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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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Maine Community Health Options v. United States

Maine Community Health Options v. United States, 590 U.S. ___, was a United States Supreme Court case involving the expired Risk Corridors program of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, through which the Department of Health and Human ...

                                               

Atwood House

Atwood House or Attwood House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Charles R. Atwood House, Taunton, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts Thomas Atwood House, Wellfleet, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts Ephraim Atwood H ...

                                               

Mary A. Sullivan

Mary Agnes Sullivan was pioneering policewoman in New York City for 35 years. She was the first woman homicide detective in the New York City Police Department. She was also the first woman to make lieutenant, the second woman to achieve the rank ...

                                               

Angela Stanton-King

Angela Stanton-King is an American author, television personality, and activist based in Atlanta, Georgia. She spent two years in prison and was later pardoned by President Donald Trump. She is the Republican candidate for Georgias 5th congressio ...

                                               

Golisano Childrens Hospital (Rochester, NY)

University of Rochester-Golisano Childrens Hospital formerly Childrens Hospital at Strong, is a nationally ranked, freestanding acute care childrens hospital in Rochester, New York. It is affiliated with the University of Rochester School of Medi ...

                                               

Anna Short Harrington

Anna Short was born in 1897 in the Wallace area of Marlboro County. The Short family lived on the Pegues Place plantation as sharecroppers. She grew up in Bennettsville, South Carolina, where she had three daughters and two sons. Her husband, Wel ...

                                               

2018 North Carolina Senate election

The 2018 North Carolina Senate elections elected 50 members to serve in the North Carolina Senate for a two-year term starting in January 2019. The Democratic Party gained 6 seats in this election, ending the Republican supermajority that they ha ...

                                               

1904 North Carolina gubernatorial election

The 1904 North Carolina gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1904. Democratic nominee Robert Broadnax Glenn defeated Republican nominee Charles J. Harris with 61.72% of the vote.

                                               

Crowell House

Crowell House may refer to: C. C. Crowell House, Somerville, MA, listed on the NRHP in Massachusetts Crowell House Durham, North Carolina, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina C. C. Crowell, Jr., House, Blair, NE, listed on the NRHP in Nebraska W ...

                                               

Jim Roers

James Phillip Roers or Jim Roers is an American politician. He is a member of the North Dakota State Senate from the 46th District, serving by appointment in 2012, and elected in 2016. He is a member of the Republican party.

                                               

Pat Heinert

Heinert holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in Management from the University of Mary. Heinert was Sheriff in Burleigh County, North Dakota for 12 years.

                                               

Matt Eidson

Eidson was in the United States Marine Corps from 2008 to 2015, and served in Iraq and Afghanistan. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Dakota in 2018, and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree.

                                               

Hay House (disambiguation)

Hay House is a book publisher located in California. It may also refer to: Hay-Morrison House, Salem, Indiana, listed on the National Register of Historic Places Johnston-Felton-Hay House, Macon, Georgia, a U.S. National Historic Landmark often k ...

                                               

Citizens Building (Columbus, Ohio)

The Citizens Building is a historic building in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. It was listed on the Columbus Register of Historic Properties in 2013, and was listed as part of the High and Gay Streets Historic District, on the National Register of Hist ...

                                               

Jefferson Avenue Historic District (Columbus, Ohio)

The Jefferson Avenue Historic District is a historic district in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 and the Columbus Register of Historic Properties in 1983. The site includes approxim ...

                                               

Columbus Division of Fire

The Columbus Division of Fire provides fire protection and emergency medical services to Columbus, Ohio. The department operates 35 stations; the newest station opened March 2020. The stations are divided into seven battalions. The Columbus Divis ...

                                               

Iuka Ravine Historic District

The Iuka Ravine Historic District is a historic district in the University District of Columbus, Ohio. The site was listed on the Columbus Register of Historic Properties in 1985 and the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The district ...

                                               

Old Beechwold Historic District

The Old Beechwold Historic District is a historic district in Clintonville, Columbus, Ohio. The site was listed on the Columbus Register of Historic Properties in 1985 and the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. The district is signific ...

                                               

Maxine Dexter

Maxine Dexter is an American physician and politician. She currently serves as a member of the Oregon House of Representatives, first appointed to that seat in June 2020 after the death of Mitch Greenlick. She represents the 33rd district, which ...

                                               

Timeline of transgender history

The following is a timeline of transgender history. Transgender history dates back to the first recorded instances of transgender individuals in ancient civilizations. The word transgender did not exist until 1965; the timeline includes events an ...

                                               

Aiken House

Aiken House may refer to: White-Aiken House, listed on the NRHP in Salado, Texas Abraham Aiken House, listed on the NRHP in Willsboro, New York Fred C. Aiken House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places NRHP in Boca Raton, Florida Ai ...

                                               

Paul J. Ray

Paul J. Ray is an American attorney and government official serving as the Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. Ray took office in January 2020.

                                               

Winstead House

Winstead House may refer to: in the United States by state then city Winstead Mansion, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a house located within Bethel Confederate Cemetery near the Mabry-Hazen House Winstead House Franklin, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP i ...

                                               

Im Alright (Lynn Anderson song)

"Im Alright" is a song written by Bill Anderson that was recorded by American country music artist Lynn Anderson. It was released as a single in October 1970 via Chart Records.

                                               

List of AdventHealth hospitals

AdventHealths main facility, AdventHealth Orlando, formerly Florida Hospital, was founded in 1908 and is the largest hospital in the United States, according to Beckers Hospital Review. It was ranked the No. 1 hospital in the state of Florida by ...

