from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Anne 1665-1714. Queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1702-1714). The last monarch of the Stuart line, she was also the last English ruler to exercise the royal veto over Parliament (1707).
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- proper n. A female given name.
- proper n. A male given name.
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- n. Queen of England and Scotland and Ireland; daughter if James II and the last of the Stuart monarchs; in 1707 she was the last English ruler to exercise the royal veto over parliament (1665-1714)
GUY CANNADY, FATHER OF ANNE PRESSLY: It ` s just unbelievable that a random robbery like this would involve the brutal slaying of Anne in this way.
DEBI NICHOLLS, FRIEND OF ANNE HJELLE: I was probably 20 feet behind Anne and this mountain lion jumped on her back.
In the catalogue of the Shakespeare Library of Warwick Castle is the title of a book written by a Hathaway clergyman of Tewkesbury, said to be "a descendant of Anne Hathaway," ignoring the fact that _Anne Hathaway_ was
Little white-faced things like nobody I know of, certainly not like our family, shrinking away and clinging to that black woman as if Anne was an ogre -- _Anne!
When Anne and her mother called the next morning to thank their benefactress, she was not up; but her servant gave them a parcel from his mistress: it contained a fresh supply of needlework, a gown, and some other clothes, which were directed _for Anne_.
Ben says: @Anne: Anne, you just know they're going to serve champagne and strawberries after ...
ANNE OF THE ISLAND ... picks up the story with Anne, now eighteen, leaving Avonlea and heading off to Redmond College to get her BA and become a teacher.
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - Authorities have ruled as accidental a Thursday afternoon fire that caused thousands of dollars of damage to a chicken house in Princess Anne.
Also four daughters: Anne, who died on June 7tb, l648, and was buried at Greenwich, in Kent j Emeline j Abigail, or Anne« wife of Nicholas Knolles, called Earl of Banbury, "1 and died I6d0i and Elizabeth, who died unmarried.
He said it sounded like an A , like the name Anne or Annie and did that make sense to me?