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  • proper n. A female given name, a Swedish diminutive form of Anna.

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Examples

  • My oldest daughter Annika is a huge Hannah Montana fan.

    A Hannah Montana Concert (as Seen Through the Eyes of an Economist) - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Although this effort to raise money for Annika is a small one, it's also just one of many that are all over the blogosphere.

    The Price is Right

  • Annika is in need of yet another transplant due to a liver disease; she went in to the hospital four months ago and has already capped her insurance limit of $1,000,000 which means that, on top of her health issues, this little girl is currently uninsured.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • Annika is diagnosed as being in "a persistent vegetative state."

    Maybe A Miracle by Brian Strause: Questions

  • Irene had called her Annika from the moment they had been reunited on Earth three years earlier.

    Star Trek: Voyager®: Full Circle

  • Now playing today in Germany, Tiger Woods says he's fine with the idea of Annika playing with the men.

    CNN Transcript May 14, 2003

  • “Not really,” I said, and pasted Amber Gross’s smile on my face and walked down the hallway wishing there were an Amsterdam for almost-thirteen-year-old girls, a place I could run to and eat pancakes with apples and raisins, a place where I could go, and change my name to Annika, and never come home again.

    Certain Girls

  • I could tell people that my parents had been married and they’d loved me very much but unfortunately had died in a car accident, and everyone would believe me because I’d change my name to Annika and there wouldn’t be anyone around to tell them otherwise.

    Certain Girls

  • Some had children who were survivors, such as Annika, 13, who was diagnosed with Stage 2 of Burkitt's lymphoma after her parents thought she had the flu.

    LJWorld.com stories: News

  • A master's student working at the World Wildlife Fund in Senegal, Annika O'Dea, says Palmarin's coast serves as just one example of how climate change has affected the ecosystems of West Africa.

    West Africa Explores Ways to Mitigate Climate Change's Effects

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