A379 through Churchstow

Churchstow is a small village situated on the A379 road in the South Hams district in south Devon, England.

- Churchstow

Charleton, Chillington, Chivelstone, Churchstow, Cornwood, Cornworthy, Curtisknowle

- South Hams
Abalone board and marbles
Surakarta gameboard and starting setup
Oware game from Cameroon
Surakarta with blue and yellow counters
Backgammon board and checkers
A bridge hand being played
Chess board and pieces
Chinese chess board
Chinese dark chess (banqi) board and pieces
Connect Four travel version by Milton Bradley
Connect6 board and pieces
Domino pieces – played and unplayed

Surakarta is one of the games played regularly at the annual Computer Olympiad.

- Surakarta (game)

Surakarta (2)

- Computer Olympiad
Abalone board and marbles
February 16: The Act of Independence of Lithuania
February 23: Estonian Declaration of Independence
Styles of Lucy, Lady Duff-Gordon, as presented in a vaudeville circuit pantomime and sketched by Marguerite Martyn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in April 1918
June 10: Austro-Hungarian battleship Szent István sunk by Italian torpedo boats
Szent István
July 17: Execution of the Romanov family
August 30: Attempted assassination of Lenin, depicted by Vladimir Pchelin
November 9: Proclamation of German Republic by Philipp Scheidemann in Berlin on the Reichstag balcony
Signatories to the Armistice of 11 November 1918 with Germany, ending WWI, pose outside Marshal Foch's railway carriage
November 11: Front page of The New York Times on Armistice Day
Flag of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
João Figueiredo
Gamal Abdel Nasser
Nicolae Ceaușescu
John Forsythe
Julian Schwinger
João Goulart
James Tobin
Frederick Reines
Pearl Bailey
William Holden
Mike Wallace
Richard Feynman
Eddy Arnold
Yasuhiro Nakasone
Ingmar Bergman
Bertram Brockhouse
Nelson Mandela
Paul D. Boyer
Frederick Sanger
Shankar Dayal Sharma
Leonard Bernstein
Katherine Johnson
Oscar Luigi Scalfaro
Jens Christian Skou
Robert Walker
Rita Hayworth
Spiro Agnew
Jeff Chandler
Kurt Waldheim
Helmut Schmidt
Anwar Sadat
Georg Cantor
María Dolores Rodríguez Sopeña
Gustav Klimt
Sultan Abdul Hamid II
Claude Debussy
Martin Sheridan
Karl Ferdinand Braun
Manfred von Richthofen
Gavrilo Princip
Maria Magdalena Merten
Kyrion II of Georgia
Sultan Mehmed V
James McCudden
Quentin Roosevelt
Emperor Nicholas II of Russia
Henry Macintosh
Marianne Cope
George Reid
Eduard, Duke of Anhalt
Prince Erik, Duke of Vastmanland
Wilfred Owen
Sidónio Pais
Sultan Ali bin Hamud of Zanzibar
Princess Leonilla Bariatinskaya

1918 – Molly Geertsema, Dutch lawyer and politician, Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands (d. 1991)

- October 18

October 18 – The Washington Declaration proclaims the independent Czechoslovak Republic.

- 1918
February 16: The Act of Independence of Lithuania
Theatrical release poster
Few key sequences were filmed at the Ananuri Bridge (pictured) in Tbilisi, Georgia.

2015 Indian Telugu-language romantic war film written and directed by Krish.

- Kanche

2016 Krish - Kanche

- CineMAA Awards
Theatrical release poster
Geographic oblique, view southwesterly toward Kāneohe from MCB Hawaii as captured from NASA World Wind

Meyer was involved in the real estate business and lived in Kaneohe, Hawaii.

- Colleen Meyer

Colleen Meyer, Hawaii state legislator and businesswoman

- Kaneohe, Hawaii

Third mixtape by American rapper Chance the Rapper.

- Coloring Book (mixtape)

The album follows several mixtapes by the rapper including the reissue of his collaborative Merry Christmas Lil' Mama in 2017, and was his first solo project since Coloring Book in 2016.

- The Big Day (album)
Coccolepis sp. fossil at the State Natural History Museum, Braunschweig

The other species were previously referred to the genus Coccolepis.

- Morrolepis

Coccolepis andrewsi Woodward, 1891 → Morrolepis andrewsi (Woodward, 1891)

- Coccolepis
Cinereous tinamou
Cinereous bunting
Cinereous vulture

The term cinereous describes its colouration.

- Cinereous ground tyrant

The colour name cinereous is used especially in the names of birds with ash grey plumage with a slight coppery brown tinge, including the cinereous antshrike (Thamnomanes caesius), cinereous becard (Pachyramphus rufus), cinereous bunting (Emberiza cineracea), cinereous conebill (Conirostrum cinereum), cinereous finch (Piezorhina cinerea), cinereous ground-tyrant (Muscisaxicola cinereus), cinereous harrier (Circus cinereus), cinereous mourner (Laniocera hypopyrra), cinereous-breasted spinetail (Synallaxis hypospodia), cinereous tinamou (Crypturellus cinereus), cinereous tyrant (Knipolegus striaticeps), cinereous vulture (Aegypius monachus), and cinereous warbling-finch (Poospiza cinerea).

- Cinereous
Cinereous tinamou
The body of Cavataio after the shooting at Viale Lazio
A view of Ciaculli with Palermo on the background and Monte Grifone on the left

The Ciaculli massacre on 30 June 1963 was caused by a car bomb that exploded in Ciaculli, an outlying suburb of Palermo, killing seven police and military officers sent to defuse it after an anonymous phone call.

- Ciaculli massacre

Ciaculli was the location of the Ciaculli Massacre, in which several police and military officers were killed by a bomb intended for Salvatore Greco "Ciaschiteddu".

- Ciaculli
The body of Cavataio after the shooting at Viale Lazio
Pre-1999 flag of Sardinia; it is similar to the traditional flag of Corsica.
Guglielmo Giannini in 1955
Location of Sardinia

Short-lived right-wing populist, monarchist and anti-communist political party in Italy.

- Common Man's Front

Lussu and the Sardinian Action Party championed in fact a solution that saw the island as a state associated with a federal country, rather than being assimilated like an ordinary Italian region within a unitary framework, but such demands were met with strong opposition from the Italian statewide parties: the Christian Democracy (DC), around which the majority of the island's notables were then gathered, supported in fact a generic regional framework with some devolution, geared towards accommodation for the central government in Rome; the Liberal Party (PLI) advocated for what little autonomy was needed to carry out only the administrative functions, without the capacity to create any regional laws; the Communist Party (PCI), which shut down the Communist Party of Sardinia two years earlier, was hostile to the idea of giving Sardinia any autonomy at all, the Italian Communists considering it a reactionary tool that stood in the way of a transformation towards a single Italian Communist society; the right-wing parties and the Common Man's Front were against the idea of Sardinian autonomy as well, because of Italian nationalism.

- Sardinian nationalism