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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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Countess of Shaftesbury

Countess of Shaftesbury is a title given to the wife of the Earl of Shaftesbury. Women who have held the title include: Jamila MBarek born c.1961, widow of Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 10th Earl of Shaftesbury Constance Ashley-Cooper, Countess of Shaft ...

                                               

Anthony Ashley-Cooper

Anthony Ashley-Cooper may refer to: Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 10th Earl of Shaftesbury 1938–2004, English nobleman Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 2nd Earl of Shaftesbury 1652–1699, English nobleman Anthony Henry Ashley-Cooper 1807–1858, MP for Dorchester An ...

                                               

Edward Somerset

Edward Somerset may refer to: Edward Somerset, 2nd Marquess of Worcester 1601?–1667, styled Lord Herbert of Raglan, English nobleman, son of Henry Somerset, 1st Marquess of Worcester Lord Edward Somerset 1776–1842, British soldier, son of the 5th ...

                                               

Tufton

Any of several Earls of Thanet in the United Kingdom, including Henry Tufton, 11th Earl of Thanet 1775–1849 Sackville Tufton, 8th Earl of Thanet 1733–1786 Thomas Tufton, 6th Earl of Thanet 1644–1729 Richard Tufton, 5th Earl of Thanet 1640–1684 Jo ...

                                               

John Tufton

John Tufton may refer to: John Tufton Steyning MP, MP for Steyning in 1679–81 John Tufton cricketer 1773–1799, cricketer and MP for Appleby 1796–1799 John Tufton, 2nd Baron Hothfield 1873–1952, British Army officer, farmer land owner, and cricket ...

                                               

William Wyndham

William Wyndham may refer to: Sir William Wyndham, 1st Baronet c. 1632–1683, of Orchard Wyndham, English politician, Member of Parliament for Somerset, 1656–1658 and for Taunton 1660–1679 William Wyndham 1796–1862, English MP for Wiltshire South, ...

                                               

George Neville

George Neville or Nevill may refer to: George Nevill, 1st Earl of Abergavenny 1727–1785, English peer George Nevill, 4th Baron Bergavenny c. 1440–1492, 4th and de jure 2nd Baron Bergavenny George Neville 1850–1923 Royal Navy admiral George Nevill ...

                                               

Henry Hyde (disambiguation)

Henry Hyde was an American politician. Henry Hyde may also refer to: Henry Hyde, 4th Earl of Clarendon 1672–1753,English nobleman and politician Henry Hyde priest 1854–1932, Archdeacon of Madras Henry Hyde Royalist c. 1605–1650, Royalist executed ...

                                               

Fox-Strangways

Fox-Strangways is a surname, and may refer to: Giles Fox-Strangways, 6th Earl of Ilchester 1874–1959 Henry Fox-Strangways, 2nd Earl of Ilchester 1747–1802 Mary Fox-Strangways, Countess of Ilchester 1852–1935, Anglo-Irish noblewoman, wife of the 5 ...

                                               

Richard Edgcumbe

Richard Edgcumbe may refer to: Richard Edgcumbe, 2nd Baron Edgcumbe 1716–1761, British peer and politician Sir Richard Edgcumbe died 1562, courtier and politician Richard Edgcumbe, 1st Baron Edgcumbe 1680–1758, British peer and politician Richard ...

                                               

Hurstbourne Park

Hurstbourne Park is a country house and 1200-acre estate near Whitchurch, Hampshire, England. The park and garden are Grade II listed with Historic England since May 1984, "A late C18 landscape park and pleasure ground surrounding a late C19 hous ...

                                               

William Paulet

Wiliam Paulet may refer to: William Paulet, Lord St John 1587/88 – 1621 was the son of William Paulet, 4th Marquess of Winchester William Paulet, 3rd Marquess of Winchester 1532 – 1598, English courtier, son of John Paulet, 2nd Marquess of Winche ...

                                               

Charles Cornwallis (disambiguation)

Charles Cornwallis may refer to: Charles Cornwallis, 4th Baron Cornwallis 1675–1721/22, British politician Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis 1738–1805, British Army officer and colonial administrator Charles Cornwallis, 2nd Baron Cornwa ...

                                               

Henry Paget

Henry Paget may refer to: Henry Paget, 3rd Marquess of Anglesey 1821–1880, British peer and Liberal politician Henry Paget, 2nd Marquess of Anglesey 1797–1869 Henry Paget, 2nd Baron Paget c. 1539–1568 Henry Paget, 1st Earl of Uxbridge second crea ...

