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Synonyms for fan

Synonyms for fan

to move or arrange so as to cover a larger area

one who ardently admires

a person who is ardently devoted to a particular subject or activity

Synonyms for fan

a device for creating a current of air by movement of a surface or surfaces

an enthusiastic devotee of sports

strike out (a batter), (of a pitcher)

make (an emotion) fiercer

agitate the air

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separate the chaff from by using air currents

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Supporters can purchase one ticket per qualifying fancard.
The whole idea for the introduction of fancards was to record the purchase of tickets for all cup competitions for recognition of the earlier less glamorous rounds, ie League Cup.
These games were not registered on my fancard, which rendered me ineligible for a final ticket and I was put in the ballot like everybody else, and was unsuccessful.
Season ticket holders might have got first choice within a particular category but they were still treated largely in the same way as fancard holders.
To apply by post, applicants must complete a European Away Ticket Application Form and the Fancard number must be guoted.
The fancard must be presented when applying at the ticket office and in the case of postal applications or telephone applications the number must be guoted.
LIKE many Liverpool fans the other week, I had to wait in a big queue, even though I got to Anfield in good time, as a number of people had difficulty in accessing the stadium with their fancards.
Initial reports speculated the new system, which costs pounds 29 for adults and replaces the old pounds 3 fancards, was the only way supporters could buy match tickets.
On-site spectators could also send FanCards to their favorite players from IBM's new CyberCourt, six public kiosks that connected spectators to the virtual view of Wimbledon.
The players could read their FanCards in the IBM Cyber Court, a special section of the Players' Lounge at Roland Garros.
Supporters can purchase tickets for up to a maximum of six qualifying fancards at the ticket office, and four qualifying fancards on the telephone booking lines.