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Salzberg

Salzberg can refer to: Salzberg, previously independent municipalities in Bavaria, now part of Berchtesgaden. Pride, Harghita County, Romania. Salzberg, district Neuenstein, Hesse, Germany. Bochnia, Poland. (Бохня, Польша)

Salzwedel (disambiguation)

Salzwedel is a city in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It may also refer to Places in Germany Altmarkkreis Salzwedel, the district of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Salzwedel-Land, kako "collective education" in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Salzwedel Dumme, a tribut ...

Sama

She Sanya China in the Hainan province, China. I noushehr, a village in Mazandaran province, Iran. She Chalus, a village in Mazandaran province, Iran. Herself, Burkina Faso, a town in the Kouka Department of Banwa province, Burkina Faso. Langreo, ...

Samarsky

Samara or Samara may refer to: People Michael Samara b. 1996, Russian writer and public figure. Basil Samara-Bykhovets 1803-1870, head of the Russian mining Engineering corps 1845-1861. Alexander A. Samara 1919-2008, Ukrainian mathematician. Plac ...

Sambrook

Andrew Sambrook was born in 1979, English footballer. Richard Sambrook, Vice Chairman and chief content Director at Edelman public relations. Joseph Sambrook born 1939, British molecular biologist. Clare Sambrook, British freelance journalist and ...

Samland

Samland may refer to: The Peninsula Of Sambia. The Bishopric Of Samland. Task force troops Samland XXVIII army corps of the Wehrmacht. Samland SS, see SS belgae. Andreas Samland. (Андреас Земландской) Samland District Landkreis Samland, East Prussia.

Samma

Samma may refer to: The tribe of samma, a Rajput clan settled in the provinces of Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab in Pakistan and in Rajasthan, India. Samma, Jordan, a village in Irbid, Northern Jordan. The samma dynasty ruled in Sindh, Balochistan ...

Samman

Ghada al-Samman was born in 1942, the Syrian writer, journalist and writer. Archbishop Gerasim Samman. (Архиепископ Герасим Самман) Samman baronets, of Routh in the East Riding in the County of York, the headline in "the Book of baronets" the Uni ...

Samo (disambiguation)

Of course Slavic king. Very may also refer to: The Radike samo was born in 1976, Fijian-Australian Rugby player. The seed itself frumentacea Echinochloa battery. The name itself, a list of people. The album itself Kraljic Nina, 2016. The album it ...

Samonte

Samonte can relate to Nikki Samonte was born 2000, Filipina actress, singer and model. Nadine Samonte born in 1988, actress and Filipina models. Santo Antonio do Monte, municipality in Brazil.

Sampaio (disambiguation)

Rui Sampaio 1987-football player. Nelson Sampaio 1992, football player. Sara Sampaio 1991 model. António de Sampaio da Novoa, a psychologist and Professor. Elena Sampaio 1973-runner. (Елена Сампайо 1973-бегун) Jorge Sampaio 1939-lawyer, politicia ...

Sampurna

Sampurna Nagar, a town in the district kheri, Uttar Pradesh, India. Sampurna raga, a raga in Indian classical music that has all seven swaras in their scale. Sampurna Vikas Dal, a political party in the Indian state of Bihar.

San Juan

San Juan de Manapiare. San Juan de Los Cayos. San Juan de payara.

San Martino

Sao Martinho CIES Islands, off the West coast of Spain. São Martinho, an island off the Northern coast of Spain.

Sanad

Sanad and Isnād may refer to: Isnād, the citations or "substrate" is used to verify the legitimacy of hadith. Ali Sanad in 1986, Qatari footballer. Sanad, Tunisia. (Санад, Тунис) Mohammed Sanad, the Egyptian antenna scientist. Coka Sanad, a villa ...

Sandal (disambiguation)

Sandals Cay, part of the sandals Royal Caribbean all-inclusive resort. Sandal, the Tarsus is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin province, Turkey. Sarab-e sandal, a village in the hones rural district, in the Central district of Selseleh Count ...

