the US-Syria r ...

                                               

Alexander Glazastikov

Alexander Olegovich Glazastikov is a Russian co-founder of the anonymous group Shaltai Boltai. In 2017, he applied for political asylum in Estonia. In October 2018, he was arrested in absentia in Russia.

                                               

Dmitry Gryzlov

Dmitry Borisovich Gryzlov is a Russian television presenter, radio presenter, politician and entrepreneur. Member of the regional political council of the" United Russia” party. Founder of the" Modnoe radio” radio station.

                                               

James Lyons (Queensland politician)

James Lyons was an Irish-born Australian politician. He was born in County Leitrim to Myles Lyons and Bridget, nee Cunningham. He moved to Queensland, where he worked as a miner and timber hauler before establishing a sawmill in Cairns in 1881. H ...

                                               

Achola Rosario

Achola Rosario is an artist, a reporter and a news anchor at Radio one. Achola uses art, poetry and unconventional lifestyle to drive her activism on topics such as politics, love, sex and a balance of power between the haves and the have nots, t ...

                                               

Wendy Philander

Wendy Felecia Philander is a South African politician serving as a Member of the Western Cape Provincial Parliament since August 2018. She is the chairperson of the Standing Committee on Health. She was previously a Member of the Mayoral Committe ...

                                               

Shadow Offering

Shadow Offering is the fourth studio album by Canadian experimental pop/art rock band Braids. It was originally scheduled for released on April 24, 2020 but was pushed to June 19, 2020 due to CoViD-19. The album was produced by former Death Cab f ...

                                               

Michael Hicks Beach

Michael Hicks Beach or Michael Hicks-Beach may refer to: Michael Hicks-Beach 1760-1830, MP for Cirencester 1794–1818 Michael Hicks Beach, 1st Earl St Aldwyn 1837–1916, 9th Baronet, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1885–1886 & 1895–1902, Conservative l ...

                                               

Ian Willmore

Ian Willmore, self-styled professional trouble-maker’, played a leading role in defending the independence of the civil service in the1980s and campaigning for legislation to ban smoking in public places and standardised packaging of tobacco prod ...

                                               

Florentine, Tasmania

Florentine is a rural locality in the local government areas of Central Highlands and Derwent Valley in the Central and South-east regions of Tasmania. It is located about 81 kilometres north-west of the town of New Norfolk. The 2016 census deter ...

                                               

National Park, Tasmania

National Park is a rural locality in the local government areas of Central Highlands and Derwent Valley in the Central and South-east regions of Tasmania. It is located about 38 kilometres north-west of the town of New Norfolk. The 2016 census de ...

                                               

Francis Clerke

Francis Clerke may refer to: Francis Clerke politician, died 1715 c. 1655–1715, English politician, MP for Oxfordshire Francis Clerke politician, died 1691 c. 1665–1691, English politician, MP for Rochester Francis Clerke lawyer fl. 1594, English ...

                                               

Exploratory

Exploratory may refer to: Exploratory research, a type of research conducted for a problem that has not been clearly defined Exploratory surgery, a surgery performed to find a diagnosis for an ailment, improvements in imaging technology have redu ...

                                               

William Dowdeswell

William Dowdeswell may refer to: William Dowdeswell politician, born 1682 1682–1728, MP for Tewkesbury, 1712–1722 William Dowdeswell sheriff, died 1683 died 1683, Sheriff of Worcestershire, 1678 William Dowdeswell politician, born 1804 1804–1870, ...

                                               

Thomas Lyttelton

Thomas Lyttelton may refer to: Sir Thomas Lyttelton, 1st Baronet 1593–1650, English Royalist officer and politician Thomas Lyttelton, 3rd Viscount Chandos born 1953, British politician for the Labour Party Thomas Lyttelton MP for Coventry, MP for ...

                                               

Walter Blount

Walter Blount may refer to: Sir Walter Aston Blount, 10th Baronet 1876–1958, of the Blount baronets Sir Walter Blount, 3rd Baronet, of the Blount baronets Sir Walter de Sodington Blount, 9th Baronet 1833–1915, of the Blount baronets Walter Blount ...

                                               

Landfill Disposals Tax

The Landfill Disposals Tax) is part of the UK tax system and from 6 April 2019 is collected by the Welsh Revenue Authority and the money is used to support public services in Wales. The Landfill Disposals Tax replaced Landfill tax in Wales from 1 ...

                                               

Wen (surname 溫)

Wen is a Chinese surname. simplified Chinese: 温 ; traditional Chinese: 溫 ; pinyin: Wēn), meaning "warm", is sometimes romanised as Wen or Vun in Taiwan, On in Vietnamese, Wan in Cantonese, or Wen/Won/Wan/Bong/Voon/Oon/woon/Man/Mun in Malaysia. ...

