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Hatta

Hatta may refer to: Places Hatta, Madhya Pradesh, a village in Damoh district, Madhya Pradesh, India. Hatta station, Nagoya, Japan. Kukkar Hatta, a town in Pakistan. Hatta, United Arab Emirates, a mountain town in United Arab Emirates. Station IS ...

Hattar

Nahed Hattar 1960-2016 killed a Jordanian writer and political activist. Samer Hattar, a Jordanian biologist. The Hattar clan and Rajput clan found in provinces of Punjab and Sindh. Sakher Hattar was born in 1963, Jordan player AUD.

Hatter (disambiguation)

The Stetson hatters, Stetson University teams of athletics. Madison hatters, an American baseball team. Luton town F. C. and Shlyapnikov, the English football team. Stockport County F. C. and Shlyapnikov, the English football team. Danbury hatter ...

Hattie (disambiguation)

Hetty is a female name. Hattie may also refer to: Film Hetty TV movie 2011 about the life of Hattie Jacques. Hattie, West Virginia, an unincorporated community. Typhoon Hattie Oyang, the quiet hurricane season of 1990. Hattie, Missouri, a Ghost t ...

Hatting

Chatting may refer to: A milliner. (Модистка) Parish Affairs in the municipality of Helsingor, Denmark. Hatting, Denmark. (Хаттинг, Дания) Flat Hatting, aerobatic stunt involving extremely low flight. Hutting, Upper Austria in Sankt Marienkirchen ...

Haugan

Iceland Hauganes – Icelandic village. Norway Fru Haugans hotel is a historic hotel in Oslo, Norway. Haugan, Tolga is a village in Hedmark, Norway. Haugan, Roros – Norways national weather station in SOR-Trondelag, Norway. United States Haugan mou ...

Haugh

Kevin haugh, an Irish lawyer and judge who served as General Antalya from Ireland. John Ho, Irish Hurler. Gabriel Ho, American actress. Rachel Ho, English architect. Mark Ho, former lead guitarist of the American alternative rock band Carolines s ...

Haukas

Haukas may refer to: Michael Haukås, Norwegian footballer. Haukås Torfinn. (Haukåsбыл Торфинн) Haukås, surname. (Haukåsбыл, фамилия) Members of the movement science, and religious movement that arose in French colonial Africa.

Haus

George 1895-1945 house, German General. Jacques-Joseph 1796-1881 house, a Belgian lawyer and a Professor. Anton 1851-1917 house, the Austrian Grand Admiral, fleet commander of the Austro-Hungarian Navy in the First world war. Samuel house, born i ...

Hausdorff

Hausdorff may refer to: The Density Of Hausdorff. Distance Hausdorff, or is Hausdorff metric, which measures how far two compact nonempty subsets of a metric space are from each other. The Hausdorff dimension, a measure of the theoretical concept ...

Hauteroche

Hauteroche may refer to: Noel Lebreton de Hauteroche, 17th century French actor and playwright. Hauteroche, Cote-Dor, a Commune in France. Hauteroche, Jura, a Commune in France. Hauteroche castle in Belgium.

Havelock

Sir Anthony Havelock-Allan, 4th baronet 1904-2003, British film producer. 1903-1988 Eric A. Havelock, the British and later canadian and American scientist. Havelock-Allan baronets, holders of baronette. Lieutenant-General sir Henry Havelock-Alla ...

Havens

Richard P. havens, 1983, music album. Frank C. havens 1848-1918, American lawyer. Brad Havens was born in 1959, American baseball player. Reese havens was born 1986, American baseball player. James D. havens 1900-1960, American painter and engrav ...

Havers

Havers may refer to: 1889-1977 Cecil Havers, English lawyer and judge. Alice Havers 1850-1890, English artist and Illustrator. Gaversovyh channels, sometimes the Havers channels, microscopic tubes into bone. Barbara Havers, a fictional detective ...

Haw

Several species of Viburnum, including. Viburnum Rufidulum. (Rufidulum Калины) Many species of hawthorn. Viburnum Nudum. (Nudum Калины) Viburnum prunifolium. (Калина prunifolium) Ho flakes, Chinese sweets made from the fruit of the Chinese hawtho ...

Hawthorn

The common hawthorn, the species for which the above named. The hawthorn the hawthorn is a large genus of shrubs and trees of the family Rosaceae. Hawthorn maple, Acer crataegifolium, a tree has been variously classified in families Sapindaceae o ...

Hax

Hatbox field, the airfield closed in Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA. HAX accelerator, and accelerator in Shenzhen, China. The Haida language, spoken in Canada and the United States. Khaki homonymy. (Омонимия хаки)

Haya

Plant Haya, a genus of plants of the family Caryophyllaceae. Haya dinosaurs, a genus of basal ornithopod dinosaur that lived in the late Cretaceous from Mongolia. Fagus Mexicana, or Haya, the view from beech. Spanish Aya de Herguijuela: Beech Her ...

Hayfield

Hay, AB, Canada. (Сено, Альберта, Канада) United Kingdom Hayfield Road, Oxford, England. Hayfield, Derbyshire, a village and civil parish in Derbyshire, England. Hayfield, Fife, place in Scotland. United States Hayfield Township, Dodge County, Mn ...

Hayton

Հեթում, given Armenian name King Hethum II, king of Armenia 1266-1307. Hayton ruins gr. 1235 – C. 1310, Armenian monk and writer. King Hethum I, king of Armenia d. 1271.

Haze (disambiguation)

Haze may refer to: Haze machine, device used in the entertainment industry for modeling atmospheric conditions. Bullying to use the voice, body hand movements to scare off a wild animal. Haze, atmospheric conditions. (Дымка, атмосферные условия) ...

