fansite


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fansite

(ˈfænsaɪt) ,

fan-site

or

fan site

n
(Computer Science) a website dedicated to a particular person or subject and run by a fan or fans of the person or subject
Translations

fansite

fan-site, fan site [ˈfænsaɪt] n (on the Internet)site m de fans
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The Corriepedia fansite character biography says of Harry Flagg: "He worked at Manchester Airport for over twenty years as a cleaner, including a long stint in the VIP suite.
The Corriepedia fansite biography says of his character Harry Flagg: "He worked at Manchester Airport for over 20 years as a cleaner, including a long stint in the VIP suite.
of all time" by a Blood Brothers fansite, and this year has seen her reprise the role for the 30th anniversary UK touring production of the musical.
U2 fansite @atu2 tweeted: "The best way to get U2 to play for your wedding is to get married at the show' - which one happy couple did, wedding and reception with (however many thousand) guests.
YOU don't have to go far off the beaten track to find beauty in Scotland - as the hugely popular Facebook fansite Scotland from the Roadside proves.
AMERICAN Villa fansite 7500ToHolte have reportedly spoken to Carlos Sanchez regarding his future at Villa Park.
At least two outlets, a Texas Longhorn fansite and a local television station, are already reporting that Starr has been fired.
Upon the 32-year-old landing a short-term deal at the Stadium of Light, Arsenal fansite 'The Daily Cannon' reported: "For me, Eboue will always be a player who goes down too easily and will cost you with some sort of stupidity.
It is a changing game, however, as Jonathan Fear, Editor of fansite Vital Villa, points out: "Football appears to be moving from what was a religion to what is now a commodity.
Posted by a Metal Gear Solid fansite, the images are the first to show Diamond Dog in-game alongside Snake.
Fran later got in touch through a fansite and "Fran later got in touch through a fansite and thanked me.