Sandbank (disambiguation)

A shoal is a relief consisting of a sand bar in water, which creates shallow water, which may present a danger to vessels. Sandbank is also the name of various specific places: Sandbank, Argyll and Bute, village in Scotland. Park, Ontario sandban ...

Sandel

Sandel may refer to: The mount Sandel Mesolithic, the site, the Mesolithic and the ancient Fort in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Sandel, A Novel By Angus John Mackintosh Stewart. Aïn Sandel, a city in Algeria.

Sanderling (disambiguation)

Thomas Sanderling was born in 1942, German conductor, son of Kurt Sanderling. Kurt Sanderling 1912-2011, German conductor. Stefan Sanderling was born in 1964, the German conductor, the son of Kurt Sanderling. Michael Sanderling was born in 1967, ...

Sandesh

Sandesh may refer to: Indian newspaper Sandesh Gujarati newspaper. Sandesh confectionery, Bengali sweet prepared in India and Bangladesh. The Varun Sandesh was born in 1989 Indian Telugu film actor. Sandesh constituency of the Vidhan Sabha, Bihar ...

Sandford

Sir Sandford Fleming 1827-1915, Scottish-canadian engineer and inventor of standard time.

Sandhar

Sandhar may refer to: Sandhar, Punjab, a village in district Hoshiarpur, Punjab, India. The Sandhar Jagir, a village in Punjab, India. Sukhbir Sandhar, producer of the Saka - the martyrs of Nankana Sahib. Sandhar, Orissa, a village in Anugul dist ...

Sandhurst

Sandhurst may refer to: Royal military Academy Sandhurst, near the town of Sandhurst in Berkshire, England or its predecessor, the Royal military College, Sandhurst until 1947.

Sandiford

Benedict Sandiford, a British actor. Keith A. P. Sandiford was born in 1936, Barbadian writer living in Canada. Lindsay Sandiford, British woman convicted in 2013 for drug smuggling in Indonesia. Kate A. Sandiford was born in 1947 and Barbadian w ...

Sandilands

Kyle Sandilands, Australian radio host. Neil Sandilands, South African actor. Clan Sandilands, lowland Scotland related. Sandilands was the name of lords Abercrombie. Aaron Sandilands, Australian rules footballer. Sandilands-the name of the lords ...

Sandman (disambiguation)

Mariano Rivera was born in 1969, Panamanian-American baseball player. Wrestler the Sandman, Jim Fullington, professional wrestler. Or Howard Sandman Sims, the vaudeville tap dancers. Charles W. Sandman, Jr., Republican Congressman new jerseys 2nd ...

Sandoz (disambiguation)

Sandoz is the company that merged with Ciba-Geigy to form Novartis. The name was later reused as the name of the Novartis generic subsidiary drug. Sandoz may also refer to:

Sandra

Margareta 1629-1674 Sandra, of Dutch soldiers. Sandra the orangutan, who won the right to be identified as "non-human". The Name Sandra. (Имя Сандра) Sandra singer was born in 1962, German pop singer.

Sandved

The city of Denmark, village in the municipality of Roskilde in region Zealand, Denmark. The city of Norway, district of in the city of Sandnes in Rogaland, Norway. Mount range Queen Elizabeth in Antarctica.

Sang

Sang, Uttarakhand, settlement in Uttarkashi district, state of Uttarakhand, India. Sang, Kerman, village in Kerman province, Iran. Sang, South Khorasan, a village in the province of South Khorasan, Iran. Sang, Seka, settlement in Seka district, i ...

Sangi

Sangi may refer to: Sangi Japan, the Japanese Imperial Council. Sangi Railway, a Japanese railway company. Vladimir Sangi born in 1935, author of the Nivkh, publisher and activist language. Spelling variant Sangir. (Орфография вариант Сангир) Soh ...

Sangir

Sangir, Sangihe, or Sanghir Sangi may refer to: Sangihe island Sangihe besar, the largest of the Islands Sangir. Sangirese language, which is spoken on the Islands of Sangir. Sangir, Central Asia, in the Kimek khanate. Sangirese people, native pe ...

