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Wister

Annis Lee Wisters 1830-1908, American translator. John Caspar Wisters 1887-1982, the American gardener. Owen Wisters 1860-1938, American author. Langhorne Wisters the 1834-1891, American Union civil war Brevet Brigadier General.

                                               

Witcher

Video the Witcher game 2007 role-playing computer game based on the series of books. The Witcher series of books by Andrzej Sapkowski. The Witcher 3: wild Hunt, the 2015 Sequel the Witcher 2: assassins of kings. The Witcher from the greater Kiev, ...

                                               

With

With or With may refer to: Carl Johannes with 1877-1923, Danish doctor and arachnologist. With album 2014, South Korean pop Duo Tohoshinki. With the character, a character in D. N. Angel. With a preposition in the English language. With A Novel, ...

                                               

Withee

Withee may refer to: The city of Withee, Wisconsin, a town, United States. Niram Withee 1827-1887, American politician. Withee, Wisconsin, a village, United States. Mabel Withee about 1897-1952, American actress.

                                               

Withington (disambiguation)

John Withington 1865-1944, Australian politician. Shane Withington b. 1958, Australian actor. Paul Withington 1888-1966, a player in American football. Lothrop Withington 1856-1915 American genealogist, historian and editor of the Book. William H ...

                                               

Withrow

Chris Withrow was born in 1989, is an American professional baseball player. Gardner Robert Withrow, 1892-1964, a former member of the U.S. house of representatives. Cory Withrow, 1975, an NFL football player. William Henry Withrow, 1839-1908, ca ...

                                               

Witmer

John Vitmer, canadian musician. Lightner Vitmer, American psychologist. Elizabeth Vitmer, canadian politician. Tamara Vitmer, American model and actor. Denison Vitmer, American composer. Charles B. Vitmer, U.S. Federal judge.

                                               

WITS

Wits or wits may refer to: Academy of wits in 2015 teen sitcom on Nickelodeon. The Wisconsin Institute for Torah study, Jewish yeshiva in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Water telemetry industry standard, communication Protocol. Worldwide incidents trackin ...

                                               

Wittels

Wittels is a surname. Famous faces Wittels with the name include: Harris Wittels 1984-2015, American actor, comedian, writer and musician. Stephanie Wittels born in 1981, American voice actress. In Fritz Wittels 1880-1950, Austrian, and American ...

                                               

Wittgenstein (disambiguation)

Ludwig Wittgenstein-philosopher. Wittgenstein may also refer to: Wittgenstein castle, near bad Laasphe. The film Wittgenstein, a biopic of 1993 Ludwig Wittgenstein. Wittgenstein, a fictional computer in the Brave little toaster and the brave litt ...

                                               

Witton

Whitton can refer to one of several places in England: Whitton, the historical name of the square, Northwich, Cheshire. The Witton Albion F. C. The Witton area of Blackburn, Lancashire. Whitton, the historical name of East Witton, North Yorkshire ...

                                               

Witz

Chaim WITZ born in 1949, birth name of gene Simmons, American musician, band member of kiss. Emanuel WITZ 1717-1797, Swiss painter. Laurent WITZ, Director. (Лоран Витц директор) Vic Conrad, S. 1400-1445, German painter. Dan WITZ was born in 1957 ...

                                               

Witzel

Adolph Witzel 1847-1906, the German dentist. Vicelinus S. 1090 – 1154, theologian, Bishop of Oldenburg. Carl Witzel 1859-1916, the German dentist. Frank Witzel was born in 1955, was a German writer, musician. Julius Witzel 1863-1914, a German den ...

                                               

Witzleben (disambiguation)

Work background Witzleben 1783-1837, Prussian Lieutenant General, adjutant-General king Minister of war. The work of the historian background Witzleben 1916-1999, German army officer and military historian. Erwin von Witzleben 1881-1944, a German ...

                                               

Wodak

Alex Wodak, a physician and Director of the alcohol and drug service, St Vincents hospital, Sydney since 1982. Ernst arnošt Wodak, surgeon. Natasha Wodak was born in 1981, canadian stayers. Ruth Wodak in 1950, distinguished Professor and chair in ...

                                               

Woermann

                                               

Wohl

WOL is writing the wall, which corresponds to the English well German-well, sure. Also from Poland was elected. Alfred Wills 1863-1939, German chemist. Jacob Wills was born in 1997, the American right-wing conspiracy, fraud and Internet Troll. Ir ...

