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Cavallaro

Cavallaro may refer to: People Salvatore John Cavallaro 1920-1943 (Джон Сальваторе Кавалларо 1920-1943) - a United States Navy officer for whom a ship was named. Cosimo Cavallaro 1961 - canadian artist, filmmaker and sculptor. Vincent Cavallaro 1 ...

                                               

Cavallo

Argentine politician Ricardo Cavallo year of birth: 1951. 1931-2017 Diana Cavallo, an American writer. Tiberius Cavallo 1749-1809, Anglo-Italian physicist. Rob Cavallo was born in 1963, American music producer. Victor Cavallo 1947-2000, Italian a ...

                                               

Caven

Jamie Caven was born in 1976, English Darts player. John Caven.1838–?, Canadian politician. Jurgen Cavens was born in 1978, Belgian footballer. Ingrid Caven was born in 1938, German actress. Simone Cavens, American silent film actress. Albert Cav ...

                                               

Cavenagh

Alastair Darwin was born in 1964 in Kenya-based rally driver and businessman. Wentworth Cavenagh of 1821-1895, South Australian politician. Quai des orfèvres Kavena 1820-1891, British army officer and administrator. George Cavenagh 1836-1922, Aus ...

                                               

Caver (disambiguation)

William Douglas, of cavers died 1748 S. 1688-1748, Scottish politician. Vivian caver was born 1928, American politician from Washington state. Quinton caver was born in 1978, American gridiron football player. Walter D. cavers, 1888-1955, America ...

                                               

Cavey

Cavey may refer to: Captain caveman, a fictional character nicknamed "Cavey". John M. Cavey 1907-1982, American politician and lawyer. Bruxy Cavey born in 1965, canadian pastor and author. Cavey Jr., son of captain caveman.

                                               

Cawood (disambiguation)

Cawood is a village in North Yorkshire, England. Cawood may refer to: Cawood castle, a grade I listed building in Cawood, a village in North Yorkshire, England. Cawood, Wistow and Selby light railway, a railway in Yorkshire. Cawood, Kentucky. (Ке ...

                                               

Caylor

                                               

Caylus

Anne Claude de Caluse 1692-1765, French archaeologist. Charles de Tubieres Caluse 1698-1750 de, French naval officer, Governor of Martinique. Claude Abraham de Tubieres de Grimoard de Pestel de Levis, the Duke de Kalusa S. 1672-1759, French milit ...

                                               

Cazeneuve

The 1915-2005 Jean Cazeneuve, French sociologist and anthropologist. Andre Cazeneuve died in 1874, French soldiers in Japanese service. Paul Cazeneuve 1852-1934, French politician. Louis Cazeneuve 1908-1977, the Argentine-American comic book arti ...

                                               

Cazenove

Cazenove may refer to: Stock broker Cazenove, a British stockbroker firm. Arnold Cazenove 1898-1969, British army officer. 1943-2010 Christopher Cazenove, a British actor. Theophilus Cazenove, a financier and one of the agents of the Holland Land ...

                                               

Cazes

KAZ and KAZ may refer to: People Mario KAZ 1890-1972, French composer, conductor and violinist. Jean-Louis Cazes b. 1951, French footballer. Daniel KAZ 1939-2012, Mexican anthropologist. Pierre-Jacques Cazes 1676-1754, French historical painter. ...

                                               

Cedres

Jimena Shadrach was born in 1993, the Argentine player of field hockey. Fernando Clavijo Shadrach 1956-2019, Uruguayan-American football player and coach. Juan Shadrach 1927-1979, Spanish professional footballer. Christian Shadrach born in 1996, ...

                                               

Ceja

CEJA-Spanish-language surname. People with the surname include: Ramon CEJA Romero was born in 1969, is a Mexican politician affiliated the national action Party. Victor Manuel Baez CEJA was born in 1959, Mexican politician of the National regener ...

                                               

Celi

Cheli may refer to: Bee CELI, American disco musician. Adolfo CELI 1922 -1986, Italian film actor and Director. CELI, Certificato Di Conoscenza della Russian Federation. Ara CELI was born in 1974, American actress.

                                               

Cellarius

Cellarius is the Latin form of the cellarer, an office on the site of a medieval Benedictine Abbey. As a surname it is usually a Latinized form of the German name Keller. Famous people with the surname include: Cellarius Martin, 1499-1564, Martin ...

