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anyon

(ˈɛnɪˌɒn)
n
a particle that occurs in two-dimensional space having characteristics of both fermions and bosons

an•yon

(ˈæn yɒn)
n.
an elementary particle or particle-like excitation having properties intermediate between those of bosons and fermions.
[1980–85; any + -on1]
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He was involved in the only two significant partnerships of the day, putting on 80 for the second wicket with Chris Nash and 74 with Jimmy Anyon for the eighth wicket.
Gills started to ask more questions as the half developed and Shrewsbury were fortunate to survive when Cody McDonald hammered a shot against the foot of the far post with only keeper Joe Anyon to beat.
We propose to artificially create Josephson vortices at the junction of three phase-biased superducting islands and to trol and braid multiple Majorana states to prove their non-Abelian anyon character.
JAMES Anyon claimed only the sixth five-wicket haul of his career and Luke Wright hit an unbeaten 74 as Sussex gained the upper hand on the first day of the LV County Championship match against Durham at Hove.
Nightwatchman James Anyon outlasted them both but when Mitchell Claydon dug his fifth ball of the day in, he could only fend it back.
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Sussex's three-man pace attack were duly rewarded for bowling a nagging length on a pitch which aided the seamers from the start and James Anyon and Steve Magoffin fully deserved the two wickets they each picked up, but it was the extra pace of Jordan which inflicted the most damage.
Joe Anyon got a touch to Gomez's spot-kick but couldn't keep it out.
Sussex struck twice in the first seven overs as Will Porterfield edged into the slips and Bell aimed a drive at former team-mate Jimmy Anyon and lost his middle-stump.
Sussex seamer Joe Anyon (five wickets for 36 runs) crashed through Lancashire's title winners in the morning session on his way to his second fivewicket haul of the new season.
Maynard and Rory Burns responded, with the former Dragons ace - who hit three fours in one over from Anyon - racing to a 56-ball half-century.
JOE ANYON produced a man-of-the-match performance to secure a first home win for Lincoln.