                                               

Robert Grosvenor

Robert Grosvenor may refer to: Lord Robert Edward Grosvenor, the fourth son of Hugh Grosvenor, 1st Duke of Westminster Robert Grosvenor artist born 1937, American sculptor Sir Robert Grosvenor, 6th Baronet 1695–1755, English Member of Parliament ...

                                               

Lawrence Dundas

Lawrence Dundas may refer to: Lawrence Dundas, 3rd Marquess of Zetland 1908–1989, lawn tennis player known before 1971 as the Earl of Ronaldshay Lawrence Dundas, 1st Marquess of Zetland 1844–1929, British politician and statesman Lawrence Dundas, ...

                                               

Claire Emilie MacDonnel

Claire Emilie MacDonnel, vicomtesse Aguado, marquise de Las Marismas de Guadalquivir was a French courtier. She served as lady-in-waiting to the empress of France, Eugenie de Montijo.

                                               

Matteo Strukul

Matteo Strukul was born in 1973 in Padova, in the Veneto region of Italy. After a degree in law at the University of Padua, he achieved a PhD in European Contract Law at the Ca Foscari University of Venice. His first novel, a thriller/noir set in ...

                                               

Gaspard de Ligondes

Ligondes was born to the family of a Navy officer. He joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine on 6 July 1750. On 15 April 1761, Ligondes married Elisabeth de Reclesne. They had two sons, Hercule and Frederick, both of whom also served in the Navy, and ...

                                               

Marcel-Ambroise d’Aubenton

Aubenton was made a Knight in the Order of Saint Louis on 18 January 1762. He married Marie Marthe Claire Lory, with whom he had several daughters. In 1778, Aubenton captained the 74-gun Bien-Aime, part of the White-and-blue squadron under Du Cha ...

                                               

Friedrich Volbehr

Born in Kiel, from 1832 to 1839 Volbehr attended the Gelehrtenschule. Afterwards he studied theology at the University in Kiel. However, he did not take a theological Staatsexamen. From 1845 to 1853 he worked as a tutor on a noble estate in Holst ...

                                               

Corridor (band)

Corridor is a Canadian indie rock band from Montreal, Quebec, consisting of vocalist and bassist Dominic Berthiaume, guitarist Julian Perreault, guitarist and vocalist Jonathan Robert and drummer Julien Bakvis, with the addition of multi-instrume ...

                                               

Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart

Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart is a 2017 American documentary film by Tracy Heather Strain, Randall MacLowry and Chiz Schultz on the life and work of writer Lorraine Hansberry. Hansberry is best known as the playwright of A Raisin ...

                                               

George Glasgow

George Glasgow was an American basketball player and soccer coach. He served as the head coach of the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights mens soccer team from 1956 to 1969 and 1974 to 1976. Raised in Kearny, New Jersey, Glasgow graduated from Kearny Hig ...

                                               

Janet Sinsheimer

Janet Suzanne Sinsheimer is an American expert in statistical genetics who works as a professor of human genetics, biomathematics and biostatistics in the Fielding School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles. Topics in he ...

                                               

Andrea Cavalleri

Andrea Cavalleri is an Italian physicist who specializes in optical science and in condensed matter physics. He is the founding director of the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter in Hamburg, Germany and a professor of P ...

                                               

Josie Raymond

Raymond holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Science in Journalism from Columbia University, as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching from Marian University. Her past experience includes working at the Student Success Cent ...

                                               

Jasjeet Sekhon

In 1999 Jasjeet Sekhon received his PhD from Cornell University. He then became an assistant professor and eventually associate professor at Harvard University. Jasjeet Sekhon is now the Robson Professor of Political Science and Statistics at the ...

                                               

Akinwumi Ogundiran

Akinwumi Ogundiran is an archaeologist, whose research focuses on the Yoruba world of western Africa, Atlantic Africa, and the African Diaspora. He is Chancellors Professor and Professor of Africana Studies, Anthropology & History at UNC Charlotte.

                                               

Harold Clyde Bingham

Harold Clyde Bingham was an American psychologist and primatologist. He spent his early career as a psychology professor, interrupting this to join the United States Army during World War I. He joined the faculty of Yale University in 1925 and st ...

                                               

Jan van Hest

Jan Cornelis Maria van Hest is a Dutch scientist of organic chemistry, best known for his research regarding polymersomes and nanoreactors. He currently holds the position of professor of bioorganic chemistry at Eindhoven University of Technology ...

