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Minny

Minnie may refer to: Character in the animated films cars and cars 2. Minnesota–Wisconsin League or "minny" League of professional baseball from 1909 to 1912. Abbreviation of the U.S. state of Minnesota and city of Minneapolis. Annelie Minnie in ...

Minor

Minor may refer to: Minor law, a person younger than that legally separates childhood from adulthood. The person who has not reached the age of majority. Academic small, medium vocational higher education.

Minsky

1855-1937 Nikolai Minsky, Russian poet. 1919-1996 Hyman Minsky, American economist. Richard Minsky was born in 1947, American scholar of bookbinding. Michael 1918-1988 Minsky, Russian Opera singer. 1902-1987 Morton Minsky, owner of the burlesque ...

Minto

Antarctica Mount Minto Antarctica. (Крепление Минто Антарктиды) Australia Train station Minto. (Железнодорожный вокзал Минто) Minto cobras Rugby League football club. Minto, the state of New South Wales, Sydney. Minto County, Western Australia. M ...

Mio

Mio TV, a pay-TV service by Singtel. Technology Mio, the Taiwanese manufacturer of mobile electronics includes Mio GPS. Yamaha Mio, a motorcycle. Mio, a Kraft foods flavor product, marketed as a "liquid water enhancer".

Mion

Mion may refer to: Frederic Mion-French official. (Фредерик Мион-французский чиновник) Marcos mion of the Brazilian TV presenter and actor. The mion district is one of twenty-six 26 districts in the Northern region of Ghana. The mion constituency ...

Mirabaud

Mirabeau can refer to: Jean-Baptiste de 1675-1760 Mirabeau, French writer and translator. Mirabeau international banking and financial group based in Geneva, Switzerland. Paul Mirabeau.1848-1908, French banker and philatelist.

Mirny

Peace peak, the peak in the Northern part of Rothschild island, Antarctica. Mirny urban Okrug, a municipal formation of the town of oblast significance of Mirny, Arkhangelsk oblast, Russia is incorporated as. Mirnyy, mirninskiy, urban-type settle ...

Mirsky

Mark Jay Mirsky. (Марк Джей Мирский) Boris Mirkin-Getzevich 1892-1955, better known under the pseudonym Boris Mirsky. Steve Mirsky. (Стив Мирский) Alfred Mirsky 1900-1974. (Альфред Мирский 1900-1974) D. S. Mirsky 1890-1939. Alexander Mirsky was b ...

Misk

Misc may refer to: Geography Bowls, mountain in the Bolivian Andes. MISK hills, a Sandstone plateau in the East Midlands of England. Other Fedwa MISK, Moroccan journalist and activist for womens rights. The MISK Foundation, a nonprofit organizati ...

Miska

Miska Siikonen, Finnish hockey player. Bowl it humaloja, Finnish hockey player. Miska Petersham, American writer. Brad Miska, American film producer. Pali Miska, Albanian politician. Miska Magyarics, Hungarian, Slovenian poet. Bowl III Atyusz, Hu ...

Miskolci

Miskolci can relate to Miskolci VSC, a Hungarian football club based in Miskolc. Miskolci AK, Hungarian football club based in Miskolc. Miskolci in VLC, the Hungarian water Polo club based in Miskolc. Miskolc is a city in Hungary. Richard Miskolc ...

Mitford

Nancy Mitford 1904-1973, English novelist and biographer. Algernon Freeman-Mitford, 1st Baron Redesdale 1837-1916, a British diplomat, collector and writer, he was the paternal grandfather of the Mitford sisters. William Mitford, 1744-1827, Engli ...

Mithila

Mithila, India, we offer state of India. Mithila ancient city, the ancient capital Videha or Tirhut. Mithila region, cultural region, historical and modern, now divided between India and Nepal. Widehow Kingdom, an ancient Kingdom. The term Mithil ...

