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Noun1.fantan - a Chinese gambling game; a random number of counters are placed under a bowl and you gamble on how many will be left (0, 1, 2, or 3 modulo 4)
gambling game, game of chance - a game that involves gambling
2.fantan - a card game in which you play your sevens and other cards in sequence in the same suit as the sevensfantan - a card game in which you play your sevens and other cards in sequence in the same suit as the sevens; you win if you are the first to use all your cards
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
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Fantan is a Chinese gambling game in which the players bet on the number of counters, often buttons, that will remain after a hidden pile of counters has been divided by four.
The JH-7 is a domestically produced tandem-seat fighter/bomber, developed as a replacement for obsolete Q-5 Fantan light attack aircraft and H-5 Beagle bombers.
Jets included in the game are A-10 Warthog, Su-25, Q-5 Fantan, F35, J-20, Su-50, SU-50, F-18, F-22 Raptor, AC-130 Gunship and SU-35 Flanker, according to (http://bf4central.
Photos from the report, all dated from 2007, show a white Fantan A-5 helicopter at Nyala airport, a white Mi-24 at Khartoum International Airport, a white Antonov (An-12) plane at El-Geneina, a white Antonov (An-26) with UN markings at El Fasher, and another white Antonov (An-26) at Khartoum airport.
No entanto, a resposta talvez fosse mais explicita se justificasse quantas utilidades pode vir a ter um aviao de combate, como os jatos Fantan.
RAGUSA b c 26-5-1960 Pedigree Bellini Tenerani Tofanella Ribot (b 1952) El Greco Romanella Barbara Burrini Tourbillon Ambiorix Lavendula Fantan (b 1952) Petee-Wrack Red Eye Charred Keg Bred by HF Guggenheim in Ireland 3,800gns Goffs September yearling.
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Our attitude was that we didn't care what the programmes looked like as long as they were effective," said Tsetsele Fantan, formally Debswana's director of HIV/Aids impact management and now employed by ACHAP.