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- proper noun A female
given name, variant of Brooklyn.
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She often spoke of her four granddaughters -- Alyssa, Savannah, Cassidy and Brooklynn -- and papered her workspace with photos of "the girls" and their artwork and notes.
I heard there was a tornado in Brooklynn... is this caused by global warming too?
Amber Williams scored 14 points and Brooklynn Hinkens added 13 to lead cold-shooting Cal State Bakersfield 3-12, which lost for the 11th time in 12 games.
The latest incident involves 4-year-old Brooklynn Morris who wanted a chocolate shake and was allegedly served a "mudslide" shake that contains vodka and Kahlua at a Chicago area Chili's restaurant.
I was very happy for Brooklynn and the success she had (Saturday).
"Brooklynn battled all day and worked hard for each of her wins," Wiemers said.
"Lt. Don Sumrall with the Jones County Investigations Division was contacted by family yesterday (July 21) and told that she had been found in Brooklynn, Miss., with friends,"
Trew filled in at No. 1 singles for regular Jessica Jankovits, and Coach Wiemers said Brooklynn played extremely well while picking up huge points for the team.
Because I don't know how anyone could confuse a Brooklynn accent for either Chris Rock or a black accent.
Overall, Brooklynn played some great tennis and was rewarded for her effort by taking top honors.
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