Fanner


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Fan´ner


n.1.One who fans.
2.A fan wheel; a fan blower. See under Fan.
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In spite of her immense age (three, years), it rang between the canon-like frames as a pibroch rings in a mountain pass; the fanners changed their note, and repeated it up in every gallery; and the broad-winged drones, burly and eager, ended it on one nerve-thrilling outbreak of bugles: "La Reine le veult
wilt thou come with thy fanners to purge the thrashing-floor?
Theresa Gaffney, an organic lowbush blueberry fanner in Maine, has worked with a number of extension specialists from the University of Maine to develop her farm, Highland Organics & Highland Blueberry Farm, including value-added products and her business plan.
Founded in 2014 by Jeffrey Hollender, the co-founder and fanner CEO of Seventh Generation, and his daughter Meika, Sustain's expansion into organic menstrual hygiene is a natural next-step for its brand, a product category Jeffrey and his wife Sheila Hollender tackled 15 years ago when they launched organic tampons and pads at Seventh Generation.
Fred Krebsbach has been a fanner, real estate investor, and systems analyst with IBM.
According to the contract, the fanner should make sure that there are no antibiotics residues in the milk (that is, he must ensure that if one of the cows is treated by antibiotics, her milk will not be sent to the dairy) because such residues obstruct the production of various products.
Since first published by USDA in 1982, State Incorporation Statutes for Fanner Cooperatives, by James Baarda, has helped individuals form cooperatives and stay compliant with cooperative state laws.
Fanner baskets were woven to resemble fan-like art and would become a staple in the homes of many plantation owners.
With its range of magnetic factory solutions, Bunting says it has applied magnetic principles to solve problems commonly found in the manufacturing workplace including the new magnetic sheet fanner and magnetic sweeper.
For that third-generation California almond fanner, agrivoltaics is not a viable option at the moment: His farm lost its access to water after a shift in federal policy earlier this year, and attempts to drill wells on his land came up dry.
On May 19, 2014, Daher Nassar, a Palestinian fanner in the West Bank, awoke to find that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) had bulldozed about 1,500 of his trees.