Mithun

Marianne Mithun was born in 1946, Explorer of the Indian languages. Steven Mithen. (Стивен Mithen) Laurie Mithen. (Лори Mithen) Anthony Mithen. (Энтони Mithen)

Miti

Innovative technology Mohawk, an American company. MITI, Estonia, village. (Мити, Эстония, деревня) The Ministry of international trade and industry of Japan, now part of the Ministry of economy, trade and industry. A qualified member of the Inst ...

Mitra (disambiguation)

Mitra–Varuna, the dual deities in the "rig Veda". Mitra, in a yazata mentioned in the Holy Zoroastrian Scripture of the Avesta, whose modern Persian equivalent of Mitra. Mitra, Indo-Iranian deity. (Митра, Индо-иранского божества) Mitra Vedic Sans ...

Mitre (disambiguation)

Isla mitre or the Island, Lavoisier island, Antarctica. Mitre peak, New Zealand, the mountains of the South island. Mitre square, London, England, UK. Mitre, New Zealand, the mountain on the North island. Mitre Peninsula, Tierra del Fuego, Argent ...

Mitrovica

District the Mitrovica district in Kosovo. Mitrovica, Kosovo, a town in the district above. The Northern part of Mitrovica, in the Northern part of the city. Sremska Mitrovica, a town and municipality in Srem, Vojvodina, Serbia. Macvanska Mitrovi ...

Mitta

Mitta may refer to: Mitta, old Anglo-Saxon measure of capacity. The Mitta river, a major tributary of the Murray river in Australia. MITT organizations Football club, an Australian rules football club. Alexander Mitta was born in 1933, Soviet and ...

Mitterling

Mitterling may refer to: Mitterling glacier is a glacier on the East coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. Ralph Mitterling 1890-1956, American football, basketball, and baseball player and coach.

MIU

Festival MEW Naked. (Фестиваль МИУ голый) The language of MEW, to Austronesia language spoken in Papua New Guinea. Miu name. (Имя МИУ) Ion Miu was born in 1955, Romanian virtuoso Cimbalom player.

Mixon

Laura J. Mixon, an American writer. Mick Mixon, American newscaster. Jamal Mixon was born 1983, American actor. Autry Devolta Mixon, Jr., better known as Junior Walker 1931-1995, American musician. Kenny Mixon was born 1975, American football pla ...

Mize

Maza Old English term for a type of land evaluation is similar to the property tax paid by the local nobility in the Middle ages. It was distributed in areas of the West of England, such as Cheshire. Misa is also a surname, to give people already ...

Mizell

Mizell may refer to: Surname Zach Mizell, American Rugby player for aviators in Ohio about Rugby. Jason Mizell 1965-2002, was an American musician and DJ, known under the name of Jam master Jay. Von Delaney Mizell, the second black physician in F ...

Mnich

Mnich may refer to: Mnich, Silesian Voivodeship, in southern Poland. Mnich mountain, the mountain near the lake Morskie Oko in the Tatra National Park, Poland. Mnich Pelheimov district, a village in Pelheimov district, Czech Republic. Mnich, Kutn ...

Mniszek

Mniszek, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, North-Central Poland. Mniszek, Lublin Voivodeship East Poland. Mniszek, świętokrzyskie Voivodeship in South-Central Poland. Mniszek, Masovian Voivodeship in East Central Poland. Mniszek, Pomeranian Voivod ...

Moan (disambiguation)

Raymond moan 1951, Irish cricketer. Magnus moan of 1983, the Norwegian skier. Torgeir moan was born 1944 Norwegian engineer. Farrah moan, Cameron Clayton, born in 1993, the American travesty. Guitarist Henny Moan was born in 1936, Norwegian actress.

Moar

Moar may be: Alternative spelling of clan pestilence. Moar Mound and village, Ohio, USA. Moar is an alternative name for two languages: Language of faces, the Albanian language spoken in Papua, Indonesia. The Bimoba language, Niger-Congo language ...

Mobo

Mobo or mobo may refer to: Mobo, Masbate, a municipality in the province of Masbate, Philippines. Japanese modern boys male version of westernized modern girl. Mobo, Kalibo, municipality in the province of Aklan, Philippines. Computer motherboard ...

