FACTOID # 21: 15% of Army recruits from South Dakota are Native American, which is roughly the same percentage for female Army recruits in the state.
 
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Apart from being the plural of fan, Fans may refer to: Fan may refer to the following: Fan (aficionado) (the bracketed word being the Spanish translation), someone who has an intense liking of a sporting. ...


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Fan (aficionado) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1719 words)
Fans focus more of their time and resources intently on a specific area of interest then a non-fan would, and are not significantly concerned if non-fans (including family or friends) don't derive pleasure from the area of interest.
Fans usually have a strong enough interest that small to major changes in their lifestyles are made to accommodate devotion to the focal object.
Otakus are fans focused on anime and manga.
Encyclopedia4U - Fan (implement) - Encyclopedia Article (2092 words)
The West's earliest fan is a flabellum (or ceremonial fan) and it dates to the 6th century.
Ceiling fan controls usually are one for speed (slow, medium, and fast), one for the light (on and off), and one for directional control of the fan blades (clockwise and counterclockwise).
A fan is also a small vane or sail that is used to keep the large sail of a smock windmill always in the direction of the wind.
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