What is the origin of the surname Faust?

Answer The origin of the surname Faust is medieval Germany. "Faust" in German means fist and is typically a nickname for someone who is very angry or strong-willed. The surname could also be derived from ... Read More »

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Is Faust a legend a myth or a folk tale and why?

Faust is a German folk tale. It isn't a myth because it was never accepted as a religious or ideological truth. The story was always accepted as fictitious and it contains a specific moral.

Who wrote murder she wrote?

It is created by: Peter S. Fischer Richard Levinson William Link

Who wrote Ben Hur?

Ben Hur Ben-Hur is the fictional story of Ben-Hur (Hebrew: יהודה בן חור) or Benhur, a Judean aristocrat who, during the reign of the Roman Emperor Tiberius, is enslaved through the betray... Read More »

Who wrote 24 CFR 5.609?

Alphonso Jackson, who served as Housing and Urban Development Secretary from 2004 to 2008, wrote 24 CFR 5.609 in 2005. Title 24 of the Code of Federal Regulations Section 5.609 revises the annual i... Read More »