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Micheline (disambiguation)

Micheline was a series of rubber-tyred trains developed in France in the 1930s by various rail companies and rubber-tyre manufacturer Michelin. Michelin is a French girl name. It may also refer to:

                                               

Michener

Norah Michener, wife of Roland Michener. Earl C. Michener, 1876–1957 16-term U.S. Representative for Michigan from 1919 to 1951. James A. Michener, American novelist 1907–1997. Charles Duncan Michener, American entomologist 1918–2015. Edward Mich ...

                                               

Mickens

Ronald E. Mickens born 1943, American physicist. Jaydon Mickens born 1994, American football wide receiver. James Mickens, American computer scientist. Terry Mickens born 1971, American wide receiver. Carl L. Mickens born 1960, American politicia ...

                                               

Miele (disambiguation)

Carl Miele 1869–1938, German entrepreneur. Vittorio Miele 1926–1999, Italian painter. Rudolf Miele 1929–2004, German entrepreneur. Frank Miele born 1948, American journalist. Andre Miele born 1987, Brazilian tennis player.

                                               

Mieres (disambiguation)

Mieres is a city in Asturias, Spain. Mieres may also refer to: Roberto Mieres, Argentine racing driver. Mieres, Girona, village and municipality in Catalonia. Ignacio Mieres, Argentine rugby union player. Anthony Mieres, English Protestant leader ...

                                               

Minicucci

Minicucci is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Matthew Minicucci born 1981, American writer and poet. Christina Minicucci, American politician. Dominick Minicucci Jr. born 1969, American gymnast. Manel Minicucci born 1995, Itali ...

                                               

Miraglia

Miraglia is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mauro Miraglia born 1997, Argentine footballer. Corrado Miraglia 1821–1881, Italian operatic tenor. Tulio Miraglia born 1930, Brazilian sports shooter. Emilio Miraglia born 1924, Ita ...

                                               

Miro Quesada

Miro Quesada is a Hispanic surname. It can refer to the following people: Miro Quesada family, the family that owns the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio.

                                               

Moadab

Moadab is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ali Mohammad Moadab born 1977, Iranian poet. Elias Moadab 1916–1952, Egyptian comedy actor.

                                               

Modra (surname)

Modra is a surname shared by several notable people Tony Modra born 1969, Australian rules footballer. Kieran Modra 1972–2019, Australian Paralympic swimmer and cyclist.

                                               

Moir (surname)

Moir is a surname of Scottish origin, and is part of the Clan Gordon of the Scottish Lowlands. The name in its present form dates from the 14th century, and means "brave, renowned, mighty" in the Scots Gaelic dialect. Four generations of Moirs we ...

                                               

Monckton-Arundell

Monckton-Arundell may refer to: William Monckton-Arundell, 2nd Viscount Galway died 1772. George Monckton-Arundell disambiguation, multiple people. Robert Monckton-Arundell, 4th Viscount Galway 1752–1810.

                                               

Montealegre

Montealegre is a surname. Due to the spelling inconsistencies in former times, bearers of this name may be found under Montalegre, too. The name Montealegre appears during the reign of king Alfonso VIII as a lordship of Tello pérez de Meneses who ...

                                               

Moons (disambiguation)

Moons are celestial bodies that orbit planets or smaller bodies. Moons may also refer to: 7805 Moons, a main-belt asteroid. Harvey balls, ideograms used for comparing qualitative information. Moonmoon, a "moon of a moon". Jan Moons born 1970, Bel ...

                                               

Morphy (disambiguation)

Paul Morphy was an American chess player, considered an unofficial world champion in the late 1850s. Morphine may also refer to: King "Morphy" Morpheus, a character in the Little Nemo franchise. Morphy drug, a nickname for morphine. George Morphy ...

                                               

Mostyn (disambiguation)

Mostyn Colliery, coal mine in Flintshire, North Wales. Mostyn House School, a former school in Parkgate, Cheshire, England. Mostyn railway station, near Mostyn, Flintshire, Wales. Mostyn Llandudno electoral ward, a ward of Conwy Borough Council, ...

                                               

Mottershead

Mottershead is an English habitation name which has its common root in the township of Mottram St. Andrew in Cheshire, England where it was first recorded in the 13th century as Mottresheved, from the gen. case of the OE byname Mōtere Speaker + M ...

