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Prum (disambiguation)

The Abbey of Prum, a former Abbey near the town of Prum. R. Prum, a river in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Prum, a town in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Prum Verbandsgemeinde, the administrative area around Prum.

Prychynenko

Prychynenko can relate to Prychynenko Vladimir was born in 1960, the Ukrainian football coach and footballer, twin brother of Sergei, father Stanislav. Stanislav Prychynenko was born in 1991, Ukrainian international footballer who played for Tavr ...

PU

PU gave the Indian name, shared by several people. PU yen 1900-2008, Thai centenarian who lived to age 108. PU Ling-EN-born in 1936, the pseudonym of the British poet J. H. Prynne. Yingluck Shinawatra, born in 1967, named PU, Thai businessman and ...

Puar

Puar may refer to: Puar Rajputs, Rajput / Maratha Puar clan. Puar, a character in Dragon ball. Paramara dynasty, ancient Indian dynasty, which Puars, Pawars and Parmars claim descent. Pavard, Maratha rulers of the state of Dhar and Dewas State Ju ...

Puccini (disambiguation)

Giacomo Puccini is an Italian composer, mainly of operas. Puccini may also refer to: People 1772-1815 Domenico Puccini, Italian composer, grandfather of Giacomo Puccini. Jacopo 1712-1781 Puccini, Italian composer and great-great-grandfather, the ...

Pucker (disambiguation)

Pucker is a sour Apple liqueur. Pucker may also refer to: Peter goody, born in 1988, Austrian footballer. Pucker! Hairspray in the United States, the 1995 album by the British band selector. Album pucker, album, 2013, jazz drummer Scott Amendola ...

Pugachev (disambiguation)

Pugachev may refer to: Pugachev, a town in Saratov oblast, Russia. Pugachev movie 1937, the Soviet film. Sergei Pugachev was born in 1963, Russian politician. The film Pugachev 1978, a biopic film. Pugachev Cobra, named after the pilot. Air base ...

Puketapu

Puketapu is a māori language word meaning the sacred hill. This is the name of several places, and those Hapu of the tribe of ATI Awa and the number of people, including:

Pula (disambiguation)

Pula, Hungary, a village in Veszprem County. Pula, Sardinia, a comune in the province of Cagliari. Pula, Banmauk, a village in Burma. Pula, Tibet, a village in the Tibet Autonomous region of China.

Puller

Puller may refer to: Fish Spiny-tail puller, Acanthochromis polyacanthus. One-spot puller or brown puller, Atypichthys latus. Several species in the genus Chromis. Reticulated puller, Dascyllus reticulatus. White spot puller, Dascyllus trimaculat ...

Pullman

Pullman or coach, the luxurious railway cars buses. Company Pullman, the manufacturer of Pullman railroad cars. Pullman car Pullman motor company, manufacturer of passenger cars in York, Pennsylvania from 1905-1917. Pullman coaches, a bus company ...

Pulpit (disambiguation)

Department of Washington, the mountains in the United States. The peak of the barn, mountains in Canada. Preikestolen values. (Значения Прекестулен) Mountain Barn, Coronation Island, South Orkney Islands. Lake The Pulpit, Custer County, Idaho, Un ...

Pulver

Lara Pulver born in 1980, British actress. Liselotte Pulver aka Lil, was born in 1929, Swiss actress. Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. was born in 1955, American writer. Jens Pulver was born in 1974, is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter. 1 ...

Pumphrey

The Pumphrey may refer to: The Pumphrey, Texas, a small town in the district of Runnels in USA. The Pumphrey, Maryland, a small town in the County of Anne Arundel in the United States.

Puncheon

Puncheon may refer to: Puncheon cask, a vessel for wine and / or spirits. Puncheon rum, the type of Caribbean rum. Block Puncheon, unit of volume measurement. Puncheon or Plank road, the roads are built with a split log or heavy slab of timber wi ...

Punja

Punja or Poonja may refer to: Major Muslim Rajput clans Punica. Punica subha or Poonja, actress. Hari Punja born 1936, Indo-Fijian businessman and Chairman of Hari Punja Group of companies. The Punjas Rugby series between Fiji and Tonga is the sp ...

Punjabi

Punjabi or Punjabi, as a rule, refers to: Punjabi language. (Панджаби язык) Something of, FROM, or associated with the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. Punjabi people. (Панджаби людей) Punjabi may also refer to: Kurta, of clothing, known in s ...

Punkin

Pumpkin may refer to Pumpkin center homonymy, several localities in USA. Yakov Punkin 1921-1994, Ukrainian fighter. Pumpkin. (Тыква) PunkinHed, 2007 extended play by the American rapper Boondox. Pumpkin throwing modern family, the ninth episode o ...

Pura

Pura, Pakistan, ancient capital of Balochistan Gedrosia current. Pura, Kushtagi, a village in India. Pura, Switzerland, a municipality in Ticino, Switzerland. Pura, Tarlac, a municipality in the Philippines. Pura, India, a village in the Chikkama ...

Purcell (disambiguation)

Purcell, Missouri, a city in Jasper County, Missouri, USA. Purcell, Oklahoma, a city and County seat of the County of McClain, Oklahoma, USA. Purcell school, a specialist music school in Hertfordshire, England. Of the Purcell mountains, a compone ...

Purchase (disambiguation)

William purchase died in 1557, One of the Colchester martyrs. Buy Zach was born 1986, British rower. Buy Ken 1939–uu2016, British politician. Robert to by born in 1985, a Jewish engineer from Ruislip, North West London, known for his work on impr ...

