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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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Petrosal nerve

Petrosal nerve may refer to: Deep petrosal nerve Derived from the symp. plexus around I.C.A. -Unite with the greater superficial petrosal n. parasymp. To form the nerve of pterygoid canal vidian n. which passes through the pterygoid canal to reac ...

                                               

Angel Savov

Angel Sotirov Savov was a Bulgarian stage and film actor. Savov was born on February 18, 1925 in Aytos, Bulgaria in the family of the architect and building entrepreneur Sotir Savov. He inherited his talent for painting and drawing from his mothe ...

                                               

Luiza Pesjak

Luiza Pesjak or Lujiza Pesjakova was a Slovene writer, poet and translator. She was the first woman to write a novel in Slovene.

                                               

Ringspot

Ringspot, a symptom of various plant viral infections, may refer to: Carnation ringspot virus, plant pathogenic virus of the family Tombusviridae Prunus necrotic ringspot virus, plant pathogenic virus of the family Bromoviridae Tomato ringspot vi ...

                                               

R. maculata

R. maculata may refer to: Rana maculata, a Central American frog Racotis maculata, a geometer moth Rasbora maculata, a ray-finned fish Rodriguezia maculata, an orchid endemic to Brazil Rhoicinaria maculata, a three-clawed spider Rimularia maculat ...

                                               

P. concinna

P. concinna may refer to: Pterostylis concinna, a terrestrial orchid Physalacria concinna, a tropical fungus Philbertia concinna, a sea snail Paracorixa concinna, a water boatman Phippsia concinna, an ice grass Platycleis concinna, a shield-backe ...

                                               

Orlaya grandiflora

Orlaya grandiflora, the white laceflower, is a species of flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native to Mediterranean Europe. Growing to 7.5 cm, this is a multi-branched annual with divided ferny leaves, and flattish panicles of pure white fl ...

                                               

C. aurantiaca

C. aurantiaca may refer to: Catocala aurantiaca, an owlet moth Chrysomphalina aurantiaca, a gilled mushroom Cronia aurantiaca, a sea snail Coccinia aurantiaca, a scarlet gourd Caragana aurantiaca, a flowering plant Caloplaca aurantiaca, a lichen ...

                                               

Wallace Touroplane

In 1928 Stanley Wallace set up a company to produce a three seat, high wing monoplane which he had designed and named the Touroplane. It was powered by an 80 hp 60 kW Anzani radial engine and as many as six of these may have been built. In 1929 W ...

                                               

Klemm Kl 26

The L 26 was a larger, reinforced development of the Klemm L 25. Like the L 25, the L 26 was a single engined low-wing monoplane with fixed conventional landing gear. Most variants were two-seaters with tandem open cockpits.

                                               

Braganstown massacre

The Braganstown massacre took place on the 9th of June, 1329 in Braganstown, modern County Louth, Ireland. A mob of angry tenants attacked and killed the local lord, John de Bermingham, and around 160 of his relatives and followers.

                                               

Scipio Nasica

Scipio Nasica was the name of several members of the Scipiones, a branch of the patrician Roman gens Cornelia. Metellus Scipio was born into this family, but was later adopted out to the gens Caecilia. He still retained his former name by combini ...

                                               

Abrus aureus

Abrus aureus is endemic to Madagascar, where it is widespread. Its habitat is in forests and agricultural areas, from sea level to 200 metres 700 ft altitude.

                                               

Polymorphodon

Polymorphodon is an extinct genus of archosauriform reptile from the Middle Triassic of Germany. The only known species is Polymorphodon adorfi, discovered in Lower Keuper deposits at a quarry in Eschenau, Germany. Polymorphodon is notable for it ...

                                               

Up the Creek (comedy club)

Up the Creek is a comedy club on Creek Road in Greenwich, London. The club was founded in 1991 by Malcolm Hardee, who was a regular master of ceremonies. In an upstairs bar at the club was a mural commissioned by Hardee as a parody of Leonardo da ...

                                               

Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church

Theodore Parker Unitarian Universalist Church is a historic church building at 1859 Centre Street in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1900 to a design by West Roxbury native Henry M. Seaver, it is a locally signifi ...

