Fanti


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Fan·te

or Fan·ti  (făn′tē, fän′-)
n. pl. Fante or Fanti also Fan·tes or Fan·tis
1. A member of a people inhabiting Ghana.
2. The variety of Akan spoken by this people.

Fanti

(ˈfæntɪ)
npl -tis or -ti
1. (Languages) a language of Ghana: one of the two chief dialects of Akan. Compare Twi
2. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people who speak this language, inhabiting the rain forests of Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire
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The White & Case team in Milan which advised on the transaction comprised partner Gianluca Fanti, local partner Giuseppe Barra Caracciolo, and associates Francesco Scebba and Riccardo Verzeletti.
Traditionally, Akwambo is the beginning of the New Year in Fanti folklore.
Federico Fanti has joined BBDO Guerrero as Executive Creative Director (ECD).
FABIO Borini's agent Roberto De Fanti has confirmed to Calcio Mercato that the Sunderland forward will become a permanent AC Milan player on July 1.
It is understood the Black Cats, who have since slipped to successive relegations and will play in League One next season, came close to landing the then 19-year-old Mendy from Le Harve as sporting director Roberto de Fanti took a total of 13 players to the Stadium of Light in one summer spree.
"It's not easy purely in terms of red tape to go to America, but with my new agent Roberto De Fanti we are seeking the best solution."
The texts include the Fanti Confederation Constitution of 1871, Charles de Gaulle: the Franco-African community 1958, Patrice Lumumba: speech at the proclamation of the Congo's independence 1960, the Federation of South African Women: The Women's Charter 1954, Kabaka Mutesa II: decision to co-operate with Uganda 1961, and Obafemi Awolowo: Thoughts on Nigerian Constitution 1966.
Det Sgt Jonathan Fanti, from West Midlands Police, said last week: "We are appealing for anyone with information that could assist the investigation to come forward to help us piece together what took place on Thursday night.
Professor Giulio Fanti, of the University of Padua, said the particles had a "peculiar structure, size and distribution" not typical of the blood of a healthy person.
The fanteria--that is, the foot soldiers or fanti, collectively--became a significant branch of the arms, and the Italian word, in the more Latinate form infanteria, was borrowed into English in the 1500s as infantry.
Il a ete surnomme [beaucoup moins que]machimosaurus rex[beaucoup plus grand que] par le paleontologue Federico Fanti, de l'Universite de Bologne en Italie, et par ses collegues, qui ont decouvert la grosse bete.
Of the 14 signings made by then director of football Roberto De Fanti for manager Paolo Di Canio, 13 were from overseas, many of them with little or no background in English football, and a season of struggle duly followed.