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Rosenbloom

David Rosenblum, film editor and television. Bert Rosenblum, American economist and author. Keith R. Rosenblum, engineer-programmer. Carol Rosenblum, American businessman. Benjamin L. Rosenblum, American politician. Chip Rosenblum, American film ...

Rosendal

Rosendal, United States virgin Islands, settlement on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. virgin Islands.

Rosetta (disambiguation)

Rosetta, Tasmania, suburb of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Rosetta, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Rosetta, Belfast office in Northern Ireland.

Roshan

MEKA Roshan, Telugu hero. Hrithik Roshan was born in 1974, Hindi movie, son of Rakesh Roshan. PIR Roshan 1525– C. 1580, Pashtun warrior and poet. Roshan Mahanama, born 1966, Sri Lanka cricket player. Rakesh Roshan, born in 1949, the Indian produc ...

Roshi

Enclosed Kyozan Sasaki, also known as inmate Sasaki Roshi, and referred to simply as "Roshi" by his followers. Coming forward Roshi was born in 1991, Albanian international football player.

Roskill

Roskill may refer to: School mount Roskill grammar high school in mount Roskill. Mount Roskill intermediate, middle school in mount Roskill. Mount Roskill, in Auckland, New Zealand. Mount Roskill New Zealand electorate, of the house of representa ...

Roslin

Rosslyn Chapel. (Рослинская Капелла) Roslin, Midlothian sometimes spelled Roslin or Roslin, a village in Midlothian, South of Edinburgh, Scotland. The Barony Of Roslin. Rossinskogo Institute, where the sheep was cloned Dolly. The Battle Of Roslin ...

Rosmini

The Raffaello hotel may refer to: Dick rosmini 1936-1995, American guitarist. Diego hotel Raffaello was born in 1927, the Italian mafia boss. College of hotel Raffaello, New Zealand integrated same-sex high school for boys. Antonio rosmini-Serbat ...

Rossbach

The rosbach and then, part of the city and then, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The battle of Rossbach, fought 1757. Of roßbach, Westerwaldkreis, a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Rossbach, Austria, a municipality in Upper Austria. Rossba ...

Rosset

Marc Rosset was born 1970, Swiss tennis player. Barney Rosset 1922-2012, American entrepreneur and publisher. Olivier Rosset was born in 1971, French music entrepreneur. Macarena Rosset was born in 1991, Argentine basketball player. Matthieu Ross ...

Rossetto

Green may refer to: People Louis Green is an American journalist. He is best known as the founder and former publisher of Wired magazine. Hector Green - Argentine chess player, who became an international grandmaster in 1960. Food and drinks An a ...

Rostand

1894-1977 Jean Rostand, French biologist and philosopher, the son of Edmond. Rostand Melaping was born in 1978 and Cameroonian judoka. Edmond Rostand 1868-1918, French poet and playwright. Andre Rostand, Malagasy politician. 1883-1946 Maurice Ros ...

Roster

The list may refer to: List of development, the concept of football. Major League baseball lists. The registry of jobs, a list of employees and associated information within a specified period of time. List McCabe, an American rock band active 20 ...

Roșu

Rosu, a village in the municipality of Raducaneni, Iasi County, Romania. Roșu, Cahul, a commune in Cahul district, Moldova. Rosu, a village in the commune of Chiajna, County of Ilfov, Romania. Rosu, a village administered by the city of Vatra Dor ...

Rotar

Rotar may refer to: Unique design car ed Roth. Rotar masters of the Universe. Rotari, Transnistria, a commune in the district of Kamenka of Transnistria, Moldova.

Rotberg

Rothberg may refer to: Rothberg schönefeld, the former German municipality, since 1998 part of schönefeld-Waltersdorf. Castle Rotberg in Metzerlen-Mariastein, Switzerland.

Rote

Rota may refer to: People Ryan Roth born in 1982, baseball pitcher. Kyle rote, Jr. was born in 1950, American football player. Jason Butler rote, American TV writer. Kyle rote 1928-2002, American football player and father. The company 1928-2000 ...

Rotella (disambiguation)

Microgaza Rotella, the sea snail family Solariellidae. Homalopoma Rotella, the sea snail family Colloniidae. Argalista Rotella, the sea snail family Colloniidae.

Rotem

Rotem may refer to: Hyundai-Rotem part of the Hyundai automotive group Kia. The Rotem crisis, 1960 confrontation between Israel and the United Arab Republic. Power station in Mishor Rotem, a former oil shale power plants and current natural gas p ...

Rotenberg

Rotenberg, Stuttgart. (Ротенберг, Штутгарт) Rotenberg, Rauenberg. (Ротенберг, Рауенберге) Places in Baden-württemberg, Germany. Rotenberg ridge, the hill range between the Eichsfeld and the Harz in Lower Saxony. The old name of the hill in the Sc ...

Rothenburg

Rothenburg on the Oder, the German name for Czerwiensk, Poland. Rothenburg-Ob-der-Tauber, Bavaria, Germany. (Ротенбург-об-дер-Таубер, Бавария, Германия) Rothenburg, Görlitz, Saxony, Germany. Rothenburg, Switzerland, Canton Lucerne, Switzerland. R ...

Rotherham (disambiguation)

Rotherham UK Parliament constituency of the district, covering the city. Rotherham, New Zealand, a village. Municipal district of Rotherham, including the city.

Rothwell

Rothwell, Lincolnshire, UK. (Ротуэлл, Линкольншир, Великобритания) Rothwell, West Yorkshire, UK. Rothwell Ward. (Ротвелл Уорд) Rothwell, Northamptonshire, UK. (Ротвелл, Нортгемптоншир, Великобритания) Rothwell QLD, Australia. (Ротуэлл Квинсленд, ...