                                               

Woinarski

Woinarski may refer to: Gertrude Mary Zichy-Woinarski 1874-1955, an Australian social worker. Brian Woinarski born 1930, Australian rules footballer. Mount Woinarski, Antarctica. (Крепление Woinarski, Антарктида) John Woinarski active since 2001, ...

                                               

Wolcott

Fort Island Walcott. (Остров Форт Уолкотт) Wolcott, Indiana. (Уолкотт, Штат Индиана) The Village Of Wolcott, New York. Wolcott, Kansas. (Уолкотт, Штат Канзас) Wolcott, Vermont. (Уолкотт, Штат Вермонт) Wolcott, Colorado. (Уолкотт, Штат Колорадо) W ...

                                               

Woldenberg

Woldenberg Karakowski Jose, Mexican sociologist. Malcolm Woldenberg 1896-1982, canadian-American businessman and philanthropist. In Goldring Institute / woldenberg of southern Jewish life. Lords of graphs Woldenberg "background Wolhdenberg".

                                               

Wolf man (disambiguation)

The Wolf man 1941 film, the horror movie starring LON Chaney Jr. The Wolf man 1924 film, a silent movie starring John Gilbert, Norma Shearer. Wolfman 1979 film, a horror movie worth Keeter. The movie the wolf Man 2010 remake of the 1941 film star ...

                                               

Wolfenstein (disambiguation)

Wolfenstein is a video game series. Wolfenstein may also refer to: Wolfenstein: the new order 2014 game in the series. Wolfenstein rock, rocks between Tirschenreuth and Hohenwald in Bavaria. Return to castle Wolfenstein game of the 2001 series. W ...

                                               

Wolfgang (disambiguation)

The 1923-2019 Walter Wolfgang, German-born British socialist and a fighter for peace. Wolfgang wrestler in 1986, Barry young, a Scottish wrestler with the stage name "Wolfgang".

                                               

Wolfs

Wolves may refer to: Noemi wolves born in 1988, Belgian singer. Wolves, German name of the Towns, Hungary. Sophie wolves born in 1981, Belgian swimmer. Mike wolves born in 1970, canadian sailor.

                                               

Wolfsberg

The castle of Wolfsberg, Carinthia, in Wolfsberg, Carinthia. Wolfsberg, Carinthia, district of the capital in Carinthia, Austria. Wolfsberg airport, private use airport located near Wolfsberg, Carinthia, Austria. Wolfsberg Eggenfelden, district i ...

                                               

Wolfstein

Wolfstein may refer to Places: Verbandsgemeinde wolfstein, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Wolfstein, Rhineland-Palatinate, municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Wolfstein Principality, a minor Principality in the Holy Roman Empire. New c ...

                                               

Wolke

Wolke may refer to: surname: Manfred Wolke, German boxer. Wolke K., Rudy, a member of instant clarity. Bruno Wolke, German cyclist. Robert wolke Professor of chemistry and author. name: Wolke Hegenbarth German actress.

                                               

Wollaston

Wollaston, Quincy, Massachusetts, district of in the city of Quincy, Massachusetts. The Wollaston theatre, historic building. Subway station, Wollaston station, metro station. Wollaston beach, public beach. Mount Wollaston, various locations in Q ...

                                               

Wolstenholme

Woolley of Wolstenholme 1947-2010, English musician, keyboard player with Barclay James harvest. Sir John Wolstenholme, 1st baronet S. 1596-1670, English politician and landowner. Eddie was born Wolstenholme c. 1954, English football referee. Jon ...

                                               

Wondra

                                               

Wonga

Wonga Park, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria. Wong, a town in South Gippsland Shire, Victoria. Arthurs seat, Victoria, mountain and small village, the name of the indigenous Wong.

                                               

Wooderson

Wooderson may refer to: Wooderson, QLD, an area in the region of Gladstone, Queensland, Australia. Sydney Wooderson, English of the middle distance runner.

                                               

Woodfield

                                               

Woodgate

Woodgate, Devon, a location in England. Woodgate, Worcestershire, locations in England. Woodgate, Cumbria, England. (Вудгейт, Камбрия, Англия) Woodgate, Birmingham, West Midlands, England. Woodgate, new York, USA. Woodgate, Indiana, USA. (Вудгейт ...

                                               

Woodhall

Woodhall Park, a Country house near watton-At-stone, Hertfordshire. Woodhall, Lincolnshire, England. (Вудхолл, Линкольншир, Англия) Woodhall, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Вудхолл, Эдинбург, Шотландия) The site of the former Woodhall railway station junc ...

