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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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Molly Hattersley

Molly Hattersley is a London educational consultant. Hattersley was previously a teacher and headteacher, noted for shaping education policy having overseen experimental desegregation of the British school system in the 1970s under the Labour Par ...

                                               

Anthony Radetic

Anthony Radetic is an American professional personal watercraft champion, alpine skiier, and former U. S. Army Blackhawk Pilot. A paraplegic due to a motorcycle accident, Radetic competed during the 2014 and 2016 Invictus Games and is the winner ...

                                               

Pietro Sibello

Pietro Sibello is an Italian sailor, who specialized in the skiff class. Together with his elder brother and eventual three-time Olympian Gianfranco, he was named one of the countrys top sailors in the skiff boat for two Summer Olympic editions a ...

                                               

Andre Fonseca

Andre Otto da Fonseca is a Brazilian sailor, who specialized in the double-dinghy and skiff classes. A three-time Olympian, he started his career as a double-handed dinghy sailor in Sydney, before switching to the skiff for the remaining two edit ...

                                               

Rodrigo Duarte

Rodrigo Linck Duarte is a Brazilian sailor, who specialized in the skiff class. Together with his partner Andre Fonseca, he was named one of the countrys top sailors in the skiff boat for two Summer Olympic editions, finishing in sixth and sevent ...

                                               

Origami Angel

Origami Angel began in 2017, releasing their debut EP titled Quiet Hours via Chatterbot Records. The band followed up this release with another EP in 2018 titled Doing The Most. In 2019, the duo released a Pokemon themed EP titled Gen 3. Origami ...

                                               

2020–21 FC Red Bull Salzburg season

The 2020–21 FC Red Bull Salzburg season is the 88th season in club history. They are the defending League and Cup champions. The season period from 1 July 2020 until 30 June 2021.

                                               

Phil Weir

Philip Edward Weir was a Scottish footballer who played mainly as an outside right. His only senior club was East Fife, where he spent 13 seasons and is the record scorer with 228 goals despite playing on the wing – he was initially signed as a c ...

                                               

Jason Dill

Jason Dill was born in Zanzibar, but moved to Huntington Beach, California, United States U.S. when he was 8. The same year, he met future professional skater Ed Templeton who Dill described as having "changed his life."

                                               

2020–21 Angers SCO season

The 2020–21 season is Angers Sporting Club de lOuests 100th season in existence and the clubs 6th consecutive season in the top flight of French football. In addition to the domestic league, Angers will participate in this seasons edition of the ...

                                               

List of lakes of Ontario: D

Davis Lake Tolstoi Township, Cochrane District Dam Lake Renfrew County Dawn Lake Nipissing District DArcy Lake Sudbury District Dart Lake Dagmar Lake Dagny Lake Daphne Lake Dark Lake Timiskaming District Dahlin Lake Darkwater Lake Rainy River Dis ...

                                               

Dibden Bay

Dibden Bay is a 229.4-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest between Marchwood and Hythe in Hampshire. Most of this site was formed by deposition of material dredged from Southampton Water. It has been designated an SSSI because i ...

                                               

Calshot Marshes

Calshot Marshes is a 51.1-hectare Local Nature Reserve near Calshot, at the junction of The Solent and Southampton Water in Hampshire. It is owned by Hampshire County Council and managed by Hampshire Countryside Service. It is part of Solent and ...

                                               

Beet pseudoyellows virus

Beet pseudoyellows virus is a species of virus in the genus Crinivirus. The virus was first recognised by James E. Duffus of the United States Department of Agriculture, and reported in 1975 under the title A new type of whitefly-transmitted dise ...

                                               

Power International Holding

Power International Holding is a Qatari based conglomerate founded by Moutaz Al-Khayyat and Ramez Al-Khayyat. The group’s portfolio sits across five main sectors: General Contracting, Real Estate Development, Agriculture & Food Industries, Lifest ...

                                               

William Miranda Marin Botanical and Cultural Garden

The William Miranda Marin Botanical and Cultural Garden also known as Botanical and Cultural Garden of Caguas is a botanical garden, archaeological site and natural reserve of about 60 ropes extension, which is located in the Cañabon neighborhood ...

                                               

Jim Jones (Idaho politician)

On September 17, 1922, Jones was born in Birmingham, Alabama. Jones parents were William Henry and Nannie Jones. Jones had two elder siblings. In 1942, Jones graduated from Jones Valley High School.

