Fereydoon Motamed (also known as Amir Fereydoun Motamed, Amir Fereydoon Motamed or Fereydoon H. Motamed), (1917 born in Tehran, Iran – 1993 death in Charlottesville, Virginia), was an internationally known professor and linguist, winner of the Louis de Broglie award, from the Académie française, and recipient of literary award "Le Grand Prix Littéraire d'Iran" from Writer's Association of French Language.

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  • Fereydoon Motamed (also known as Amir Fereydoun Motamed, Amir Fereydoon Motamed or Fereydoon H. Motamed), (1917 born in Tehran, Iran – 1993 death in Charlottesville, Virginia), was an internationally known professor and linguist, winner of the Louis de Broglie award, from the Académie française, and recipient of literary award "Le Grand Prix Littéraire d'Iran" from Writer's Association of French Language. (en)
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  • Fereydoon Motamed (also known as Amir Fereydoun Motamed, Amir Fereydoon Motamed or Fereydoon H. Motamed), (1917 born in Tehran, Iran – 1993 death in Charlottesville, Virginia), was an internationally known professor and linguist, winner of the Louis de Broglie award, from the Académie française, and recipient of literary award "Le Grand Prix Littéraire d'Iran" from Writer's Association of French Language. (en)
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