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Buttery

Arthur, 1908-1990 buttery, English footballer. Frank buttery 1851-1902, American baseball player. John buttery pp. 1829 (Джон маслянистый стр. 1829) - 1912, a British merchant operating in the Straits Settlements. Guy buttery 1983 South African m ...

Buwa

Mirashi Buwa 1883-1966, Indian classical singer. Vinayak Fish Buwa 1925-2011, Indian writer of humor. Omasan Buwa 1965, Nigerian lawyer and writer. Dilip Buwa 1966-1991, an Indian gangster.

Buxhoeveden

Buxhowden may refer to: Family Buxhoevden, a Baltic German family in Estonia and the Russian Empire. Baroness 1883-1956 Sophie Buxhoevden lady-in-waiting of the Tsarina Alexandra from Russia and memoirist. Friedrich Wilhelm von Buxhoevden or Buxh ...

Buzan (disambiguation)

Buzan, ariège, a town in France. Buzan, Astrakhan Oblast, Russia. Buzan, Iraq, a village in the province of Nineveh. Buzan, Iran, a village in Razavi Khorasan province.

Buzzard (disambiguation)

Dr. Buzzards original Savannah band, the new York Bank since the late 1970s. Leyton Buzzards known as Buzzards, the British rock band of the 1970-ies. Still a Buzzard, British hard-rock band from the early 1970s. In of honey Buzzards, an English ...

Byfield

The Byfield, Massachusetts, USA. The Byfield, QLD, Australia. The Byfield Historic District. The Byfield, Northamptonshire, England. National Park, Byfield, QLD, Australia.

Bykovsky

Or Bykovsky Bykovskaya or Bykowska, or Bykovskoye may refer to: Wola Bykowska, a village in Poland. The Bykovsky channel, the main branch of the river Lena. Name Bykovsky. (Быковский Имя) Bykovskiy district is a district of Volgograd oblast, Russ ...

Byler

Bylers is the name of Swiss-German origin and may refer to: Bylers Amish is a subgroup of the Amish, founded in 1849. Eric Byler was born in 1972, American film Director, screenwriter and political activist. Bylers road, the oldest public road in ...

Byng

John Bing 1704-1757, British Admiral, was sentenced to death by court martial and shot. John Bing values a few people with the same name, including. George Bing homonymy, one of several viscounts Torrington, especially. George Byng, 1st Viscount ...

Bynum

Mike the buy-in, is an American professional baseball player. Preston Bynum 1939-2018, American politician and lobbyist. Clarke Bynum, an American professional basketball player. Juanita Bynum was born in 1959, American author and televangelist. ...

Byzantine Syrmia

Byzantine Syrmia may refer to: Byzantine Syrmia 1167-1180, the third rule of the Byzantine Empire in the region of Syrmia. The theme of Sirmium, a second rule of the Byzantine Empire in the region of Syrmia, from gr. 1018 C. 1071. The Byzantine p ...

Caban

Kaban may refer to: The operation of the Boar, the military operation in 1979 in Central Africa. Taban, a multifunctional centre in Brynrefail, Gwynedd, Wales. The island of the wild boar, part of the municipality of Tingloy, Philippines. Caban, ...

Cabana

The house, in the gazebo or cabañas may refer to: Boar structure, or a small hut with a thatched roof, or recreational structure with at least one wall is open on the beach or at the pool club.

Cabane

Kaban may refer to: Cabane strut biplane with the top wing supported above the fuselage. Cabana Queen Margaret, mountain huts owned by the Italian Alpine club, on the Signalkuppe of Monte Rosa in the Alps. Boar du Trient mountain hut in the Swiss ...

Cabanes

Cabanes, castellón, a municipality in the province of castellón, Valencian community, Spain. Cabanes tarn, a Commune in France. Cabanes, Girona, also cabanas, a municipality in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. Cabanes, Aveyron, a Commune ...

Cabannes

Kaban may refer to: Boar crater, a lunar crater. Jean-Boar, French physicist. (Жан-Кабан, французский физик) - Boar, Bouches-du-rhône, in the Bouches-du-rhône Department.

