Facebook (Electronic resource)
In the first decade of the 2000s, social network sites (SNS) emerged as one of the dominant means for accessing information and communication online.
Falconet, Étienne-Maurice (1716 - 1791)
1716-91 French sculptor He was born in Paris, became a pupil of François Le Moyne , and was director of sculpture at the Sèvres porcelain factory from
( fôl'kənrē, fô'–, făl'– ), sport of hunting birds or small animals with falcons or other types of hawks; eagles are used in some parts of the world.
Falla, Manuel de (1876 - 1946)
Spanish composer. The folk music (flamenco) of southern Spain is a major part of his compositions. His opera La vida breve/Brief Life (1905; first
Farrar, Geraldine (1882 - 1967)
Geraldine Farrar was one of the most famous women of her time and arguably the finest operatic talent of the early 1900s. She was amazingly popular
in dress, the prevailing mode affecting modifications in costume. Styles in Asia have been characterized by freedom from change, and ancient Greek and
Fassbinder, Rainer Werner (1946 - 1982)
( rì'nər vĕr'nər fäs'bĭn´´dər ), 1946–82, German filmmaker, b. Bad Wörishofen, Bavaria. One of the most highly regarded and prolific directors of the
Fauré, Gabriel (Urbain) (1845 - 1924)
French composer. He wrote songs, chamber music, and a choral Requiem (1887–89). He was a pupil of Saint-Saëns, became professor of composition at the
The protagonist of a popular German tale in which a scholar makes a pact with the Devil; based on a historical 16th-century figure, the legend has
Movement in modern French painting characterized by the use of very bold, vivid, pure colours. The name is a reference to the fact that the works