                                               

Woodham

Cecil Woodham-Smith, 1896 – 1977, British historian. Luke Woodham was born in 1981, American murderer. Dai Woodham 1919 – 1994, the British businessman.

                                               

Woodhull

Woodhull may refer to: Woodhull Township, Michigan. (Вудхалл Тауншип, Мичиган) Woodhull, Illinois. (Вудхалл, Иллинойс) Woodhull Lake, New York. Woodhull, New York. (Вудхалл, Нью-Йорк) Woodhull medical and Mental Health Center, Brooklyn, new York. ...

                                               

Woodland (disambiguation)

Forest, Georgia. (Леса, Грузия) Forest Lumber City, Georgia. Woodland, Illinois. (Вудленд, Штат Иллинойс) Woodland, Washington, Maine. (Вудленд, Вашингтон, Мэн) Woodland Township, Michigan. (Вудленд-Тауншип, Штат Мичиган) Cave city, Kentucky or w ...

                                               

Woodley

Woodley, Hampshire, UK location near Romsey in Hampshire, England. Woodley, Berkshire, a small town near reading in Berkshire, England, UK. Woodley, Nairobi, a suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, Nairobi South. Woodley, greater Manchester, a suburban area ...

                                               

Woodman

Woodman, California. (Вудман, Калифорния) The village of Woodman, Wisconsin. Woodmans, Washington. (Woodmans, Вашингтон) The Town Of Woodman, Wisconsin. Worked as a statistician in the Union building, located in Hot springs, Arkansas. Woodman poi ...

                                               

Woodworth

Woodworth, North Dakota. (Вудворт, Северная Дакота) USA. (США) Woodworth, Illinois. (Вудворт, Иллинойс) Woodworth, Ohio. (Вудворт, Огайо) Woodworth, North Carolina. (Вудворт, Северная Каролина) Woodworth, Louisiana. (Вудворт, Луизиана) Canada. (К ...

                                               

Woodyard

Mark says, baseball player. Wesley woodyard, American football player. Terrence, says the basketball player. Harry woodyard Illinois, American politician. Harry S. forest exchange, American politician. John Robert, says physicist from United Stat ...

                                               

Woof

Wow AM radio station 560 hours in Dothan, Alabama, USA. Woof-FM, radio 99.7 FM Dothan. Woof label. (Метки гав) Bass driver speaker that produces low frequency sounds. "Wow" one, in 1999 single from rapper Snoop Dogg.

                                               

Woolcott

Peter Wolcott born in 1953, Australian public servant. William Woollcott V. 1876-1949, American businessman. Richard Wolcott was born in 1927, an Australian diplomat, author and commentator. Alexander Woollcott 1887-1943, American critic and comm ...

                                               

Wooldridge

George B. Wooldridge, business Manager first nigger minstrel troupe. Susan Wooldridge born 1952, British actress. Adrian Wooldridge, Washington Bureau chief of the Economist. William 1922-2012 O. Wooldridge, first Sergeant major of the U.S. army. ...

                                               

Woolford

Julian Woolford modern British theatre Director and writer. Donnell Woolford was born in 1966, American professional football player. Simon Woolford 1975, Australian Rugby player. Martin Woodford was born 1985, English footballer. Cyril Woolford ...

                                               

Woollaston (disambiguation)

Woollaston is a village in Staffordshire, England. Woollaston may also refer to: Woollaston baronets, a title in the Book of baronets of great Britain. Tatiana Woollaston was born in 1967, is a professional snooker referee. Ben Woollaston was bor ...

                                               

Woollum

Woollum may refer to: Woollum, Kentucky, a community in Knox County. Charlie Woollum, the former basketball coach Bucknell bison mens.

                                               

Woolridge (disambiguation)

Andre Wooldridge, American basketball player. Orlando Wooldridge, American basketball player. Elizabeth Wooldridge Grant, American musician, professionally known as Lana Del Rey. James Wooldridge. (Джеймс Вулдридж) Randolph Wooldridge, cricketer. ...

                                               

Woolsey

Wolsey may refer to: In places: Woolsey flat, California, former settlement. Woolsey, Georgia, USA, city. Woolsey Hall, the main hall at Yale University in new haven, Connecticut. People: Calvin Woolsey, American physician and pianist. Lynn Wools ...

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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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