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FANY

(ˈfænɪ)
n acronym forpl FANYs, Fanys or Fannies
1. (Medicine) First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
2. (Medicine) Also called: Fany or Fanny a member of this organization
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"As a devoted advocate of women's suffrage, she also chauffeured Emmeline Pankhurst but this was tame work for such a daredevil and, when the war broke out, she was one of the first to join the FANY as an ambulance driver."
The First Aid Nursing Yeomanry or FANY, as it was invariably and affectionately called, is not generally perceived in the same light as the far better known Special Operations Executive.
Born artist Badi Hussein Baba Jan, 1923 in the locality of my brother Hussein's neighborhood in front of Qasim ancient city of Kirkuk, has died and his father was only after six months, Fany with his mother and two brothers to him from want too much, while leaving the accident the most tragic shock in the life of his older brother (Abdullah ) who was studying at the time in Istanbul and at the same medical school, which had previously said his late father, where he studied and graduated doctor, Fterdt psychological condition and often went mad or it was re-by to his family home and lived until he died insane in 1971.
Entre los sakalavas del Oeste de Madagascar se puede encontrar un complejisimo sistema de adivinacion llamado sikily, en el cual las combinaciones de unas 150 semillas del arbol Fany se utilizan para reconocer las causas de las enfermedades y el origen de maleficios y brujerias.
OKOLODKOV (1,4), FANY DEL CARMEN MERINO-VIRGILIO (2), JOSE ANTOLIN AKE-CASTILLO (1), ANA CONCEPCION AGUILAR-TRUJILLO (2), SILVIA ESPINOSA-MATIAS (3) & JORGE ALFREDO HERRERA-SILVEIRA (2)
Carlos Gonzales y Fany Remuzgo, medicos cirujanos, rindieron el ENAM 2012.
Aktas, Nihat, Bodt, Eric, Declerck, Fany, & Oppens, Herve V.
Lo mismo hizo Fany Edelman refiriendose al Segundo Congreso de la Federacion Democratica Internacional de Mujeres y el musico Atahualpa Yupanqui, miembro de la delegacion de 22 jovenes que participaron en el Congreso de la Federacion Mundial de la Juventud Democratica celebrado en Budapest en setiembre de 1949 (45).