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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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Danane is a coastal town in the southern Lower Shebelle province of Somalia. It is located approximately 109 km to the southwest of the nations capital Mogadishu.


Lyle Munson

Lyle Hugh Munson was an intelligence agent and then, later, a book publisher and distributor under the corporate name Bookmailer, Inc. Based in the New York area, his company was known particularly for offering anti-communist works, and has been ...


Vulpia elliotea

Vulpia elliotea, the sand fescue or the squirreltail fescue, is an annual grass native to the south-eastern United States. Its specific epithet elliotea is named for its discoverer, Stephen Elliott.


The White River Kid

The White River Kid is a 1999 American comedy film directed by Arne Glimcher and starring Bob Hoskins, Antonio Banderas and Ellen Barkin. It is based on the novel The Little Brothers of St. Mortimer by John Fergus Ryan.


Maple River

Maple River Muskegon River Maple River Burt Lake Maple River Iowa, a tributary of the Little Sioux River in the U.S. state of Iowa Maple River Grand River tributary Maple River Michigan, any of three rivers in the U.S. state of Michigan Maple Riv ...


Russian Valley Hot Springs

The springs are located fifty miles south of Tecate, near the town of Guadalupe in the Ensenada region at 1.500 feet elevation. A waterfall is close to the hot springs.


Kai ODonnell

Kai ODonnell is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a second-row for the Canberra Raiders in the NRL.


Bob Holder

At the age of five Holder accompanied his father droving, and after some formal education became a successful real-estate agent with Elders Real Estate, Cootamundra, and lives in the district. Holder first entered a competition as a Novice at Tum ...


Great James Street

Great James Street is in the Bloomsbury district of the London Borough of Camden. The street has strong literary and publishing connections and former residents include the poet Swinburne and the detective story writer Dorothy L. Sayers. The Nati ...


Water End

Water End or Waterend may refer to the following places in England: Waterend, Hertfordshire Water End, Bedford, Bedfordshire Waterend, Buckinghamshire Water End, Maulden, Central Bedfordshire Water End, Dacorum, Hertfordshire Water End Swallow Ho ...



Bourton is the name of more than one place in England: Great Bourton Bourton, Dorset Bourton-on-the-Hill, Gloucestershire Bourton, Cherwell, a civil parish in Oxfordshire Bourton, Buckinghamshire Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire Bourton, Nor ...


Gaoteote Palaie Tofau

Gaoteote Palaie Tofau is an American Samoan politician serving as a member and president of the American Samoa Senate. Tofau first took office in January 2004 after serving as a member of the American Samoa House of Representatives.


New Amsterdam FC

New Amsterdam Football Club is an American professional soccer club based in the Bronx, New York City. The club competes in the National Independent Soccer Association, the third tier of American soccer. New Amsterdam FC was established on April ...


Spanish flag (fish)

The Spanish flag is a species of marine ray-finned fish, a grouper from the subfamily Epinephelinae which is part of the family Serranidae, which also includes the anthias and sea basses. It is found in the western Atlantic Ocean. It is the only ...


Noori Waterfall

Noori Waterfall is a waterfall located in Tial village, Haripur District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located about 85 kilometres away from city of Islamabad. The waterfall is approximately 10 feets in height. The waterfall i ...


Acronychia pauciflora

Acronychia pauciflora, commonly known as few-flowered acronychia or soft acronychia, is a species of shrub or small tree that is endemic to eastern Australia. It has simple, egg-shaped leaves with the narrower end towards the base, greenish white ...


Encounter Bay (disambiguation)

Encounter Bay is a large bay on the south coast of Australia. Encounter Bay may also refer to: Encounter Bay Football Club, an Australian Rules football club in South Australia Encounter Bay, South Australia, a locality in the City of Victor Harb ...


2020 China floods

Starting on or shortly before 4 June 2020, heavy and continuous rains of the East Asian rainy season resulted in widespread floods in China. During June, the floods affected primarily the southern regions impacting the lives of millions of people ...


Mount Liupan

Mount Liupan is a mountain range in northwestern China, located mostly in southern Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. It marks the southwestern boundary of the Ordos Basin. Its southern section is known as Mount Long Chinese: 陇山 ; pinyin: Lǒng Shān ...


Wengen (disambiguation)

Wengen may refer to: La Val, a commune in South Tyrol, Italy with the German name "Wengen" Wengen Sulzbach-Laufen, a place in the municipality of Sulzbach-Laufen in Landkreis Schwabisch Hall in Baden-Wurttemberg in Germany Wengen Weitnau, a place ...


Tamaiva Tuavera

Tamaiva Tuavera is a Cook Islands politician and member of the Cook Islands Parliament. He is a member of the Cook Islands Democratic Party. Tuavera was born in Matavera on Rarotonga. He was educated at Tereora College and at Rutherford High Scho ...


Mele Siuilikutapu

HRH Princess Mele Siuilikutapu is a Tongan royal and former politician. In 1975 she was elected to the Legislative Assembly, becoming its first female member.


Lawrence Greig

Lawrence Murray "Laurie" Greig is a New Zealand lawyer and jurist. He served as Chief Justice of the Cook Islands, a judge of the High Court of New Zealand, and as Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security.


Asplenium gracillimum

Asplenium gracillimum is a fern species native to Australia and New Zealand, also found in Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. The specific epithet gracillimum refers to the slender and graceful appearance of this fern.


