phantom

[adj] - something apparently sensed but having no physical reality
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Phantom

Phan'tom noun [ Middle English fantome , fantosme , fantesme , Old French fantôme , from Latin phantasma , Greek ..., from ... to show. See Fancy , and confer Phaëton , Phantasm , Phase .] That which has only an apparent existence; an
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Phan'tom adjective Being, or of the nature of, a phantom. « Phantom isles are floating in the skies.» B. Taylor.
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That which has only an apparent existence; an apparition; a specter; a phantasm; a sprite; an airy spirit; an ideal image. 'Strange phantoms rising as the mists arise.' (Pope) 'She was a phantom of delight.' (Wordsworth) Phantom ship. See Flying Dutchman, under Flying. ... <medicine> Phantom tumour, a swelling, especially of the abdomen, due
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phantom

adjective something apparently sensed but having no physical reality; `seemed to hear faint phantom bells`; `the amputee`s illusion of a phantom limb`
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phantom

(fan´tәm) an image or impression not evoked by actual stimuli. a model of the body or a body part. in radiology, a device that simulates the conditions encountered when radiation or radioactive material is deposited in tissues, to give a quantitative estimation of its effects.
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• (a.) Being, or of the nature of, a phantom. • (n.) That which has only an apparent existence; an apparition; a specter; a phantasm; a sprite; an airy spirit; an ideal image.
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phantom, fantom 1. Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or an apparition. 2. Something which is elusive or delusive. 3. An image that appears only in the mind; an illusion. 4. Something dreaded or despised. 5. Of, or related to, a nonexistent source of sensation; applied specifically to a bodily l
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An illustration showing the exterior of an object as if it were transparent, while revealing interior detailing.
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[2013 film] Phantom is a 2013 American film about a Soviet submarine during the Cold War in the 1960s. Todd Robinson wrote and directed the film. It stars Ed Harris, David Duchovny and William Fichtner. The film tells the story of a Soviet Navy submarine captain attempting to prevent a war. It is loosely based on the real-life events involv
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[Nesbø novel] Phantom is a crime novel by Norwegian novelist, Jo Nesbø. Its Norwegian title is Gjenferd, which does not directly translate to Phantom; rather it translates to a word similar to `ghosts`. Phantom is the ninth novel featuring Nesbø`s crime detective, Inspector Harry Hole. ==Synopsis== Following the traumatic events of the p
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[Kamen Rider] ==Background== Phantoms are born whenever humans with magic potential, known as Gēto, give in to despair. From there, the created Phantom proceeds to tear down the host`s Andāwārudo, the subconscious of the human, before destroying the host itself. Able to assume its host`s form, yet lacking few human aspects like sense of
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phantom

Type: Term Pronunciation: fan′tŏm Definitions: 1. A model, especially a transparent one, of the human body or any of its parts. 2. radiology a mechanical or computer-generated model for predicting irradiation dosage deep in the body. Synonyms: phantasm
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[TV series] Phantom ({ko-hhrm|유령||Yuryeong}) is a 2012 South Korean television series, starring So Ji-sub, Lee Yeon-hee, Uhm Ki-joon, Kwak Do-won, and Song Ha-yoon. The police procedural tackles crimes and clues in the cyber world, weaving a massive, twist-filled mystery of murders, identity switches, corruption and conspiracy. It aired
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[horse] Phantom (1808 – after 1832) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from April 1811 to April 1813 he ran ten times and won seven races. In the summer of 1811 he proved himself one of the best British colts of his generation, winning the Epsom Derby on his second racecourse appearance. He continued to
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[band] Phantom (stylized as PHANTOM) (팬텀) is a South Korea-based hip hop trio consisting of three members: Kiggen, Sanchez and Hanhae. They are managed by Brand New Music and Kim Do-hoon(김도) `s WA Entertainment(WA 엔터테인먼트). The group has released three single albums and two mini-albums: Phantom City & Phantom Theory. On M
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[2002 film] ==Plot== Pailey (Mammootty) has come from Irattupetta, a small village in rural Kerala to Mumbai and made a name for him. He had come originally to Mumbai with the hope of making it big in Bollywood as an actor. But after many failed attempts, he becomes a stuntman who becomes the dupe for big stars. Due to his dare devil stunts
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The USS Phantom was an American Admirable Class minesweeper of 625 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Phantom was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots and carried a complement of 104. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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phantom

  1. a ghostly appearing figure
  2. something existing in perception only

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Phantom

[Justice Single] == Licensing: == ...
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[Justice song] `Phantom` is the fourth single by Justice. It was released on CD and as a download with remixes by Boys Noize and Soulwax. The song contains a sample of Goblin`s `Tenebre (main theme)`. `Phantom, Pt. II` is sampled in rapper Gucci Mane`s 2010 single `Gucci Time` featuring Swizz Beatz. == Track listing == ...
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[sailboat] There are three designs of Phantom sailboats, one is a sloop design which is often raced, another is a lateen rig that was designed after the Sunfish model sailing dinghy, and a third is blue water cruiser/racer sloop designed and built in Sydney, Australia. == Sloop Design == The first Phantom mentioned is a high performance sin
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[comics] Lee Falk`s comic strip character The Phantom have also appeared in several novels and short stories. ==Big Little Books== The first attempt at non-comic strip Phantom stories, was done by Whitman Publishing Company were the Big Little Books, which featured illustrated pulp-adaptations of a few comic strip stories by Lee Falk and Ra
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[1922 film] ==Plot summary== The film is told in an extended flashback. Lorenz Lubota (Alfred Abel), is a clerk in a minor government office, an aspiring poet, and a member of a family headed by a worrisome mother who has a tense relationship with a daughter, Melanie, whom the mother believes works as a prostitute. One day, while Lorenz is
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[Kay novel] Phantom is a 1990 novel by Susan Kay, based on the Gaston Leroux novel The Phantom of the Opera. It is a biography of the title character, Erik. ==Plot summary== The Phantom is born as Erik in Boscherville, a small town not far from Rouen, in the summer of 1831. His father is a well-known stonemason and dies in a construction ac
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