Definition of Faurer

1. faur [adv] - See also: faur



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faurer

fauna
faunae
faunal
faunally
faunas
faunation
faunist
faunistic
faunistically
faunists
faunlike
fauns
faunus
faur
faurd
faurer (current term)
faurest
fausen
fausens
faussebraye
faussebrayes
faustiest
faustite
fausty
faut
faute de mieux
fauted
fauteuil
fauteuils
fauting

Literary usage of Faurer

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1. C3I: Issues of Command & Control edited by Thomas P. Coakley (1994)
"[faurer] It's terribly important. We haven't solved the C3I-related ... [faurer] It is not a new problem, but it is accentuated by automation in the fusion ..."

2. Marilyn And Friends by Charles-Henri Favrod (2005)
"... who was also assistant to great photographers such as Martin Munkacsi, Louis faurer and Bert Stem, ln 1958 they worked so closely together that some of ..."

3. Security Awareness in the 1980s: Featured Articles From Security Awareness (1992)
"In a recent New York Times interview, former NS A Director, Lieut General Lincoln D. faurer, illustrated the problem: A recent House Intelligence Committee ..."

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