from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Any of several substructures of a more complex molecule.
  • n. Obsolete form of fane.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See fane.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete erroneous spelling of fane.


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  • During World War II, Mr. Shearing performed frequently with violinist St é phane Grappelli, sometimes in air-raid shelters.

    Pianist Shaped a New Jazz Sound

  • Last year the organizers, fair directors Mr. Perrin and St é phane Custot, drawing on 14 years 'experience of running sister fair, the Pavillon des Arts et du Design Paris, introduced Modern Art to the mix, convinced a continental approach to the "beaux arts," ncompassing design, fine and applied arts, would also appeal to a London audience.

    All the Beauty Under One Tent

  • Reuters St é phane Hessel, wearing a Phrygian cap from the French Revolution, speaks during a pro-Palestinian rally in January.

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  • But I think if St é phane Hessel and some of his friends do all they can to show that there is an alternative way, perhaps that can play a part in next year's elections.

    Former French Resistance Spy Causing New Stir at 93

  • At one of central Paris's biggest bookstores, Gibert Jeune, the staff heave a collective sigh of relief: After a week without stock, a new consignment of St é phane Hessel 's best-selling book "Indignez-vous!"

    Former French Resistance Spy Causing New Stir at 93

  • France Telecom's chief executive, St phane Richard, said recently that he would be interested in creating a partnership between Le Monde's Web site and his company's Internet news portal called Actu Orange.

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  • I then played his guitar, and we jammed that way, with St phane on piano.

    This Working Musician Is 94

  • In his 10th decade, Mr. Asmussen is not only one of the major survivors of the swing era and the prewar European jazz scene, but probably the only living musician who played, whether formally or just jamming after hours, with Fats Waller, Django Reinhardt, St phane Grappelli and Duke Ellington.

    This Working Musician Is 94

  • Afterwards, St phane sat down at the piano and asked me to play something.

    This Working Musician Is 94

  • St phane Richard is set to reveal the company's strategic vision, including its latest plans to boost worker morale after a wave of suicides in recent years.

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