- n. A female given name
- Equivalent to Jasmine and Jessamine. (Wiktionary)
“Established in 2007 by Jessamyn Waldman, a visionary who traded a career in banking for a dream of baking while making a difference in the lives of immigrant women: Hot Bread Kitchen is a non-profit social enterprise that creates better lives for low-income women and their families...”
“Fiction reveals truths that reality obscures — Jessamyn West”
“Graduates of the program include Adrian Benepe, Commissioner of the Department of Parks and Recreation and Jessamyn Waldman, founder of Hotbread Kitchen, a women's nonprofit bakery.”
“In the short run, for instance, a child whose parent loses his or her job is 15% more likely to repeat a grade year in school, according to University of California-Davis economists Ann Huff Stevens and Jessamyn Schaller.”
“When the ringing became continuous, Jessamyn gave up on peaceful reading.”
“The Jessamyn West is a good example of a shortcoming in their approach, but shows how one of the authors worked around it.”
“Jessamyn and I are hoping for Johnny Depp as young Frank.”
“I think Jessamyn West and Jenny Engstrom are quite deserving of their Ada Lovelace tribute.”
“Saw 27 Dresses last night with Jessica, Jessamyn, Chloe, and Lauren.”
“And finally, ladies and gentlemen, our winner, Jessamyn West!”
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