Cabinda

Cabinda may refer to: F. C. Cabinda, Association football club. The Cabinda province, an exclave and province of Angola. The town of Cabinda, the administrative capital of Cabinda province. Airport Cabinda. (Аэропорт Кабинда) Sporting of Cabinda ...

Caboclo (disambiguation)

Caboclo means a person having copper-coloured skin in Brazilian Portuguese. Caboclo may also refer to Bruno Caboclo, who was born in 1995, Brazilian basketball player. Faroeste Caboclo, a song recorded in 1979 by Brazilian rock band Legião Urbana ...

Cabrero

Cabrero or Cabreros may refer to: Cabreros del río is a municipality located in the province of león, Castile and león, Spain. Cabreros del Monte, municipality in the province of Valladolid, Castile and león, Spain. Cabrero, Chile, a commune in t ...

Caceres

Caceres Spanish Congress electoral district covering the province. The Province Of Cáceres, Spain. Cáceres, Antioquia, municipality in Colombia. Cáceres, Mato Grosso, Brazil, is located in the state of Mato Grosso. Roman Catholic diocese of San L ...

Cache

Cache, Utah, Cache County, Utah. Cache, Oklahoma, a city in Comanche County. Cache, Idaho, an unincorporated community. Cache peak, Idaho, a mountain in castle rocks state Park. Cache La wind direction is determined by the movement of smoke, a ri ...

Cadbury (disambiguation)

Henry Cadbury 1883-1974, theologian. John Cadbury 1801-1889, family Patriarch, founder of Cadbury PLC. George Cadbury 1839-1922, younger brother, developed the firm and perfected the recipe for Milk. Peter Cadbury 1918-2006, an entrepreneur who m ...

Cadmus (disambiguation)

Cadmus, in Greek mythology, the son of the Phoenician king of tyre and brother of Europe. Cadmus of KOs, tyrant of Zancle, son of Scythes. Kadmos magazine, the German magazine specializing in pre-Hellenic and Greek epigraphy. Mount Cadmus, a moun ...

Cadre

Frames may refer to: Constructor destructor gets the alternative name for the resource acquisition is initialization programming idiom. Personnel policies, politically controlled admission to the institution in order to circumvent the state and o ...

Cadwalader

Cadwalader by itself most often refers to , Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft, the oldest continuously running Law firm in the United States, and named in part after John Lambert Cadwalader 1836-1914, American lawyer and politician. Cadwaladers ice cr ...

Cadwell

Cadwell may refer to: George Cadwell 1773-1826, American politician. Cadwell Park racing circuit in Lincolnshire, England. Cadwell, Hertfordshire, England. (Кэдвелл, Хартфордшир, Англия) Cadwell Linda Lee, widow of Bruce Lee. Albert Cadwell 1900- ...

Caetano

Marcelo Caetano, the Prime Minister of Portugal from 1968 to 1974. Caetano Prosperi Jalil, Brazilian football player played for AC Siena. Caetano Veloso, a Brazilian composer and singer. Israel adrián Caetano, an Argentinian film Director, produc ...

Cage (disambiguation)

Cage bearing component of the rolling-element bearing. Faraday cage, or Faraday shield, an enclosure used to block electromagnetic fields. Batting cage or tunnel enclosure for baseball or softball batting practice. Cell, separate cells into the c ...

Caille

Alena Kay was born in 1944, the French sociologist and economist. Huang Kai 1871-1951, commander of the Philippine. Andre Kay was born in 1943, canadian electricity company Executive. Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille 1713-1762, French astronomer. Floren ...

Caire

Cara may refer to: Bank du Caire or "Bank of Cairo", a full service Bank with its headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. Eric Kara was born in 1965, is a politician from Quebec, Canada. Louise Caire Clark born in 1949, American actress. Places La Motte-du ...

Caires

Caires may refer to: Frank De Caires 1909-1959, British cricketer Quintica. Jose Alfredo Caires de Nobrega 1951, the Bishop of the diocese of Mananjary, Madagascar. Caires, Portugal, a parish in Amares municipality.

