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Freestone

Freestone or free stone may refer to: Freestone Drupe. (Костянка Фристоун) Freestone masonry. (Фристоун кладки) USS Freestone APA-167, a Haskell -class attack transport. Freestone peach. (Фристоун персиковый) Freestone stream. (Фристоун поток)

Freimann

Israel Freimann 1830-1884 Meir, Polish-German Rabbi. Schwabing-Freimann, city, district in the Schwabing district of Munich, Germany. Freimann Munich metro, underground train station in Munich, Germany. Studentenstadt Freimann, a student housing ...

Freitag

Bernd von Freytag-Loringhoven 1914-2007, Baltic German General. Gustav Freytag 1816-1895, German playwright. Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven 1874-1927, Dada artist. 1788-1861 Freytag Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, German philologist. Barbara Freitag was b ...

Fremont

In The United States: Fremont station, Bart. (Станция Фремонт, Барт) Fremont Central Park. (Центральный Парк Фремонта) Fremont, California - largest city with the name. Station Fremont. (Станция Фримонт) Fremont, Yolo County, California. Fremont, ...

Frend

A fine-resolution frend Epithermal neutrons detector, the instrument on the ExoMars trace gas Orbiter of. Front of robotics will allow in the near-term demonstration friend, and DARPA project, which will allow struggling old satellites.

Freret

James Freret 1838-1897, American architect. Nicolas Freret 1688-1749, French scientist. William Freret 1804-1864, twice mayor of New Orleans. William Alfred Freret 1833-1911, American architect.

Freston

Freston may refer to: An alternative name for Friston, the village near Saxmundham, Suffolk, England. Freston, Suffolk, a village South of Ipswich, England.

Freud (disambiguation)

Sigmund Freud the inventor of psychoanalysis, psychosexual stages, and personality theory of ego, superego, and ID. Freud may also refer to: Freud, a chimpanzee in the Kasakela community. Freud crater, a lunar crater.

Frewen

Accepted Frewen 1588-1664, a priest of the Anglican Church, Archbishop of York 1660 and 1664. Thomas Frewen 1630-1702 MP for rye 1679-89, 1694-98. John Frewen, Admiral sir John Byng Frewen BPG 1911-1975, commander in chief naval home command in t ...

Frewin

Richard Follows 1681?-1761, English physician and Professor of history. Following Anthony was born in 1947, writer and personal assistant to Stanley Kubrick. Tom Harrison following 1865-1938, English composer and impresario. Greg close was born i ...

Friedersdorf

Friedersdorf may refer to the following municipalities in Germany: Friedersdorf, Saxony-Anhalt, in district of Anhalt-Bitterfeld, Saxony-Anhalt. Friedersdorf, Saxony, in the area of Lobau-Zittau, Saxony. Friedersdorf, Thuringia, in the district I ...

Frieze (disambiguation)

The frieze is the wide Central part of the entablature. Frieze may also refer to: Frieze group, a mathematical concept. The Frieze art fair, London art fair. Frieze horse. (Фриз лошадь) Frieze textiles, tufted woolen cloth made from Frisian wool. ...

Frings

Frings may refer to: Frings was served in a cafe in the 1980-ies for a short time. Frings, a combination of fries and onion rings from harveys fast food restaurants.

Frisco

Frisco, Colorado, you dont need to leave your home. Historic Park, Frisco, see the Frisco school. Frisco, Alabama, unincorporated community. Frisco, TX, an unincorporated community. Frisco, Texas, city. (Фриско, штат Техас, город) Frisco, Missour ...

Fritzsche

Official Hans Fritzsche 1900-1953, senior Nazi. Carl Julius Fritsche 1808-1871, German chemist. Ronald Alan Fritsche year of birth: 1945, American ichthyologist. Walter Fritsche 1903-1956, German footballer. Fritzsche, Franz Volkmar 1806-1887, Ge ...

Frunza

Frunza may refer to: Frunza, Transnistria, a commune in the Slobozia district of Transnistria, Moldova. Frunza, a village in Logrești, County gorj, Romania. Frunza, Ocnita, a city in the Ocnita district, Moldova.

Frunze

Frunze may refer to: Places Frunze, Russia, several rural localities in Russia. Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan, Frunze was the official name of the city from 1926 to 1991. Frunze, Tajikistan, a town in Sughd, Tajikistan. Frunze, former name Hacır ...

Frutiger

Frutiger may refer to: Font Frutiger font developed by a Swiss font designer Adrian Frutiger. Adrian Frutiger, Swiss typeface designer. Frutiger company, a Swiss construction company.

Frydek

Frýdek may refer to: Frýdek, frýdek-místek, a town in Silesia, which entered in the Moravian town of Frydek-Mistek. Martin frýdek was born in 1969, Czech footballer. Frýdek-místek, a town in the Moravian-Silesian region of the Czech Republic. Mar ...

Fuda

Food can be: Hospital Guangzhou Cancer Food. Station Food, Keio, Chofu, Tokyo. Ofuda, a talisman issued by Shinto. People with the name food include: Ryoko fuda, Japanese female tennis player.

Fuente

Justin Fuente was born in 1976, College football coach in the United States. Luis La Fuente was born in 1947, the Peruvian football defender. José Manuel Fuente 1945-1996, Spanish road Bicycle racer.

