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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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Cynthia Grant (director)

Cynthia Grant is a Canadian theatre director. Grant was a founding member of Nightwood Theatre and served as the companys first artistic director. Grant later co-founded Company of Sirens.

                                               

Okamoto Hideki

Okamoto Hideki was a Karate instructor affiliated with the Japan Karate Association. Okamoto dedicated his life to promote the traditional martial arts karate-do for karate-ka all over the world, especially in Middle East, Arab and in Africa from ...

                                               

Jim Watson (actor)

Jim Watson is a Canadian actor. He is best known for his roles as Pat in the television series Between, and Theo in Transplant. Originally from North Bay, Ontario, he studied acting at the George Brown Theatre School. He currently lives in Hamilt ...

                                               

Abe Bluestein

Abraham Bluestein, known as Abe, was born in Philadelphia on November 1, 1909, to Russian immigrants Mendel Max and Esther Bluestein. His parents had been active Russian revolutionaries and fled the country after his father killed a tsarist soldi ...

                                               

Monica Gandhi

Monica Gandhi is an American physician who is a Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. She is Director of the UCSF Gladstone Center for AIDS Research and the medical director of the San Francisco General Hospital HI ...

                                               

Jamus Lim

Jamus Jerome Lim Chee Wui is a Singaporean economist and politician. A member of the Workers Party, he was elected into the Parliament of Singapore as a representative for the Sengkang Group Representation Constituency following the 2020 Singapor ...

                                               

Juliann Bluitt Foster

Juliann Bluitt Foster was an American dentist and was among the first African American women to graduate from dentistry school. In 1993, she became the first woman President of the American College of Dentists, as well as the first woman Presiden ...

                                               

Kenneth Paul Rosenberg

Rosenberg was born in 1956, was raised in Philadelphia, studied medicine in New York City, and completed his residency and addiction psychiatry fellowship at the Cornell University Medical Center, where he remains on faculty.

                                               

Susan Low Bloch

Susan Low Bloch is an American professor specializing in Constitutional law and communications law at Georgetown University Law Center, who is widely quoted in the press on interpretation of the United States Constitution.

                                               

Nancy L. Rosenblum

Nancy Lipton Rosenblum is an American political scientist and political philosopher. She is the Senator Joseph S. Clark Professor of Ethics in Politics and Government at Harvard University and co-editor of the Annual Review of Political Science. ...

                                               

Statue of Frederick Douglass (Rochester, New York)

A statue of Frederick Douglass sculpted by Sidney W. Edwards, sometimes called the Frederick Douglass Monument, was installed in Rochester, New York in 1899 after it was commissioned by the African-American activist John W. Thompson. According to ...

                                               

Violetta Maloney Halpert

Violetta Maloney Halpert, American folklorist, researcher, and US Navy Veteran. Born Violetta Goff Maloney, in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, she was instrumental in the development of university folklore collections in Canada.

                                               

Ramon Villegas

Ramon Nazareth Villegas more popularly known as Mon Villegas or Boy Villegas, was a Filipino curator, art historian, jeweller, author and poet. He was best known for chronicling the history of Philippine art and antiquities in various publication ...

                                               

Joseph A. Favazza

Favazza is a native of Memphis, Tennessee. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. He took theology courses at the University of St. Michaels College before earning a Master of Arts a ...

                                               

Sarah E. Igo

Igo was born in 1969. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in social studies from Harvard University and her PhD in history from Princeton University. During her post-secondary school education at Harvard and Princeton, Igo was the recipient of ...

                                               

Keith Leaphart

Keith Leaphart is an American entrepreneur, philanthropist and physician. Leaphart is the Chair of the Lenfest Foundation, CEO of Replica Creative and founder of Philanthropi, a fintech company.

                                               

Kim Phillips-Fein

Kimberly Phillips-Fein is an American historian. She is also a Full professor at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study and the History Department of the College of Arts and Science at New York University. Her book Fear City: New York’s Fisc ...

                                               

Mary Nell Santacroce

Mary Nell Santacroce was an American actress. She has appeared in such films as Wise Blood, The War and Something to Talk About. She was also the mother of actress Dana Ivey.

                                               

Katherine Stewart Flippin

In Portland, Oregon, Katherine Flippin was born Mary Katherine Stewart to parents McCants Stewart and Mary Weir Stewart. During her final year of high school, she dropped out and began a fifteen-year stint working in a department store. She marri ...

                                               

Rohani Darus Danil

Hajjah Rohani Darus Danil, S.H., was a Sumatran Malay politician who became the first female mayor of Tebing Tinggi and in the province of North Sumatra.

                                               

Amy Murrell Taylor

Taylor earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Duke University before enrolling at the University of Virginia for her Masters degree and PhD. Her thesis was titled The Divided Family in Civil War America, 1860-1870.

                                               

Dan Angel (politician)

In 1961, Angel earned a B.S. from Wayne State University. In 1963, Angel earned an M.A. from the same college. Both of these degrees were in education. In 1965, Angel earned a Ph.D. from Purdue University in communications. In 1964, while pursuin ...

                                               

George Safford Torrey

George Safford Torrey was an American botanist who taught at the University of Connecticut for forty-one years and chaired the botany department for twenty-four of those years. Dedicated in 1980, UConns George Safford Torrey Life Sciences Buildin ...

                                               

Scott Fedor

Scott Wiley Fedor is a motivational speaker, author, and disability advocate. At the age of 33, he suffered a broken neck which left him paralyzed after a diving accident. His story was chronicled in the book, Head Strong: How a Broken Neck Stren ...

