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  1. Despite the fanfare of publicity that accompanied its launch, his latest novel sold only a few hundred copies. Extra Examples. It was a bold law but there was a distinct lack of fanfare surrounding its passage. The movie was released with little fanfare in
  2. noun Fanfare is defined as a loud and flashy display, or a short and dramatic trumpet flourish. An example of a fanfare is a parade. An example of fanfare is two trumpet musicians announcing the arrival of the guest of honor at a function.
  3. fan·fare (făn′fâr′) n. 1. Music A loud flourish of brass instruments, especially trumpets. 2. A spectacular public display. [French, possibly of imitative origin.] fanfare (ˈfænfɛə) n 1. (Music, other) a flourish or short tune played on brass instruments, used as a military signal, .
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  6. "Fanfare" is a Japanese song by South Korean girl group Twice. The song and music video were released by Warner Music Japan on June 18, Background and release. On May 4, , Twice announced via a social media video that their new.
  7. Jul 24,  · Fanfare is the first track off the Hippie Castle EP (Released July 24, ). The song begins as you are driving in your car, switching radio stations- until you find the alluring, triumphant.
  8. Oct 24,  · Being visited by people, 'Fanfare' is the second most successful Dutch movie of all time, only surpassed by Paul Verhoeven's 'Turks Fruit' (A Turkish Delight) (). In , the film was added to the aesthetic canon of Dutch cinema/10().

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