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Benque

Division may refer to: Behnke, Haute-Garonne, a French commune. Benque-Molere. (Бенке-Molere) Benque Viejo del Carmen, "benque", city Belize. Behnke, a former French commune. Franz benque 1841-1921, German photographer. Benque-underwear-et-Dessus ...

Benrath

Benrath may refer to: The Benrath castle, a historical building in düsseldorf-Benrath. Düsseldorf-Benrath, a part of düsseldorf in Germany. Benrath line, a term of German linguistics maken-Machen isogloss.

Bensalem

Zinedine Bensalem, Algerian football player. Zohra Bensalem, the Algerian volleyball player. Ahmed Ben Salem, an Algerian leader. Ben Salem Himmich, Moroccan writer.

Benthall

Benthall may refer to: Benthall, Northumberland. (Benthall, Нортумберленд) Benthall, Shropshire. (Benthall, Шропшир) Benthall hall is there. Michael Benthall 1919-1974, English theatre Director. William Benthall 1837-1909, English cricketer. Dwin ...

Bentinck (disambiguation)

Bentinck may refer to: People: Bernhard Bentinck 1877-1931, English cricketer. Lord William Bentinck 1774-1839, Governor-General of India from 1828-1839. The Bentinck family, a prominent family in the Dutch and British nobility, including the lis ...

Benz

Benz, the Germanic clan name since the fifth century, is also used in Germany as an alternative to names such as Berthold, Bernhard, or Benedict, may refer to:

Beor

Beor may refer to: The village of Beor, a village in Punjab, Pakistan. Beor biblical character, the father of the prophet Balaam. Henry Beor 1846-1880, a politician in colonial Queensland, Australia.

Berber

ADI Berber 1913-1966, Austrian film actor. Mersad Berber 1940-2012, Bosnian artist. Anita Berber, German dancer, actress, writer, and prostitute. Zoya Berber Russian actress. Kübra Berber was born in 1996, Turkish womens footballer.

Berezan

Berezan may refer to: Runic stone Berezan, discovered in 1905. Berezan, Kyiv region, Ukraine. The Liman Berezan, open estuary on the Northern coast of the Black sea. The island of Berezan island in the Black sea.

Bergara (disambiguation)

Vergara is a city in Spain. Vergara may also refer to: Mario Bergara, Uruguay economist. Mario Ludovico Bergara Uruguayan footballer. Danny Bergara Uruguayan footballer. Markel Bergara, Spanish footballer. Ane Bergara, Spanish footballer. Iñaki B ...

Bergheim

Stanislaus Bergheim was born in 1984, German footballer. Kristian Bergheim 1926-2010, Norwegian musician. Rudiger Bergheim, Bishop of Chiemsee from 1216 to 1233.

Bergholz

Bergholz, Ohio, a village in the County of Jefferson, USA. Bergholz community, a former Amish community in Bergholz, Ohio. Bergholz, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a municipality in Uecker-randow district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. Bergholz-Re ...

Bering

Bering may refer to: Vitus Bering 1681-1741, Danish-born Navigator in the service of the Russian Navy. Bering island, Kamchatka Peninsula in the Bering sea. Marine features of the Alaska / Siberia Region. The Bering Strait, a sea Strait between R ...

Beringer

Beringer may refer to: Karl-Friedrich Beringer was born in 1948, German choral and orchestral conductor. Beringers lying stones of limestone carved in the shape of various animals. Beringer Vineyards. (Берингер Виноградники)

Berks

Berks station, septa stations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Berks series, TV Filipino TV series. Robert Berks 1922-2011, American sculptor and industrial designer.

Berkut

Berkut may refer to: Berkut 360, and home construction. Kresta II class cruiser or Berkut anti-submarine missile cruiser. Russian helicopter Berkut. (Российский вертолет "Беркут") The Berkut space suit, Soviet space suit designed in 1964-1965. As ...

Berlage (disambiguation)

Hendrik Petrus Berlage was a Dutch architect. Berlage may also refer to: Beurs van Berlage, a building in Amsterdam designed by H. P. Berlage. The Berlage Institute In Rotterdam. Berlage crater, a crater on the moon.

Berlanga

Esteban Berlanga, Spanish ballet dancer. Fray Tomas de Berlanga 1487-1551, the fourth Bishop of Panama, allegedly the first European to discover the Galapagos Islands. Consuelo Berlanga was born in 1955, Spanish journalist. 1921-2010 Berlanga, Lu ...

Berline

Berlin may refer to: Alternative spelling of Berlin carriage, from which the previous was received. Airlines in Berlin, former German airline 1991-1994. The French name for sedan car. Nicole Berlin, mathematician. (Николь Берлин, математик)

Berlitz

Berlitz can refer to: Platinum Berlitz, one of the owners of fast Pokemon in special. Berlitz Corporation, formerly Berlitz international. Maximilian Berlitz, founder of the Berlitz language schools. Charles Berlitz, grandson of Maximilian Berlit ...

Bernadotte

Bernadotte may refer to: House of Bernadotte the Royal family of Sweden. Jean Baptiste Jules Bernadotte, the leader of the French Jacobin, subsequently Marshal of France and future king Charles XIV of Sweden and the founder of the House of Bernad ...