Roti (disambiguation)

Roti-a flat bread native to Indian subcontinent. Roti or roti may also refer to: Album roti album Gurdas Maan. Roti movie 1974 Indian Hindi film directed by Manmohan Desai. "Roti" Hannibal, episode of the television series Hannibal. Roti 1988 mov ...

Rotinoff

Rotinoff may refer to: Rotinoff super Atlantic ballast tractor made by the Rotinoff motors. Alexander Rotinoff 1875-1934, Russian architect. Rotinoff motors, a British manufacturer of commercial vehicles.

Rotman

Rotman may refer to: Walter 1922-2007 Rotman, engineer and namesake of the Rotman lens. Sergiu Dan was born Isidor Rotman, 1903-1976, Romanian writer. Dan Rothman was born in 1932, American bridge player. Brian Rotman, American scientist. Joseph ...

Rotta

Rotta may refer to: Tool Rotta, musical instrument of 6th-century Germany. In Rotta Huttlet, a character in the cartoon clone Wars. Rotta, Germany, a small village in Saxony-Anhalt. Chapati, a type of flatbread in India.

Rottenburg

Rottenburg may refer to: Rothenburg-Ob-der-Tauber, Bavaria, Germany. (Ротенбург-об-дер-Таубер, Бавария, Германия) Francis Rottenburg 1757-1832, a Polish soldier and administrator. Rottenburg am Neckar, Baden-württemberg, Germany. Rottenburg an de ...

Rotter

Faris Badwan 1986, Also known as Faris rotter, English musician, former member of the pseudo-punk band Glascow.

Rotunda

The architecture of the rotunda, a circular shape, often covered with a dome. A term used by some speakers of Spanish or Spanish-influenced countries such as the Philippines for carousels. The script is rotunda, a specific medieval blackletter sc ...

Roud (disambiguation)

Steve roud, Creator of the index roud folk song. Road 1897-1976 Gustave, Swiss poet and photographer. Richard road 1929-1989, American writer about the movie.

Rouf

Rouf may refer to: Munshi Abdur Rouf, a recipient of the military award bir Sreshtho. Rouf, Athens, a neighborhood of Athens in Greece. MD Abdur Rouf, Bangladesh it is easier to play of the player. Abdur Rouf judge, Bangladeshi judge. Rouf F. C., ...

Roughan

Roughan may refer to: Roughan, in the churchyard in Dungannon and South Tyrone district Council, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Castle Roughan castle. (Замок Roughan)

Roughton

Roughton, as a person, may refer to: Roughton rou " Reynolds, an English musician in a post hardcore band rock music free. Julian Roughton,the current chief Executive of Suffolk wildlife Trust. Roughton, as a place, may refer to: Roughton, Lincol ...

Rous

Rous may refer to: The Rous Cup, a football tournament. Baron Rous, in the peerage of great Britain. Rodent of unusual size, a creature from the book and movie the Princess bride.

Routh

Jonathan Routh 1927-2008, British comedian. Josh Routh, American contemporary circus artist. Edward Routh 1831-1907, British mathematician. S. R. N. Routh, wrote whos who in Tudor England 1485-1603. Camilla Belle Ruth 1986, American actress, born ...

Routier

Reutter may refer to: Reuter, a fictional character in the video game record of Agarest war. Bamboo charcoal bamboo charcoal Reuter born in 1970, the American convicted of murder. Road transport, mercenary soldiers of the middle Ages. Caroline Re ...

Rouvroy

Rouvroy, Pas-de-Calais, a commune in the Pas-de-Calais Department in France. Rouvroy, Aisne, a commune in the Aisne Department in France. Rouvroy, Belgium, a municipality in Belgium.

Rouxel

Rouxel may refer to: Rouxel car, a French automobile manufactured from 1899 until 1900. Gustave Augustin Rouxel 1840-1908, French Catholic Bishop in the United States. Philibert françois Rouxel de Blanchelande, he is Philippe françois Rouxel de B ...

Rova

ROVA may refer to: App ROVA, streaming app MediaWorks Radio. ROVA of Antananarivo, the Royal Palace complex in Antananarivo that served as the seat of government in precolonial Madagascar. ROVA Hebrew: היהודי הרובע, Harova HaYehudi, the Jewish qu ...

Rove

Le-Rove, commune in the Bouches-du-rhône Department in southern France. Rove, Honiara, a suburb of Honiara, Solomon Islands. Rove opened the tunnel channel in France that linked Marseille to the Rhone river in 1927 and closed in 1963. Rove, vojni ...

Rover

The lunar Rover, a vehicle designed for movement on the surface of the moon. The Rover, a vehicle designed to explore the surface of Mars. Rover space vehicle that explores the surface of an astronomical body.

Rovio

Rovio may refer to: Rovio entertainment, a Finnish video game company and Creator of angry birds. Rovio Ticino, a municipality in the Swiss Canton of Ticino. Rovio robot, with Wi-Fi robot-supported production of a Hong Kong company WowWee. Kustaa ...

Rowe

Rowe, now Rowek, Poland. Rowe, new Mexico, USA. Rowe, Massachusetts, USA. (Роу, штат Массачусетс, США) Rowes Bay, Queensland, a suburb of Townsville Australia. Row or Toordillon, in the churchyard, in the parish of Killare, Barony Rathconrath, Co ...

Rowlett (disambiguation)

Rowlett Rowletts or may refer to: Tracy Rowlett, American journalist. Rowletts, Kentucky. (Rowletts, Кентукки) Rowlett, Texas. (Роулетт, Штат Техас) Frank Rowlett, cryptographer. (Фрэнк Роулетт, криптограф) Ralph Rowlett. (Ральф Роулетте) Caudill ...

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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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