Fug

Heat and humidity may refer to: Airport District-Fuyang, China. (Район-Аэропорт Фуян, Китай) Funkgerat stuffiness, Funkgerat Luftwaffe radio equipment of world war II. Gaucho United front Portuguese: front UNIKA Gaucha, a defunct political party ...

Fuga (disambiguation)

Fuga is an island in the municipality of Aparri, Cagayan, Philippines. Fugue may also refer to: Fugue, the leader of the Wind tribe and a close friend of the late king Hoshidan Sumeragi in fire emblem destiny. Fugue movie, 2006 the Argentine-Chil ...

Fugui

Train station Fugui 富貴 in Hengshan, a city in Hsinchu County Taiwan. 富貴 Fugui Cape, the northernmost point in Taiwan Shimen district, New Taipei city. Cape Fugui lighthouse in Shimen district, New Taipei city.

Fuka

Fuca, Fūka or during may refer to: Fukah, a village in Northern Egypt called Fukui in the context of the Second world war. During manga, Japanese manga series. Sidi Haneish airfield, called fuka airfield during the Second world war. Fūka name, a ...

Fuld

Fuld may refer to: Sam Fuld, American major League outfielder. Leo Fuld, a Dutch singer. Dick Fuld, the banker and Executive, the former CEO of Lehman brothers. The former English name of Fulda, a town in Hesse, Germany. William Fuld, an American ...

Fulda (disambiguation)

University Of Fulda. (Университета Фульды) Fulda monastery. (Фульдский монастырь) The Treaty of Fulda was signed in 1813. Fulda tires, the German division of Goodyear. Fulda University of applied Sciences. The river Fulda, a tributary of the Wese ...

Fullarton (disambiguation)

Fullarton Park football ground, home in the valley of Clyde F. C. Fullarton Township, Ontario, Canada. Fullarton, area of Tollcross in Glasgow, Scotland. Crosbie castle and the Fullarton estate. Fullarton, South Australia. (Фуллартон, Южная Австр ...

Funa

Funa may refer to: Funa mountain, the medieval name of the mountain Demerji in the municipality of Alushta, Crimea, to see the Valley of Ghosts in Crimea. Funa district, an administrative district of the city of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of t ...

Fundin

Christian Fundin, Illustrator of the web comic little gamers. Ove Fundin born in 1933 the Swedish Speedway rider. Eva fundina 1777-1800, Swedish actress and dancer. Wilhelmina fundina 1819-1911, Swedish Opera singer.

Funes

Louis de funès, French actor. Matias Funes, Honduran academic and politician. Rogelio Funes Mori, Argentine football player. Ramiro Funes Mori, Argentine football player. Mauricio Funes, President of El Salvador.

Funston

Edward H. Funston 1836-1911, U.S. representative from Kansas. G. Keith Funston 1910-1992, an American businessman and the President of the University. Ken Funston (1925-2005, South African cricketer. Farrell Funston was born 1936, American-canadi ...

Furie

Furie may refer to: The film Furie, in 2019 action martial arts. John Fourier was born in 1948, English footballer. Sidney George. Fourier was born in 1933, canadian Director. HMS Wilhelmina 1798, previously Dutch frigate Furie.

Furnace (disambiguation)

Reverberatory furnace. (Reverberatory печи) Puddling furnace. (Пудлинговые печи) Induction electric furnace. (Индукционная электропечь) Industrial furnace. (Промышленные печи) Open-hearth furnace. (Мартеновской печи) Later in the model number of ...

Furner

Jim Furner 1927-2007, Australian military intelligence, the Director-General of ASIS 1984-1992. David Furner was born in 1971, Australian Rugby player and coach, son of don Furner. Mary O. Furner, American historian. Mark Furner was born in 1958, ...

Furr (disambiguation)

Naiman 1949-2007 Ferret, American musician. David Ferret, American theatre and television actor. Ferret Victoria 1897-1976, English footballer. Joel b Ferret. 1967, American writer and trainer software. George Farr, 1885-1967, English footballer. ...

Furrow (disambiguation)

The furrow is a line cut in soil when ploughed in order to plant a crop. Furrow may also refer to: Furrow the film, a Spanish film 1951. Furrow, an Irish Roman Catholic theological periodical.

Furry

Furry may refer to: Wendell H. furry 1907-1984, American physicist. Furry fandom, a subculture interested in anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and characteristics. Covered with fur. (Покрытые мехом) Fluffy, Mississippi, U ...

Furth

Furth, or you may contact: Fuerth, Northern Bavaria, Germany. Furth, part of the land, lower Austria. The District Of Fürth, Bavaria, Germany. Furth, part of Maria Anzbach, lower Austria. Mountains Furth classification of British hills. Furth, Lo ...

Furze (disambiguation)

Gorse is a common name for Ulex, a genus of about 20 species of evergreen shrubs in the subfamily Faboideae of the legume family peas. Gorse may also refer to: Colin furze in 1979, a plumber, stuntman, filmmaker, inventor and two-time champion of ...

Fuser

The fuser may refer to: The fuser on Unix and Unix command which lists processes currently using given files, filesystems, or sockets. Fuser video game, video games. The fuser part of a laser printer that melts the Toner onto the media. The fuser ...

Fust (disambiguation)

Johann Fust was a German printer. The Fust may also refer to: Herbert Jenner-Fust 1841-1940 cricket, English cricket player. Milan Fust or Milan Fust 1888-1967, Hungarian writer, poet and playwright. Richard Fust FL. 1421 of Warnham and Chicheste ...

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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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