Ferdinand

[Shakespeare] This is a category for announcers of horse racing in the Canada. ...
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Ferdinand

[The Tempest] Ferdinand is the prince of Naples and the son of Alonso, the King of Naples, in Shakespeare`s play, The Tempest. ==Fictional biography== Ferdinand is aboard the ship that is run aground due to the storm created by the sorcerer and old Duke, Prospero. Ferdinand is separated from his father and friends (purposely) by Ariel, the ...
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Ferdinand

(1865-1927) King of Romania from 1914, when he succeeded his uncle Charles I. In 1916 he declared war on Austria. After the Allied victory in World War I, Ferdinand acquired Transylvania and Bukovina from...
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Ferdinand

(1861-1948) King of Bulgaria 1908-18. Son of Prince Augustus of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, he was elected prince of Bulgaria in 1887 and, in 1908, proclaimed Bulgaria's independence from Turkey and assumed the...
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Ferdinand

King Ferdinand noun the king of Castile and Aragon who ruled jointly with his wife Isabella; his marriage to Isabella I in 1469 marked the beginning of the modern state of Spain and their capture of Granada from the Moors in 1492 united Spain as o...
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Ferdinand

(from the article `Love`s Labour`s Lost`) The play opens as Ferdinand, the king of Navarre, and three of his noblemen—Berowne (Biron), Longaville, and Dumaine (Dumain)—debate their ...
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Ferdinand

(from the article `Tempest, The`) ...As the play begins, Prospero raises the tempest in order to cast onto the shores of his island a party of Neapolitans returning to Naples from a ...
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Ferdinand

(from the article `Bouvines, Battle of`) ...that gave a decisive victory to the French king Philip II Augustus over an international coalition of the Holy Roman emperor Otto IV, King John of ...
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Ferdinand

(from the article `Saxon duchies`) ...in 1831 as Leopold I. Another, Albert, became the prince consort of Queen Victoria of Great Britain in 1840, and from them have descended the five ...
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Ferdinand

duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg and Prussian general field marshal who defended western Germany for his brother-in-law Frederick II the Great in the ... [1 related articles]
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Ferdinand

prince (1887–1908) and first king (1908–18) of modern Bulgaria.[4 related articles]
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand, 1793–1875, emperor of Austria (1835–48), son and successor of Emperor Francis I (who also, as Francis II, had been the last Holy Roman emperor). A well-meaning monarch in his lucid moments, he was subject to fits of insanity. A council of state that included Metternich governe...
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand, 1861–1948, czar of Bulgaria (1908–18), after being ruling prince (1887–1908). A grandnephew of Ernest I of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, he was chosen prince of Bulgaria after the enforced abdication of Prince Alexander. He was, however, opposed by Russia, and it was not until 1896...
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand, 1721–92, Prussian field marshal, a prince of the house of Brunswick, known as Ferdinand, duke of Brunswick. He served King Frederick II of Prussia brilliantly in the Seven Years War, notably by his victories at Krefeld (1758) and Minden (1759).
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand, 1865–1927, king of Romania (1914–27), nephew of Carol I. The second son of the Prussian prince, Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, he was designated successor to the heirless Carol I in 1880. In 1893 he married Marie, daughter of Alfred, duke of Edinburgh and of Saxe-Coburg-...
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand is the son of the King of Naples in the tempest.
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Ferdinand

(of Romania) King of Romania from 1914, when he succeeded his uncle Charles I. In 1916 he declared war on Austria. After the Allied victory in World War I, Ferdinand acquired Transylvania and Bukovina from Austria-Hungary, and Bessarabia from Russia. In 1922 he became king of this Greater ...
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Ferdinand

(I) King of Castile from 1035. He began the reconquest of Spain from the Moors and united all northwestern Spain under his and his brothers' rule
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand is a German name for boys. The meaning is `courageous voyager` The name Ferdinand is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Ferdinand there. It is short for: N?or Use for the other sex: Fernanda, Ferdinanda, Fernande What do they use in other countries? Nanne Fernando (Spanish) Ferran ...
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Ferdinand

[horse] He entered stud in 1989 and was later sold to a breeding farm in Japan in 1994. Much to the outrage of many horse racing enthusiasts, reports indicate that in 2002 Ferdinand was sent to slaughter in Japan with no fanfare or notice to previous owners. He likely became either pet food or steaks for human consumption. Ferdinand`s death...
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Ferdinand

[moon] Ferdinand (d {Respell|FUR|də-nand}) is the outermost retrograde irregular satellite of Uranus. It was discovered by Matthew J. Holman, John J. Kavelaars, Dan Milisavljevic, and Brett J. Gladman on August 13, 2001, and given the provisional designation S/2001 U 2. Despite being seen again on September 21 and November 15 and even a ye...
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Ferdinand

Ferdinand is a Germanic name composed of the elements frith `protection` (or alternatively farð `journey, travel`), and nanth `courage`. The name was adopted in Romance languages from its use in the Visigothic Kingdom. It is reconstructed as either Gothic Ferdinanths or Frithunanths. It became popular in German-speaking Europe only from the...
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