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Everton

Everton, Indiana. (Эвертон, Индиана) Everton, Arkansas. (Эвертон, Арканзас) Everton, Missouri. (Эвертон, Миссури)

                                               

Evita

Evita may refer to: Eva Peron 1919–1952, an Argentine political leader. Evita 2008 film, a separate documentary film about Eva Peron. Evita musical, a 1978 stage musical, expanding on the concept. Evita 1996 film, a 1996 film of the musical, star ...

                                               

EWN

Coastal Carolina Regional Airport, in, North Carolina, United States. Eyewitness News South Africa, a South African news publisher. EuroWeekly News, an English-language newspaper in Spain. EuroWorld Network, now eMedia Network, an American media ...

                                               

Eyo

Eyo Esua 1901–1973, Nigerian teacher and trade unionist. Alicya Eyo born 1975, British actress. Effiong Okon Eyo 1918–1983, Nigerian politician. Eyo Ita 1903–1972, Nigerian politician.

                                               

Ezgi

Ezgi Çağlar born 1991, Turkish goalkeeper. Ezgi Asaroğlu born 1987, Turkish film and television actress. Ezgi Dilik born 1995, Turkish volleyball player. Ezgi Mola born 1983, Turkish actress.

                                               

Ezra (disambiguation)

Ezra is an Old Testament major prophet and scribe. Ezra is a male biblical name derived from Hebrew עזרא and should not be confused with the Turkish female name Esra. In the biblical context, Ezra refers to: Book of Ezra, a canonical book of the ...

                                               

Fab

Fab brand, a frozen confectionery. The FAB Awards, a food and beverage award. Flavoured alcoholic beverage or alcopop, a term describing certain flavoured alcoholic drinks with circa 3–7% alcohol. First Abu Dhabi Bank, an Emirati bank. Fab websit ...

                                               

Fabiola

Fabiola Zuluaga born 1979, Colombian tennis player. Queen Fabiola of Belgium 1928-2014. Fabiola Letelier born 1929, Chilean lawyer, human rights activist. Saint Fabiola, fl. 395–399. Anita Fabiola born 1994, Ugandan TV Host and Model. Fabiola Rod ...

                                               

Fady

Fady Shaker born 2009 Fady Andraos born 1981, Lebanese singer and actor of Palestinian origin. Fadi Frem born 1953, Lebanese politician. Fadi Ghoson born 1979, Lebanese footballer. Fadi Hammadeh born 1972, Syrian race car driver. Fadi Afash born ...

                                               

Fagner

Fagner may refer to: Fagner Conserva Lemos born 1989, Brazilian footballer. Raimundo Fagner born 1949, Brazilian singer, composer, musician, actor and music producer.

                                               

Faia

Given name Faia Younan born 1992, Syrian singer. Surname Carl Faia born 1962, American composer and musician. Priscilla Faia born 1985, Canadian actor and writer.

                                               

Faina

Faina Kirschenbaum born 1955, Israeli politician. Faina Ranevskaya 1896–1984, Soviet actress. Faina Melnik 1945–2016, Ukrainian-born Olympic champion discus thrower. Faina Jyrkila 1917–2008, Finnish sociologist. Faina Petryakova 1931–2002, Ukrain ...

                                               

Fake

Fake may refer to: Falsity, deceitfulness of one party culminating in damage to another party. Hoax, a falsehood deliberately crafted to deceive. Counterfeit, a reproduction of an item, intended to deceive. Feint, a maneuver designed to distract ...

                                               

Falconer

Charlie Falconer, Baron Falconer of Thoroton, a British politician. Falconer Larkworthy 1833–1928, New Zealand banker and financier. Falconer surname, a family name. Falconer Madan 1851 (Сокольничий Мадан 1851) - 1935, librarian of the Bodleian L ...

                                               

Fani

Nadia El Fani born 1960, French-Tunisian film director. Jamshid Fani, Iranian boxer. Fani Chalkia born 1979, Greek athlete. Fani Stipkovic born 1982, Croatian television reporter. Mohsin Fani, 17th-century Persian historian. Fani Badayuni 1879-19 ...

                                               

Fantasia

Fantasia, a 2012 album by Yuja Wang. Fantasia Barrino album 2006. Fantasia Eliane Elias album 1992. Fantasia Franco De Vita album 1986. Fantasia Yolandita Monge album 1980.

                                               

Farish

William Farish chemist 1759–1837, British chemist. William Stamps Farish III born 1939, American businessman. Oscar Eugene Farish 1868–1917, American businessman and politician. Helen Farish born 1962, British poet. Donald J. Farish 1942–2018, Am ...

