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Feo
   is translated as   
Ugly
FeO
   is   
Ferrous Oxide
Iron(II) oxide, also known by its former name ferrous oxide or informally as iron monoxide, is one of the iron oxides. It is a black-colored powder. It should not be confused with rust, which usually consists of hydrated iron(III) oxide (ferric oxide
Maffeo Barberini
   is the birth name of   
Urban VIII
Started the trial against Galileo Galilei
Cristoph Willibald Gluck
   composed   
Orfeo Ed Euridice
(1762) Based on the mythological journey of Orpheus to the Underworld.
Konrad Bloch and Feodor Lynen
   won for work on   
Regulation of the Cholesterol and Fatty Acid Metabolism
1964
Tsar Feodor III
   reigned from   
1676-1682
Reformed civil and military services where all officers would be determined by merit and the will of the sovereign.
Feologild
   was Archbishop of Canterbury from   
832 - 832
Abbot of Canterbury
Feodora
   is located in   
Germany
Feoras
   means   
Stone
(FEE-uh-rus)(Gr) Pierce.
Mussorgsky: Song of the Flea
   was released by   
Feodor Chaliapin
1926 - inducted in 1999
The Lesser Evil (1998)
   starred   
Colm Feore, Tony Goldwyn and Arliss Howard
Director: David Mackay
National Security (2003)
   starred   
Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn and Colm Feore
Director: Dennis Dugan. Also starred Eric Roberts, Bill Duke & Timothy Busfield
Tsar Feodor II
   reigned from   
1605-1605
Was 16 when proclaimed Tsar. He was strangled within 10 days of becoming Tsar.
Tsar Feodor I
   reigned from   
1584-1598
Had an inclination to travel the land and ring bells in churches.
Boris Pasternak
   created the character   
Larisa Feodorovna Guishar
Doctor Zhivago
Orfeo Ed Euridice
   features the aria   
"Che Faro Senza Euridice"
Christoph Willibald Gluck
Feodor Deahna
   died in   
1844 aged 29 cause Unknown
mathematician German
Feodor Rojankovsky
   won for   
Frog Went A-Courtin' (1956)
Christoph Willibald Gluck
   composed the opera   
Orfeo Ed Euridice
First to emphasize drama over the star singers, it did away with dry recitative






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