                                               

2020–21 Pakistan federal budget

The Federal budget 2020-2021 is the federal budget of Pakistan for the fiscal year beginning from 1 July 2020 and ending on 30 June 2021. The budget was presented in the Parliament by the Federal Minister Hammad Azhar. It is also called Corona bu ...

                                               

Bitvise

Bitvise is a proprietary secure remote access software developed for Windows and available as a client and server. The software is based on the Secure Shell protocol, which provides a secure channel over an insecure network in a client-server arc ...

                                               

NoMachine

NoMachine is a cross-platform remote desktop program developed by NoMachine S.à r.l. The software provides access to remote desktops and applications running on Linux, Windows, Mac and Linux ARM devices and clients can connect from Mac, Linux, Wi ...

                                               

Organizational adaptation

Organizational adaptation is a concept in organization theory and strategic management that is used to describe the relationship between an organization and its environment. The conceptual roots of organizational adaptation borrows ideas from org ...

                                               

Alexander Vindex Vennard

Alexander Vindex Vennard, or Bowie, was an Australian writer known by several pen names, principally Bill Bowyang. The name bowyang referred to a piece of cord strapped below the knee of a wearers trousers. He wrote of swagmen, bushmen, horsemen, ...

                                               

Road to Now

Road to Now is a six-part Australian documentary about the post-Cold War era, hosted by Australian journalist Chris Bath. It was produced by Wildbear Entertainment in collaboration with the ABC, which broadcast the show in 2020. The show predomin ...

                                               

D. flavescens

D. flavescens may refer to: Dalea flavescens, a prairie clover Dysoxylum flavescens, a Malesian plant Drosera flavescens, a carnivorous plant Dichodontium flavescens, a dioicous moss Diuris flavescens, a herbaceous plant Diodia flavescens, a flow ...

                                               

P. aurea

P. aurea may refer to: Phaeolepiota aurea, the golden bootleg or golden cap, a mushroom species found throughout North America and Eurasia Pachycephala aurea, the golden-backed whistler, a bird species found in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea Para ...

                                               

List of tapaculo species

Tapaculos form the family Rhinocryptidae. The International Ornithological Congress recognizes these 60 species of tapaculos; 44 are in genus Scytalopus and the rest are distributed among 11 other genera. This list is presented according to the I ...

                                               

Frith Lake (Thunder Bay District)

Frith Lake is lake in the Unorganized Part of Thunder Bay District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. The lake is on Kelvin Island, a large island in Lake Nipigon, and is thus in the Great Lakes Basin.

                                               

Lynika Strozier

Strozier was born in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved to Chicago, with her mother, when she was a toddler. Stroziers mother was a drug addict, who was not able to care for her properly, and her grandmother raised her from age 6. She was diagnosed w ...

                                               

UV-Vis absorption spectroelectrochemistry

Ultraviolet-visible absorption spectroelectrochemistry is a multiresponse technique that analyzes the evolution of the absorption spectra in UV-Vis regions during an electrode process. This technique provides information from an electrochemical a ...

                                               

Visual pathway lesions

The visual pathway consists of structures that carry visual information from the retina to the brain. Lesions in that pathway cause a variety of visual field defects. In the visual system of human eye, the visual information processed by retinal ...

                                               

Photostress test

Photostress recovery time is the time taken for visual acuity to return to normal levels after the retina has been bleached by a bright light source. Photostress recovery time measurement procedure is known as photostress test. Normal recovery ti ...

                                               

Mammalian vision

Mammalian vision is the process of mammals perceiving visible electromagnetic radiation, analyzing it and forming subjective sensations, on the basis of which the animals idea of the spatial structure of the external world is formed. Responsible ...

                                               

Buxton Mountain Rescue Team

The Buxton Mountain Rescue Team is a UK registered charity operating search and rescue missions from its base at Dove Holes near Buxton in Derbyshire. The team covers an area of about 400 square miles across Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire ...

                                               

Wick Court, Arlingham

Wick Court, Arlingham, Gloucestershire, England is an country house constructed between the late 14th and the mid-17th centuries. Now a base for the charity Farms for City Children, it operates as a traditional livestock farm providing experience ...

                                               

UKSA

UKSA may refer to: UK Statistics Authority, the board which assures the quality of official statistics in the United Kingdom UK Space Agency, the space agency of the United Kingdom Unio Korfbalera Sant Adrià de Besos, the korfbal team of Sant Adr ...

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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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