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Perra

Perry may refer to: Athanasius creature 1983, the Greek triple jump. Clara Perra 1954-2015, Italian percussionist, pianist and composer. Spanish for bitch female dog, Spanish profanity. La perra, a 1967 Argentine film.

Perret

Perry may refer to: Pierre Perret was born in 1934, French singer. Jacques Perret, a 16th-century French architect and mathematician. Michel Perret, French medieval linguistics Professor and novelist. Auguste Perret 1874-1954, French architect. T ...

Perron

Gilles Perron was born in 1940, canadian politician. Pierre Cuillier-Perron 1753-1834, French military adventurer in India. Marshall Perron was born in 1942, former chief Minister of the Northern territory of Australia. Oskar Perron 1880-1975, Ge ...

Perrot

Perrault may refer to: People Xavier Perrot 1932-2008, Swiss racing driver. James 1571-1636 Perrault, French writer and member of Parliament. Marcel Perrault, French fencer. Jules Perrot 1810-1892, French dancer and choreographer. Kim Perrault 19 ...

Pershing

John Pershing 1860-1948, General us army. MGM-31 Pershing, U.S. ballistic missile system. System "Pershing" arms of the Second ballistic missiles USA. Pershing rifles, American College of military fraternal organization founded in 1894. Pershing ...

Persinger

Persinger, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Nicholas County, West Virginia, United States. Persinger Creek, a stream in the U.S. state of West Virginia. Persinger house is a historic house located in Covington, Allegheny County, Virg ...

Perviy

First or First or First is a common adjective added to various Russian names. It is also a surname. It can refer to First channel "Eurasia", Kazakhstan TV channel. The first channel, the First TV channel in the Russian Federation. The first Leagu ...

Pesca (disambiguation)

Sand is a town and municipality in Colombia. Sand can also refer to: Footballer of sand Jorge gonzález moral, 1992, Spanish footballer. Sand, city in Montenegro. Mike sand was born in 1971, American radio journalist. La sand, city in Mexico.

Peschel

Peschel may refer to: Grass Pasela 1913-1986, canadian football player. The 1826-1875 Oscar peschel, the German geographer and anthropologist-lover. Uwe Peschel was born in 1968 a German professional road Bicycle racer and experience the trials. ...

Pessoa

Andy Pessoa, born in 1995, American actor. Raphael Luz Pessoa was born 1989, Brazilian footballer. Regina Pessoa was born in 1969, a Portuguese animator. Of epitacio 1865-1942 Pessoa, Brazilian politician and lawyer. Ricardo Jorge Rodrigues Pesso ...

Pestel

Pavel Pestel 1793-1826, a revolutionary leader in Russia, the uprising of 1825. Gottfried Pestel 1654-1732, German composer and organist. Eduard Pestel 1914-1988, German economist, politician and Professor of mechanics. François Pestel 1763-1828, ...

Peta

The Philippine educational theatre Association, theatre Association of the Philippines. The ejector hub with impulse thrust, like a jet engine. People for the ethical treatment of animals, the American society for the protection of animals. Pembe ...

Peterman

I. Petermann values. (Ценности И. Петерман) Harold Peterman, American politician. Melissa Peterman, American actress. Nathan Peterman, a player in American football. John Peterman, American businessman. Nikita Peterman, Ukrainian football player.

Petersham

In petersham common historic part of the citys historic district, Alexandria, United States. In petersham, Massachusetts, USA. Park state forest petersham state forest Park, Massachusetts, USA.

Petipa

1815-1898 Lucien Petipa, French ballet dancer, son of Jean-Antoine Petipa. 1818-1910 Marius Petipa, French dancer and choreographer. Lydia Petipa ru: Petipa, Lidia Petrovna died 1914 / 1915, Russian actress and the wife of Marius Petipa-2 ru: Pet ...

Peto

John F. Peto 1854-1907, American painter. Julian Peto, younger brother of Richard, Professor of epidemiology at the London school of hygiene and tropical medicine. Gladys Emma Peto 1890-1977, English painter, designer, Illustrator and writer of c ...

