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FAWN

Abbreviation for:
funding advice workers’ network

fawn

young of the small deer species. See also Table 20.
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Hilts describes the Progressive attitudes of Teddy Roosevelt with approval and fawningly portrays modern-day anti-corporate activists such as Ralph Nader and Sidney Wolfe as "people who work to solve public problems with fact-gathering and no motive of personal gain.
New Republic publisher Martin Peretz, for example, a fanatical Zionist who never met a cruise missile aimed at an Iraqi he didn't like, is fawningly eulogized in the acknowledgments for "his prescient comments and advice.
5) Harry Laughlin gushed with praise of Nazi leaders like Frick, whom he described fawningly as "'a powerful Reichsminister in a dictatorial government which is getting things done in a nation of sixty million people.
This week Channel 5 broadcast The Michael Jackson Interview: The Footage You Were Never Meant To See, which included clips ofwhat broadcaster Martin Bashir had fawningly said to the 44-year-old star.
30 op-ed piece fawningly supporting President Bush's Iraq policy.
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Lydia (Estelle Larrivaz), wife of owner Jimmy (Bruno Solo), is pregnant to the gills and unenthused about the prospect of "giving birth between two process servers" when the fawningly shallow TV show "Riches et Sympas" ("Nice and Rich") gives Jimmy and his biz partner, Fifi (Lorant Deutsch), an idea: Once the "right" people give their blessing to a joint, its reputation is made.