Faint may refer to:

  • Syncope (medicine), a medical term for fainting
  • Faint (song), a song by Linkin Park
  • Feint, a maneuver designed to distract or mislead
  • Feint (song), a song by Epica
  • The Faint, a dance-punk/rock band.
  • FAiNT (The FAiNT Sound), a dance/trance/electro producer

Other articles related to "faint":

The Faint/Ex-Action Figures
... The Faint/Ex-Action Figures Split 7" is a split single by The Faint and Ex-Action Figures ... The single was the second release by The Faint after changing their name ... "Brokers, Priests, and Analysts" shows some progression in The Faint's musical change from their debut Media into Blank-Wave Arcade's style ...
Faint Hope Clause - History - Current Status
... would introduce legislation in the fall of 2006 to repeal the Faint Hope Clause ... In June 2009, the Conservative Government introduced Bill C-36 to abolish the faint hope clause ... The Justice Minister, Rob Nicholson, stated that "y ending faint hope reviews, we are saying No to early parole for murderers." However, the bill died on the order paper in the Senate on December 30, 2009, when ...
Faint (song) - Track Listing
... "Faint" 242 2 ... "Faint" 242 2 ... "Faint Live" (Video) All songs are written and composed by Linkin Park ...
The Faint/Ex-Action Figures - Track Listing
... A1 The Faint - "Brokers, Priests, and Analysts" A2 The Faint - "Brokers, Priests, and Analysts (The Direction of Clouds Remix)" B1 Ex-Action Figures - "The Trillionaires" (P.Grimstad, 1999) The Faint Todd Fink ...

Famous quotes containing the word faint:

    The last faint spark
    In the self-murdered heart, the wounds of the sad uncomprehending
    The wounds of the baited bear,—
    The blind and weeping bear whom the keepers beat
    On his helpless flesh . . . the tears of the hunted hare.
    Dame Edith Sitwell (1887–1964)

    The gap between the committed and the indifferent is a Sahara whose faint trails, followed by the mind’s eye only, fade out in sand.
    Nadine Gordimer (b. 1923)