Fantillusionmeaning and definition
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A night-time three-act parade running in the non-stateside Disneylands. Begins with Mickey leading a magical fairy garden bringing the gift of Disney Light, followed by villains taking the light to make it night, and happily ending with the princesses (along with Minnie) turning the night back into light. When it started in Tokyo Disneyland, the 29 floats would stop along the parade route for all three acts. Upon moving to Disneyland Paris, it was severely cut back to 12 floats with at maximum two acts to be seen, weather permitting.
When you get out of the shower and you don't feel like drying off with a towel so you just stand in front of a fan...........
Family name commonly found in the regions of Venice. The men from Italian Fantin families are often really authoritarian, fighting for what they want/deserve. They prize the fact of being a gentleman and are always living with huge chivalry. Loyalty to the family seems to be a important thing for them also. Suspicious, it can be difficult to threaten at them. The nightlife appreciation is also a characteristic from these men. Respect, honour and value are the words which define the family.
Is awesome. She has traveled all around the world helping young girls. Unfortunately she isn't so pretty and doesn't care about appearances. She saved us from the evil monkey man and is now our hero :)
a hybrid between fantasic, amazing, incredible, and magorial
1. A character from "Les Miserables" by Victor Hugo. The year is 1823, in Montreuil-sur-Mer, France. Fantine is a young, unmarried mother who works in a factory owned and run by the reformed Jean Valjean, the protagonist of the story. Fantine's daughter, Cosette, is the result of a boyfriend who used and deserted Fantine; the young Cosette lives with the thieving Thenardier family who (unknown to the illiterate Fantine) abuse Cosette and make false claims about Cosette's health so that Fantine can give them money (which they take for themselves).Upon finding out that Fantine has a child out of wedlock, the other women (who are jealous of Fantine's beauty) urge the foreman (who has unsuccessfully tried to bed Fantine) to fire her. Desperate for Cosette and frustrated by her unjust dismissal, Fantine sells what she can for money, including her golden hair and her pearl-white eye-teeth. Ultimately, she becomes a prostitute to support Cosette and eventually dies of tuberculosis... but not before Valjean comes to her aid and promises to take care of Cosette.2. By extension, any single mother of young children who has fallen on hard times and, out of desperation and love for her little ones, is willing to do almost anything to give her children a chance at a better life.