                                               

Bayou Music Center

The Bayou Music Center is an indoor theater owned by Live Nation and located in Houston, Texas, United States. The theater is located at the Bayou Place entertainment complex in Downtown Houston.

                                               

Guillermo Pablo

Guillermo Flavier Pablo was a Filipino jurist and politician who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1945 to 1955. He had earlier served as a member of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, representing the Lone Di ...

                                               

Carl Sherman (Texas politician)

Carl O. Sherman Sr. is an American politician. He is a Democrat who represents District 109 in the Texas House of Representatives.

                                               

Philip W. Magruder

Magruder was born in Shenandoah County, Virginia to Dr William W. Magruder. His brother, John William Magruder, was a major in the American Civil War and commanded a volunteer company in the Spanish–American War. J. W. Magruders son was John Magr ...

                                               

Eunice K. Fiorito

Eunice K. Fiorito was an American disability rights activist and social worker. She was president of the American Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities.

                                               

Frances Harrison Marr

Frances Harrison Marr was an American author and poet. At an early age, she contributed poems to newspapers and magazines. Many of her fugitive verses were incorporated in Local and National Poets of America and other standard collections of poet ...

                                               

Eliza Ann Dupuy

Eliza Ann Dupuy was a pioneer author of the Southern United States. She is remembered as the first woman of Mississippi to earn her living as a writer. Dupuy wrote approximately 25 Gothic thrillers during the period of 1845 through 1881, as well ...

                                               

Samuel M. Bolling

Samuel Mordecai Bolling was an American politician who served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1891 to 1894. Bolling was a native of Bedford, Virginia, and represented Bedford County in the Virginia General Assembly. In 1994-1905, he was s ...

                                               

William Reading Montgomery

William Reading Montgomery was a career United States Army officer who served in the Second Seminole War and Mexican–American War. He was a brigadier general in the Union Army from May 17, 1861 to April 4, 1864 during the American Civil War. Mont ...

                                               

Elementary Schools of Arlington County, Virginia

Arlington County has 24 Elementary Schools across the county. As of 2020, the biggest Elementary School is McKinley Elementary School, with a student population of 783, followed by Ashlawn Elementary School and Abingdon Elementary School. The sma ...

                                               

Jacob G. Neff

Neff entered the Confederate States Army and took the rank of Captain. He was injured several times during the conflict, but remained in service. He returned to his farm after the war. Soon after, he was made Sheriff for Shenandoah County, but re ...

                                               

W. A. Sager

In September 1895, the Republicans, Populists and Prohibitionists of Shenandoah County gathered to nominate a candidate to the Virginia House of Delegates. While the Republican James G. McCune was expected to win, the Prohibitionists had a majori ...

                                               

J. Homer Copp

In 1919, he was the Republican candidate for Shenandoah County in the Virginia House of Delegates, against Democratic candidate George H. Snarr. He won with 1872 votes compared to Snarrs 1243.

                                               

Jimmy Lee Smith

Jimmy Lee Smith, also known as Youngblood was an American criminal who assisted Gregory Powell with the kidnapping of Los Angeles Police Department officers Ian Campbell and Karl Francis Hettinger on the night of March 9, 1963. There, Smith and P ...

                                               

Vijay Shanker

Shanker earned his Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Duke University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia School of Law where he served as a Notes Editor for the Virginia Law Review, received the Roger & Madeleine Traynor Prize an ...

                                               

Jasper County Courthouse (Illinois)

The Jasper County Courthouse is a government building in Newton, the county seat of Jasper County, Illinois, United States. Built in 1876, it is the third courthouse in the countys history. In 1831, the General Assembly divided Crawford County in ...

                                               

14th Massachusetts Battery

The 14th Massachusetts Battery was an artillery battery that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was organized during the winter of 1863 - 1864 at Camp Meigs just outside of Boston. It was commanded by Captain Joseph W. B. ...

                                               

Chalmers Marquis

Chalmers "Chuck" Marquis was an American public television and radio advocate. He was best known for his work in Washington D.C. where he was the Vice President of National Affairs at the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, and late ...

                                               

1912 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1912 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on November 5, 1912. Democratic nominee Samuel D. Felker defeated Republican nominee Franklin Worcester with 41.07% of the vote.

                                               

Spotsylvania

Spotsylvania may refer to: Spotsylvania County, Virginia Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia, the county seat of Spotsylvania County Battle of Spotsylvania Court House during the American Civil War Spotsylvania High School, a high school in Spotsyl ...

                                               

James Fields

James Fields may refer to: James A. Fields House, a historic home located in the Brookville Heights neighborhood of Newport News, Virginia James A. Fields 1844–1903, prominent lawyer and member of the Virginia House of Delegates Jim Fields born 1 ...

                                               

Blanton Duncan

Blanton Duncan was an American landholder, printer, political organizer, and Confederate Army officer. Blanton was born in Louisville, Kentucky. His father was U.S. congressman Garnett Duncan who organized support for Charles OConor instead of Ho ...

                                               

Brian Chisholm (politician)

Chisholm was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and graduated from Severna Park High School in Severna Park, Maryland. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from Clemson University. Chisholm currently lives in Severna Park and works as a mortg ...

                                               

Hambantota Lighthouse

Hambantota Lighthouse is an onshore lighthouse, located on a rocky promontory in Hambantota, Sri Lanka. The lighthouse is a round masonry tower, 14 m 46 ft high, with a lantern and a gallery, constructed in 1913. It was designed by William Dougla ...

                                               

1960 Indiana gubernatorial election

The 1960 Indiana gubernatorial election was held on November 8, 1960. Democratic nominee Matthew E. Welsh defeated Republican nominee Crawford F. Parker with 50.39% of the vote.

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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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