                                               

Cellino

Cellino may refer to: 3857 Cellino, main asteroid belt. Cellino Attanasio, an Italian municipality in the province of Teramo, Abruzzo. Cellino San Marco, an Italian municipality in the province of Brindisi, Apulia.

                                               

Cels

SEL may refer to: Ratings-the leaves, the Supervisory rating system to classify a banks overall condition. The center for legal and social studies-leaves, a Spanish human rights organization under the leadership of Horacio Verbitsky. Sheets of ce ...

                                               

Celsius (disambiguation)

Celsius-unit of temperature measurement. Celsius may also refer to: 4169 Celsius, the asteroid. Celsius crater, a lunar crater. Celsius comics, DC comics superhero. The warmth of the family, the Swedish family to which Anders Celsius, inventor of ...

                                               

Cena (disambiguation)

Sin is an ancient Roman kitchen. Sin may also refer to: Cena N641, a discovery of bombs in the us Marines. John Cena, American professional wrestler and actor. Marcone Cena, Brazilian footballer. Cena, Ozolnieki municipality, a village in Latvia. ...

                                               

Censor

Imperial censorate, a high-level Supervisory Agency in Ancient China, whose duties involved criticizing other officials. The censor, the police of the Royal College of physicians.

                                               

Ceragioli

Giorgio 20th century Ceragioli Italian engineer, Professor and activist. Giorgio Ceragioli, early 20th-century Italian artist and sculptor. Peter A. Ceragioli Jr. 1932-2004, American West coast jazz pianist and accordionist. Enzo Ceragioli, 20th ...

                                               

Cerdas

                                               

Cerezo (disambiguation)

Benny Frankie Cerezo 1943-2013, Puerto Rican politician. Enrique Cerezo b. 1948, Spanish producer and current President of atlético Madrid. Toninho Cerezo b. 1955, Brazilian footballer. Pedro Cerezo Galan used. 1935, Spanish philosopher. Carmen C ...

                                               

Cerne

Teja Černe was born in 1984, the Slovenian sailor. Dark Rudy was born in 1958, the German figure skater and TV presenter. Joe dark was born in 1942, US American football player.

                                               

Cerney

Kearny is a placename and surname. It can refer to: Places Train station South Cerney, a former railway station in South Cerney. Kearny wick, a village near Cirencester, Gloucestershire. England. North Cerney, a village and civil parish in the En ...

                                               

Cernik

Chernik or Černik may refer to: Oldeich Černik 1921-1994, Czech politician and Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia 1968-1970. Cernik, Brod-Posavina County, Croatia. Černik, Slovakia. (Černik, Словакия)

                                               

Cerreto

Municipalities comuni Abbadia Cerreto, province of Lodi. Abby Cerreto. (Эбби Черрето) Cerreto Langhe, in the province of Cuneo. Cerreto Guidi, in the province of Florence. Cerreto of Sannita, in the province of Benevento. Cerreto desi, in the pro ...

                                               

Cerrito

El Cerrito, New Mexico. Los Cerritos, Colorado. (Лос Серритос, Колорадо) Cerritos, California, a town in the County of Los Angeles. Los Cerritos, Long Beach, CA. El Cerrito, Riverside County, California. El Cerrito, San Diego, CA. Cerrito Creek, ...

                                               

Cerulli

Rossella cerulli may refer to: Enrico cerulli Rosella 1898-1988, Italian scholar of Somali and Ethiopian studies. Vincenzo 1859-1927 Rossella cerulli, an Italian astronomer and founder of the Collurania-Teramo Observatory in Teramo. Rossella ceru ...

                                               

Cesaro

Cesaro may refer to: Wrestler Cesaro Claudio Castagnoli, born in 1980, Swiss wrestler. Cesaro summation. (Суммирования Чезаро) Cesaro equation is. (Уравнение Чезаро является) Andrea Cesaro was born in 1986, Italian footballer. Ernesto Cesaro 1859 ...

                                               

Cesti

Cesti may refer to: Italian plural tsestus, classic weapons. Latin plural tsestus Moscow, belt. 1623-1669 Antonio Cesti, Italian composer of the Baroque era.

                                               

Cete

The English collective noun for a group of badgers. Cete clade including Cetacea and Mesonychia extinct ancestors.

                                               

Ceva (disambiguation)

12579 CEVA, asteroid. (12579 ЧЕВЫ, астероид) CEVA marquisate, a former independent state in Italy with the center in the town of CEVA. Monte CEVA, hill, Tuscany, Italy. CEVA railway station, railway station in the Italian town of CEVA.

