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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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24) At a mass meeting at Cowley, members and non-members of the AFU voted 66 in favour and 25 opposed to the strike, but that may or may not have been a true reflection of attitudes because many fanners and ranchers were not present at the meeting.
Individual fanners working alone continued to detennine their own starting dates, but all, with few exceptions, followed the date stipulated by the headman for the communal activities.
of Showers Observed Total Time hrs showers observed) and duration Mary Fanner (2) Gamma Normids (7.
Fanner is affiliated with Bristol Water Services Ltd.
The Lion led 3-2 through Snape, Dugmore and Foulkes, but Bramton battled back via Fanner (2) and Tester.
Such a network, according to these studies, is the key to retention, promotion, and excellent job performance (Rusher, 1996; Fanner, 1993; Moses, 1997).
Nestle Cereal Partners NPD manager Mark Fanner said Oat Cheerios would attract a new audience to the Cheerios brand, as well as appeal to existing family-oriented consumers.
Lee Offill, Thomas Fanner, Tyler Gibbs, Michael Stevenson and Hank Turner had pins to lead South Eugene to a 46-27 Midwestern League win at Sheldon.
Zukovskij's changes are interesting indeed: "The noisy herds crowd" instead of lowing and winding slowly; the fanner, seen in the aspect of Man Thinking, goes "with a slow tread," "deep in thought," instead of plodding; the insect flashes instead of droning; doleful horns replace drowsy tinklings; the moping owl becomes the wild owl.
46) While a court using the benefit-based approach to liability will attempt to quantify the benefit as accurately as possible, a court can never quantify the benefit as accurately as can the farmer herself, as the fanner has better information regarding her own circumstances.
Honorees are Henry Schriver, Ohio fanner and cooperative educator, who has motivated thousands of young farmers in speeches and workshops to become active in cooperatives; Ralph Paige, executive director, Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund, and Allen Thurgood, founder and CEO of 1st Rochdale Cooperative.
According to KoSa research scientist Steven Fanner, the first UL-tested formulation to meet Class I at 4 in.
WHEN boat lover Andrew Fanner had the chance to realise his dream of a life afloat, he grasped the nettle - literally.
1995, The Health Condition and Functioning of Elderly New Immigrants: Selected Findings from a Survey of Adult Immigrants from the Fanner Soviet Union, Jerusalem: JDC: Brookdale Institute.