                                               

Rhys Caparn

Rhys Caparn was an American sculptor known for her animal, landscape, and architectural subjects. Her works were mostly abstract but based on natural forms. In many of them she employed free lines and used a restrained style that nonetheless conv ...

                                               

Gail Armstrong (politician)

Prior to serving in the New Mexico House of Representatives, Armstrong was a member of the committee that organizes the Socorro County Fair. Armstrong was also a board member and one-time president of the Magdalena Municipal School District. She ...

                                               

Trump v. Vance

Trump v. Vance, 591 U.S. ___, was a landmark United States Supreme Court case related to the New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.s attempt to subpoena the tax records of President Donald Trump as part of the ongoing investigation int ...

                                               

Eben Hayes

Ebenezer Hayes was a farmer, Methodist preacher and a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, during the Reconstruction era. Ebenezer Hayes was born in Marion, South Carolina, in 1798, the eldest of three sons to William Hayes, who ...

                                               

KDB Darulaman

KDB Darulaman is the third ship of the Darussalam -class offshore patrol vessels. The vessel is in active service in the Royal Brunei Navy.

                                               

P10

P10 or P-10 may refer to: P-10 radar P10 protocol, an extension to the Internet Relay Chat protocol for server to server communications an iriver hard disk based music digital player model Prussian P 10 steam locomotive P-10, a common fill gas fo ...

                                               

Obukhovsky

Obukhovsky, Obukhovskaya, or Obukhovskoye may refer to: Obukhovsky Municipal Okrug, a municipal okrug in Nevsky District of the federal city of St. Petersburg, Russia Obukhovsky surname fem. Obukhovskaya, Russian last name Obukhovsky Bridge, a br ...

                                               

Walther automatic shotgun

The shotgun uses designs by Fritz Walther and Georg Walther patented in 1918. Original production was handled by Deutsche Werke in the early 1920s, but was later improved by Walther, with refinements being made to the original design such as the ...

                                               

VK 30.01 (H)

The VK 30.01 was a prototype medium tank developed by Henschel in Germany during World War II. It was rejected for production. The chassis from this project went on to form the chassis for the Sturer Emil.

                                               

Bouchardatia

Bouchardatia is a genus of two species of tree in the family Rutaceae, one species endemic to eastern Australia, the other to New Guinea. They have compound leaves with three or five leaflets, and are arranged in opposite pairs. The flowers are b ...

                                               

Union of German Restaurant Workers

The Union of German Restaurant Workers was a trade union representing workers in hotels and restaurants in Germany. The first Free Trade Unions of hospitality workers in Germany were established in 1889 and 1890 in Altona, Berlin, Hamburg, Kiel, ...

                                               

The Hulsenbeck Children

The Hulsenbeck Children is an oil on canvas painting by the Romantic German artist Philipp Otto Runge, executed in 1805–06, which is now in the collection of the Kunsthalle Hamburg. Runge had a short life, dying of tuberculosis at the age of 33, ...

                                               

Three Birch Trees on the Heath

Three Birch Trees on the Heath is a 1956 West German drama film directed by Ulrich Erfurth and starring Margit Saad, Sonja Sutter and Helmuth Schneider. It was one of 54 heimatfilm produced that year, as the genres popularity reached its peak. Th ...

                                               

Palazzo Michiel del Brusà

Palazzo Michiel del Brusà is a palace located in Venice, more precisely in the Cannaregio district, and overlooking the Grand Canal. The building is located between Palazzo Michiel dalle Colonne and Palazzo Smith Mangilli Valmarana.

                                               

Palazzo Erizzo Nani Mocenigo

Palazzo Erizzo Nani Mocenigo is a palace in Venice located in the San Marco district and overlooking the Grand Canal between Palazzo Da Lezze and Palazzo Contarini delle Figure.

                                               

Ahmad Awais

Ahmad Awais is a senior Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, who also served as Advocate General Punjab 2018–2019, in the PTI Government 2018, he remained the President of Lahore High Court Bar Association, Lahore 2004. He is senior member of PTI ...

                                               

Stacey Murphy

In 1997, Murphy became a member of city council of Burbank, California. In May 1998, Murphy became a vice-mayor of Burbank, California. In May 1999, Murphy became mayor of Burbank, California, until May 2000. In May 2003, Murphy became Mayor of B ...