Cairns (disambiguation)

Cairns, a former local government area. Electoral district Cairns in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland. Cairns, Queensland, Central suburbs. Cairns city in Queensland, Australia. The region of Cairns, the current local government area. Cairn ...

Cajal

Of Cajal: The Cajal–Retzius cells. (В пас–Retzius клеток) Fortun Garces of France, medieval Spanish nobleman. Pass 1919-2004 Nicolae, a Romanian Jewish physician, academic, politician, philanthropist. Institute of medicine, neurophysiology resear ...

Caka

Chuck can relate the names in Kosovo and Albania: Chuck Cakaj, Chuck, or Çakaj Chaka of Smyrna 11th century, Turkish naval commander. Masar Chuck 1946-2000, Albanian painter. Chuck, a village in the district of Levice, Slovakia. The language Chuc ...

Cal

John he was carrying was born in 1959, American basketball coach often called "coach cal" or "cal". David cal was born in 1982, Spanish sprint canoer. The name of the cal, the list of people with the given name or shortened form of another name, ...

Calandra

Calender may refer to: Beetle calender, a genus of weevils. Calender 8967, main asteroid belt. The Calandra lark, a bird. People Thom Steppe, founder, editor and chief columnist for CBS MarketWatch.com. Peter Kalandra, American composer and piani ...

Calcutt

Calcotts Green, Gloucestershire. (Calcotts Зеленый, Глостершир) Kolkat, one of three hamlets that includes Grandborough, Warwickshire. Calcott, Kent. (Калтофт, Кент) Calcott, Shropshire. (Калтофт, Шропшир) Kolkat, Wiltshire. (Располо, Уилтшир) Ko ...

Caldas

Caldas Boyaca, a town in Boyaca, Colombia. The Department Of Caldas, Colombia. Pocos-de-Caldas - a city in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. Caldas, Antioquia, a town in Antioquia, Colombia. Caldas, state of Minas Gerais, a city in the state o ...

Caligari

Caligari may refer to: "The mirror of Caligari", a song from the album dub housing American musical group Pere Ubu. Carnival Caligari, the installation is the ninth book in the series of unfortunate events. John Caligari born in 1960, Lieutenant ...

Callan

Callan Pinckney b. 1939 / 40, American fitness consultant. Callan McAuliffe b. 1995, Australian actor. Callan ward b. 1990, Australian rules footballer. Callan Beasy b. 1982, Australian rules footballer. Callan Mulvey b. 1975, Australian actor.

Callava

Callava is a Spanish surname. It can refer to: Andrés Echevarría Callava, 1919-1996 known as niño Rivera, a Cuban musician. 1819-1821, Jose Maria Callava, the last Governor of Spanish West Florida.

Calle

Nqs Calle 38 a sur Transmilenio. Nqs Calle 75 Transmilenio. Calle 85 Transmilenio. (Калле 85 Трансмиленио) Calle 40 Sur Transmilenio. Calle 45 Transmilenio. (Калле 45 Трансмиленио) Calle-Calle river, in southern Chile. SUBA Calle 95 Transmilenio. ...

Callebaut (disambiguation)

Marijke photo energize and make you smile, Belgian footballer. Jeff photo energize and make you smile, Belgian footballer. JELITA photo energize and make you smile, Indonesian actress, the daughter of Doris photo energize and make you smile. Anna ...

Callejon

José maría Callejón was born 1987, is a Spanish football forward. Juanmi Callejón was born 1987, is a Spanish football midfielder. Eduardo Propper de Callejón 1895-1972, Spanish diplomat who helped Jews to escape from occupied France during World ...

Callen

Cullen may refer to: Surname Michael Callen, a musician and activist on AIDS. Maude E. Callen rural nurses and midwives, who have won numerous awards. Callen sisters, jessa and Beth, the folk-rock Duo. Herbert Callen 1919 (Герберт Каллен 1919) - ...

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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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