                                               

Nicolae Hortolomei

Nicolae Hortolomei was a Romanian surgeon, director of the Surgery and Urology Clinic at Colțea Hospital in Bucharest, professor at the Faculty of Medicine, titular member of the Romanian Academy, and Minister of Health. He was born on November 2 ...

                                               

Yingying Fan

Yingying Fan is an American statistician and Professor and Deans Associate Professor in Business Administration in Data Sciences and Operations Department of the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. Her contributi ...

                                               

George A. Works

George Alan Works was an American academic administrator who served as the fifth president of the University of Connecticut, then Connecticut Agricultural College. Prior to assuming the presidency on July 1, 1929, Works had served as dean of the ...

                                               

Edward Smyth Jones

Edward Smyth sometimes spelled Smythe Jones was born to former enslaved parents Hawk and Rebecca in Natchez, Mississippi in 1881. He attended Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College now Alcorn State University for 14 months in 1902-1903, and t ...

                                               

Annamie Paul

Annamie Paul is a Canadian civic engagement activist and human rights lawyer who has worked on increasing diversity in government roles and supporting social innovation. She was a candidate in the 2019 Canadian federal election and is running to ...

                                               

Radhika Govindrajan

Radhika Govindrajan is an Indian-American anthropologist, researcher and university professor. She has done researches on animal studies especially about leopards, elephants. She is currently serving as an assistant associate professor at the Uni ...

                                               

Richard R. Wilk

Richard R. Wilk is an American anthropologist best known for his work in economic anthropology focusing most recently on food, though he has published widely on diverse topics including human ecology, consumer behavior, beauty pageants, Maya cult ...

                                               

Davenport High School

Davenport High School is the name of several high schools in the United States: Davenport High School Oklahoma, in Davenport, Oklahoma Davenport North High School est. 1985, in Davenport, Iowa Davenport Central High School est. 1904, this was the ...

                                               

Ernest Azudialu-Obiejesi

Ernest Nnaemeka Azudialu Obiejesi is a Nigerian business magnate and philanthropist. He is best known as the chairman and chief executive officer of Nestoil and the founder of the Obijackson Foundation. Born in Okija, Anambra Nigeria, Azudialu Ob ...

                                               

Batter my heart, three-person’d God

"Holy Sonnet XIV" – also known by its first line as "Batter my heart, three-person’d God" – is a poem written by the English poet John Donne. It is a part of a larger series of poems called Holy Sonnets, comprising nineteen poems in total. The po ...

                                               

Princilla Smart Evans Morris

Princilla Violet Smart Evans Morris is the executive director of The Center for Teaching and Learning and an associate chemistry professor at Fisk University, and a graduate of the American Council on Education Fellows Program. Shes known for her ...

                                               

John Makumbe

John Mudiwa Washe Makumbe, often published as John Mw Makumbe, was a Zimbabwean political scientist and activist. He was a professor at the University of Zimbabwe for more than 25 years, and a frequent guest lecturer at Michigan State University. ...

                                               

Glenda Sluga

Glenda Anna Sluga, is an Australian historian who has contributed significantly to the history of internationalism, nationalism, diplomacy, immigration, and gender, in Europe, Britain, France, Italy, Yugoslavia, and Australia. She is a Professor ...

                                               

Karima Bennoune

Karima Bennoune is the Homer G. Angelo and Ann Berryhill Endowed Chair and Martin Luther King Jr. Professor of Law at the UC Davis School of Law and a former United Nations Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights.

                                               

Charles Chapel Judson

Charles Chapel Judson was an American painter and educator. He taught in the Art department at the University of California, Berkeley for two decades.

                                               

Catherine Westfall

Catherine Lee Westfall is an American historian of science known for her work documenting the history of the United States Department of Energy national laboratories.

                                               

Barbara Tedlock

Barbara Helen Tedlock is an American cultural anthropologist and Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York, Buffalo. Her work explores cross-cultural understanding and communication of dreams, ethnomedicine, and ...

                                               

Lewis A. Engman

Lewis A.Engman was an American lawyer, who served as the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission from 21 February, 1973 to 31 December,1975. He is also credited with being instrumental in passing legislation keeping in consistency with the inter ...

                                               

Debra Auguste

Debra Auguste is an American chemical engineer and professor at Northeastern University in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Auguste is dedicated to developing treatments for triple negative breast cancer, one of the most aggressive and fat ...

                                               

Kirstin Chen

Kirstin Chen was born and raised in Singapore. She moved to the United States at age 15 to attend boarding school, then attended Stanford University. She has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Emerson College. She currently lives in San Francisco ...

                                               

Technological University of El Salvador

The Technological University of El Salvador or Universidad Tecnologica de El Salvador, is a higher education center in El Salvador, known as UTEC or "la Tecno", owned by a private capital company. The university campus is located in San Salvador ...

                                               

Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry

The Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry is a non-university, public research institute located in Halle, Germany. It carries out basic and applied plant research on model, cultivated and wild plants. Research activities at the institute inclu ...

                                               

Andreas Pecar

Born in Freiburg im Breisgau, Pecar studied history and German language and literature at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg and the University of Cologne with a masters degree in 1997. From 1999 to 2001 he was a research assistant at the Un ...

                                               

German friendship book

The German friendship book was an early form of the poetry book and the modern friendship book. It emerged during the reformation period, during which it was popular to collect autographs from noted reformers. In the 1700s, the trend of the frien ...

                                               

Vikram Sethi

Vikram Sethi is an American author and cyber security specialist. He is a professor of information systems and supply chain management and former director of the Institute of Defense Studies and Education at Wright State University. He also serve ...

                                               

Grace Skogstad

Grace Skogstad is a Canadian political scientist and professor at the University of Toronto. and a cross-appointed affiliate faculty in the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto.

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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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