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Goldston

Daniel Goldston was born in 1954, American mathematician, specializing in number theory. John Goldston FL. 1397, English politician. Will Goldston, 1878-1948, English magician. Robert J. Goldston, born in 1950, American physicist. Ralph Goldston ...

Goldway

Goldway may refer to: Ruth Y. Goldway, a member of the U.S. Postal regulatory Commission. Shenzhen Goldway industrial, a Chinese manufacturer of medical equipment.

Goldy

Goldy may refer to: 1945-2017 Goldy McJohn, canadian keyboard player. Craig Goldie was born in 1961, American guitarist for the band dio. Goldie, a character in the garden series Ryguyrockys. Goldy Gopher, University of Minnesota mascot. Nickname ...

Golescu

Golescu may be any of several members of the family from what is now Romania Stefan Golescu 1809-1874, politician. Dinik Golescu 1777-1830, writer. Zoe golescu 1792-1879, revolutionary. 1819-1881 Alexandru G. Golescu politician. 1810-1877 Nicolae ...

Golgi

Golgi may refer to: Golgis method or Golgi stain, a technique of staining nerve tissue. The Golgi to organelles in eukaryotic cell. Golgi, proprioceptive sensory receptor organ. Golgi II, and nerve cell with short or no axon. 1843-1926 Camillo Go ...

Gollapalle

Gollapalli, Krishna district a village in Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh. Gollapally, Karimnagar. (Gollapally, Каримнагар) Gollapally, rank Reddy district. Gollapalle, Duvvur Mandal, Kadapa District. Gollapalli, Krishnagiri district is a villag ...

Golonka

Golonka may refer to: Golonka, the Polish name of the dish of boiled ham known in German Eisbein. Arlene Golonka born 1936, American actress. Joseph Golonka was born in 1938, Slovak hockey player.

Golos

The voice may refer to: Jacobs Voice 1889-1943, Ukrainian-born Bolshevik revolution and the Soviet secret police, which operated in the USSR, the founder of the Voice of a spy ring with Gaik ovakimian as a leader in the United States. The voice o ...

Gombos

Zsolt gombos house 1968 Hungarian wrestler who competed in the 1992 summer Olympics. Stipe house gombos 1895-1975 Croatian Jewish architect. Ferenc gombos house 1944-2003 Hungarian dentist and politician. Sandor gombos house 1895-1968 Hungarian O ...

Gonda

Gonda tan, a village in Iran. The Gonda building at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Pakistan. Gondā, a village in Iran. Gondar, Ethiopia. (Гондар, Эфиопия)

Gondal

Gondal, India, City in India. Gondal the Vidhan Sabha district. Gondal, Pakistan, town in Pakistan. Gondal state, a princely state of the Bombay presidency in colonial India. Gondal bar, in Punjab, Pakistan. Gondal, Somalia, the ancient city in S ...

Gonen (disambiguation)

Gene, Isparta, a town and district of Isparta province, Turkey. Dam Gönen, Turkey. (Гонен Плотины, Турция) Gonen, of gerger, a village in the district of gerger, Adıyaman province, Turkey.

Gong (disambiguation)

Gunsan, Henan, former name of gongyi, a city in Henan province, China. Gong, Iran, city. (Гонг, Иран, город) 21523 Gong, the asteroid, discovered in 1998. Gunsan, Sichuan, County in Sichuan province, China. Wollongong, Gong, a seaside town locate ...

Gonin (disambiguation)

Gonin is a Japanese word meaning "five." It may also refer to: Gonin Saga 2015 Japanese drama film. Gonin Gumi, groups of five households in the Tokugawa period in Japanese history. Gonin medal, the international prize in the field of ophthalmolo ...

Goo

Goo Gumby character a character on the show Gumby. Guardians of order, defunct canadian producer of role-playing games. Great old, in the works of Lovecraft. Milton "goo" berry, a character on the television show my brother and me. Album goo, the ...

Goodenough

Florence Goodenough 1886-1959, American psychologist. James Graham Goodenough 1830-1875, Royal officer of the Navy. Ian Goodenough 1975, Australian politician. Larry Goodenough born in 1953, canadian ice hockey player. William 1867-1945, Goodenou ...

