- Derived from Cousin Jan (the Devon form of John). See Janner for further explanation. (Wiktionary)
“Sometimes, Mrs. Janner, it is important to remember that life is an isomerism in which the isomers change into one another with great ease so that they ordinarily exist together in equilibrium.”
“Jay Janner/Austin American Statesman/Associated Press A severe drought has baked pastures and dried ponds across Texas, forcing ranchers in the state, one of the nation's top two beef producers, to start selling off their herds to get through the driest one-year period in the state's history.”
“Jay Janner/Austin American Statesman/Associated Press A cow looks for a piece of grass in the bottom of an empty stock tank at a ranch near Manor, Texas.”
“Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman/Associated Press An evaporated part of Lake Travis left boats and pleasure-seekers high and dry near a dock in Austin.”
“The story revolves around three children, Tink, Janner and Leeli Igiby who live in a cottage on the outskirts of the city of Skree with their mother and grandpa.”
“In the town of Glipwood had lived the Igiby family of Mother Nia with her father and her three children sons Janner and Tink, and handicapped daughter Leeli.”
“Purely in the interests of fairness these were the cross-bench Janner-scragger Lord Bramall and the Tory Lords Bougham and Vaux hang on, that's only one and Jopling.”
“Palestinians, Janner said, it had deeply distressed a large number of other people.”
“Janner, who is also a member of the British House of Lords, told journalists in Durban that instead of bringing people together to fight racism and xenophobia, the WCAR had been turned into a”
“Notice historique, as an introduction to the Dictionnaire theologique, ed. By Migne (Paris, 1850); Janner in Kirchenlex.,”
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