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n.1.One who fans.
2.A fan wheel; a fan blower. See under Fan.
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wilt thou come with thy fanners to purge the thrashing-floor?
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
This realization prompted Socrates to compare the one who writes down his thoughts to a fanner who scatters seeds without any consideration of the kind of soil on which they would land.
LEE ROY SELMON'S Founded by NFL Hall of Fanner and famed Tampa Bay Buccaneer the late Lee Roy Selmon, this sports-themed restaurant is the perfect place to cheer on your favorite team over plates of pulled pork, meatloaf and flatbreads.
Kollibri terre Sonnenblume is a writer and a fanner traveling on the West Coast of the USA.
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.
He is a former columnist for Down Beat, The Village Voice, JazzTimes, Legal Times, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Progressive, Editor & Publisher, and Free Inquiry, and fanner staff writer for The New Yorker.
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.
Fractures appeared because for every picketer and fanner charged and fined, there were neighbours in the same communities who were trying to take their products to market, often supported by the RCMP.
CPEX leased the landmarked building at 76 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights to Friend of a Fanner.
Recent work by Benhabib and Fanner (1994) does indicate that for some parameterizations of models of monopolistic competition, the steady state may become a sink admitting the possibility of sunspot equilibria, as explored by Farmer and Guo (1994).
A fanner will make his choice based on the rule of utility maximisation.