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Eric Beishline

Eric Beishline is a convicted murderer who is suspected in the deaths of at least two additional elderly people. He was sentenced to life imprisonment in Missouri.

Arizona Sage

Salvia arizonica is a species of sage known commonly as desert indigo sage and Arizona sage. It can be distinguished from its relatives by its triangular, serrated leaves. It blooms copiously in small blue flowers. This is a vigorous sage which p ...

Australian Pine

Casuarina is a genus of 17 tree species in the family Casuarinaceae, native to Australia, the Indian subcontinent, southeast Asia, islands of the western Pacific Ocean, and eastern Africa. It was once treated as the sole genus in the family, but ...

Invasion of England

The 55 and 54 BC Caesars invasions of Britain. The 296 Roman invasion during Carausian Revolt. The fifth to sixth century Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain The 43 AD Roman conquest of Britain.

Shingle Street

Shingle Street is a small coastal hamlet in Suffolk, England, at the mouth of Orford Ness, situated between Orford and Bawdsey. Part of the coast is also known as Hollesley Bay; HM Young Offender Institution, Hollesley Bay Colony, is nearby. Shin ...

Artillery fern

Pilea microphylla also known as rockweed, artillery plant, gunpowder plant or brilhantina is an annual plant native to Florida, Mexico, the West Indies, and tropical Central and Southern America. In the southern part of Mexico, specifically Campe ...

Ardenwald axe murders

The Ardenwald axe murders is an unsolved mass murder that occurred in the early morning of June 9, 1911 in Ardenwald, then a neighboring community of Portland, Oregon, United States. The victims were the Hill family: William Hill, his wife Ruth, ...

Halloween 2015 Colorado Springs Shooting

On October 31, 2015, a shooting occurred near downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado. The shooting began around 8:45 a.m., though a 911 call was placed 10 minutes earlier on the morning of Saturday, October 31, which was Halloween. Three people were ...

Lynching of Roosevelt Townes and Robert McDaniels

Roosevelt Townes and Robert McDaniels, two black men, were lynched on April 13, 1937, in Duck Hill, Mississippi by a white mob after being labeled as the murderers of a white storekeeper. They had only been legally accused of the crime a few minu ...

Rocky Springs, Mississippi

Rocky Springs is a ghost town and historic site located in Claiborne County, Mississippi, United States, between Old Port Gibson Road and the Natchez Trace Parkway. The old town site can be viewed by the public during daylight hours. Rocky Spring ...

Sobuj Bangla-class patrol craft

Sobuj Bangla -class ships are constructed at Dockyard and Engineering Works Limited. Their design and construction is supported by China Shipbuilding Trading Company CSTC. They were ordered as part of the Bangladesh governments plan for expansion ...

Battle of Conjocta Creek

The Battle of Conjocta Creek was an attempt by British forces under the command of Lieutenant Colonel John Tucker to raid the American supply depots at the towns of Black Rock and Buffalo. The Raid was ordered by British Lieutenant General Gordon ...

Battle of Tiptons Island

The Battle of Tiptons Island was an engagement between a Shawnee war party and Indiana militia under command of John Tipton in April 1813 on the White River near Seymour, Indiana. In April 1813, during the War of 1812, a Shawnee war party killed ...

Engagements on Lake Ontario

The Engagements on Lake Ontario encompass the prolonged naval contest for control of the lake during the War of 1812. Few actions were fought, none of which had decisive results. The contest essentially became a naval building race, sometimes ref ...

Defense of the Cutter Eagle

The Defense of the Cutter Eagle is a battle on and around Long Island that took place from October 10 to 13, 1814, between the United Kingdoms Royal Navy and the United States Revenue Marine. Early on in the engagement, the United States only inv ...

HMS Aetna (1803)

HMS Aetna was the mercantile Success launched in 1803 at Littlehampton. The Admiralty purchased here in 1803 to convert her to a Royal Navy bomb vessel. Aetna participated in the second Battle of Copenhagen in 1807 and the Battle of the Basque Ro ...

New Orleans Squadron

The New Orleans Squadron or the New Orleans Station was a United States Navy squadron raised out of the growing threat the United Kingdom posed to Louisiana during the War of 1812. The first squadron consisted of over a dozen vessels and was most ...

USS Eagle (1814 schooner)

For other ships of the same name see USS Eagle. The schooner USS Eagle was the fourth vessel to bear the name and was one of three ships named USS Eagle during the War of 1812 by the United States. She was purchased by the navy at New Orleans, Lo ...

Kentucky in the War of 1812

During the War of 1812, Kentucky supplied numerous troops and supplies to the war effort. Because Kentucky did not have to commit manpower to defending fortifications, most Kentucky troops campaigned actively against the enemy. This led to Kentuc ...

Ohio in the War of 1812

During the War of 1812, Ohio was on the front lines in the conflict between the United States, Great Britain, Canadians, and the Native American allies of each side. Fighting raged in the northeastern section of the state and on the adjacent Lake ...

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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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