                                               

Community Board

Community Board may refer to: Community boards of Staten Island, 3 local representative bodies in Staten Island, New York City. Community boards of Queens, 14 local representative bodies in Queens, New York City. Community Board New Zealand, a le ...

                                               

Telfar Clemens

Telfar Clemens is a Liberian-American fashion designer and the founder of Telfar, a fashion label based in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

                                               

Hot Karl (disambiguation)

Hot Karl is an American rapper. Hot Karl may also refer to: The Hot Karl II, 2003 American film sequel to the 2001 film The Hot Karl 2001 film, 2001 American film starring Alistair Abell Hot Karl, single on the 2005 album Accordion Solo! by Ten i ...

                                               

Configuration

Configurator, also known as choice board, design system, or co-design platform, used in product design to capture customers specifications Configure script "./configure" in Unix, the output of Autotools; used to detect system configuration Config ...

                                               

2W

2W or 2-W may refer to, AF-2W, a model of Grumman AF Guardian GP38-2W, a model of EMD GP38-2 locomotive SLC-2W, a designation for Vandenberg AFB Space Launch Complex 2 A two-wire telecommunications circuit Tropical Depression 02W; see Typhoon Isa ...

                                               

Class 55

Class 55 may refer to: Class 55.61: PKP Class Tp6, PKP Class Tp108, PKP Class Tp109, PKP Class Tp104, PKP Class Tp102 Class 55.7-14: Prussian G 7.2, PKP Class Tp2 Class 55.58: Mecklenburg G 8.1 British Rail Class 55, a British diesel locomotive C ...

                                               

Class 57

Class 57 may refer to: Class 57.7: ČSD Class 524.2 Class 57.0 II: BBO 180, PKP-Class Tw11 Class 57.4: Wurttemberg Hh British Rail Class 57, a British diesel locomotive Class 57.9: PH I Class 57.10–35: Prussian G 10 Class 57.3: Wurttemberg H DRG C ...

                                               

Citrus Village

Citrus Village is a shopping center in Redlands, California, one of the earliest planned shopping centers in the area and upon its opening on November 2, 1959, the largest retail area in Redlands, costing million and housing 20 shops under one ai ...

                                               

Furo Girl!

Furo Girl! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yukio Katayama. The manga was serialized in the Shogakukan publication Big Comic Spirits from 2015 to 2016. The series the depicts the lifestyle of a 25 year old office worker and b ...

                                               

Carlisle Civic Centre

The building was commissioned to replacing the aging Town Hall in the Market Place. The new building, which was designed by Charles B. Pearson and Partners in the Modernist style and built by John Laing & Son at a cost of £820.000, was completed ...

                                               

Belur Math railway station

Belur Math railway station is a terminal railway station of the Kolkata Suburban Railway network, which connects Belur Math, temple and the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission, with Howrah via the Eastern main line of Eastern Railway.

                                               

Douglas M. Brown

Douglas M. Brown is an American businessman and academic who briefly served as the 28th New Mexico State Treasurer after the resignation and conviction of Robert E. Vigil. In 2019, Brown was nominated to serve as the president of the University o ...

                                               

The Shadow (Frew Publications)

The Australian Shadow comic book was first published in May 1950 by Frew Publications and ran for two series in Australia. The final issue in the second series was #168, which makes The Shadow the second longest running comic title in Australia. ...

                                               

Apostolic Delegation to Puerto Rico

The Apostolic Delegation to Puerto Rico represents the interests of the Holy See in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Its head is titled the Apostolic Delegate. His position is ecclesiastical, not diplomatic. The papacy has used a series of repres ...

                                               

Anindra Ardiansyah Bakrie

Anindra Ardiansyah Bakrie also known as Ardi Bakrie is an Indonesian businessman and investor. He is the youngest son of Aburizal Bakrie and a member of the Indonesian conglomerate Bakrie family. He is currently the President Commissioner of PT. ...

                                               

Plunger (disambiguation)

A plunger is a device that is used to release stoppages in plumbing Plunger may also refer to: A component of a syringe Plunger -class submarine, an early class of United States Navy submarines USS Plunger, one of several United States naval vess ...

                                               

Japanese submarine chaser Cha-232 (1944)

Cha-232 or No. 232 was a No.1-class auxiliary submarine chaser of the Imperial Japanese Navy that served during World War II.

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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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