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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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M43

M43 may refer to: M43, the original designation for the 7.62×39mm Soviet carbine and rifle round M43 road Johannesburg, a road in Johannesburg, South Africa M43 Howitzer Motor Carriage, an American self-propelled artillery vehicle BMW M43, a 1991 ...

                                               

PCL-09

PCL-09, exported as CS/SH1, is a self-propelled howitzer artillery system used by the military forces of the Peoples Republic of China. The armoured fighting vehicle is developed by Norinco and was first commissioned in 2009 with a 122mm gun-howi ...

                                               

PCL-181

PCL-181 are Chinese 155 mm vehicle-mounted howitzers used by the Peoples Liberation Army. The PCL-181 replaced the PL-66 152-mm towed gun-howitzers and Type 59-1 130-mm towed cannons used by the PLA and will complement the PLZ-05, and improve upo ...

                                               

Hong Kong Defence Force (Imperial Japanese Army)

The Hong Kong Defence Force was the main Imperial Japanese Army formation responsible for garrison duties during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. It was formed in January 1942 and disbanded after the end of the war in August 1945.

                                               

E50

E50 or E-50 may refer to: M2 E-50, a version of the M2 Browning machine gun Kita-Kantō Expressway and Hitachinaka Road, route E50 in Japan HMS E50, a British E class submarine of the First World War. M113 E50, a version of the Mercedes-Benz M113 ...

                                               

Mikhail Alexandrovich Nakashidze

Prince Mikhail Alexandrovich Nakashidze, Russian: Михаил Александрович Накашидзе, was a Georgian nobleman, entrepreneur and officer in the Russian Imperial Army, son to prominent Russian general Alexander Davidovich Nakashidze. Mikhail Nakashidze ...

                                               

M1910

M1910 may refer to: 122 mm howitzer M1910/30 - Russian artillery piece 152 mm howitzer M1910/37 - Russian artillery piece FN Browning M1910 pistol 152 mm howitzer M1910 - Russian artillery piece PM M1910 - A Russian machine gun 152 mm gun M1910/3 ...

                                               

M67

M67, M-67, or M.67 may refer to: Mauser M67, a rifle made by Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk based on M/98k actions, which again were based on captured Karabiner K98k actions Messier 67, an open star cluster in the constellation Cancer The M-67 submachine ...

                                               

Pneumatic cannon

A pneumatic cannon is typically a large-calibre projectile launcher that uses compressed air as a propellant. Other related terms are pneumatic weapon and air gun. It may refer to: Spud gun, an improvised launcher, typically made from lengths of ...

                                               

Regiment dhonneur

The Regiment dhonneur de larmee nationale is a special unit of the Tunisian National Army. It is responsible for the rendering of military honors at official ceremonies and the perpetuation of the Tunisian equestrian tradition. It can also be of ...

                                               

John Lindley (British Army officer)

Born the son of Nathaniel Lindley, Baron Lindley and Sarah Katherine Teale, Lindley was commissioned into the South Staffordshire Regiment but transferred to the 1st The Royal Dragoons on 19 November 1881. After serving in the Second Boer War, he ...

                                               

4th Brigade Combat Team

4th Brigade Combat Team or 4 BCT is a modularized brigade of the United States Army. Each division of the United States Army fields 4th Brigade Combat Teams numbered from 1-4. 4th Brigade Combat Team Airborne, 25th Infantry Division 4th Brigade C ...

                                               

366th

366th may refer to: 366th Bombardment Squadron, inactive United States Air Force unit 366th Fighter Squadron, inactive United States Air Force unit 366th Division IDF, also known as the "Path of Fire" Division, a reserve armored division of the I ...

                                               

28th Battalion

28th Battalion or 28th Infantry Battalion may refer to: 11th/28th Battalion, Royal Western Australia Regiment - a currently existing Australian Army Reserve infantry battalion 28th Battalion Northwest, CEF - a Canadian infantry battalion of the F ...

                                               

Temple Gurdon (British Army officer)

Gurdon was commissioned into the Rifle Brigade The Prince Consorts Own on 12 May 1915 during the First World War. He served in the Second World War as commanding officer of the 1st Battalion, the Black Watch from 1940, as commander of the 25th In ...

                                               

Piney Orchard Nature Preserve

Piney Orchard Nature Preserve is a 45-acre protected wetland forest with several miles of improved trails located in southern Odenton, Maryland. The Preserve is surrounded by 1.500 acres of river woodland between the residential communities of Pi ...

