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fanion

(ˈfænjən)
n
(Surveying) a small flag used by surveyors to mark stations
[C18: from French, from fanon maniple, of Germanic origin]
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Noun1.fanion - a small flag used by surveyors or soldiers to mark a position
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
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Avec des moyens financiers derisoires, le staff technique de l'ESS dirige desormais par l'ancien-nouvel entraineur Kheireddine Madoui, qui signe son retour apres une courte experience a Al-Ismaily (Egypte) puis avec le MOB, s'est vu contraint de jouer la carte des jeunes formes au club en appelant en equipe fanion les Daghmoum, Kendouci, Belaid, Aichoune, Hachoud, Filali, Charama, Harikache et Rahba.
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He has organized his talks alphabetically by evocative keywords--such as abeilk (bee), itolles (stars) or fanion (pennant)--that he fleshes out with found text, music and imagery, and shapes according to his personal preoccupations.
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Picasso's "Homme au Fanion," an oil on canvas, was painted in 1969, during a time when the artist completed 165 canvases of swordsmen inspired by Alexandre Dumas's 1844 novel "The Three Musketeers." It sold at auction in New York in November for $5.4 million.
Roedd Price yn awdur "Old Price's Remains", misolyn o Ebrill 1863 i Fawrth 1864, cylchgrawn o fanion o ddiddordeb i rai yn byw yn Llandrillo-yn-Rhos a'r cyffiniau.
dairy Steve Fanion, of the program the grocer launched in partnership with Deerfield, Ill.-based EggFusion and local suppliers.