- n. A male given name.
- Anglicised form of the Irish name Seán ("John"). (Wiktionary)
“DAVID GOLDMAN, SEAN GOLDMAN'S FATHER: The first step is for Sean and I to reunite, come home, be with family.”
“PEDRO TAYLOR, SEAN TAYLOR'S FATHER: Sean is a young man that took a passion to football at a very young age.”
“(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) PEDRO TAYLOR, SEAN TAYLOR'S FATHER: Sean is a young man that's -- that took a passion to football at a very young age and not only that, he took a passion to be a scholar athlete.”
“Sean: @Sean Just realized I failed to mention the most ... - posted in”
“GARRELL WILDS, COUSIN OF SEAN TAYLOR: No, Sean wasn't looking for trouble.”
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“He is so good they let him play safety under the alias "Sean Parker" Bill Gates on being the top 1 percent, Fox News and taxes Bug Juice Chicken recipe: families still buggin' cooks for it Iceland: the fiscal path not taken”
“After being deprived of his job as a French tutor at University College, Swansea, and at a Catholic College in Llandeilo, he moved to Ireland to avoid arrest, and there settled with his wife and young children, assuming the name Sean Mauger.”
“That is what they called Sean Quinn - canny conglomerateur to his friends, wily rogue to his enemies and, until recently, the richest man in”
“Now, Sean is the one person the First Lady trusts, and she presses Sean and Michelle into the desperate search to rescue the abducted child.”
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