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Geyser (disambiguation)

Albert 1918-1985 Geyser, South African theologian. Albert C. Geyser, FL. 1905 American physician. Jackie Geiser was born in 1974, the South African player of field hockey. Riad Michael, German electronic musician.

Ghadir

Qadir Arabic: غدير means hollow or pond in Arabic, and this name is used for some natural reservoirs in the middle East, as well as: Cadiz, Spain, a port city in Andalusia, Spain. Qadir the village of Kukhi-LAL, village in the province of Hormozg ...

Ghauri

Ghauri or ghouri may refer to: The Ghauri tribe, a tribe of Pashtun from Ghoryakhel Confederation. Ghori Pathans, widespread community of people in Pakistan, they are often called Cindy Pathan, Mahajir or Khan. The Ghauri missile, medium-range ba ...

Ghiasi (disambiguation)

Ghiasi is a village in Iran. Ghiasi may also refer to Other villages in Iran Mazraeh-you Ghiasi. (Mazraeh-вы Ghiasi) Al Ghiasi. (Аль Ghiasi) Tolombeh-you Mohammad Ali Ghiasi, Kerman. Tolombeh-you Mohammad Ali Ghiasi, Fars. Other uses Teymur Ghias ...

Ghoshal

Sumantra Ghoshal 1948-2004, a scientist in the field of management. Ghoshal Malati 1902-1984, Indian Rabindra Sangeet singer. Anup Ghoshal born 1945, Indian singer. Panchanan Ghoshal 1907-1990, Bengali writer, criminologist and social worker. Cha ...

Ghuman

Ghuman may refer to: Ghuman, Bahawalpur, village in Pakistans Punjab province. Muhammad Ilyas Ghuman, Pakistani cleric. Kapur Singh Ghuman, Indian theatre writer and actor. Varinder Singh Ghuman, Indian bodybuilder and wrestler. Ghuman, Gurdaspur ...

Ghurki

Ghurki may refer to: Ghurki, Pakistan, a village on the outskirts of Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. SAMINA Khalid Ghurki was born 1956, a Pakistani politician of the Pakistan peoples party.

Giacobbi

Giacobbi is a surname and may refer to: 1567 Girolamo Giacobbi–Si.1629, Italian choirmaster, conductor and composer. Marius Giacobbi 1846-1919, a French lawyer who was a Deputy or a Senator in Corsica. Paul Giacobbi was born in 1957, French MP un ...

Giacomelli

Guido Giacomelli born in 1980, Italian ski mountaineer. 1930-2017 Giorgio Giacomelli, the Italian diplomat. Stefano Giacomelli born in 1990, Italian footballer. Bruno Giacomelli born in 1952, Italian racing driver. Raffaele Giacomelli 1878-1956, ...

Giardino

Giardino is the Italian garden. It can refer to: Giardino, Capalbio, a village in the province of Grosseto, Italy. Villa Giardino is a town in the province of córdoba, Argentina. Album Giardino, 2011 album by Finnish Krautrock band circle. Il Gia ...

Gibney

Jennifer Gibney was born in 1964, Irish actress. Hal Gibney, USA radio, and television announcer. Rebecca Gibney 1964– born in New Zealand, Australia, actress. Edmond Gibney 1974– Irish Olympic three day triathlete. Frank Gibney, USA, journalist, ...

Gideon (disambiguation)

Gideon play, paddy Chayefskys Broadway drama 1961. "Gideon," the song My morning jacket z album. Album Gideon, a 1980 album by Kenny Rogers. Gideon, Belle and Rumplestiltskins son. Gideon Charmed, the character of the TV series Charmed. "Gideon: ...

Gier

Gir can refer to: Greed Jelinek novel or gir, in 2000 the novel by Elfriede Jelinek. R. Geer, river in France. Aqueduct of the gier, an ancient Roman aqueduct.

Giggs

Margaret Giggs 1508-1570, otherwise Margaret Clement, adopted daughter of sir Thomas more. Ryan Giggs b. 1973, retired Welsh footballer. Giggs rapper b. 1983, English rapper.