                                               

Fath

Given name Fath Shah fl. 1486-1516, ruler of Kashmir. Al-Fath ibn Khaqan ca. 817 / 818 – 861, Abbasid writer and official, friend and chief adviser of Caliph al-Mutawakkil. Fath al-Din Ibn Sayyid al-Nās 1272–1334, Egyptian theologian. Abul-Fath, ...

                                               

Faz

Owen Farrell born 1991, English rugby union player. Irving Fazola 1912–1949, American jazz clarinetist. Roberto Faz 1914–1966, Cuban singer. Faz Husain 1952–2006, American politician. Fahrudin Kuduzovic born 1984, Bosnian footballer. Feliks Zemde ...

                                               

Fedora (disambiguation)

Fedora, an 1882 play by Victorien Sardou. Fedora 1926 film, a German silent film. Fedora 1978 film, a film by Billy Wilder. Fedora Tchecoff, a character from Une mort suspecte, a short story by Pierre Boulle. Fedora opera, an 1898 opera by Umbert ...

                                               

Feliu

Feliu or Feliu or Feliu may refer to: People: Jordi Xumetra Feliu born 1985, Spanish professional footballer. Antonio Olaguer Feliu 1740–1810, Spanish soldier and politician, Viceroy of the Rio de la Plata and Secretary of War of King Charles IV. ...

                                               

Fenda

Fenda may refer to: Chuck Fenda born 1972, Jamaican-America reggae musician. Fanta, soft drink, known as Fenda in the Chinese market. Fenda Lawrence, 18th-century slave trader.

                                               

Fenno

John Fenno, U.S. Federalist Party editor. Richard Fenno, American political scientist. Charles Fenno Jacobs, American photographer. Charles Fenno Hoffman, American author, poet and editor.

                                               

Fereydoon

Fereydoon is an Iranian mythical character. See also clarification page Freydun and Fereydun. The Fereydoon, or Ferydoon, Fereydoon Persian: فریدون may refer to: People: Fereydoon Family born 1945, leading Persian physicist in the field of nanote ...

                                               

Fern (disambiguation)

Fritzi Fern, motion picture actress from Akron, Ohio. George Fern, English footballer. Joseph J. Fern, first Mayor of Honolulu. Tom Fern, English footballer. Fanny Fern, pseudonym of American writer Sara Willis Parton. Henry Ferne, Chaplain Extra ...

                                               

Ferre

Vicente Ferre died 1682, Spanish theologian. Ferre Grignard 1939-1982, Belgian skiffle-singer. Ferre Spruyt born 1986, Belgian speed skater. Todd Rivaldo Ferre born 1999, Indonesian footballer. Maurice Ferre 1935-2019, American politician. Michel ...

                                               

Ferrol

Ferrol, Galicia, industrial city and naval station in Galicia, Spain. Ferrol comarca, a coastal region in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain. Ferrol, Virginia, town in the United States of America. Ferrol, Romblon, municipality in the Philippines. Ferrol I ...

                                               

Festus

Festus Iyayi 1947–2013, Nigeria writer. Festus Hommius 1576–1642, Dutch Calvinist theologian. Festus Baise born 1980, Hong Kong footballer. Festus Walters 1849–1922, Ohio jurist and advocate for Gubernatorial judicial independence. Festus Okotie- ...

                                               

FIA (disambiguation)

FIA is the Federation Internationale de lAutomobile, the world governing body for all forms of motor sport using four or more wheels. FIA and FIA may also refer to:

                                               

Fife (disambiguation)

Barney Fife, a fictional character in The Andy Griffith Show portrayed by Don Knotts.

                                               

Filaret

Filaret, Metropolitan of Minsk and Slutsk from 1978 to 2013. Filaret Scriban 1811-1873, Romanian theologian. Patriarch Filaret Feodor Romanov 1553-1633, patriarch of Moscow from 1612-1633, father of Tsar Michael I of Russia. Filaret Kolessa 1871- ...

                                               

Finbar

Finbar is an Irish given name that may also be spelled Finbarr, Finbarre, or Finnbar. It is derived from Fionnbharr, an old Irish word meaning "fair-headed one". The anglicised, shortened translation of Finbar is Barry. Finbar may refer to:

                                               

Fiore

Fiore means flower in Italian. It may refer to: Sailor Moon R movie#Fiore, a character in the Sailor Moon R movie. Fiore dei Liberi, Italian renaissance master of arms. Fiore Buccieri 1907-1973, Chicago mobster. Fiore, a country that appears in t ...

