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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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fanzinefan‧zine /ˈfænziːn/ noun [countable]  TCPDLa magazine written by and for people who admire and support a popular musician, a sports team etc
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fanzineIn a fanzine interview, Gedge was asked why Shaun Charman had left.Before I go on, some of you may not have the foggiest what a fanzine is.Besides a lot of fanzines, there are many regional newspapers covering local and All-Union events.An interrogation of all our fanzine sellers has revealed that none of these devoted Darlington fans actually said those fateful words.From graffiti to fanzines to indie-pop, that is the glue which fuels most real youth enterprise.
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