Definitions

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  • proper n. A female given name.

Etymologies

From Spanish Anita, diminutive of Ana ("Ann"). (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES ANITA PEREZ FERGUSON AS CHAIR OF THE INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION President Clinton today announced the recess appointment of Anita

    Ferguson Named As Chair Of The Inter American Foundation

  • Normal people would tell the police and stay away, but Anita is the hero which means she goes to Vegas to hunt the monster, because that what a hero does.

    Jonathan Maberry Interviews Laurell K. Hamilton

  • Like, you see something on the market one minute, I call Anita, and then all of a sudden it's already gone.

    Foreclosure Woes Loom As Housing Stimulus Ends

  • Anita is a supernatural being herself, but she doesn't fit any of the "rules" that other supernatural creatures adhere to.

    Vampire novels

  • There are far fewer characters, although to be fair, it's only the second book of the series, compared to Anita's 14th (or so, and not counting the extra novelettes and shorts in Anita's world), but Meyers doesn't seem to be working on such a grand scale.

    Vampire novels

  • Interestingly, in this story, Anita is trying to come to grips with a more emotional block, as opposed to the sexual ones that we've been bombarded with in the past.

    Vampire novels

  • Santa Anita is on Lopez Mateos Sur, going in towards Guad before you get to the Periferico.

    Aurrera

  • But while Anita is thrilled that kids are broadening their horizons, I have to ask if she would still feel the same way if she were back in the Horn Book trenches, ducking for cover whenever another book cart stuffed with new fat fantasy trilogies comes barreling back to the editor's office!

    Cheering the Home Team

  • When you first heard about this, you called Anita, and you actually wanted to be a part of this whole process.

    CNN Transcript Sep 1, 2008

  • The difficulty, Anita, is that this scheme somewhat mixes apples and oranges: the Mexican taxation system with the US ERISA system.

    Buying in Mexico from self-directed IRA LLC

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