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Crider

Michael Crider, a Republican member of the Senate of Indiana. CORI Crider, a lawyer and activist. Norman Crider 1938-2009, twisted rod champion and the owner of the shop. Bill Crider 1941-2018, American writer. Michele Crider was born in 1959, op ...

Crippen

Robert Crippen was born in 1937, American astronaut. Dr. Crippen, Hawley Harvey Crippen 1862-1910, American doctor hanged in England for murdering his wife. Fran Crippen 1984-2010, an American open water swimmer. Dan Crippen born 1952, American b ...

Cristal

Kristal may refer to: Crystal, and the prize at Annecy international animated film festival. Cristal global, chemical company. The Clube atlético Cristal, a Brazilian football club. Crystal iliac crest in the supracristal plane. MS Cristal, a cru ...

Criswell

Criswell may refer to: People: Kim Criswell was born in 1957, American singer and actress. Ralph Luther Criswell 1861-1947, American politician. Robert W. Criswell 1850-1905, American humorist and journalist. Millie Criswell was born in 1948, Ame ...

Crocker

Crocker, Washington, a census designated place. Crocker, Missouri, the city. The Crocker art Museum in Sacramento, California. Crocker highlands, Oakland, California, near the. Crocker Elementary School Highland. Crocker, Indiana, unincorporated ...

Crockford

Douglas Crockford was born in 1955, an American entrepreneur and developer of the JavaScript language. Alex Crockford, Harry Potter cast member. Beryl Crockford 1950-2016, British rower. Crockford Harold 1893-1983, English footballer. Eric Crockf ...

Croghan

The Town Of Croghan, New York. The Village Of Croghan, New York. Mount Croghan, South Carolina.

Croker (disambiguation)

Richard Crocker 1843-1922, American politician. Norma Crocker 1934-2019, Australian former Sprinter. Ted Crocker 1924-1992, English football administrator. Peter Crocker 1921-2011, English footballer. Jason Crocker was born in 1973, Australian Ru ...

Cromartie

James H. Cromartie was born 1944, American artist painter. George Cromarty 1941-1992, us folk guitarist and singer. Ann Yearsley nee Cromarty 1753-1806, English poet and writer. Arthur Cromarty 1919-2014, us lawyer. Cromartie Sutherland-Leveson-G ...

Crommelin

May Crommelin 1850-1930, British writer. John G. Crommelin 1902-1996 officer in the US Navy. Minard Fannie Crommelin 1881-1972, Australian conservationist. Andrew Claude de La Cherois Crommelin 1865-1939, British astronomer. Charles Crommelin 171 ...

Cron (disambiguation)

Chris cron was born in 1964, American baseball Manager. Claudia cron is an American actress and model. C. J. cron born in 1990, is an American professional baseball player.

Cropsey

Harmon G. Cropsey 1917-2009, American politician and farmer. Seth Cropsey was born in 1948, American politician. Z. Harman B. Cropsey. 1775-?, New York politician. Jasper Francis Cropsey 1823-1900, American landscape painter. James Church Cropsey ...

Crosio

Crosio may refer to: Crosio Della Valle, Lombardy, Italy. Luigi Crosio 1835-1915, Italian painter. The family Croce, founded in Dubrovnik, Republic of Ragusa. Janice Crosio was born in 1939, Australian politician.

Crosskey

Crosskey-English name and prominent people include: Thomas Rowland Crosskey 1905 – 1971, Scottish cricketer. Roger Ward Crosskey 1930 - 2017, Entomologist. Henry William Crosskey 1826 – 1893, Unitarian Minister and geologist.

Crosthwaite (disambiguation)

Crosthwaite, a village near Kendal, South Lakeland, Cumbria, England. Crosthwaite and Lyth, of the parish near Kendal, South lake district, Cumbria, England. Little Crosthwaite, a hamlet in the Allerdale, Cumbria, England. Crosthwaite, an ancient ...

Crotch (disambiguation)

Crotch may refer to: The corner formed by the rails on a Carom Billiards. William crotch 1775-1847, English composer, organist and artist. The perineum, in the area of the facility where it is separated into two or more limbs. George Robert crotc ...

Crow foot

John winter Crowfoot 1873–1959m British archaeologist. Crow foot 1873-1890, American Indian, Sioux. Buttercup 1830-1890, the first chief of the United Nations, the Blackfeet. Burt Buttercup was born in 1954, canadian journalist, photographer and ...

Crowe

Crowe may refer to: Crowe River, Canada. (Кроу Ривер, Канада) Baronets Crowe, a former Barnetta England. Last name Crowe, the origin of the name and list of people. Crowe global, accounting, consulting, and technology firm from the United States. ...

Crowhurst

Crowhurst may refer to: Crowhurst, East Sussex, England. Crowhurst railway station. (Железнодорожный вокзал Кроухерст) 1932-1969 Donald Crowhurst, English businessman and Amateur Sailor. Crowhurst group, rock music groups. The Crowhurst movie in ...

Croy

Cut may refer to: Places Croy Hill Roman Fort on the Antonine wall, Scotland. Croy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The line cut the railway line linking Glasgow and Croy, North Lanarkshire. Croy, Highland, Scotland. (Крой, Хайленд, Шотландия) Train ...

Cruls

Cruls may refer to: Cruls crater, a crater on Mars. Cruls Islands located in the Archipelago of Wilhelm. Refuge astronomer Cruls, a Brazilian summer to the Antarctic facility. 1848-1908 Luis Cruls, Belgian, Brazilian astronomer and surveyor.