Giglio

Giglio could refer to: Giglio Castello, Giglio Porto and Giglio campese: hamlets of the island. Giglio V. United States, United States Supreme court criminal procedure cases. Isola del Giglio, an Italian island and a municipality of Tuscany. Sant ...

Gignac

Gilles Gignac, An Australian Psychologist. Andre-Pierre Gignac, French football striker played for the "Tigres". Marie Gignac lives, canadian actress. Gignac Fernand 1934-2006, French-canadian singer and actor. Gignac the life of Clement, canadia ...

Gignoux

Edward Thaxter Gignoux 1916-1988 Federal judge of the United States. Pierre Gignoux b. 1967, French ski mountaineer. Regis Francois Gignoux 1816-1882 French artist active in the United States from 1840 to 1870. Claude-Joseph Gignoux 1890-1968, Fr ...

Gilcrease

Gilcrease cannot access: Thomas gilcreaset 1890-1962, American oil industrialist, collector and philanthropist. Museum gilcrease Museum, located Northwest of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. Not the Gilcrease Expressway, highway in the County of Tulsa, ...

Gilder

George Gilder was born in 1939, American writer and political activist. Gary Gilder was born in 1974, South African cricketer. Sean Gilder was born in 1964, English stage, film and screen actor. Trey Gilder was born 1985, American professional ba ...

Gilhooley

Maria Gilhooley AKA marry Waterson, active since 1977, English singer, composer and visual artist. James Gilhuly 1847-1916, Irish nationalist politician. Ray Gilhooley 1887-1973, American racing driver. David Gilhooly was born in 1943, American a ...

Gillam

Gillam may refer to: Surname: The Victor Gillam California. 1858-1920, American political cartoonist judge. Ray Gillam of the 20th century, Rugby Union player. Matty Gillam born in 1997, English footballer. Tony Gillam was born in 1961, writer an ...

Gillan

Gillan 1809 cricketer, English cricketer. Audrey Gillan, journalist. (Одри Гиллан, журналист) Jeff Gillan was born in 1957, American journalist. Jamie Gillan born in 1997, the American football player. James Angus Gillan 1885-1981, Scottish rower ...

Gillanders

Gillanders first name and surname. It is the Anglicised form of the Gaelic name meaning "servant John". The name can be represented in Scottish Gaelic as MacGill-andreis associated architects and NicGill-andreis associated architects, GillAndrais ...

Giller

The prize the Scotiabank-Giller, the annual canadian English language literary prize. 1831-1887 of agaton Giller, Polish Patriotic activist. Doris Giller, the canadian literary critic. Walter Giller was born in 1927, German actor. Edward B. Gille ...

Gillet (disambiguation)

Stephen Gillet was born in 1977, the Luxembourg football. 1876-1943 Louis Gillet, a French historian of literature and art. 1854-1920 Georges Gillet, the French oboist and composer, uncle Fernand. Gillet de Lomana 1747-1834, French mineralogist. ...

Gilley

Paul Gilly 1929-1957, American country musician. Jeremy Gilley was born in 1969, a British actor turned Director and founder of the nonprofit organization "peace Day". Mickey Gilley, born 1936, American country musician.

Gillham

Gillham may refer to: Gillham, Arkansas, town in the County of Sevier, Arkansas, United States. Gillham lake, a reservoir in Howard County and Polk County, Arkansas.

Gilli

Gilli may refer to: Jilly, Iran, a village in Zanjan province, Iran. The film Gilli, Indian movie. Jilly Logmadur eleventh century Faroese lawyer. Ghilli, Tamil language film. Jilly rapper, Danish rapper. Jilly Hebrides Earl, tenth-century count ...

Gilling (disambiguation)

Windows is a figure in Norse mythology. Windows or Gillings may also refer to: The place-name in Yorkshire, England The Windows of the West village. Gilling Castle. (Gilling В Замок) The Windows Of The Abbey. Windows of the East village. Windows ...

Gillooly

Gillooly author may refer to: Author Gillooly, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Lewis County. Laurence gillooly of the author, an Irish Catholic priest who served as Bishop of Alpine.