Moch

Dontay Moch born in 1988, the American football player. Jules Moch 1893-1985, French politician. Gaston Moch 1859-1935, French activist. Robert Moch 1914-2005, American rower. Mon, Palatine of Hungary 12-13 century, Hungarian gentlemen. Manfred M ...

Mocker

Mocker or mockers may refer to: Los mockers, rock band Uraguayan. Mocker, New Zealand pop band. Mocker swallowtail butterfly Papilio Dardanus. Dissolute comics, comic book character. 1835-1899 Josef Mocker, Czech architect. Toussaint-Eugene-Ernes ...

Modell

Frank Modell 1917-2016, American cartoonist. Arnold Modell, a Professor of social psychiatry at Harvard Medical school. Rod Modell, Deepchord name for electronic music producer from Detroit, Michigan. PAT Modell 1931-2011, American TV actress. Me ...

Moderne

Modern may refer to: Jacques Nouveau by S. 1497–after 1560, the Italian-born music publisher active in France. The style of "Streamline modern", a branch of the style of art Deco, which reached popularity in 1937. Grand Hotel Moderne in Lourdes, ...

Mogi

Kiyoo Mogi, a Japanese seismologist. Shigeru Mogi, Japanese voice actor. Yasuko Mogi, Japanese women mixed martial arts MMA fighter. Yuzaburo Mogi, a Japanese business. Hiroto Mogi, Japanese football player. Ken Mogi, a Japanese brain scientist.

Moguchy

Mighty may refer to Yaroslav Mahuchikh born in 2001, the Ukrainian high jumper. Born in 1961, Andrei Moguchy, the Director of the Russian platform. The mighty, countryside, Balakhtinsky district of Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia.

Moha

Moss may refer to: Places: Moha, Belgium, a village in the municipality of Wannsee, the province of liège, Belgium. The County of Moss, a medieval fief based on a village in Belgium. Moha, Hungary, village in Hungary. Moha, British Columbia, a ru ...

Mohandas

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Mahatma Gandhi 1869-1948, a major political and spiritual leader of India. Mamta Mohandas born 1985, Indian actress. Geetu Mohandas was born in 1981, is an Indian actress. P. V. A. Mohandas, the Indian surgeon. Achu ...

Mohi

Moha may refer to: Mita Mohi 1938-2016, New Zealand Maori and Rugby player. The battle of Mohi in 1241 in the battle between the Mongol Empire and the Kingdom of Hungary, named after the village it was in the neighborhood. Mattha, aka "Mohi", spi ...

Moimoi

Moimoi can relate to Siosifa Moimoi born in 1994, Tongan football striker. Fuifui moimoi was born in 1979, Tonga Rugby football League. Moin is a Nigerian steamed bean pudding.

Moine

Moine,French for "monk", may refer to: The Moine supergroup, the metamorphic rocks that form the dominant outcrop of the Scottish. The river La Moine, a tributary of the Illinois river in Western Illinois in USA. Le Moine, a mountain in the Penni ...

Moist

Moist von Lipwig, a fictional character in a series of Discworld Terry Pratchetts. Moists or Mohists, followers of the Chinese philosophy called Mohism or Moism. Moist, a fictional character from the Dr. Joss Whedons administrations sing-along blog.

Moke

Peewee Moke in 1986, the Samoan Rugby League. Moka company "Kajima" was born in 1974, a football player from the Republic of Congo. Masena Moke born in 1980, footballer from the Republic of Congo. Moka 1950-2001, Congolese artist. Moka slang, der ...

Mol

Video album M. O. L., And video 2002 American hard rock band disturbed. D like, vocal group of the Montenegrin. Series the mole TV 2015 Pakistani television serials.

Mola

Alcocero de Molay, a municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and león, Spain. The lake Mola, a lake on the southwest of Ilirska Bistrica in the inner Carniola region of Slovenia. Mola di Bari, a city in Apulia, southern Italy. The ...

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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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