Aldam Gazi

Aldaman-Gheza was a governor and commander from Cheberloy, Chechnya in the 17th century. Gheza is a very prominent figure in Chechen-Ingush folklore and is celebrated as a hero that protected the Vainakh borders from foreign invasions.


Emer Bog and Baddesley Common

Emer Bog and Baddesley Common is a 50-hectare nature reserve north of North Baddesley in Hampshire. It is managed by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. An area of 39.0 hectares is designated as Baddesley Common biological Site of Spe ...


One World Conservation Center

One World Conservation Center is a botanical garden that features a large tropical greenhouse, located in Bennington, Vermont.


Takifugu obscurus

Takifugu obscurus is a species of freshwater pufferfish first described by T. Abe in 1949. It has been categorized by the IUCN as a least-concern species globally since 2014; in South Korea, it is however classified as an endangered species due t ...


Lake Hancock (Washington)

Lake Hancock is a 200-acre coastal lagoon and former lake on Whidbey Island in the U.S. state of Washington. The elevation reported by United States Geological Survey is 3 feet. According to some conservationists, it is "the most well preserved e ...


Richard Raymond (director)

Richard Raymond is a British film director, producer and writer. He first started his career as a teenager at Pinewood Film Studios, working for filmmakers such as Richard Attenborough and Neil Jordan. He is known for his films A Million Eyes, So ...


Sangeetha Thanapal

Thanapal has written prolifically on race relations in Singapore. She coined the term "Chinese privilege" to describe Chinese hegemony in Singapore, defining it "similarly to white privilege". According to Thanapal, "By virtue of being Chinese in ...


Fort Trump

Fort Trump is a proposed United States military base in Poland. The name "Fort Trump" has been used both as a colloquial description of the project and as a possible literal name for such a facility.


Point Molate

Point Molate may refer to: Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor, an isolated marina and small community at the far end of Point San Pablo in Richmond, California Point Molate Peninsula, a landform in western Richmond, California Point Molate casino proje ...


Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrisey-Berru

Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, 591 U.S. ___, was a United States Supreme Court case involving the ministerial exception of federal employment discrimination laws. The case extends from the Supreme Courts prior decision in Hosann ...


Hen and chicken

Hen and chicks, Hen and chicken or Hen and chickens can refer to Hen and chicken plant, when they tend to reproduce vegetatively by plantlets Hen and Chickens Theatre, London, UK Hen and Chickens Shoal Light, Florida, USA Hen and Chicken Islands ...


Armond H. DeLalio

Armond Hector DeLalio was a highly decorated United States Marine Corps lieutenant colonel. He was awarded the Navy Cross during World War II and later became the first Marine aviator to be designated as a helicopter pilot.



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Justice Wells

Justice Wells may refer to: Thomas Wells Rhode Island, Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court John Wells Massachusetts judge, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Charles T. Wells, Associate Justice of the Su ...



Little Chuckwalla Mountains, in the Colorado Desert, California Chuckwalla Mountains, in the Colorado Desert, California Chuckawalla Valley State Prison, near Blythe, California



Saranac may refer to a place name in the United States: Saranac, Michigan, a village New York The Saranac River, a river in New York state The Saranac Inn at Upper Saranac Lake Saranac Lake, New York, a large village in Franklin and Essex countie ...


RAF Meir

Royal Air Force Meir or more simply RAF Meir is a former Royal Air Force station located in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. The following units were here at some point: No. 16 Elementary Flying Training School RAF No. 45 Gliding School RA ...


Davidstow Creamery

The Davidstow Creamery is a manufacturing plant in Cornwall; it makes Cathedral City mature Cheddar cheese. It is the largest cheese factory in the UK, and the largest mature cheddar plant in the world.


Ron Bentley

Ron Bentley was born on 10 November 1930 in Hurst Hill, Dudley, an area known locally as the backside. He was the first-born of his fathers second wife. In addition to his five brothers and three sisters from his fathers first, deceased wife, he ...


River Stour

River Stour may refer to: River Stour, Dorset, a river in the English county of Dorset River Little Stour River Great Stour River Stour, Kent, a river in the English county of Kent, and its upper reaches and tributaries River East Stour River Sto ...



Rhewl may refer to: Rhewl Overton, Shropshire – a place near the village of Overton in Shropshire, England, United Kingdom Rhewl Gobowen, Shropshire – a place near the village of Gobowen in Shropshire, England, United Kingdom Rhewl Nant Mawr, Den ...



Amwell, Hertfordshire in England In England Amwell, London, an urban village and part of the district of Clerkenwell Amwell Township, Pennsylvania Amwell Township, New Jersey, since subdivided into Amwell, New Jersey, an unincorporated community ...



Balderstone, Greater Manchester, a district and an electoral ward of the wider Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale in Greater Manchester, England Balderstone Technology College, a school in Balderstone, Greater Manchester Balderstone, Lancashire, a ...


Diana Pullein-Thompson

Diana Pullein-Thompson later Diana Farr was a British horsewoman and writer known for her pony books. Her mother and two sisters also wrote and together they created a large number of childrens books - and many of them were on the theme of horses.



Clydach may refer to any of various settlements and rivers in South Wales: Clydach, Monmouthshire village Clydach, Swansea village Clydach electoral ward, an electoral ward in the City and County of Swansea Lower Clydach River, Swansea Valley Cly ...


Tech Dinghy

The Tech Dinghy is an American sailing dinghy that was designed by George Owen, a professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, as a one-design racer and for sail training. It was first built in 1935. The Tech Dinghy design was later develo ...

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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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