Gilstrap

Gilstrap is the surname. The name may refer to: Person Bob Gilstrap was born in 1974, is an American mixed martial arts fighter. Jim Gilstrap was born ~1948, American singer. Chena Gilstrap died 2002, American football coach College. Jim Gilstrap ...

Gimpel

The Gimpel may refer to: Geography Mountain Gimpel 2.173 m, mountain in the Allgäu Alps. Business The Gimpel company, a publisher based in Hannover, Germany. People with the surname 1881-1945 rené Gimpel, a French art dealer and collector. Jakob ...

Gini

Gini may refer to: The 1884-1965 Corrado Gini, Italian statistician, demographer, sociologist and developer of the Gini coefficient. The Gini coefficient and the Gini coefficient developed by Corrado Gini. Marc Gini was born in 1984, the Swiss sk ...

Ginn

Ginn or Ginn may refer to: Ginn and company, publisher of the UK, part of the Penguin group. Ginn Publishing Canada. (Гин Издание Канада) Ginn & Co solicitors Cambridge law firm, which was established in 1873 by Samuel Reuben Ginn. Ginn, a recurr ...

Girdwood

Girdwood depot passenger railroad station in Girdwood, South of anchorage, Alaska. Girdwood-anchorage community at the southern extent of the municipality of anchorage in Alaska. Girdwood airport in Girdwood, near anchorage, Alaska, USA. Train st ...

Giri

RAM Bahadur giri was born in 1960, the Nepalese boxer. V. V. giri, Varahagiri Venkata giri of 1894-1980, former President of India. Kedar Prasad giri 1944-2018, Nepalese judge. Sunan giri born 1420, the Wali Sanga of Indonesia Islamic Holy. Puran ...

Giron

Or Chiron is a Spanish and French surname and refer to the following people: Pedro Giron values, several people with this name. Marcos Giron, American tennis player. Jose Antonio Giron falangist politician. Gabriel Giron was born 1988, Mexican ba ...

Girouard

Joseph-Ena Girouard 1855-1937, Canandian notary, lawyer and political figure. Mark Girouard was born 1931, British architectural writer and historian. Lady Blanche Girouard, Irish writer. Antoine Girouard 1836-1904 politician, canadian politician ...

Gisela

Gisela of the Franks, abbess at Chelles Abbey 757-810, the daughter of Pepin the Short, sister of Charlemagne. Gisela, daughter of Charles 781-808. Gisela, daughter of Louis the Pious, born 821, consort of Eberhard of Friuli. Gisela of Hungary. 9 ...

Gisin

Gezina or GEZINA may refer to: Global Information Network On Invasive Species. Nicholas Gesina, born in 1952, Swiss physicist. Dominic Gezina, 1985, Swiss skier. Herman Gezina, Swiss zoologist. Michelle Gezina, 1993, Swiss skier. Mark Gesina born ...

Gita (disambiguation)

Cyclone Gita, 2018 southern Pacific cyclone. Gita press, a publisher of Hindu religious texts. Gita, the global innovation and technology Alliance, established by the Council for the development of technology in India. The name Gita and Gita is I ...

Giudice

Teresa Giudice was born in 1972, an American reality cast member, author and entrepreneur. Gian Francesco Giudice was born in 1961, Italian physicist. Geoffrey Giudice, a judge of the Federal court of Australia.

Giunti

Giunti, may refer to: Giunti Editore, the Italian publisher, founded 1956. Giunti, the printer, the Italian family of printers active from the 15th to the 17th century. Federico Giunti, born in 1971, football. Ignazio Giunti, 1941-1971, racing dr ...

Giura

Giura may refer to: Alexander Giora in 1957, the Romanian sprint canoer. Giura, a village in Bacleș, Romania. Luigi Giura, 1795-1865, Italian engineer and architect.

Givan

Paul Givan was born in 1981, Northern Irish politician. Harry Givan 1911-1999, American businessman. Richard M. Givan 1921-2009, American jurist. John Givan 1837-1895, Irish politician. Juandalynn Givan, American politician.

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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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