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- proper n. A female given name borrowed from French in the nineteenth century.
- n. A term of derision used by Quebec separatists to refer to Federalist-voting French Quebecois housewives.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cordial liqueur, one of those known as a crème from its consistency.
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SHARON SMITH, CALLED 911 AFTER YVETTE WAS ATTACKED: Thank you, and hello, Yvette.
Yvette is going to be so jealous, as she really wanted to get a Siamese.
I spoke with an intern in Yvette Clarke’s office to express my opinion that passing the Senate bill is the best option at this point (despite sending her $ this summer to support the public option.)
One woman, identified as Yvette, passes an interview to work at a Poundland store in Doncaster but learns that the salary is no match for the benefit paid to a mother of four.
She's name Yvette, she 18 year old, and she study in Budapest.
They discovered an alien called Yvette and brought it back to earth - much to their eternal shame
The building, known as the Yvette and Louis Tekel Senior Residence, is on the same property as the Esther Gitlow Towers.
The 'Matron of Ephesus' of Petronius was the great-grandmother of the 'Yvette' of
They’re all definites, he says, calling Yvette’s name along with the others.
At this name Yvette awoke: “My poor Muscade, can you think of such a thing?
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