forcing fan

forcing fan

[′fȯrs·iŋ ‚fan]
(mining engineering)
A fan which forces the intake air into mine workings. Also known as blowing fan.
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Leeds' angry fans had planned a 17-minute walk-out in protest over Cellino's 'pie tax' after the Italian had increased ticket prices in Elland Road's south stand, forcing fans to spend an extra PS5 on food and drink vouchers which can only be redeemed at their kiosks.
160617097307237&type=2&theater) Facebook about the producers not making the additional content available on DVD and forcing fans to now own two copies of the same movie.
DISY agreed to the transition period but main opposition party AKEL still refused to consent, insisting that forcing fans to register constitutes a human rights violation.
The soccer-centric website Goal reports that the Sao Paulo fire department refused to sign off on its temporary seating, leading FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) to recall a number of tickets that had been sold, forcing fans to exchange their tickets and stadium capacity to fall from 68,000 to a little over 60,000.
ALAN ARCHIBALD last night warned the SPFL that forcing fans to make long hikes to games on Monday nights because it suits TV will soon prove a turn-off.
Some Rio de Janeiro rooms have gone from PS30 to PS850 a night and beachfront hotels on Copacabana are fully booked, forcing fans into crime-hit favelas.
There are great things happening all over the region right now, so forcing fans to forage for a party venue during their visit is not asking them to work very hard.
He added that one of these practices was forcing fans of the competing team to take off their T-shirts and hand over their banners.
There was sunshine Saturday afternoon and then rain pelted AT&T Park for nearly two hours before the game, forcing fans to flee for cover.
According to reports, corruption, match-fixing and illegal betting has poisoned Chinese football and overwhelms the professional league, which is forcing fans and players at every level of the game to abandon it in disgust.
Other witnesses recalled seeing police officers fearing crowd trouble forcing fans to stay in the Leppings Lane end of the ground where supporters were being crushed.
Professor Stuart Cole, of the University of Glamorgan, criticised the decision to build Parc y Scarlets at an out-of-town location, forcing fans to travel by car.