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FanCard

An expansion card for PCs and Macs from T. S. Microtech, Inc., Torrance, CA, that contains twin, counter rotating fans to reduce heat in a fully loaded computer.
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AIM Technologies' flagship product, the SportsRewards program (formerly called FANCARD.
Like it or not, fancard holders should not have been in the ballot with season ticket holders with six credits.
Season ticket holders, fancard holders and corporate members wishing to travel independently who purchased a ticket for the away Champions League fixtures against FC Portoon September 18 and Besiktas on October 24canmake an application for ONE Marseille ticket.
Priority for future home matches of the UEFA Champions League will be given to Season Ticket Holders and Fancard Holders who have purchased tickets for the earlier home group stage matches.
A new electronic FanCard section allows fans to send messages to players competing in the tournament; players will be able to read and respond to fan messages at the IBM terminals at the players' lounge Cyber Court presented by IBM.
Postal Application: Applicants must complete a European Away Ticket Application Form and the FanCard number must be quoted.
Liverpool's decision to includes son ticket and fancard holders in the same ballot for an undisclosed number of cup final tickets - unofficially believed to be around 7,000 of the pitiful 17,000 allocation from UEFA - caused consternation among die-hard fans.