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Ronne (disambiguation)

Ronne or Ronne can refer to the following: People David M. Ronne 1943–2007, American sound engineer and three-time nominee for the Academy Award for Best Sound. Hans Ronne 1887-1951, Danish gymnast. Veronica Ronne Froman born 1947, US Navy rear a ...

                                               

Roo (disambiguation)

Andres Quintana Roo 1787-1851, Mexican liberal politician and author. Nick Riewoldt born 1982, Australian rules footballer nicknamed "Roo". Remi De Roo born 1924, Canadian retired Roman Catholic bishop. Wayne Rooney born 1985, English football pl ...

                                               

Rosalina

Rosalina, character in The Naked Brothers Band TV series. Rosalina Mario, a character in the Mario series.

                                               

Rosalind

Rosalind Peychaud born 1948, New Orleans civic activist. Rosalind Rowe 1933–2015, English table tennis player. Rosalind Hursthouse born 1943, philosopher whose theories are centred to the abortion debate. Rosalind Ridley born 1949, British Neurop ...

                                               

Rosaline (disambiguation)

Rosaline is a character in Romeo and Juliet. Rosaline may also refer to: Lady Rosaline, a character in Loves Labours Lost. Rosaline lace, late 17th century Venetian needle lace. Rosaline band, American post-hardcore band.

                                               

Roseanna

Roseanna 1993 film. (Фильм Розанна 1993) Roseanna 1967 film. (Фильм Розанна 1967) Roseanna novel, by Sjowall and Wahloo, the first novel in their detective series revolving around Martin Beck and his team. Roseanna McCoy, a 1949 American drama fi ...

                                               

Rosette

Rosette politics, worn by political candidates in an election. Rosette window, a small rose window, a Gothic circular architectonic component cut most frequently in shape similar to a rose. Klemperer rosette, a term used in interstellar cosmology ...

                                               

Rosi

Rosi Manger, Swiss curler and World Champion. Rosi Braidotti, philosopher and feminist theoretician. Rosi Speiser, German former alpine skier. Rosi Sexton, mixed martial artist. Rosi Mittermaier, retired World Cup alpine ski racer. Rosi Golan, Is ...

                                               

Rosman

Given name Rosman Garcia 1979–2011, Venezuelan relief pitcher in Major League Baseball. Rosman Sulaiman b. 1982, Singaporean soccer player. Surname Mark Rosman b. 1959, American film director, television director and screenwriter. Stacey Rosman b ...

                                               

Rossa

Rossa, Switzerland, a municipality of the Swiss canton of Graubunden. Rõssa, a village in Orava Parish, Estonia. Rossa, Piedmont, a municipality in Italy. Rasos Cemetery old Rossa in Polish, the oldest cemetery in the city of Vilnius, Lithuania.

                                               

Rossella

Rossella may refer to: Rossella sponge, a genus of sponges in the family Rossellidae. Rossella TV series, an Italian television series. Rossella is also a surname and may refer to: Rossella Como, an Italian actress and television personality. Ros ...

                                               

Rowena (disambiguation)

Rowena is a figure in Geoffrey of Monmouths Historia Regum Britanniae, the daughter of the Saxon king Hengest and wife of Vortigern. Rowena can also refer to:

                                               

Rowley

Canada Rowley Island, Nunavut. (Остров Роули, Нунавут) Rowley, Alberta. (Роули, Альберта) United Kingdom Rowley, Shropshire, England. (Роули, Шропшир, Англия) Rowley, London, a former parish in Barnet, London, England. Rowley, East Riding of York ...

                                               

Royall

Royall may refer to: Surname Joe Royall 1912–1975, baseball player. Robert V. Royall born 1934, former US ambassador to Tanzania. Paul Royall, BBC journalist. Isaac Royall, Jr. 1719–1781, American landowner, gave land for Harvard Law School. Kenn ...

                                               

Royce

Prince Royce born 1989, American singer and songwriter. Royce da 59" born 1977, American rapper and songwriter.

                                               

Royden

Royden Lam born 1975, Hong Kong darts player. John Maddox John Royden Maddox, 1925–2009, British biologist and science writer. Royden Yerkes 1881–1964. American Episcopal priest and theologian. Royden Rabinowitch born 1943, Canadian sculptor. Roy ...