                                               

Rowland Mainwaring

Educated at Marlborough College, Mainwaring was commissioned into the 23rd Regiment of Foot on 30 January 1878. He saw action in the Third Anglo-Ashanti War in 1873, the Third Anglo-Burmese War in 1885 and the Bhanio Mogoumg expedition in 1886 as ...

                                               

BTFC

BTFC can refer to one of the following English football clubs: Buckingham Town F.C. Braintree Town F.C. Brading Town F.C. Berkhamsted Town F.C. Bracknell Town F.C. Brentwood Town F.C. Bridgnorth Town F.C. Beckenham Town F.C. Bedford Town F.C. Bil ...

                                               

Mishriff

Mishriff is a bay colt with no white markings bred in Ireland by Nawara Stud Limited, the breeding operation of his owner Prince A Faisal. He was sent into training with John Gosden at Clarehaven Stables in Newmarket, Suffolk. He was from the fir ...

                                               

Kettle of Fish (bar)

Kettle of Fish is a historic bar in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City. The bar was opened in 1950 on MacDougal Street, but in 1986 it relocated to the former site of Gerdes Folk City, before moving again in 1999 to its current location ...

                                               

Frenchette

Frenchette is a restaurant in TriBeCa, New York City which opened in April 2018. It won the James Beard Foundation Award as Best New Restaurant in 2019. It is owned by chefs Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson and is named for David Johansens 1978 song "Fre ...

                                               

P. dubia

P. dubia may refer to: Partulina dubia, a gastropod species endemic to the United States Psychotria dubia, a plant species endemic to Sri Lanka Praya dubia, the giant siphonophore, a deep sea organism Phelsuma dubia, the dull day gecko, a diurnal ...

                                               

C. nepalensis

C. nepalensis may refer to: Cupressus nepalensis, a southern Asian cypress Cordyceps nepalensis, a sac fungus Calocheiridius nepalensis, a book scorpion Cyananthus nepalensis, a Himalayan herb Cardamine nepalensis, a mustard flower Chorthippus ne ...

                                               

P. nepalensis

P. nepalensis may refer to: Pseudopostega nepalensis, a Nepalese moth Platynus nepalensis, a ground beetle Potentilla nepalensis, a perennial plant Phryno nepalensis, a tachina fly Pachykytospora nepalensis, a bracket fungus Psilorhynchus nepalen ...

                                               

C. elegans elegans

C. elegans may refer to: Calochortus elegans elegans, a plant subspecies Chaetanthera elegans elegans, a flowering plant subspecies found in Chile Cormocephalus elegans elegans, a centipede subspecies Cynosurus elegans elegans, a grass subspecies ...

                                               

Wilson R. Lourenço

Wilson R. Lourenço gained his PhD in evolutionary biology in 1978 from the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, and a doctorate in population biology there in 1985. Since 1971 he has worked on the taxonomy, general biology, biogeography, a ...

                                               

Tacuarembo Formation

The Tacuarembo Formation is a Late Jurassic geologic formation of the eponymous department in northern Uruguay. The fluvial to lacustrine sandstones, siltstones and mudstones preserve ichnofossils, turtles, crocodylomorphs, fish and invertebrates.

                                               

Chena Hot Springs (thermal mineral springs)

Chena Hot Springs are a system of thermal mineral springs located within the Yukon-Tanana Plateau near the town of Chena Hot Springs, approximately 50 miles northeast of Fairbanks, Alaska.

                                               

Lava Hot Springs (thermal mineral springs)

The springs were historically used by local Bannock and Shoshone Native Americans. In 1883, John and Salina Hall moved from England to Oxford, Idaho. In 1890 he submitted a homesteading file for 180 acres on the Portneuf River, on this land were ...

                                               

1904 in chess

The American Chess Bulletin is founded in New York City by Hermann Helms 1870–1963. Helms is the editor for the entire run of the magazine, which ceases publication in 1962. The 1904 Cambridge Springs International Chess Congress is the first maj ...

                                               

Phebalium obcordatum

Phebalium obcordatum, commonly known as the club-leaved phebalium, is a species of shrub that is endemic to New South Wales. It has smooth branchlets, small egg-shaped to heart-shaped leaves with the narrower end towards the base and small umbels ...

                                               

Cool Springs

Cool Springs, CoolSprings, and Cool Spring may refer to: Cool Springs Missouri Cool Spring, Delaware Cool Springs Nashville, Tennessee, an edge city in greater Nashville, Tennessee Cool Spring, South Carolina Cool Springs Carvers Creek, North Car ...

