American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Shawn, Ted 1891-1972. American dancer and choreographer noted for his partnership with Ruth Saint Denis. Together they founded the Denishawn Dance School (1915), for which he choreographed works based on Native American themes.
- n. A male given name, popular in the US in the 1970s.
- n. A female given name, transferred from the male name.
- n. United States dancer and choreographer who collaborated with Ruth Saint Denis (1891-1972)
- An anglicized spelling of Seán, the Irish equivalent of John, originally meaning "Jehovah has been gracious" in Hebrew. (Wiktionary)
“PAM AKERS, SHAWN HORNBECK'S MOTHER: It's something that I am sure Shawn doesn't want to do.”
“PAM AKERS, MOTHER OF SHAWN HORNBECK: That's one of the questions I will be asking Shawn when the time is right and when he feels that he could talk about it.”
“PAM AKERS, SHAWN HORNBECK'S MOTHER: It's something that I am sure Shawn isn't wanting to do.”
“PAM AKERS, MOTHER OF SHAWN HORNBECK: I believe Shawn will come to us when he's ready.”
“PAM AKERS, MOTHER OF SHAWN HORNBECK: At this point, we really don't know what that is, but we -- Shawn did tell us that he was just terrified.”
“PAM AKERS, MOTHER OF SHAWN HORNBECK: Shawn is a miracle here.”
“CRAIG AKERS, STEPFATHER OF SHAWN HORNBECK: We think we found Shawn.”
“Jose liked the name Shawn Michaels, and he called me that half the time anyway.”
“Shawn is familiar with the dynamics of portable water filters because he's seen the LifeStraw, a similar water purification system, at work.”
“I only bought two ears, though, since Shawn is off on her business trip to Washington, D.C. Okay, I'm sweating now.”
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