Petric

Petrich surname, South Slavic surname is found in Slovenia. Mihai Petric, the Moldovan artist. Petric, South-Slavic name found in Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia. Petrich surname found in the United States, Hungary, Poland, Australia. Faith Pet ...

Petrof (disambiguation)

PETROF is a family name. Famous people with this surname include: Ivan PETROF Explorer, American Explorer of Alaska. PETROF may also refer to: PETROF, the Czech piano manufacturer. PETROF Bay is a Bay in Southeast Alaska. USS PETROF Bay CVE-80, C ...

Petta

Nicholas Pettas, a Greek-Danish karateka. Xavier Di Petta, an Australian programmer. Julia Petta, the Italian housewife, known as the Italian bride. Gustavo Petta, Brazilian politician. Bobby Petta, Dutch-Indonesian football player. Francesco Mia ...

Pettibone

Jonathan Pettibone, American baseball player. Augustus Herman Pettibone, American politician. Milton C. Pettibone, mayor of the city of flint, Michigan 1897-1898. Jerry Pettibone, American football coach. Doug Pettibone, American musician. John O ...

Pettus

John Pettus, a 19th-century policy of the United States. Thomas Pettus, Sheriff of Norfolk, for whom the Pettus of baronet from Norfolk, England was created. Phillip Pettus, American politician. Edmund Pettus, Brigadier General Confederate army d ...

Peverel

Hatfield Peverel Priory, a former Benedictine monastery in Hatfield peverel. Train station Hatfield peverel railway station serves the village in Essex. Hatfield peverel, a large urban village and civil parish in the centre of Essex, England. Pev ...

Pew (disambiguation)

The Pew charitable trusts, an American non-profit organization based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Pew fellowships in the arts program, Pew Center for arts & heritage. The Pew research center, an American think tank in Washington, D.C. Pew Cente ...

Peyerimhoff

Peyerimhoff is a surname. It can refer to: Paul de Peyerimhoff de Fontenelle 1873-1957, French naturalist, botanist, entomologist, zoologist and. Henri de Peyerimhoff 1838-1877 entomologist, a French judge and entomologist. Henri de Peyerimhoff 1 ...

Pezieres

Pezieres, Epehy, a former hamlet and municipality, currently in the municipality of Epehy in the Somme Department, France. Forest Pezieres, hamlet of the municipality of Arnac in the Department of Aisne, France.

Pfalz

Pfalz may refer to: Of the Palatinate wine region, a wine region in Germany. Yeah The Palatinate. 1932-2019, American politician. Pfalz Flugzeugwerke, German world aircraft manufacturer. The SS Pfalz, three steamer operated by German shipping com ...

Pfannenstiel

Pfannenstiel may refer to: People: Jackalyne Pfannenstiel was born in 1947 in the United States assistant Secretary of the Navy installations and environment. Wilhelm Pfannenstiel 1890-1982, a German Professor of hygiene and SS standartenfuehrer, ...

Pfau

Ludwig Pfau 1821-1894, German poet, journalist, and revolutionary. Horst-rüdiger Schloske was born in 1946, German Sprinter born Horst-rüdiger Pfau. Sister Edith Pfau 1915-2001, American painter, sculptor and art teacher. Werner Pfau, a German as ...

Pharaoh (disambiguation)

The pharaohs, a fictional street gang in the 1973 film American graffiti.

Pharis

Pharis may refer to: Laura Pharis, American artist. Billy Pharis, American basketball player. Pharis Laconia, an ancient city in Greece. Pharis horse 1936-1957, French thoroughbred horse. Mark Pharis, American artist. Pharis, surname. (Pharis, фа ...

Philpot

ASTA Philpot was born in 1982, the main character of the documentary for one night only. Lawrence Philpot, American DJ. Elizabeth Philpot 1780-1857. (Элизабет Филпот 1780-1857) Morgan Philpot was born in 1971, the politician. Timofey Nikolayevich ...