                                               

Boubacar Kante

Boubacar Kante is a physicist working in the field wave-matter interaction at the University of California, Berkeley, where he is an associate professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. His research focuses on optical phenomena at ...

                                               

Jean Langenheim

Jean H. Langenheim is an American plant ecologist and ethnobotanist, highly respected as an eminent scholar and a pioneer for women in the field. She has done field research in arctic, tropical, and alpine environments across five continents, wit ...

                                               

Katherine Bankole-Medina

Katherine Olukemi Bankole-Medina is a professor of history and chair of the Department of History, Geography and Global Studies at Coppin State University.

                                               

David W. Grainger

David William Grainger is a Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Distinguished Professor of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry at the University of Utah. His research focuses on biomaterials, d ...

                                               

Alexander Etkind

Alexander Etkind is a historian and cultural scientist. He is a professor of history and the Chair of Russia-Europe relations at the European University Institute.

                                               

GoVoteMiami

GoVoteMiami is a Miami-Dade based non-partisan 5013 non-profit corporation and a 3PVRO registered in 2018. GoVoteMiami promotes active civic participation and democracy as well as providing training, resources, and assistance to all eligible voters.

                                               

Frank Maile

Frank Maile is an American football coach who is currently the co-defensive coordinator and defensive line coach at Utah State University. He served as the interim head coach for the Aggies for their bowl game against North Texas in 2018.

                                               

Governorship of John Kitzhaber

John Kitzhaber served as Governor of Oregon for three and a half terms. He is Oregons longest serving governor and the only governor to serve non-consecutive terms. He served as the 35th and 37th Governor of Oregon.

                                               

2020 Virginia Redistricting Commission Amendment

The 2020 Virginia Redistricting Commission Amendment is a proposed amendment to the Virginia Constitution which would establish a political commission in order to draw the districts of the U.S House of Representatives seats in Virginia, as well a ...

                                               

Lurlyne Greer

Lurlyne Ann Greer was an American basketball player, active during the pre-professional era of womens basketball from the mid-1940s to mid-1950s. Greer set records for the most points in a single game and tournament, captained the US womens natio ...

                                               

Crosses (Andy Warhol)

Crosses are a series of works by the American artist Andy Warhol, completed between 1981-1982. Andy Warhol was born in 1928 and raised in a profoundly religious Byzantine Catholic family in Pittsburgh, attending multiples services a week during h ...

                                               

Into Thin Air (disambiguation)

Into Thin Air is a 1997 book by Jon Krakauer. Into Thin Air may also refer to: Into Thin Air, a 2004 collected edition of the comics series The Pulse Into Thin Air TV series, a 2005 Hong Kong drama series Into Thin Air, a song by Trickside Into T ...

                                               

Kris George

Kris George is an Australian former professional boxer who competed from 2012 to 2018. He held the WBA Oceania super-lightweight title from 2014 to 2015 and the Commonwealth welterweight title from 2016 to 2018.

                                               

Northern & Scottish Airways

Northern & Scottish Airways was a regional airline established in Glasgow in 1934. It was taken over in 1937, eventually becoming part of British European Airways.

                                               

James McColl

James or Jimmy Jim McColl or MacColl may refer to: Jim McColl born 1951, Scottish businessman James McColl politician 1844–1929, Australian politician James MacColl 1908–1971, British politician Jim McColl footballer 1933–2013, Australian rules f ...

                                               

Southern European people

Southern European people are a pan-ethnic group, or multi-ethnic regional grouping, and the inhabitants of Southern Europe. South or Southern Europeans can usually trace back full or partial heritage to Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, as well as ...

                                               

Peter Williams (American actor)

Peter Williams was an American-born British film and television actor. He is best known for his role as private detective Don Carter in the long-running British crime series Shadow Squad in the late 1950s.

                                               

Jennifer Wilson (actress)

Jennifer Wilson is a British television actress. One of her earliest roles was Kate Nickleby in the 1957 BBC adaptation Nicholas Nickleby. She played Jennifer Hammond in the 1970s series The Brothers. In 1959 she married the actor Brian Peck.

                                               

Temagami (disambiguation)

Temagami, formerly spelled as Timagami, is a municipality in Northeastern Ontario, Canada, in the District of Nipissing with Lake Temagami at its heart. Temagami may also refer to:

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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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