                                               

376th

376th may refer to: 376th Troop Carrier Squadron, inactive United States Air Force unit 376th Air Expeditionary Wing, inactive wing of the United States Air Force, last stationed at the Transit Center at Manas International Airport, Kyrgyz Republ ...

                                               

Edward Colville

Born the son of Admiral Sir Stanley Colville and Adelaide Jane Meade, Colville was commissioned into the Gordon Highlanders on 3 September 1925. He became commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion, the Gordon Highlanders in August 1943 and commande ...

                                               

123rd Division

In military terms, 123rd Division or 123rd Infantry Division may refer to: Infantry divisions 123rd Infantry Division Wehrmacht 123rd Rifle Division, a division of the Soviet Unions Red Army 123rd Infantry Division German Empire 123rd Infantry Di ...

                                               

USAF Tactical Air Support Squadron

USAF Tactical Air Support Squadron may refer to: 21st Tactical Air Support Squadron 556th Tactical Air Support Squadron 172d Tactical Air Support Squadron 558th Tactical Air Support Squadron 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron 20th Tactical Air S ...

                                               

263 (disambiguation)

USS Laub DD-263, destroyer from World War II, later the Royal Navys HMS Burwell USS Benton County LST-263, a tank landing ship from World War II HMCS Yukon DDE 263, Canadian destroyer No. 263 Squadron RAF VMM-263, United States Marine Corps Marin ...

                                               

Notorious CHRIS

His first release was a song titled "Till the End" which was released independently. After that in 2019 he released "Activate" through Will Sparks label Bourne Recordings. On 13 March 2020 he released "Desolate" which was premiered by EDMSauce. I ...

                                               

Frederick Graham (British Army officer)

Born the son of Sir John Frederick Noble Graham, 2nd Baronet and Irene Maud Campbell, Graham was educated at Eton College and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He commissioned into the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders on 2 February 1929. He ...

                                               

Resistance Fighting Day

Resistance Fighting Day also known as Otto Tief Government Day is a public holiday in Estonia which takes on 22 September. It honours the attempt by Estonian commander Otto Tiefs attempt to restore Estonian independence in 1944. The holiday is a ...

                                               

Thomas Dalby

Dalby was commissioned into the Kings Royal Rifle Corps on 5 April 1899. His service in the First World War was recognised when he was appointed a companion of the Distinguished Service Order in the 1917 New Year Honours. He became commanding off ...

                                               

Japanese submarine chaser Cha-3

She was laid down on 22 January 1942 by the Shanxi Shipbuilding Iron Works Co., Ltd. and launched on 27 October 1942. She was completed on 2 March 1943, fitted with armaments at the Maizuru Naval Arsenal, and assigned to the Kii district, Osaka G ...

                                               

Oliver D. Doleski

Doleski studied economics at the Bundeswehr University Munich. He has worked in the public sector and as a management consultant in the areas of corporate management and process management, among others with his own consulting firm Fiduiter. This ...

                                               

Sir James Burnett, 13th Baronet

Born the son of Colonel Sir Thomas Burnett, 12th Baronet and Mary Elizabeth Cumine and educated at Wellington College, Burnett was commissioned into the Gordon Highlanders on 6 December 1899. He was appointed a Companion of the Distinguished Serv ...

                                               

Neville Cameron

Born the third son of General Sir William Gordon Cameron and educated at Wellington College and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Cameron was commissioned into the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders and saw action in Sudan in 1898 during the Mah ...

                                               

436th

436th may refer to: 436th Airlift Wing, an active United States Air Force unit assigned to the Air Mobility Command Eighteenth Air Force based at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware 436th Tactical Fighter Training Squadron, an inactive United States A ...

                                               

61st Regiment of Foot (disambiguation)

Four regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 61st Regiment of Foot: 76th Regiment of Foot 1756. Raised in November 1756 as the 61st Regiment, but renumbered to 76th, by General Order in 1758, and disbanded in 1763. 59th 2nd Nottingha ...

                                               

72nd Regiment of Foot (disambiguation)

Five regiments of the British Army have been numbered the 72nd Regiment of Foot: 72nd Regiment of Foot Royal Manchester Volunteers, raised in 1777 and disbanded in 1783 72nd Regiment of Foot Invalids, raised as 82nd Regiment of Foot Invalids in 1 ...

                                               

Arthur Henniker-Major

Born the son of John Henniker-Major, 4th Baron Henniker, Henniker-Major was transferred from the West Suffolk Militia into the Coldstream Guards on 20 November 1875. He became commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion, the Coldstream Guards in 1899 ...