Bernadou

Bernadou is a French surname and may refer to: John Baptiste Bernadou 1858-1908, officer of the Navy of the United States during the Spanish–American war. Victor-Felix Bernadou 1816-1891, French cardinal. USS Bernadou DD-153, a Wickes -class dest ...

Bernards

Bernard may refer to: Bernards township, NJ, USA. High school Bernards, four-year comprehensive regional public high school located in Bernardsville, new Jersey.

Bernieres

Municipality Bernieres in Saint-Nicolas, QC.

Berri

Claude Berri 1934-2009, French film Director. Nabih Berri, Lebanese politician. David berry was born in 1969, economist and author of wages of wins. Barry singer, the British singer known for 1995 hit "Sunshine after rain".

Berrigan

Philip Berrigan, American Catholic priest and activist For peace, brother Daniel. Daniel Berrigan, American Catholic priest and activist For peace, brother Philip. Ted Berrigan, American poet of the 20th century. Barry Berrigan, Australian footba ...

Berrocal (disambiguation)

Jesús Berrocal born in 1988, Spanish footballer. JAC Berrocal was born in 1946, French musician. Yola Berrocal was born in 1970, the Spanish dancer, singer and actress. Miguel Ortiz Berrocal 1933-2006, a Spanish artist known for his puzzle sculpt ...

Berryhill

Damon Berryhill was born in 1963, American former major League baseball catcher. Tom Berryhill, American politician, member of the legislative Assembly of the state of California. Bob Berryhill was born in 1947, guitarist and one of the founders ...

Berryman

The Berryman may refer to: The Berryman, Missouri, an unincorporated community. BLIT a short story, or Berryman logical image technique, a short story by David Langford. The Berryman, iron County, Missouri, a Ghost town. People: Guy Berryman was ...

Berteling

Berteling can relate to Ron Berteling 1957, Dutch ice hockey player. Ron Berteling Schaal, in the first match of the Dutch championship on hockey. Berteling building, a historic commercial building in Indiana, USA.

Berthold

Bertold or Berchtold is a German name. It is derived from two elements berht, meaning "bright" and Wald means "rule". It can refer to:

Berthon

Paul Berthon 1872-1909 French artist of the art Nouveau style. George Theodore Berthon 1806-1892, French painter. 1776-1859 Rene Theodore Berthon, a French painter. Andre Berthon 1882-1968, French politician. Edward Lyon Berthon 1813 in London, 1 ...

Berzelius (disambiguation)

Jons Jacob Berzelius a Swedish chemist. Berzelius may also refer to: 13109 Berzelius, the main belt of minor planets. Berzelius secret society at Yale University, USA. Berzelius crater, a crater on the moon.

Bessieres

Bessieres may refer to: Jean-Baptiste Bessieres, Marshal of France, Duke of Istria 1768-1813. His younger brother, Bertrand, Baron Bessieres 1773-1855. Bessieres, Haute-Garonne. (Бессьер, Верхняя Гаронна)

Bessy

Claude bessy dancer was born in 1932, the French ballerina with the Paris Opera ballet and Director of the school 1972-2004. Cyril bessy was born 1986, French cyclist. Bessie Frederick was born in 1972, French cyclist. Bessy Argyraki was born in ...

Beth

The Hebrew word for "house", often used in the name of synagogues and schools, for example, Beth Israel. The letter Beth, or Beth, the second letter of the Semitic abjads writing.

Bett

Bett is a surname of English and independent Kenyan origin, and may refer to: Nicholas Bette 1990-2018, running Kenyan. Richard Bette, British philosopher. Baldur Beth, born in 1980, Icelandic footballer. Jim, Bette was born in 1959, a Scottish f ...

Bettenhausen

Hesse Bettenhausen, Kassel, district of the city Kassel. Bettenhausen, Rhineland-Palatinate, in the district of Kusel, Rhineland-Palatinate. Bettenhausen, Baden-württemberg, in the district of Rottweil, Baden-württemberg. Bettenhausen, Thuringia, ...

Beula

Beula may refer to: 1914-1995 Beula Nunn, wife of former Governor of Kentucky Louie B. Nunn and defender. Beula, Pennsylvania, Cumbria - see list of places in Pennsylvania. 1912-1995 Joanna Harris, canadian pianist, composer and music teacher bor ...

Beury

Beury may refer to: Beury, West Virginia. (Beury, Западная Вирджиния) Beury Management Of The Wild Nature Of The Mountains, West Virginia. National Bank of North Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, also known in the building Beury.

Bever

Bever may refer to: Strombeek-Bever, part of the Belgian municipality of Grimbergen. Bever, Switzerland, a municipality in the district of Maloja of the Canton of Grisons, Switzerland. Of Oste Bever, a tributary of the river Oste, lower Saxony, G ...

Beynon

Beynon may refer to: places: Beynon, Alberta, Canada. (Бейнон, Альберта, Канада) people with the surname Beynon: Beynon, William, 1888-1958, Tsimshian historian and translator. William Addison Beynon, 1877-1968, canadian politician. Kate Beynon, ...

Bhalla

Ashima Bhalla, Indian actress. Deepti Omchery Bhalla, Indian dancer. Attin Bhalla, Indian actor. Gopi Bhalla, actor. (Гопи Бхалла, актер) Harbans Bhalla, Indian writer. Vikas Bhalla Indian actor and producer. Jaswinder Bhalla, Indian comedian and ...

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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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