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  • proper n. A male given name, English form of Jeremiah. Also used to anglicize Irish Diarmaid ( Dermot).

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Examples

  • MIKE HERBSTRITT, JEREMY HERBSTRITT'S FATHER: The rest of our life is going to be celebrating his life, what he did good, and to say that Jeremy was a good boy, a good man.

    CNN Transcript Apr 19, 2007

  • MIKE HERBSTRITT, JEREMY HERBSTRITT'S FATHER: The rest of our life is going to be celebrating his life, to say what he did good, and to say, that Jeremy was a good boy, a good man.

    CNN Transcript Apr 19, 2007

  • PEGGY HERBSTRITT, MOTHER OF SHOOTING VICTIM JEREMY HERBSTRITT: Jeremy had a lot of energy.

    CNN Transcript Apr 22, 2007

  • At one point, the phrase "Jeremy Clarkson" was the highest "trending" topic on the micro-blogging site and the fourth most popular issue worldwide.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • We (brother Jeremy is a Georgia Southern second baseman drafted 503rd overall) are going to report to the same place, Princeton, W. Va.

    California, South shine on All-USA baseball team

  • Similarly, doping has allowed some clunky white guys to make it to the major leagues: as I pointed out in The American Conservative last spring, Jason Giambi's brother Jeremy is a good example of kind of slow white guy who couldn't make it without steroids.

    Archive 2004-12-26

  • * Previously: Someone put purple dye in Jeremy Shockey's glove.

    Purple house (link roundup)

  • Jeremy is a clever and accomplished scammer with years and years of experience.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • • A piece about the presenter of, among other things, television's University Challenge, gave the name of Jeremy Paxman's Cambridge college as St Catherine's when it should have been St Catharine's Who failed University Challenge?

    Corrections and clarifications

  • They did an entire set on stage, wherein Jeremy Barnes rocked out on his accordion and Heather Trost melted my soul with her violin and also a Balkan contraption like a violin with a trumpet bell in lieu of a resonating chamber.

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