                                               

Mounteer

The origins of the name can be traced back to: England 1. Richard Mounteer or Monter died in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, in September 1488. He was married to Joan died 1489. His son John Mounteer died March 3, 1569 in Merstham, Surrey, and daug ...

                                               

Moutoussamy

Moutoussamy is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Lea Moutoussamy, Algerian fencer. Thierry Moutoussamy born 1972, French musician, known as Lord Kossity. Samuel Moutoussamy born 1996, French footballer. Ernest Moutoussamy born 1 ...

                                               

Moyne

Moyne may refer to: Moyne Abbey, County Mayo, Ireland. Moyne, County Wicklow, a civil parish in County Wicklow, Ireland. Moyne Townland, County Mayo, Ireland. Moyne, County Tipperary, a civil parish in the barony of Eliogarty, North Tipperary, Ir ...

                                               

Muçolli

Muçolli is an Albanian family name, and it may refer to: Arbnor Mucolli born 1999, Danish-Albanian football player. Erza Muqoli Albanian: Ereza Muçolli, born 2003, French singer. Agon Mucolli born 1998, Danish-Albanian football player.

                                               

Muguerza

Muguerza may refer to: Jose Muguerza 1911–1980, Spanish footballer. Jose A. Muguerza 1858–1939, Mexican entrepreneur and philanthropist. Javier Muguerza 1936–2019, Spanish philosopher. Juan Muguerza 1900–1937, Spanish middle-distance runner.

                                               

Mullion (disambiguation)

A mullion is a structural element which divides adjacent window units. Mullion may also refer to: Mullion, Cornwall, a village and parish in Cornwall, England. Mullion Island, a small island in Mounts Bay, Cornwall. Mullion Creek, Australia. (Сто ...

                                               

Mulpatrick

The surname Mulpatrick originates from the Irish surname O Maol Phadraig. The name originates from Clogher in County Tyrone. About maol Phadraig is expressed as a follower of St. Patrick. He became OMulpatrick and Mulpatrick and the first recorde ...

                                               

Mulvihill

Mulvihill is a surname. Its Irish form is O Maolmhichil or O Maoilmhichil. The motto of the clan is Pro Aris et Focis, which translates as For Hearth and Home.

                                               

Munagekar

The Munagekar Family hails from the village of Munage near Devgad. In the 1820, most of them moved to various parts of Maharashtra due to plague. The Munagekars were very intelligent and often called by many industrialist to solve complex mathema ...

                                               

Muradlı

Muradlı may refer to: Haçıalmuradlı, a village and municipality in the Imishli Rayon of Azerbaijan. Mahammad Muradli, 2015 World Youth Chess Champion from Azerbaijan. Moradlu District, a district in Meshgin Shahr County, Ardabil Province, Iran. M ...

                                               

Murney

Murney is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Dylan Murnane born 1995, Australian footballer. Christopher Murney born 1943, American actor and vocal artist. Edmund Murney 1812–1861 was a lawyer and political figure in Upper Canada ...

                                               

Muti (disambiguation)

Al-Muti 914–974, Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad. Riccardo Muti born 1941, conductor. Ettore Muti 1902–1943, Italian Fascist politician. Ornella Muti born 1955, actress.

                                               

Mwanza (disambiguation)

Humphrey Mwanza 1949–2015, Zambian politician. Leckford Mwanza Thotho fl. 2009–2011, Malawian politician. Peter Mwanza born 1937, Malawian politician. Richard Mwanza 1959−1993, Zambian footballer. Mwanza Mukombo 1945–2001, Congolese footballer. B ...

                                               

Mytton

Adam Mytton 1498–1561, English MP. Thomas Mytton 1597–1656, English Parliamentarian general of the English Civil War. Alex Mytton, cast member of television series Made in Chelsea. John Mytton 1796–1834, British eccentric and Regency rake. Sarah ...

                                               

Nafiu

Nafiu is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Awudu Nafiu born 1988, Ghanaian footballer. Abdul Nafiu Idrissu born 1991, Ghanaian footballer. Valmir Nafiu born 1994, Macedonian footballer. Nafiu Osagie born 1933, Nigerian athlete.