                                               

Roye

Roye, Haute-Saone, in the Haute-Saone department. Canton of Roye, a canton in the department of the Somme. Roye, Somme, in the Somme department. Roye-sur-Matz, in the Oise department.

                                               

Royston

Royston, Texas, a ghost town. Royston, Georgia, a town.

                                               

Roza

Roza may refer to: People Roza Herman 1902–1995, Polish chess player. Roza Kasprzak b. 1982, Polish pole vaulter. Roza Thun b. born 1954, European Parliament Member from Poland. Roza Etkin-Moszkowska 1908–1945, Polish pianist. Roza Potocka disamb ...

                                               

Rudyard

Rudyard, Mississippi, United States, an unincorporated community. Rudyard, Staffordshire, England, a village. Rudyard, Montana, United States, a census-designated place. Rudyard Township, Michigan, United States. Rudyard Lake, in Rudyard, Staffor ...

                                               

Rumer

Rumer may refer to: Rumer Godden 1907 – 1998, English author. Yuriy Rumer 1901 – 1985, Russian physicist also known as Georg Rumer. Rumer musician born 1979, British singer. Rumer Willis born 1988, actress, daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.

                                               

Rupa

Rupa gold mine, an artisanal mine in Uganda. Rupa, Croatia, a town in northwest Croatia. Rupa, Arunachal Pradesh, a town of Arunachal Pradesh. Rupa Lake, a freshwater lake in Nepal.

                                               

Rupak

Rupak may refer to Rudy Rupak born 1968, Canadian entrepreneur. Rupak Sharma, Indian politician for Nowgong Sadar Assembly Constituency, Assam. Rupak Tala, a tala in Hindustani music. Rupak Sarmah, Indian politician for Nowgong constituency, Assa ...

                                               

Russi (disambiguation)

Russi is an commune in the Province of Ravenna in the Italian region, Emilia-Romagna. Russi may also refer to: Russi Karanjia 1912–2008, Indian journalist, editor, and founder of the tabloids, the Blitz and the Daily. Russi Mody 1918–2014, Indian ...

                                               

Rustico

                                               

Rustin

Rustin may refer to: Rustin, a village in Cornereva Commune, Caras-Severin County, Romania. Rustin film, 2001 American film. West Chester Rustin High School, a high school in Pennsylvania named after Bayard Rustin. Rustin, True Detective episode ...

                                               

Ruston

United States Ruston, Louisiana. (Ruston, Луизиана) Ruston, Washington. (Растон, Штат Вашингтон) United Kingdom East Ruston, Norfolk, England. Ruston Parva, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Ruston, North Yorkshire, England.

                                               

Rustum (disambiguation)

Rustum is a 1984 Telegu action film. Rustum may also refer to: Rustum Roy 1924-2010, Indian-born American physicist. Rustum Kozain born 1966, South African poet and writer. Rustum Ghazaleh 1953-2015, Syrian military and intelligence officer.

                                               

Ruthven

Ruthven, Iowa, US. (Рутвен, Айова, США) Ruthven Park National Historical Site, Cayuga, Ontario, Canada. Ruthven, California, US. (Рутвен, Калифорния, США) Ruthven, part of Kingsville, Ontario, Canada. Ruthven Bluff, Antarctica. (Рутвен Блеф, Анта ...

                                               

Rutland (disambiguation)

Rutland Island, an island in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Indian Ocean. Canada Rutland, Saskatchewan, a community in Saskatchewan, Canada. Rutland Park, Calgary, a neighbourhood of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Rutland, Kelowna, a neighbour ...

                                               

Rya

Rya or RYA may refer to: Rya Tunnel. (Тоннель Ря) Rya Taza, village in Armenia. Rya W. Zobel born 1931, jurist. Rya skog, forest. (Ря Ског, лес) Rya, Sweden. (Ря, Швеция) Rya rug, type of woolen rug. Rya sawfly, a genus in subfamily Blennocampina ...

                                               

RYK

RYK may refer to: Shaikh Zayed International Airport Rahim Yar Khan, an airport in Pakistan IATA code. Related to receptor tyrosine kinase, a gene that encodes the protein Ryk.

                                               

Rylan

Rylan can refer to: Rylan Clark-Neal born 1988, English presenter. Emme Rylan born 1980, American actress. Rylan Galiardi born 1986, American-Canadian professional ice hockey player. Rylan Hainje born 1980, American basketball player. Rylan Reed ...

