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fan·tom

(făn′təm)
n.
Variant of phantom.
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Last night Mr Fantom accused airline passengers of being heavyhanded, blasted a stewardess for being "sarcastic" and winding him up, and said he was considering legal action against Thomson Fly.
The defendant then produced an extendable baton which he flicked out and struck Mr Fantom once on the head.
But that ended when the Bowmans added 10in to the top of the fence, leaving an overlap which Mr Fantom was trying to cut off when Mr Bowman confronted him and they started to battle with a saw and broom.
Mr Fantom was pronounced dead at Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, yesterday.
Calypso's filtration system is housed in a countertop appliance with looks that should inspire confidence in consumers that they are drinking microbiologically safe as well as great-tasting water, says Fantom.
The capture of Waies was part of a major military offensive, dubbed 'al-Shabah' or fantom in English, aiming at hunting down al- Qaida militants in the vast desert area of the Sunni heartland of Anbar province.
Lost Profit$ performs with Shane Hall, Cathy Cathodic, Danny Fantom, Terraphorm and the Aslan King Experience at 9 p.
Repair of a Fantom exhaustion truck, a Jumbo exhaustion/ sweeping vehicle and an agricultural tractor.
Lynx IDG has completed a number of high profile practice refits which showcase its latest 'on trend' design and cutting edge technology, MD Mark Fantom tells OT.
David Fantom, described as a "pillar of the community" was found collapsed with head injuries.
In February, production house Popcorn Films sold management rights to listed entertainment firm Fantom Entertainment and changed its name to Doughnuts Media.
He plays famous adventurer Allan Quatermain who leads a team with supernatural powers set on battling the technological terror of a madman known as The Fantom.