Goodenow

Bob Goodenow, the American Manager. Rufus K. Goodenow, 1790-1863 American politician. John M. Goodenow, 1782-1838 American politician. Robert Goodenow,1800-1874, American politician.

Goodes

Guds may refer to: Herbert Goodes died in 1986, Australian public servant. Melvin Goodes, canadian businessman. Reggie Goodes 1992, New Zealand Rugby player. Brett Goodes was born in 1984, Australian professional Australian rules football player. ...

Goodeve

Arthur Samuel Goodeve 1860-1920, canadian pharmacist and politician. Thyrza Nichols Goodeve, an American writer, artist and interviewer. Florence Everilda Goodeve 1861-1915, English composer and lyricist. Grant Goodeve born 1952, American actor a ...

Goodhue

Goodhue Frederic 1867-1940, Scottish Rugby player. Bertram Goodhue 1869-1924, American architect. 1921-2004 Mary B. Goodhue, a new York politician. Harry Goodhue 1905-1931 Wright stained glass artist. Senator Benjamin Goodhue 1748-1814, U.S. repr ...

Goodwill

Goodwill or good will may refer to: Goodwill games, a former international sports competition 1986-2000. Good industry, non-profit organization. USS goodwill, 1917, United States Navy patrol vessel in Commission from 1917 or 1918 until the end of ...

Gool

Gool may refer to: Gool Nasikwala, Indian female player in table tennis. Gool, Jammu and Kashmir, society Ramban district. The goal-oriented Lisp GOOL, the Lisp dialect developed by Andy Gavin. Zainunnisa Gool 1897-1963, the South African leader, ...

Gopalan

Gopalan may refer to: A. K. Gopalan 1904-1977, the Communist leader of India. M. J. Gopalan 1909-2003, Indian cricket and hockey. M. J. Gopalan a trophy, a cricket tournament between Ceylon and Madras. K. P. R. Gopalan died 1997, the Communist le ...

Gopu

The Zona may refer to: Archbishop Joseph mark Zona of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hyderabad. Chitralaya the Zona சித்ராலயா கோபு, Indian screenwriter and Director who works in Tamil cinema. Nickname S. Sreesanth, Indian cricketer. Typist the ...

Gorbatov

Gorbatov or may refer to: People Alexander Vasilyevich Gorbatov 1891-1973, Soviet General. Boris Gorbatov, Russian writer, whose work youth, fathers were the first who performed in Belgrade drama theatre. Konstantin Gorbatov 1876-1945, Russian pa ...

Goree (disambiguation)

Grief is an island in Senegal, Africa. Grief may also refer to: Gori, Texas, a city in Knox County in the U.S. state of Texas. Gori, in 2019 Sinhala movie. Goeree-overflakkee historically "burn", the Netherlands.

Gorges

Fort gorges, a Fort in Maine. Cognin-Les-Gorges, Isere, France. (Cognin-Ле-Горж, Изер, Франция) The three gorges, in the region China. Gorges, Somme, France. (Горж, Сомма, Франция) Gorges, Manche, France. (Ущелья, Манш, Франция) Gorges, The Loire ...

Gorham

Elizabeth Goreham, American politician. The Geoffrey de Gorham PL. 1119-46, Norman, the English Abbot and scholar. 1775-1845 Benjamin Gorham, American politician. George Congdon Gorham 1832-1909, American politician and newspaper editor. Gorham c ...

Gorky

Gorky may refer to: People Maxim Gorky 1868-1936, Russian writer and political activist, founder of socialist realism. Am Gorky 1904-1948 Armenian-American abstract expressionist artist. Inhabited localities Gorky, name of Nizhny Novgorod, Soviet ...

Gorlitz (disambiguation)

Görlitz is a city in Saxony, Germany. Görlitz also include: Andreas görlitz was born in 1982, German footballer. Michael Gorlitz-born 1987, German footballer. Gorlitz, Saskatchewan, hamlet in Canada.

Gorse (disambiguation)

Genista is a genus of about 20 species of evergreen shrubs in the subfamily Faboideae of the legume family peas. Gorse may also refer to: The gorse trilogy, a series of novels by Patrick Hamilton. Gorse, a commune in the Department of Lo at the S ...