Purdey

Purdey is a surname and may refer to: Purdey the New Avengers, the fictional character played by Joanna Lumley in the British series. 1953-2006 mark Purdey, a British farmer and anti-pesticide advocate. James Purdey and sons, the British gunmaker ...

Purdy

1931-2014 Purdy Crawford, a canadian lawyer and businessman.

Purkyne

Purkyne may refer to: Purkyně crater, a lunar crater on the opposite side of the Earth. Jan Evangelista purkyně 1787-1869, Czech anatomist and physiologist. 3701 purkyně, the main belt asteroid with an orbital period of 1709. Karel Purkyne 1834-1 ...

Purple (disambiguation)

Purple records, the label. Album purple Stone Temple pilots, 1994. Album purple Kudo Shizuka, 1995. Album purple Baroness, 2015. "Purple" song on the skin.

Purpura (disambiguation)

Purple in Latin, may refer to: Purpura, Anglo-Saxon textile term that can describe the shot silk. Purpura, red or purple spots on the skin that do not fade under pressure. Gastropod purpura, a genus of sea snails, which can be used for the produc ...

Pusey

Philip E. Pusey 1830-1880, English Aramaicist. 1872-1936 Frederick Taylor Pusey, a member of the house of representatives of Pennsylvania. Philip Pusey 1799-1855, English agronomist and member of Parliament. With Caleb Pusey. 1650-1727, friend an ...

Pushkin (disambiguation)

Biləsuvar, Azerbaijan, informed Pushkin. Pushkin, Saint Petersburg in the Pushkinsky district of Saint Petersburg, Russia. Airport Pushkin airport near St. Petersburg, Russia.

Puta

Puta may refer to: Puta deity, a minor Roman goddess of pruning. Puta, Azerbaijan, a settlement in Azerbaijan. Put foods Bhutanese buckwheat noodles. Puta is a Spanish word for prostitute. Mircea Puta, Romanian mathematician.

Putna

Putna can refer to the following places in Romania: Putna, a village in Bolotești Commune, Vrancea County. Worthwhile, the alternative name of the upper reaches of the river Borzontul Mare. Putna, Bistricioara, a tributary of the Bistricioara bas ...

Putney (disambiguation)

In the United Kingdom Putney bridge over the Thames. Putney UK Parliament constituency London. In the United States The Putney school, a private middle school located in Putney, VT. Putney, Connecticut, near Stratford, Connecticut. Putney, Vermon ...

Puttenham

Putnam may refer to: George Putnam 1529-1590, English literary critic. Putnam, Hertfordshire, England. (Патнэм, Хартфордшир, Англия) HMS Putnam in 1956 ham class minesweeper. Putnam, Surrey, England. (Патнэм, Суррей, Англия)

Putti (disambiguation)

Cherubs are chubby male babies in classical paintings. Cherubs may also refer to: Lya de Putti Hungarian actress of the film 1897-1931. Putti, Uganda, a village in the Pallisa district.

Puysegur

Puysegur or Puysegur may refer to: Places Puysegur Trench, an ocean trench off the coast of New Zealand. Puysegur, the Gers is a French commune in the Gers. Puysegur Point, South Island, New Zealand. People Louis Pierre de Chastenet de Puysegur 1 ...

Pyl (disambiguation)

Pyrrolysine, or dust, is a natural, genetically encoded amino acids. Dust or dust may also refer to: The Patriotic youth League, an Australian neo-Nazi youth organization. Jean Vander dust 1919-1999, actress USA. Dust stream, tributary of the Bev ...

Pym

PIM or PIM may refer to: Annual meeting Philadelphia, organizational body for meetings of the Quakers. Annual meeting of the Pacific region, organizing the body of Quaker meetings on the West coast of the United States. The novel Pym a novel Mat ...

Pyrgos

Pyrgos, Cyprus, a town on Morphou Bay. Aphekou Pyrgos, Greek name for Majdal Yabba, Palestine. Pyrgos, Greek name of the city of Burgas, Bulgaria. Pyrgos, Limassol, a village near Limassol, Cyprus.

Qingping

If Kingring, Chairman of China CITIC Bank. Zeng Kingring, winner of the China medal in 2009 Asian Championship wrestling. Chen qingping 1795-1868, Chinese martial arts. GUO Kingring, the representative of the electoral district of Tianjin at the ...

Quad

Quad cinema, art house in new York. Quad movie 2015. (Квад фильм 2015) Series Quad TV 2017. Quad music, a musical project by Gary Ramon. Quad play, Samuel Beckett. Quad arts centre in Derby, England.

Quail (disambiguation)

Quail is a collective name for several genera of medium-sized birds generally considered in galliformes. Quail may also refer to: KDR quail, unmanned aerial vehicle. Quail, Texas, USA, is a census designated place. If you are more a bird in the T ...

Quarrington

Cassop-cum-Quarrington, County Durham, England. Quarrington Hill, Durham, England. Old Quarrington, County Durham, England. Quarrington, Lincolnshire, England. (Quarrington, Линкольншир, Англия)

Quartz (disambiguation)

Rose quartz, Steven universe character. Publication quartz, a global business news website owned by Uzabase.

Quenstedt (disambiguation)

Quenstedt is a village in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Quenstedt may also refer to: In places: Groß Quenstedt, a municipality in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. People: Johannes Andreas Quenstedt, German Lutheran dogmatician. Friedrich August von Quenstedt, G ...

Quesnel

Le Quesnel, a commune in the Somme Department in France. Quesnel forks, British Columbia, a Ghost town in British Columbia, Canada. Quesnel, British Columbia, city in British Columbia, Canada. Quesnell heights, Edmonton, a neighborhood in Edmonto ...

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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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