                                               

Fırat

Firat Arslan born 1970, German boxer. Fırat Aydınus born 1973, Turkish football referee. Fırat Akkoyun born 1982, Turkish footballer. Fırat Kocaoğlu born 1988, Turkish footballer. Firat Ceweri born 1959, Turkish-Kurdish writer. Fırat Çelik born 1 ...

                                               

FLO

FLO TV, an American mobile television service. Flo, an American TV sitcom. Flo, a 2000 song by Smash Mouth.

                                               

Florentina

Florentina can refer to: Saint Florentina, Spanish saint. Malus florentina, a species of Malus apple. Andreea Florentina Grigore, a Romanian artistic gymnast. Florentina Nedelcu, Romanian female volleyball player. Littera Florentina. (Литтера Фло ...

                                               

Florentius

Florentius is the name of: Florentius of Orange died 525, bishop of Orange and saint. Saint Florentius of Strasbourg, Bishop of Strasbourg c. 678–693. Florentius or Florence of Holland died 1210, nobleman and cleric, Chancellor of Scotland. Saint ...

                                               

Florinda

Florinda may refer to: Florinda coccinea, the blacktailed red sheetweaver. Florinda TV series from the Philippines. Florinda, Florida, a former community. As a given name Florinda Donner, German-born American author and anthropologist. Florinda B ...

                                               

Folmar

Folmar or Folcmar may refer to: Folcmar bishop died 990, Bishop of Utrecht. Brendan Folmar born 1964, American football player. Ryan Folmar born 1974, American college baseball coach. Folmar of Karden died 1189, Archbishop of Trier. Emory Folmar ...

                                               

Fook

Charles Chong, also known for his Chinese language name Chong You Fook born 1953, Singaporean Member of Parliament. Loke Siew Fook, Malaysian politician and Member of Parliament. Wong Ah Fook. (Вонг-Ах-Фоок) Liang Wern Fook born 1964, Singaporean ...

                                               

Ford (disambiguation)

Ford Brasil. (Форд Бразил) Ford Australia. (Форд Австралия) Ford Motor Company of Canada, Canadian subsidiary. Fordson, the tractor and truck manufacturing arm of the Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company. Ford Foundat ...

                                               

Forman

Forman may refer to: Places: Forman Park, in Syracuse, New York. Forman Glacier between Mount Franke and Mount Cole, in the Queen Maud Mountains of Antarctica. Forman, West Virginia, unincorporated community in Grant County, West Virginia, United ...

                                               

Forsythe

Forsythe may refer to: Forsythe programming language, a programming language by John C. Reynolds based on ALGOL 60. Forsythe Championship Racing, a racing team. Forsythe Technology, Inc., an American business. Forsythe Pendleton Jones, in the Arc ...

                                               

Fortunato

Fortunato, the Italian form of the Latin Fortunatus, may refer to: Fortunato yacht, a 205-foot megayacht built by Feadship in 2000. Fortunato film, 1942 Spanish film. Saint Fortunatus disambiguation, San Fortunato.

                                               

Fosi (disambiguation)

Fosi Palaamo born 1976, New Zealand professional rugby player of Samoan descent. Polataivao Fosi Schmidt 1933–2005, boxer and Minister of Labor for Samoa.

                                               

Foss

Foss House, a home in New Brighton, Minnesota, U.S. Horatio G. Foss House, a home in Auburn, Maine, U.S. Foss and Wells House, a home in Jordan, Minnesota, U.S.

                                               

Fox (disambiguation)

Fox Conner 1874–1951, American major-general and mentor of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Fox Stevenson, real name Stanley Stevenson Byrne born 1993, English singer-songwriter. Fox Butterfield born 1939, American journalist. Fox Harris 1936–1988, American ...

                                               

Francisco Rojas

Francisco Rojas may refer to: Francisco Rojas Toledo born 1956, Mexican politician. Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla 1607–1648, Spanish dramatist. Francisco Rojas Tollinchi 1911–1965, Puerto Rican poet, civic leader and journalist. Francisco Rojas Men ...

                                               

Franz Joseph (disambiguation)

Franz Joseph I of Austria was Emperor of Austria, Apostolic King of Hungary and King of Bohemia. Franz Josef and Franz Joseph may also refer to:

                                               

Fred

Fred footballer, born 1986, Frederico Burgel Xavier, Brazilian footballer. Fred footballer, born 1979, Helbert Frederico Carreiro da Silva, Brazilian footballer. Fred footballer, born 1993, Frederico Rodrigues de Paula Santos, Brazilian footballe ...

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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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