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Go

Go (weiqi, baduk) is a board logic game played on a board, which consists of 19 vertical and 19 horizontal lines. This strategic game, somewhat reminiscent of the well-known checkers, involves two players with 180 stones at their disposal, which are placed on the board during the game.
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Dmitry Alekseevich Milyutin

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Satellite Navigation (GPS)

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Calligraphy

At school, any person is taught not only to write, but to do it beautifully. Calligraphy is a part of the visual arts, only symbols are the object here. You can learn to write beautifully if you just want to. As practice shows, problems are usually far-fetched, and delusions can always be debunked.
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Crocodiles

The crocodile (Crocodylia, or Loricata) is an aquatic reptile and is a carnivorous animal. The word & 34; crocodile & 34; translated from Greek as & 34; Pebble worm & 34 ;. This name the animal received & 34; thanks to & 34; your bumpy skin. The habitat of crocodiles is the tropical and subtropical zones of countries such as Africa, Australia, Eurasia, America.
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Immanuel Kant

Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) is a German scientist and philosopher. Kant is considered the ancestor of German classical idealism. I. Kant's hometown is Königsberg. Here he studied and subsequently worked. From 1755 to 1770, Kant had the title of associate professor, and in the period from 1770 to 1796 - professor of the university.
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