- From the New Testament Greek feminine form of John (Wiktionary)
“One day when Joanna is away, the previous owner visits Conrad to bequeath a vital piece of the house's historic heritage, a photo album that he claims "belongs to the house.”
“In contrast there's a strong hint of rural panic in Joanna Kirk's meticulous pastel landscapes.”
“Also, the problem with Joanna is that they paired her up with boring lame-o Nate that should just be ohased out ..”
“I meant, I see Joanna is gona cast the first stone.”
“The floral arrangements incorporated flowers that the couple grew together in Joanna's garden.”
“Joanna is right when she says that many people don't get it when it comes to handmade.”
“So I called Joanna and asked if she'd help me start thinking about how to think about this.”
“Now, Joanna is seeking to photograph private collections of medical oddities.”
“Pettersson has created an incredibly fun character in Joanna with many facets and layers to her personality.”
“Joanna is having a contest over at The Soap Bar Blog!”
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