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- proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Constance or, rarely, of Concepción.
- proper n. The Lockheed Constellation airliner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of cony.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Connie is a classy, lovely lady who has raised her children well in Walter's absence.
Connie is getting two kinds of anonymous mail: love letters and hate mail -- could they be from the same person?
(Margaret immediately pauses and waits expectantly, smiling, while Connie is hesitant.)
A few key punches and Barry, the senior vice president in Chicago, was on the line representing the Midwest, Connie from the Southern division, and Brian from the West Coast.
Besides, the utter stupidity of trying to make it seem like Connie is a tax and spender is overwhelming.
Connie is doing a wonderful job, and should be congratulated on the race she is running.
I not a Dem, but can confirm Connie is a class act.
I borderline hate him, but Connie is a total loser and those that disagree are kidding themselves.
Powell wass so embarassed that he had to lie for this junta, Connie is gonna be railroaded too if the present mid-east insanity goes south.
Nappin 'Connie needs to come home for a good long rest!
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