                                               

Saadat

                                               

Saba (disambiguation)

Saba senegalensis, a fruit-producing plant of the family Apocynaceae. Saba comorensis, a plant of the genus Saba from the family Apocynaceae. Saba plant, of plant in family Apocynaceae first described as a genus in 1849. Saba banana, a variety of ...

                                               

Sabina

Sabina region, region and place in Italy, and hence. Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica. Sabina, Illinois, unincorporated community, United States. Sabina, region in the Sokolov District, Czech Republic. Pozzaglia Sabina, city, Italy. Magliano Sabina ...

                                               

Sabri

Sabri Çakır born 1955, Turkish poet. Sabri Kalic born 1966, Turkish film director. Sabri Gurses born 1972, Turkish writer. Sabri Lamouchi, French footballer. Sabri Jiryis born 1938, Arab-Israeli writer. Sabri Sarıoğlu born 1984, Turkish footballer.

                                               

Safa

South African Football Association, national governing body for association football in the Republic of South Africa. Al Safa FC, sports club in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia. Safa SC, an association football club in Lebanon. SAFA architec ...

                                               

Saffron (disambiguation)

Saffron is a spice. Saffron may also refer to: Saffron, a minor character in the Firefly universe. Saffron Type System, a font-rendering technology used in Adobe Flash. Saffron color, a shade of orange-yellow. Saffron singer, lead singer of Repub ...

                                               

Sagwa

Sagwa may refer to: Sagwa, neighbourhood of Grand Bay–Westfield, New Brunswick, Canada. Sagwa, main character of the 2000s television series Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat. Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat book, a 1994 childrens book by Amy Tan. Ki ...

                                               

Sahan

                                               

Sahl

Sahl may refer to: Sahl ibn Bishr, Persian translator and astrologer. Arabic sahl سهل "easy", given name. Ibn Sahl disambiguation. (Ибн Сахл омонимии) Abū Sahl al-Qūhī, Persian mathematician, physicist and astronomer. Sahl, Iran, a village in Sem ...

                                               

Sai

Supersonic Aerospace International, an American aerospace firm. Skandinavisk Aero Industri, a former Danish aeroplane manufacturer. Springfield Armory, Inc., an American firearm manufacturer and importer. ICAO designator for Shaheen Air Internati ...

                                               

Saiko

Saiko may refer to: S Saiko born 1989, Canadian soccer p. Saiko band, a Chilean alternative rock band. Saiko Lake, in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Saikō, a Japanese era. Saiko,Youtuber brasileiro top. (Сайко,ютубер топ бразилейро) L.

                                               

Saint Elmo

St. Elmo Historic District Chattanooga, Tennessee. St. Elmo, Colorado. (Святого Эльма, Колорадо) St. Elmo, Alabama. (Святого Эльма, Алабама) St. Elmo, Illinois. (Святого Эльма, Иллинойс) St. Elmo, Louisiana, a community in Ascension Parish, Louis ...

                                               

Saint Eugene

The Orthodox Church has one Saint Eugene: Pope Eugene I, Saint. Saint Eugene of Derry. Saint Eugene martyred by Huneric. Saint Eugene, father of Marina the Monk. Eugene de Mazenod 1782–1861. Saint Eugene of Trebizond, or Eugenios of Trebizond.

                                               

Sakshi

Sakshi or Saakshi may refer to: Sakshi 1967 film, a 1967 Telugu film. Sakshi media group, holding company of Sakshi newspaper and Sakshi TV. Sakshi newspaper, a Telugu daily based in Hyderabad, India. Saaksshi, 2004 Indian television series. Saks ...

                                               

Sala

Sala, Cambodia, village in Cambodia. Sala, Iran, village in Kurdistan Province, Iran. Sala, Lampang, village and sub district in northern Thailand. Sala Keoku, park in Thailand featuring fantastic concrete sculptures. Sala Lydia, an ancient town ...

                                               

Salesian English School (disambiguation)

                                               

Sali

Shali, East Azerbaijan, also Sali, a village in Heris County, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran. Sali-ye Kuchek, also known as Salī, a village in Khorramabad County, Lorestan Province, Iran. Sali, Algeria, a town and commune in Reggane District, Adr ...

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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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