                                               

Naggar (surname)

Naggar is a surname. Naggar, al-Naggar, El Naggar, etc. can refer to the following famous people: Carole Naggar. (Кароль Наггар) Reut Naggar. (Реут Наггар) Zaghloul El-Naggar. (Заглул Эль-Наггар) Mostafa Alnagar. (Мостафа Alnagar) Ahmad Ibrahim a ...

                                               

Nakouzi

Nakouzi is a surname. It may refer to: Jean Nakouzi born 1947, Lebanese wrestler. Elie Nakouzi born 1969, Lebanese television broadcaster and presenter. Michel Nakouzi born 1932, Lebanese wrestler.

                                               

Naraoka

Naraoka is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Tomoko Naraoka 奈良岡 朋子, born 1929, Japanese actress. Ryoji Naraoka 奈良岡 良二, 1908–1992, Japanese racewalker. Kodai Naraoka 奈良岡 功大, born 2001, Japanese badminton p ...

                                               

Narula

Narula is an Indian surname. Notable people include: Jaspinder Narula, Punjabi singer and Bollywood playback singer. Poonam Narula born 1976, Indian actress. Mukesh Narula born 1962, Indian former cricketer. Harpinder Singh Narula born 1953, UK-b ...

                                               

Natta (disambiguation)

Natta is a spider genus. Natta may also refer to: Natta, Benin. (Натта, Бенин) Alessandro Natta. (Алессандро Натта) Giulio Natta. (Джулио Натта) Camille Natta. (Камилль Натта) In Indian classical music, Natta refers to: Nata raga, a musical scale ...

                                               

Neira

Cesar Neira Perez born 1979, Spanish cyclist. Hernan Neira born 1960, Chilean writer and professor. Jairo Neira born 1987, Chilean footballer. Manuel Neira born 1977, Chilean footballer. Jose Neira born 1939, Colombian track and field athlete. Qu ...

                                               

Nemra

Nemra may refer to: Nemra band, an Armenian rock band. Casten Nemra born 1971, Marshallese politician. Haley Nemra born 1989, American-born Marshallese track athlete.

                                               

Newcomen

Matthew Newcomen c. 1610–1669, English nonconformist churchman. John Newcomen c. 1613–1630, first white settler murdered by another white settler in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. Thomas Newcomen 1663–1729, ironmonger and inventor of the steam e ...

                                               

Neylon

Neylon is an anglicized version of the Irish surname O Niallain. Other English language forms of the name include Nealon, ONeylan, Nyland and Neilan. They were a sept of the Dalcassian tribe located in the kingdom of Thomond, which is now predomi ...

                                               

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Nihalani

Nihalani is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Pahlaj Nihalani, Indian film producer, former chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification. Shobha Nihalani, Indian author. Govind Nihalani born 1940, Indian filmmaker.

                                               

Niijima (disambiguation)

Niijima may refer to: Niijima, a Japanese placename. Niijima, Okinawa: a settlement in Itoman, Okinawa. Niijima, Tokyo: the village of Tokyo that governs the above Niijima and Shikinejima. Niijima Ogasawara: name used in media for a new volcanic ...

                                               

Nogueira Ferrão

Nogueira Ferrão is a European double-barrelled surname that derives from the combined surnames of two gentry families from northern Portugal, Nogueira and Ferrão. The literal meaning of these surnames is "Walnut Tree" and "Stinger" or "Point on a ...

                                               

Nonoo

Nonoo is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Houda Nonoo born 1964, Bahraini diplomat. Ebrahim Daoud Nonoo, Bahraini businessman and politician. Misha Nonoo born 1987, Bahraini fashion designer.

                                               

Nosce

The NOSCE surname can be traced back to the late 19th century in the unpretentious municipalities of Lucena and Tayabas, province of Tayabas, known today as the Quezon Province located in the central part of the island of Luzon, Republic of the P ...

                                               

Nuckols (surname)

The name Nuckols is a surname of Norwegian descent. In English versions, the name comes from Nuckols knowledge, which suggests that the family coat of arms is a white rose, stemming from the support of the family of the house of York during the w ...

                                               

Nunneley

Nunneley is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Kathleen Nunneley 1872–1956, New Zealand tennis player and librarian. John Nunneley 1922–2013, British Army officer and businessman.

                                               

Nunnely

Nunnely is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Wayne Nunnely born 1952, American football player and coach. Che Nunnely born 1999, Dutch footballer.

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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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