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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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The respondents' assessment of the probability that the deviation in the protein content was attributable to the fanner in question was higher in the Gain than in the Loss conditions.
As early as September 10, AFU executive members were expressing surprise at the strong support being received from nonunion fanners.
A list of fanners was prepared in each village and then 20 fanners were randomly selected from different sizes in proportion to their number.
Also exact evaluating of different reactions in fanners condition in compare with yellow disease in origin is of other purpose in this research.
The agreement allows RevCo and DTN/ The Progressive Farmer to share in existing relationships, builds on existing products and enhances the resources currently available to D'TN/The Progressive Fanner business partners.
The distribution chains are chaotic, not well organized and for this reason they cause problems in the access of the fanners towards the market.
Chapter 22 is on the behavior of swiftlets in "farmed" colonies in dark, vacant buildings in Sarawak using remote video monitoring, particularly during the month of nest building; in such farms after a nest has been harvested, birds may breed in an artificial nest supplied by the fanner.
The play tells the story of a Karoo fanner whose house has been struck by lightning.
Mary Fanner for the gamma Normid and delta Pavonid meteor showers.
Lourens (aged 53), a Selous fanner, and his good friend visiting from South Africa, Frank Trott (aged 72), had been at Kariba for a week of bream fishing.
Farmers' Markets can be expensive to attend for the starting-out fanner, what with the costs of a tent, table, bags, a legal scale, etc.
Bedworth were gifted a third when goalkeeper Charlie Fanner threw the ball out straight to Andrew Spencer who virtually walked it into the net.
2) Tomo el titulo prestado de un libro escrito por el medico y antropologo estadounidense Paul Fanner, Haiti para que.
Rosalee talks to her grandchildren about the old days when they keep still they sew with tinted green or beige strands pinched and pulled between brown fingers plucking silver handles weaving empty flower pots and place mats, mixing in long leaf pine needles slithers of green upon brown strands, strips symmetrically coiled into identical braids; fanner baskets for the rice so when children are grown they'll understand and without pause winnow the chaff.