The dog ate a watch and a Japanese fan.
In Nagoya summers a fan is essential to help stay cool.
He instigated the riot.
They sent agents to agitate the local people.
I want the fan.
Feeling hot, I turned on the fan.
In the fall, covers are put over the fans in trains.
There is a fan on the desk.
The students were animated by the agitator's appeal.
Such an old fan would be next to useless.
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