Hazelhurst

in Australia Centre, Hazelhurst regional art Gallery in Gymea, New South Wales, Australia. in the United States Hazelhurst, Il. (Hazelhurst, Ил) Hazelhurst, Wisconsin, a town. Hazel Hurst, Pennsylvania, a village in the County of McKean. The comm ...

Hazelrigg

Hazelrigg House, Northampton. House. Hazelrigg, Indiana, USA. (Hazelrigg, Индиана, США) Hazelrigg, Lancashire, England. (Hazelrigg, Ланкашир, Англия) Hazlerigg, a village in Tyne and wear. Hazelrigg, Cumbria, England. (Hazelrigg, Камбрия, Англия)

Hazeltine

Avenir next 1793-1879, American politician. Martin Mason the following 1827-1903, American photographer. Ira Sherwin following 1821-1899, American politician. Matt next 1933-1987, the player in American football. Louis Alan following 1886-1964, A ...

Hazlehurst

Thomas 1779-1842 Hazlehurst businessman, the businessman. Thomas chapel 1816-1876 Hazelhurst Builder, son of the above, noted as a Church Builder. Thomas Hazlehurst artist C. 1740–C.1821, English miniature painter. 1928-2007 Ronnie Hazlehurst, mu ...

Hazzard (disambiguation)

Margaret Hazzard died in 1987, the Australian author native to Norfolk Island. 1867-1938 Linda Hazzard, an American doctor. Tony Hazzard was born in 1943, is an English singer and songwriter. Brad Hazzard year of birth: 1951, Australian politicia ...

Heap

A lot of mathematics, a generalization of the group. Heapsort as a comparison-based sorting algorithm. The Sorites paradox, also known as the paradox of the heap. Programming the heap or free store, the area of memory dynamic memory allocation. A ...

Heaton

Persons with the surname Heaton: John Heaton-Armstrong 1888-1967, the British government administrator. Niykee Heaton born in 1994, American singer. Patricia Heaton was born in 1958, American actress, everybody loves Raymond. Michelle Heaton was ...

Heber

"Heber" in Hebrew spelling עבר, once found in the gospel of Luke in the New Testament, referring to Eber of the old Testament. Abir Islamic prophet hood, also called Heber. According to some British traditions, the name of a people descending fro ...

Heckscher

Heckscher is the surname. Famous people with the surname include: Charles Heckscher, American scientist and management theorist. August Heckscher 1848-1941, German American philanthropist. Gustave Maurice Heckscher 1884-1967, American pioneer Avi ...

Heed

To listen may refer to: People: To listen Jonas was born in 1967, Swedish former professional ice hockey player. Tim heed was born 1991, Swedish professional ice hockey player. Kash heed, a former member of the Legislative Assembly of British Col ...

Heer

Kamal Heer was born in 1973, Punjabi singer and musician. 1809-1883 Oswald Heer, Swiss botanist and naturalist with the standard Botanical author abbreviation Heer. "Sangtar Heer", 1973 year of birth, Punjabi songwriter and musician. Manmohan War ...

Heffer

Heffer may refer to: Simon Heffer was born 18 July 1960, British journalist, author and political commentator. Heffer wolf, a character from the Nicktoon Rockos modern life.

Hegel (disambiguation)

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel 1770-1831, German philosopher. Rob Hegel was born in 1948, is an American singer-songwriter. Idora Hegel was born in 1983, skater. Robert E. Hegel was born in 1943, American sinologist. Karl von Hegel 1813-1901, Germ ...

Heidenhain (disambiguation)

Heidenhain may refer to: Anna heidenhain, a German painter. Heidenhain, Martin, German anatomist, inventor of Heidenhains azan coverage tri-color spot. Heidenhain, Rudolf, German physiologist and father heidenhain Martin. Heidenhain, a German man ...

Heidenheim

Heidenheim may refer to: Heidenheim district, a district Kreis in the East of Baden-württemberg. Heidenheim, a town in Baden-württemberg in southern Germany. 1. FC Heidenheim 1846, a German football club from the city of Heidenheim an der Brenz. ...

Heidrick

Company Heidrick may refer to: Emmet Heidrick company 1876-1916 American baseball outfielder. Company Heidrick, Kentucky, an unincorporated community located in Knox County.

Heifer

Chick may refer to: Pussy in La vaquilla, 1985 Spanish Comedy. "Heifer international", a charity organization. Red Heifer, in Christianity or Judaism, was a heifer that was sacrificed and whose ashes were used for ritual cleansing. Frank Chicks 1 ...

Height (disambiguation)

Theory the height of the ring, a measurement in commutative algebra. The height of an Abelian group, the invariant, which reflects the properties of separability element. The height of the tree, the length of the longest root-to-leaf path in a tr ...

Heise

William Hayes, American film Director, kiss 1896. Bob Hayes was born in 1947 in the American Major League baseball player. David R. Hayes was born in 1937, American sociologist. Jeff Hayes, American actor. Peter Arnold Heise 1830-1879, Danish com ...

Heiss

Hayes may refer to: Marian price Hayes was born 1938 Senator, Nebraska. The Hayes island, an island in the archipelago of Franz Joseph, Russia. People with the surname Heiss: Anita Hayes was born in 1968 in a contemporary indigenous Australian au ...

Heist

Robbery is a large, high-end theft from institutions such as a Bank or a Museum, or any theft, which has a big catch the loot. The Heist, may also refer to:

HEK

Van t HEK is a Dutch name. František Vladislav HEK 1769-1847, Czech writer. Heck Wakefield 1899-1962, a player in American football. Hugh Keogh 1864-1912, American sports journalist.

Helan

In helan, 河栏镇 Liaoning city in Liaoyang County, Liaoning. The 贺兰县 helan County, Yinchuan, Ningxia. Helan mountain 贺兰山, in North-West China.

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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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