                                               

Reginald Harding

Harding was commissioned into the 5th/6th Dragoons on 29 January 1925. He was appointed a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order in the 1940 Birthday Honours for his services in the Second World War. After the war, in October 1946, he becam ...

                                               

Richard Oldman

Educated at Haileybury, Oldman was commissioned into the Norfolk Regiment on 20 February 1897. He saw action in operations in Northern Nigeria in 1903 and 1904 for which he was appointed a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order. He became c ...

                                               

Graham Mills

Educated at Merchiston Castle School, Mills was commissioned into the Royal Berkshire Regiment on 10 October 1936. He served in India and Burma during the Second World War. He became commanding officer of the 17th Battalion, Parachute Regiment TA ...

                                               

363rd

363rd or 363d may refer to: 363d Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing 361st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group 363d Fighter Squadron or 164th Airlift Squadron, unit of the Ohio Air National Guard 179th Airlift Wing ...

                                               

George Watts

George Watts may refer to: George Albert Watts died 1957, mayor of St Pancras, London George Watts American football 1918–1990, American football offensive tackle George Washington Watts 1851–1921, American manufacturer, financier and philanthrop ...

                                               

Charles Rowley

Sir Charles Rowley, 2nd Baronet 1801–1884, son of Sir Charles Rowley, 1st Baronet Sir Charles Robert Rowley, 4th Baronet 1800–1888, see Rowley baronets Sir Charles Robert Rowley, 7th Baronet, 8th Baronet 1926–2008, succeeded as eighth Baronet of ...

                                               

Death of Tamla Horsford

On November 4, 2018, Tamla Horsford was discovered dead in the backyard of the Cumming, Georgia home where she had been attending a slumber party with other "football moms" the night before. The 40-year-old, black mother of five was the only woma ...

                                               

Stanley Mott

Educated at Eton College, Mott was commissioned into the Kings Royal Rifle Corps on 27 September 1893. He became commander of 158th Infantry Brigade at Gallipoli in August 1915 during the First World War and, after being evacuated from Gallipoli, ...

                                               

Dwarka Nath Kanwarpal

Lieutenant Colonel Dwarka Nath Kanwarpal, KC was an Indian Army officer who was awarded Indias second highest peacetime military decoration Kirti Chakra for his bravery act in North-East Frontier Agency.

                                               

Chittoor Venugopal

Major General Chittoor Venugopal PVSM, MVC was a General Officer in the Indian Army. He was decorated with the Maha Vir Chakra for his role in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.

                                               

Georges-Marie de Jonghe dArdoye

Georges-Marie de Jonghe dArdoye, MEP was a Belgian prelate of the Catholic Church who worked as a missionary in China and then held several posts in the diplomatic service of the Holy See.

                                               

Anglican Province of Owerri

The Anglican Province of Owerri is one of the 14 ecclesiastical provinces of the Church of Nigeria. It comprises 12 dioceses. The Archbishop of the Anglican Province of Owerri and Bishop of Ideato is the Most Rev. Caleb Maduoma. Oru Bishop: Geoff ...

                                               

Anglican Province of the Niger

The Anglican Province of the Niger is one of the 14 ecclesiastical provinces of the Church of Nigeria. It comprises 9 dioceses. The Archbishop of the Anglican Province of Niger and Bishop of Awka is the Most Rev. Alexander Ibezim. It has 9 dioces ...

                                               

Anglican Province of Ondo

The Anglican Province of Ondo is one of the 14 ecclesiastical provinces of the Church of Nigeria. It comprises 12 dioceses. The Archbishop of the Anglican Province of Ondo and Bishop of Ekiti is the Most Rev. Alexander Ibezim. Owo Bishop: Stephen ...

                                               

Demo 1

SNC Demo-1, or Dream Chaser Demo-1, the planned first flight of Dream Chaser SpaceX COTS Demo Flight 1, the first orbital spaceflight of Dragon Crew Dragon Demo-1, or SpaceX Demo-1 or Crew Demo-1, the first orbital test of Dragon 2

                                               

Syriac Orthodox Bishop of Jerusalem

The first Jacobite church in Jerusalem was probably built between the Sasanian conquest 614 and the Islamic conquest 637. The Patriarch Michael the Syrian died 1199 implies that the church torn down by Harun al-Rashid in 806/807 predated the Isla ...

                                               

Chief Medical Officer (Australia)

The Chief Medical Officer is the principal health advisor to the Australian government. The position is a medical appointment, reporting to the Departmental secretary for the Department of Health. The position is responsible for the Office of Hea ...

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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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