Sankar

Beni Sankar born in 1948, cricket Guyana. 1909-1972 R. Sankar, former chief Minister of Kerala, India. Sankar Das Sarma was born in 1953, India-born American theoretical physicist of the condensed substance. Sankar Ganesh was born in 1943, Indian ...

Sankara

Sankara can refer to: Thomas Sankara, 1949-1987, Marxist revolutionary leader of Burkina Faso from 1983-1987. Sankara, Burkina Faso, a village in Burkina Faso. Sankara movie 2006, Movie 2006. Mariam Sankara, the first lady of Burkina Faso, the wi ...

Sankey

Sankey, also spelled Sanchi, Zanchi may refer to: People: Bishop Sankey 1992 b, American football running back. Ben Sankey b 1976, American football, quarterback. Jerome sledge, an English soldier of the Civil war and politics. Derek Sankey b 194 ...

Sankofa (disambiguation)

Sankofa, the Adinkra concept of "roots", is symbolized by a bird with head turned back Sankofa may also refer to: "Sankofa", a song from the album blue light till dawn Cassandra Wilson. TV Sankofa branch of the Fund of the African communications, ...

Sanli

Sanli, Guigang, in Qintang district, Guigang, Guangxi. Sanli County Lantian, in the County of Lantian, Shaanxi. Sanli County Nanlin, in the County of Nanlin, Anhui. Sanli Shanglin County, Shanglin County, Guangxi. Sanli, Wuhan, in huangpi distric ...

Sans

Or sans may refer to: The sans-culottes, "not knee-breeches" or Sansculottism, a term created 1790-1792 by the French aristocracy to describe the poorer members of the third estate. Sansa will survive, the character originally from a video game t ...

Sansa

Sansa and mbira or "toy piano". Sansa, pyrénées-Orientales, a Commune in France. Sansa Apple, dessert Apple, cross the Japanese Akane and the New Zealand Gala varieties. Sansa, Turkey, a village in the district of Uzumlu in Turkey. The South Afri ...

Sansac

Sancak may refer to: Places Chateau of Sansac in Beaulieu-sur-Sonnette, a commune in the Charente Department in South-Western France. Sansac de Marmiesse, a commune in the Cantal region, in South-Central France. Sancak-Veinazes, a commune in the ...

Sanson

Henri-Clement 1799-1889 of Sanson, the Royal executioner of Paris from 1840 to 1847. Yvonne Sanson 1926-2003, Italian actress. Jean-Baptiste Sanson de Pongerville 1782-1870, French poet, member of the French Academy. Audley Sanson was born in 197 ...

Sansovino

Sansovino may be Andrea Sansovino S. 1467-1529, artist. Jacopo Sansovino 1486-1570, sculptor and architect. 1521-1586 Francesco Sansovino, scholar, son of Jacopo. Cm. also: HMS Sansovino F162, and LSI l during 1945. Sansovino horse, winner of the ...

Sant

Sant is a Sanskrit origin word which describes someone who has achieved a "divine truth", or "realized soul". In General terms it refers to a wise and knowledgeable person who understands the dharans or religion. It can also refer to the following:

Santa Croce

Santa Croce is Italian for Holy cross, and may refer to: Santa Croce in Fossabanda, Pisa, built 1325-19 century. Pontifical University of the Holy cross Italian: Pontifical University della Santa Croce in Rome, Italy. Santa Croce, in Florence, bu ...

Santala

Santana may refer to Train station Santal in Hanko, Finland. Jukka Santala born in 1985, is a Finnish football striker. Tommy Santala was born in 1979, Finnish hockey player.

Santamaria

Santamaria-surname from the Latin arch in Europe and may refer to: Matt Vasgersian says Santamaria, when Major League baseball player hits a home run in a clutch situation, how to go, home run, Grand slam, take a hit, etc

Santander

Santander, Spain, the original place to receive this name, a port city and the capital of the Autonomous community of Cantabria, Spain. The Santander Department of Colombia. Santander, Cebu, a municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. Sa ...

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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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