                                               

Dragon Springs

Dragon Springs is a 400-acre compound located in Deerpark, New York, which serves as the headquarters of Falun Gong. Falun Gong founder and leader Li Hongzhi resides near the compound, along with "hundreds" of Falun Gong adherents. Members of Fal ...

                                               

Chilly Peak

Chilly Peak is a 7.960+ ft mountain summit located in the Entiat Mountains, a sub-range of the North Cascades, in Chelan County of Washington state. It ranks as 192nd of Washingtons highest 200 peaks. Its nearest higher neighbor is Ice Box, 1.3 m ...

                                               

Chlorophyllide a reductase

Chlorophyllide a reductase, also known as COR, is an enzyme with systematic name bacteriochlorophyllide-a:ferredoxin 7.8-oxidoreductase. It catalyses the following chemical reaction chlorophyllide a + 2 reduced ferredoxin + ATP + H 2 O + 2 H + ⇌ ...

                                               

Phebalium woombye

Phebalium woombye, commonly known as wallum phebalium, is a species of shrub that is endemic to eastern Australia. It has branchlets covered with scales and star-shaped hairs, elliptical leaves, and white to pink flowers arranged in umbels of up ...

                                               

Bosistoa medicinalis

Bosistoa medicinalis, commonly known as the northern towra or Eumundi bosistoa, is a species of small to medium-sized rainforest tree that is endemic to Queensland. It has simple and pinnate leaves with two or three leaflets and panicles of small ...

                                               

Manaba Beach

Manaba Beach is located north of Margate and is actually a suburb of Margate as it falls under its jurisdiction. It also located south of Uvongo on the R620 Marine Drive.

                                               

Richard Gorman

Richard Gorman was a Canadian painter and print-maker. He was known for his magnetic prints which he created using ink covered ball-bearings manipulated with a magnet held behind the drawing board and for his large paintings in which he broadly h ...

                                               

Coal Harbor

Coal Harbor or Coal Harbour or variant, may refer to: Coal Harbour, Vancouver, Lower Mainland, British Columbia, Canada; a neighbourhood Vancouver Coal Harbour Seaplane Base IATA airport code: CXH ; ICAO airport code: CYHC a water aerodrome Coal ...

                                               

Karen OShannacery

Karen O’Shannacery is a Canadian homeless advocate. She is the former executive director of the Lookout Emergency Aid Society in Burnaby and co-founder of the BC Shelter Network.

                                               

South Bentinck Arm

South Bentinck Arm is a 40 km long side-inlet of Dean Channel in the Central Coast region of British Columbia, Canada. At the north end of the arm it meets the North Bentinck Arm and then the Dean Channel before flowing into the Burke Channel.

                                               

Surender Sharma

Surender Sharma is an Indian poet, writer and humorist from India. He often writes and performs comic sketches of himself and his wife and known for his refrain chaar lainaa suna raha hoon in Haryanavi dialect. Sharma is known for his contributio ...

                                               

J. P. Yadav

Jay Parkash Yadav is an Indian biologist and professor of genetics best known for his research on genetics. He was awarded Prof. R.P. Roy Young Scientist by Society of Cytology and Genetics, India.

                                               

Shamsher Singh (journalist)

Shamsher Singh is an Indian journalist who has worked with news networks including Aajtak, India TV and Zee Media Network. He was awarded the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism in 2010. Currently, he is working as an editor at Repu ...

                                               

Ghost Festival (Nepal)

Ghost Festival takes place on the full moon day of the month of Kartik in Siraha district of Nepal at the Kamala River. In this festival, the shamans cure any illness caused by their family deity, or by evil people in their village by using tantr ...

                                               

Peth

Peth may refer to: Budhwar Peth Peths in Pune, places peths in Pune, India Kasba Peth The Peth, a band formed in 2008 by drummer Dafydd Ieuan Peth, Dahanu, a village in Maharashtra, India Astrid Peth, a character played by Kylie Minogue on Dr. Wh ...

                                               

Defunct Vidhan Sabha Seats in Maharashtra

Many assembly segments in India becakme defunct when the electoral map was redrawn in 2008. Even in 20th C, map was often redrawn. Some of the defunct seats are the subject of enquiry here.

                                               

1990–91 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship

The 1990-91 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship was the 21st staging of the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship since its establishment by the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1970-71. Baltinglass entered the championship as the ...

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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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