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fane

(feɪn)
n
(Architecture) archaic or poetic a temple or shrine
[C14: from Latin fānum]

fane

(feɪn)

n.
1. a temple.
2. Archaic. a church.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin fānum temple, sanctuary]
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I call for suhur and my stories pass on from the young to the old," said Fanas.
Abu Fanas further commented on the partnership with Carestream as "a new landmark for the col- lege".
Heroes as mentioned sportsmen or other athlets as Chionis of Sparta, Fanas of Pellena, Lygdamis of Syrakus, Hipposthenes and Hetoimokles of Sparta, Tisandros of Naxos, Theagenes of Thasos or for example Lampis of Sparta, Filombrotos of Sparta, Ikkos of Tarent and anothers were often bearers of Greek ideals of kalokagathia, arete, ekecheiria, andreia, aristeia and a lot of sportsmen could learn of their determination, honour and inmaterial approach to life.
Mustafa Abu Fanas, Right, and the Indian ambassador Anil Trigunayat are shaking hands in Tripoli 13 march 2013.
This work was supported by the Estonian Science Foundation (ESF) under grants Nos 8428 and 8420, by the ESF Fanas programme 'Nanoparma', and Centre of Excellence 'Mesosystems: Theory and Applications', TK114.
Holotype [male] and allotype [female], Mexico, Tamaulipas, Gomez Fanas, El Oielo Biosphere Reserve, Ejido La Gloria, 1629 m, lat 23[degrees]2'51.
Although he confesses to being a big StarWars fanas a child, Christianwasn't interested in superheroes at a young age, and says he only really had one personal hero while growing up - his dad, David, who died four years ago.