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fan·tom

(făn′təm)
n.
Variant of phantom.
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Hoover completed the competitive loop two years ago, and Fantom became increasingly pressured to produce other advanced-concept products quickly.
"While Salton's wireless technology did originate with Fantom, significant additional research and development activity has occurred to enhance the original concept.
The Fantom is also said to be extremely easy to maintain.
We accepted his presence at that departure lounge to mean that since he had tasted both akpeteshie and asaana, chewed both kola and roasted cashew nut before, he can be the most neutral fantom, when it comes to deliberating affairs between unruly sojess of different political shades and colours.
Owner Danny Fantom said: "That was his first win in four runs, but he's still green and he'll make a really nice three-year-old next year."
Torrance, CA, August 07, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Fantom Drives, a consumer, prosumer and SMB data storage innovator, today announced the company's new G-Force 3.1 high performance external SSD suite for use with throughput intensive video and creative applications.
Famous Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett also downplayed the future of virtual coins, saying he is "almost certain that cryptocurrencies will come to a bad end," but FANTOM Foundation CEO Ann Byung-ik claims cryptocurrencies and related technologies will eventually change our lives as the introduction of the internet did two decades ago.
Lynx IDG managing director, Mark Fantom, told OT: "The increase of LED lighting grows ever stronger and the clever use of programmable lighting, including colour change, means that dramatic and show-stopping interiors can be created as never before.
The algorithm was conceived from data collected as a part of the FANTOM international consortium (based at RIKEN, Japan).
Fantom Drives has deployed DataShield portable data drive.
REVA's fantom sirolimus-eluting bioresorbable scaffold is designed to provide acute benefits as permanent drug-eluting metal stents.
Though the narrative of "Beyrouth Fantom" (1998) references Lebanon's 1975-90 Civil War and his lyrical doc "1958" is named after the civil conflict of that year, Salhab has avoided making films that are "about" this place.