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  • 1Ferber — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alan Ferber (* 1975), US amerikanischer Jazz Posaunist und Komponist Albert Ferber (* 1923), deutscher Ringer Albert Ferber (Pianist) (* 1911), Schweizer Pianist Christian Ferber (1919–1992), eigentlich… …

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  • 2Ferber — is the surname of: * Edna Ferber (1885 1968), American novelist, author and playwright * Herbert Ferber (1906 1991), an American sculptor and painter * Jonathan Ferber ( born 1942), American agriculturist * Markus Ferber (born 1965), German… …

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  • 3Ferber — Ferber, fransk kaptajn, en af Frankrigs første pionerer på flyveområdet, født 1862, blev af den franske regering sendt til Dayton (Nordamerika) for at studere brdr. Wright s flyveforsøg. Efter hjemkomsten til Frankrig foretog han en del praktiske …

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  • 4ferber — FÉRBER, ferbere, s.n. (înv.) Numele unui joc de cărţi. – Din germ. Färbel. Trimis de LauraGellner, 08.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  férber s. n., pl. férbere Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic …

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  • 5Ferber — (izg. fèrber), Edna (1887 1968) DEFINICIJA američka novinarka i književnica, sa simpatijama pisala o američkoj srednjoj klasi (Ploveće kazalište) …

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  • 6Ferber — Ferber, 1) Johann Karl Christoph, geb. 1739 zu Gonna in Sachsen, widmete sich in Jena dem Studium der Philosophie u. Theologie u. wurde Professer der Moral, Logik u. Metaphysik in Helmstedt, wo er 1786 starb; er schrieb: Vernunftlehre, Helmst.… …

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  • 7Ferber — Porté en Alsace Lorraine, c est une variante de l allemand Färber, qui désigne un teinturier (moyen haut allemand verwaere) …

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  • 8Ferber — This unusual and interesting surname is of Old German origin, and is from an occupational name for a dyer, derived from the German farber , an agent derivative of the Middle High German varwe , colour, itself deriving from the Old German pre 10th …

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  • 9Ferber — Fẹrber   [ fəːbə],    1) Edna, amerikanische Schriftstellerin ungarischer Herkunft, * Kalamazoo (Michigan) 15. 8. 1887, ✝ New York 16. 4. 1968; schrieb populäre Romane und Erzählungen, die meist in einer Mischung realistischer und sentimentaler… …

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  • 10Ferber — noun United States novelist; author of several popular novels (1887 1968) • Syn: ↑Edna Ferber • Instance Hypernyms: ↑writer, ↑author …

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  • 11Ferber — biographical name Edna 1887 1968 American writer …

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  • 12Ferber — /ferr beuhr/, n. Edna, 1887 1968, U.S. novelist, short story writer, and playwright. * * * …

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  • 13Ferber — Färber …

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  • 14Ferber — Fer•ber [[t]ˈfɜr bər[/t]] n. big Edna, 1887–1968, U.S. writer …

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  • 15Ferber — /ˈfɜbə/ (say ferbuh) noun Edna, 1887–1968, US novelist, short story writer, and dramatist …

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  • 16FERBER, HERBERT — (Silvers; 1906–1991), U.S. sculptor and painter. A native of New York City, Ferber was born Herbert Ferber Silvers. While studying at the City University of New York and Columbia University, where he received a B.S. (1927) and a D.D.S. (1930),… …

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  • 17FERBER, ẒEVI HIRSCH — (1879–1966), English rabbi. Ferber was born in Kovno and studied in Lithuanian yeshivot. In 1911 he settled in England and after teaching Talmud in Manchester was appointed rabbi of the West End Talmud Torah Synagogue in London, where he remained …

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  • 18FERBER, EDNA — (1887–1968), U.S. novelist and playwright. She was born into a middle class family in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and at the age of 17 became a newspaper reporter in Appleton, Wisconsin. Later she went to the Milwaukee Journal and the Chicago Tribune.… …

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  • 19Ferber, Nicolaus — • A Friar Minor and controversialist, born at Herborn, Germany, in 1485; died at Toulouse, 15 April, 1534 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 20Ferber, Edna — born Aug. 15, 1887, Kalamazoo, Mich., U.S. died April 16, 1968, New York, N.Y. U.S. novelist and short story writer. Ferber began her career at age 17 as a reporter in Wisconsin. Her early stories were collected in Emma McChesney & Co. (1915) and …

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