Gosh

Gosh or gosh may refer to: Gosh! Log-1978-79 Los Angeles. Gosh, Armenia, a town in the Tavush province of Armenia. Hospital great Ormond Street childrens hospital in London, England. "Gosh", 2015 songs by Jamie xx of colors. Gosh, minced oath. (Г ...

Gosnell

Harold Gosnell Ft 1896-1997, American political scientist and author. Kermit Gosnell born 1941, American physician, gynecologist, and convicted murderer in Philadelphia. Jim Gosnell 1899-1969, Australian rules footballer. Burt Gosnell 1880-1972, ...

Gossner

Johannes gossner 1773-1858, the German priest and benefactors. Miriam gössner was born in 1990, German biathlete and skier. Ernst Gessner was born in 1967, the Austrian film Director, screenwriter and producer.

GOT

Raul got 1900-1955, French Rugby player. Francois Jules Edmond got 1822-1901, French actor, humorist, librettist and. Pascal is born in 1961, French politician.

Gotham

Gotham Comedy club, a venue for stand-up Comedy in new York. New York, to see the nicknames of new York. Gotham, Wisconsin. (Готэм, Висконсин)

Gotta

Necessary may refer to: Relaxed pronunciation is necessary or necessary, indicating obligation, compulsion. Panchayat in Hiramandalam Mandal, district Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, India. Another name of urad dal, a type of split lentil used in Ind ...

Gotzen

Gotzen, a community of Schotten in Hesse, Germany, may refer to: Lubbertus Gotzen 1894-1979, Dutch accountant and politician. Johann von Gotzen 1599-1645, Imperial Generalfeldmarschall during the Thirty years war. Gotzen-Dammerung twilight of the ...

Gou

Terry GOU was born in 1950, Taiwanese businessman. Xiao GOU was killed 887, Chancellor of the Chinese.

Goudstikker

Goudstikker is the name of a Dutch Jewish family. Noticeable Goudstikkers include: 1897-1940 Jacques Goudstikker, the art dealer. Sophia Goudstikker 1865-1924, photographer and founder.

Gouka

Kate can refer to: Eric Keith was born in 1970, Dutch cricketer. Kate, Benin, city, and County. 9708 Kate, the main asteroid belt, after the Dutch astronomer Adrian Kate.

Goulais

Goulais may refer to: Locations, all in Ontario, Canada: Goulais Bay 15A, a first Nations reserve in Algoma district. Goulais and district local services Board. Goulais River. (Реки Goulais) Goulais Bay. (Goulais Залива) Goulais Bay 15C, a former ...

Gour

Gur can refer to: The Gur, in the district of Maldah, West Bengal, India. Gouda, a medieval Indian city. Gur, Indian caste brahmin or lessor. Gur Govinda, final Raja Gur. Gur Hari Singh, an Indian lawyer, teacher and writer. Rimstone, the formati ...

Gouraud

Guro may refer to: General Henri Gouraud, 1867-1946, Im French world war. George Edward Gouraud 1842-1912, an American pioneer of the phonograph record. Computer scientist Henri Gouraud was born in 1944 from France, the nephew of General. Aimee G ...

Gourdon

In France Gourdon, ardèche, a commune in the ardèche. Gare de Gourdon train station in Gourdon, MIDI-pyrénées. District Gourdon in lot, France. Gourdon, saône-et-Loire, a commune in the Saone-et-Loire. Gourdon, Alpes-Maritimes, a commune in esson ...

Gournay

Gournay is the name or part of the name of six communes of France: Gournay, Indre in the Indre. Gournay-sur-aronde in the Department of Oise. Gournay-Loize in the Deux-sèvres Department. Gournay-sur-Marne in the Seine-Saint-Denis Department. Gour ...

Gowen

Franklin B. Gowen 1836-1889, President of the Philadelphia and reading railroad. John Whitmore Gowen 1893-1967, American biologist. Zach Gowan 1983 is an American professional wrestler. Bradford Gowen 1946– American pianist. Clone Gowan 1971 is a ...

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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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