An extract on #neurowild
Spanish designation of the Northrop F-5B.
Temporary designation given to the YF-5B.
One F-5B was fitted with a 5,000 lbf (2,268 kgf) General Electric J85-GE-21 engine, and used as a prototype for the F-5E Tiger II.
Two-seat trainer version.
Two-seat trainer version of the F-5B for the Royal Norwegian Air Force.
Two-seat trainer version in use by the Spanish Air Force for air combat training.
Unbuilt trainer version.
F-5F Tiger II
Two-seat trainer version of F-5E Tiger II, AN/APQ-167 radar tested, intended to replace AN/APQ-157, but not carried out.
F-5F Tiger III
Upgraded trainer version of the F-5F in use by the Chilean Air Force.
Upgraded F-5F in use by the Republic of Singapore Air Force.
Upgraded trainer version of the F-5F for the Brazilian Air Force.
Foundation for Democratic Reforms, an Indian think tank
Front for Democracy and the Republic, a political coalition in Mali
People's Democratic Front (Indonesia) (Indonesian: Front Demokrasi Rakjat)
Revolutionary Democratic Front (Spanish: Frente Democrtico Revolucionario), a political organization in El Salvador
Northern Romania (historical region of Moldavia) boasts about a dozen painted monasteries, completely covered with frescos inside and out, that date from the last quarter of the 15th century to the second quarter of the 16th century. The most remarkable are the monastic foundations at Vorone (vo ro nets) (1487), Arbore (are' bo ray) (1503), Humor (hoo mor) (1530), and Moldovia (mol do vee' tsa) (1532). Sucevia (sue che vee' tsa), dating from 1600, represents a late return to the style developed some 70 years earlier. The tradition of painted churches continued into the 19th century in other parts of Romania, although never to the same extent.
Andrea Palladio, the famous Italian architect of the 16th century, built many mansions with plain exteriors and stunning interiors filled with frescoes.
Henri Clment Serveau produced several frescos including a three by six meter painting for the Lyce de Meaux, where he was once a student. He directed the cole de fresques at l'cole nationale suprieure des beaux-arts, and decorated the Pavillon du Tourisme at the 1937 Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne (Paris), Pavillon de la Ville de Paris; now at Muse d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. In 1954 he realized a fresco for the Cit Ouvrire du Laboratoire Dbat, Garches. He also executed mural decorations for the Plan des anciennes enceintes de Paris in the Muse Carnavalet.
The Foujita chapel in Reims completed in 1966, is an example of modern frescos, the interior being painted with religious scenes by the School of Paris painter Tsuguharu Foujita. In 1996, it was designated an historic monument by the French government.