Fabricius

(from the article `Prague, Defenestration of`) ...an assembly of Protestants at Prague, where the imperial regents, William Slavata and Jaroslav Martinic, were tried and found guilty of violating ...
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Fabricius

Type: Term Pronunciation: fă-bris′iē-us Definitions: 1. Girolamo (Hieronymus ab Aquapendente), Italian anatomist and embryologist, 1537-1619. See: bursa fabricii
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Fabricius

Fabricius (Caius Fabricius Luscinus) (fubrish'us fäbrēä'nō) , d. 250 B.C., Roman general and statesman, distinguished for simplicity of habit and probity in public life. He persuaded the Tarentines to abstain from war with Rome and, as consul (282 B.C.), defeated the Bo...
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Fabricius

[crater] ==Satellite craters== By convention these features are identified on lunar maps by placing the letter on the side of the crater midpoint that is closest to Fabricius. ...
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Fabricius

Fabricius (smith, Schmied, Schmidt) is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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