Cruzado (disambiguation)

Words cruzados may refer to: The Portuguese cruzados, old Portuguese coin of gold or 15 silver or centuries 16th-19th centuries. Brazilian cruzados, the Brazilian currency from 1986 to 1989. Cruzados Novo Brazilian currency 1989-1990. Cruzados, t ...

Crystal (disambiguation)

Crystal is a form of a solid substance atoms, molecules, or ions are arranged in an orderly repeating pattern. The crystal or crystals may also refer to:

Csikos (disambiguation)

Csikos may refer to: Bela Csikos-Sessia, the Hungarian version of the name for the Croatian painter Bela Čikos Sesija. In the Csikos, Hungarian film Sandor Goth. Gabor Csikos, actor in the Hunchback. Csikos Post Hermann gallop netsuke. Csikos, Hu ...

Cuan

Chuan may refer to: The Named Cuan Sound, Scotland. The named cuan, Seil, a village on the island of Seil, Scotland. Angel Chuan in 1989, Panamanian baseball player. The 1929-2000 named cuan McCarthy, South African cricketer. Chuan Lothchain WA d ...

Cuban

Cuban may refer to: Something of, FROM, or related to Cuba, the Caribbean. Cubans, people from Cuba, of Cuban origin. Cuban exile, a person who left Cuba for political reasons, or a descendant of it. Cuban Spanish, the dialect of Cuba. Cuban citi ...

Cudahy

Cudahy is an Irish surname associated with the name "Cuddihy" and is native to County cork and County Tipperary. The Irish form of this name would be written as Cuidighthigh or Ni Chuidighthigh. Cudahy is the surname of several people: Patrick Cu ...

Cudworth

The family of Ralph Cudworth 1617-88, philosopher Ralph Cudworth 1617-88, Anglican priest, Christian gebraist who, classicist, theologian and philosopher. By Ralph Cudworth 1572 / 3-1624, an Anglican priest, a Royal chaplain and father, the theol ...

Cuerva (disambiguation)

Cuerva is a municipality in Spain. Cuerva may also refer to Cryphia cuerva, butterfly of family noctuidae. Gil Cuerva, Filipino-Spanish actor and model.

Cuervo

Alma Cuervo was born 1951, American actress. Gemma Cuervo born Spanish actress 1936. Caetano guillén Cuervo was born in 1969 Spanish actress and TV presenter. Dark Cuervo, aka Jaime Ignacio Ruiz Correa was born in 1974, Mexican wrestler. San Lore ...

Cuevas

Cuevas de San Clemente is a municipality in the province of Burgos, Castile and león, Spain. Cueva de Agreda, a municipality located in the province of Soria, Castile and león, Spain. Cuevas del Valle is a municipality in the province of ávila, C ...

Culin

Culin may refer to: Curtis G. Culin 1915-1963, American soldier and inventor. Culin, isère, a Commune in France. 1858-1929 Stewart Culin, American ethnographer and author.

Culling (disambiguation)

Culling is the process of removing animals from a group based on certain criteria. Culling or culling may also refer to: In the technique of rendering in computer graphics. Back surface, a method of determining whether a polygon of a graphical ob ...

Culverwell

Cyril Thomas Culverwell 1895-1963, British Conservative party politician. Charles Wyndham 1837-1919 actor, was born Charles Culverwell. Andrew Culverwell-born 1944, English, contemporary Christian music artist and composer. Nathaniel Culverwell 1 ...

Cummer

Kammer may refer to: Kammer, County Cavan, a civil parish in Ireland. Anna Kammer was born in 1977, canadian actress. Ninah Kammer, the namesake of the cummer Museum of Art and gardens in Florida, United States.

Cundall

Kandel may refer to: Joseph Kandel 1818-1895, a Victorian English writer under the pseudonym of "Stephen Percy". Cundall, North Yorkshire, village in England. James Kandel was born in 1959, British theatrical producer. Cundall Johnston and partne ...

Cuni

Kuni or kuni may refer to Pedro Cooney-Bravo Spanish painter. Teuta Cooney was born in 1973, Swedish boxer 16. Cupronickel, an alloy of copper and Nickel Cooney. Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic www.cuni.cz.

Cuniberti

Cuniberti name: 1854-1913 Vittorio Cuniberti, the Italian officer who represented the concept of the all big gun battleship, best example HMS dreadnought. 1921-2012 Angelo Cuniberti, the Italian Prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. Pirro Cuniber ...

Cupido

Cupido may refer to: Tympanuchus Cupido, the North American greater Prairie chicken. 763 Cupido, an asteroid. "Cupido" is a 1988 song El Gran combo de Puerto Rico album of romantic g sabroso on site. Damian Cupido was born in 1982, Australian rul ...

Curl

The programming language curl, object-oriented programming language designed for interactive web content. Curl application library for transferring data with URL. Antonov An-26 aircraft, NATO reporting name curl. Curl mathematics, a vector operat ...

Curle

Gerald curl, 1893-1977, English cricketer. Willie curl, Scottish footballer. Curle Richard 1883-1968, a Scottish author, traveller and bibliophile. Keith curle born in 1963, is a former English professional footballer. James curl 1862-1944 archae ...

Curson (disambiguation)

Curson is a Great King of Hell in demonology. Curson may also refer to: 1935-2012 Ted Curson, American jazz musician. Robert S. 1160-1219 Courçon, English Cardinal. David Curson, born 1948, U.S. politician. Curson baronets, of water Perry, Oxford ...

Curtain (disambiguation)

Curtains musical, a musical mystery Comedy first released in 2006. "Curtains" under the dome, episode.

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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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