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pheon

(ˈfiːɒn)
n
(Heraldry) heraldry a heraldic symbol in the form of an arrow that has two spikes which are serrated along the inner edge
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Courtney Charles led the Green's second-half spree by cracking home a hattrick while Odane Barnes and Pheon Jolly added to the tally before Chris Hough fired a couple of late consolation goals.
New signing Pheon Jolly sealed the points in stoppage time after skipping past two challenges on the right flank and then firing home.
Andy Kemp saved from Nathaniel Waite and Pheon Jolly but Ramsay fired just wide and Stanley grazed the bar with a free-kick as Bedworth poured forward in search of a clincher.
Pheon and Scott were sceptical when Kate announced that she had been spotted by a model agent in the street, as both thought Scott's sister was "much prettier than Kate and had far more chance of being a model than she did".
Pheon Radford, Lee Jenkins and Sam Jones, Bobi Sheppard and Meurig Davies supplying two conversions.
As the 'pheon', it was the personal emblem of the two sixteenth-century siblings.
All told, some 30,000 welfare recipients have moved off cash assistance and into work in the first 18 months of the new North Carolina program, says Pheon Beal, a state official who oversees Work First.
Bailey scored his first two minutes later and fired in another on 68 minutes following a Pheon Jolly cross.