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Numerology information Ferid:
- Name Number: 6. Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Additional information Ferid:
- Azerbaijani and Bosnian form of FARID
Definition funny of Ferid:
- man that girl had a massive ferid it was like a pubic cushion
Songs about Ferid:
- ?yi Ki Do?dun Ferid by Fikriye Karaca, Eser Ulun from the Album ?yi Ki Do?dun Ferid
Books about Ferid:
- Dr. Murad and Nitric Oxide - Nov 10, 2013 by Dr. Ferid Murad and Dr. Daniel Cheng-Shing Chen
- Cinemas of the Black Diaspora: Diversity, Dependence, and Oppositionality (Contemporary Approaches to Film and... - Jan 1, 1996 by Michael T. Martin and Mark A. Reid
- Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Therapeutic Implications, Volume 34: Nitric Oxide: Biochemistry, Molecular... - Nov 6, 1995 by Louis J. Ignarro and Ferid Murad
- Turn My Head to the Caucasus: The Biography of Osman Ferid Pasha - Dec 16, 2009 by Aydin Osman Erkan
- Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Practices - Dec 10, 2013 by Ferid Azemi
- Self-Calibration of Multi-Camera Systems - Dec 23, 2010 by Ferid Bajramovic
- Collaborative Innovation in Drug Discovery: Strategies for Public and Private Partnerships (Wiley Series on Technologies... - Apr 14, 2014 by Rathnam Chaguturu and Ferid Murad
- HIV I: Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis: Clinical Applications, Volume 56, Second Edition (Advances in Pharmacology) - Dec 28, 2007 by Kuan-Teh Jeang and J. Thomas August
- Antioxidants in Disease Mechanisms and Therapy, Volume 38: Antioxidants in Disease Mechanisms and Therapeutic... - Oct 23, 1996 by Lester Packer and J. Thomas August
- The Wellness Solution - 2006 by M.D. Edward Taub and M.D. Ferid Murad
Wiki information Ferid:
- Ferid Murad
- Person, Organization leader, Influence Node, Academic, Organization advisor, Award Winner
Ferid Murad is a physician and pharmacologist, and a co-winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. He is also an honorary member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Kosovo.
- Damat Ferid Pasha
- Deceased Person, Person, Politician
Damat Mehmed Adil Ferid Pasha, known simply as Damat Ferid Pasha, was an Ottoman statesman of Albanian origin who held the office of Grand Vizier during two periods under the reign of the last Ottoman Sultan Mehmed VI Vahdeddin, the first time...
- Ferid Chouchane
- Soccer, Athlete, Football player, Person, Measured person, Olympic athlete
Ferid Chouchane is a retired Tunisian football defender. He played for Étoile du Sahel and Club Africain in Tunisia and had spells at Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
- Ferid Muhić
- Author, Person
Ferid Muhić is President of the Bosniak Academy of Sciences and Arts. He is a professor of Philosophy at University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. He started his academic career as Assistant at the Institute for Sociological...
- Ferid Heider
- Man, Person
Ferid Heider is a German Imam in Berlin. Heider is giving khutbahs and lectures, especially for German born and German speeking Muslim teenagers, in several mosques in Wedding, Spandau and Neukölln in Berlin in German language. He studied Islam in...
- Musical Artist
- Ferid Berberi
- Man, Person
Ferid Berberi is an Albanian sportsman. He broke 37 National weightlifting records as an athlete and was a National Champion for 7 years from 1961-1973. As a trainer, notable students he has helped develop include Pyrros Dimas, Alexander Kondo and...
- Ferid Džanić
- Person, Deceased Person
Ferid Džanić was a Bosniak soldier during World War II who was killed in southern France at age 25 during an anti-German rebellion.
- Ferid Imam
Ferid Imam is a citizen of Canada who is believed to have provided military training to al Qaeda jihadists in Pakistan in 2008. Charges filed against him on March 15, 2011, were reported to have been the first time a Canadian to faced terrorism...
- Ferid Radeljaš
- Soccer Defender, Person
Ferid Radeljaš is a retired Bosnian professional footballer. He was a member of the FK Sarajevo squad that won the Yugoslav First League title in 1985.