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Fa·ber

(fah'bĕr),
Knud H., Danish physician, 1862-1956. See: Faber anemia, Faber syndrome.
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Later on in the episode McGregor tried to organise a behind-closed-doors bout between him and Faber after the Team Alpha Male founder insisted he could beat the Dubliner with ease.
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As well as the literature of authenticity, Faber reminds us, there is a literature of enchantment, which invites the reader to participate in the not-real in order to wake from a dream of reality to the ineffability, strangeness and brevity of life on Earth.
Faber is a leading European company providing solutions for complete audiovisual productions.
Cees Faber, President of Faber, adds, "This will be a great transition for Faber clients, staff and partners.
Mrs Faber said: "We had a banner and a party in McDonalds with cake and balloons.
Using the Faber Studio Collection, students could first play a classical song, then rock, and so on.
But how does Faber become my patron saint of business?
Our customers have always had a thirst for good quality fiction, and this groundbreaking collaboration with Faber will allow us to introduce them to a rich vein of writers and some of the most talented and passionate thinkers in publishing.
In 1847, Faber began publishing the Lives of the Modern Saints.
Brazilian UFC star Renan Barao outclassed Californian Urijah Faber to earn the interim bantamweight title in a unanimous decision at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, on Saturday night.
Skios by Michael Frayn (Faber and Faber, pounds 15.