                                               

Chaban

The name of the Shepherd, as well as options such as the Shepherd, is a common surname and the name of the place in several different countries. Shepherd as the name of Zaporozhian Cossacks origin and means shepherd. The shepherd as a professiona ...

                                               

Chabot

Jesse Chabot, canadian screenwriter. Louis françois Jean Chabot 1757-1837, a French General of the Napoleonic wars. Herbert Chabot was born 1931, the chief judge of the Tax court of the United States. Jean Chabot 1806-1860, lawyer, judge and poli ...

                                               

Chace

Oliver chase 1769-1852, a textile industrialist. Malcolm Greene Chace, Jr., 1904-1996 Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway during the 1960s years. V. Burton Chace 1901-1972, former mayor of long beach, CA. Malcolm Greene Chace 1875-1955, financier, ten ...

                                               

Chadan

Chadan may refer to: Places Chadan urban settlement, a municipal formation in which Chadan town under district jurisdiction in Dzun-Khemchiksky district of the Tuva Republic of Russia was as. Chadan city in the Republic of Tuva, Russia. The Chada ...

                                               

Chadbourne

Eugene chadborn was born in 1954, American guitarist and banjoist. Joshua 1873-1959 of chadborn, the American mechanic, businessman and apricot farmer. Jack Chadburn 1873-1923, English professional footballer. James H. Chadbourn 1905-1982, Americ ...

                                               

Chadwell

District of St Mary in Thurrock. Chadwell Heath in the London borough of Barking and Dagenham. Area, Leicestershire. (Площадь, Лестершир) Area, Shropshire. (Площадь, Шропшир) Area Springs in Hertfordshire - one of the sources of the New river Eng ...

                                               

Chag

Haag may refer to: Haag Jewish holiday חג Hebrew plural: Chagim the transliteration of the Hebrew word for "feast". Christian health Association of Ghana Chag. Niraj Chag was born in 1976, London-based music performer and composer.

                                               

Chahal

Chahal Kalan, a village in Batala, Gurdaspur district, Punjab, India. Janian Chahal, a village in Shahkot, district of Jalandhar, Punjab, India. Sallo Chahal village in Batala, Gurdaspur district, Punjab, India. Chahal, Guatemala, a municipality ...

                                               

Chain (disambiguation)

Chain mail or "mail" and "mail", type of armor made of interlocking chain links. Necklace or necklace, or chain, the type of jewelry which is worn around the neck.

                                               

Chaison

                                               

Chakravarthy

Chakravarthy movie 2017 movie, Film Indian Kannada will be released in 2016. The film chakravarthy movie is a 1987 Indian Telugu film released in 1987. The film chakravarthy movie 1991 Indian Malayalam film, released in 1991. The film chakravarth ...

                                               

Chaliapin (disambiguation)

Chaliapin may refer to: 2562 Chaliapin, an asteroid. Boris Chaliapin, artist and Illustrator, son of F. I. Shalyapin. Feodor Chaliapin, Jr., 1905-1992, actor, son of F. I. Shalyapin. Chaliapin festival, Gagino, Russian musical event. 1873-1938 Fe ...

                                               

Chalk (disambiguation)

Chalk is a type of sedimentary rock consisting mainly of calcium carbonate. Chalk can also refer to: Billiard chalk, silica gel and mixtures of corundum is applied to the tip of the cue. Series TV Mel, bi-Bi-si sitcom written Steven Moffat. Chalk ...

                                               

Chalke (disambiguation)

Sarah chalke was born in 1976, canadian actress. Stephen chalk was born in 1948, English writer and publisher. Steve Chalk was born in 1955, the British Christian leader.

                                               

Challenger

Applicants group Wisconsin posted on highs album of 1985 in the mid-sixties, volume 15. Album, Challenger, whip, album 2002. Challengers of the band, surf rock group of the 1960-ies. To restore the Challenger album 2013, to recover. "Challenger", ...

                                               

Chalon

Les-Chalon, in the Drôme Department. Chalon RU, Rugby Union club. Chalon-sur-Saone, Saone-et-Loire. (Шалон-сюр-Саон, Саон-э-Луара) Chalon, isère, Chalon earlier, isère Francis in the Department. Chalon FC football club. Château-Chalon, in the Jur ...

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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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