Philpott

Albert Philpott 1873-1950, Australian cricketer. Ed Philpott was born 1945, American football linebacker. Dean Philpott was born 1935, American football player. Paddy Philpott 1936-2016, Irish Hurler. Lee Philpott was born 1970, English footballe ...

Phule

Phule may refer to: Jyotirao Phule, a social reformer from India. Savitribai Phule, wife of Jyotirao Phule and the social reformer in his own right. Character Phule, the character created by Robert asprin.

Pi (disambiguation)

PI or π is a mathematical constant equal to the circumference of a circle divided by its diameter. PI, π or Π may also refer to: Letter PI Greek letter.

Piano (disambiguation)

Placenames Piano Vetrale, a small Italian village in the province of Salerno, Campania. Piano Di Sorrento, an Italian municipality in the district of Naples, Campania. Piano, Upper Corsica, the commune of the Haute Corse Department on the island ...

Piave

Piave can refer to: Piave cheese. (Пьяве сыр) 10 motorised division Piave, an Italian division of world war II. Francesco Maria Piave 1810-1876, Italian librettist, journalist and theatrical impresario. The battle on the river Piave 1809, a may 1 ...

PIC

Piktor, the southern constellation. Picayune Amtrak code in the image, Mississippi, United States. Pic du MIDI de Bigorre. Penbay international circuit, or pic, motor road in Pingtung County, Taiwan. River rice, in Ontario, Canada.

Pica

Aechmea pica, a hybrid cultivar in the bromeliad family of plants. The genus pica, a genus of magpies. Pika, animal archaic spelling of the word "Cicero".

Picasso (disambiguation)

Ana Maria Picasso was born in 1984, the Peruvian journalist and broadcaster. Francisco Picasso was born in 1982, is a professional Uruguayan medley swimmer. Paloma Picasso born 1949, fashion designer and businesswoman, daughter of Pablo Picasso a ...

Picco

Leonel Picco, born in 1998, Argentine professional football player. Ed Picco was born in 1961, canadian Nunavut politician. Maria Angela Picco, 1867-1921, Italian Roman Catholic professed religious. Leonello Picco, 1876-1921, Italian entomologist ...

Piceno

North Picene language is.: Piceno and barbecue facilities, extinct language of ancient Italy. South Picene language.: Piceno Meridionale, extinct language of ancient Italy.

Piche

Piche with a surname that may refer to: Ron piche 1935 born, former major League baseball player who is from Quebec. Alphonse company 1917-1998, a poet from Saguenay, Quebec, Canada. Camille company 1865-1909, a lawyer and member of the Quebec Pa ...

Pichl

Pichl may refer to: User and internal - Pichl villages in the municipality of Gsies-South Tyrol. Pichl-Preunegg, a municipality in Liezen, Austria. Pichl-Kainisch, a village in the Salzkammergut, Liezen, Austria. Buy Pichl Wels, a municipality in ...

Pickel

Clemens Pickel born in 1962, Russian Catholic Bishop. Henry Pickel 1883-1964, German politician. Allan Pickel 1878-1955, canadian politician. Charles Pickel was born in 1997, Swiss footballer. Marc Aurel Pickel was born in 1971, German yacht race ...

Pickerel

Redfin pickerel. (Красноперки щучку) Chain pickerel. (Цепь щучку) Freshwater, genus of fish commonly known as jacks. American pickerel. (Американский щучку) The pickerel frog. (На щучку лягушка) Walleye, fish, not associated with freshwater, call ...

Picking

In computer graphics, the task of definition of screen-rendered object, as the user has clicked on. Lock picking, the art to open a lock without the original key. Continental knitting, a style of knitting also known as picking. Choosing skin, or ...

Pickle

Pickle may refer to: South Asian pickles, also known as Achar, any of several savory spices popular in South Asia. Cucumber, sweet, sour pickled chutney is popular in Britain, for example, Branston Pickle, also known as "sweet cucumber" or "Motel ...

Pickton

Pickton may refer to: Steve Pickton, the British electro-techno musician, producer and sound engineer. Robert Pickton born in 1949, canadian farmer and serial killer. Pickton, Texas is an unincorporated community in Hopkins County, Texas.

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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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