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  • proper n. A female given name, a variant of Janet.


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  • According to Crime Stoppers, Freedman has the word Janette and a rose tattooed on her chest and a cross tattooed on her upper left arm.

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  • I finally worked up the courage to call Janette, fearful that she would think I was crazy to want to write an entire book about my rear end.

    Embracing Your Big Fat Ass

  • It was so funny, I had to call Janette in Michigan to tell her.

    Lying with you on a Tuesday morning (yeah, it's Wednesday, shh!)

  • Her daughter's called Janette and she's married to a doctor and they've got twin girls and they live in a place called Bismarck.

    Put On By Cunning

  • The Filipina, identified as Janette, lodged a complaint against her sponsor accusing him of raping her before she ran away.

    Arab Times Kuwait English Daily

  • Thankfully, his own partner's name Janette has the flavour of bacon for him while Labrador barking tastes of custard.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Now, obviously Janette should have been here, but Mia Michaels fucked up AGAIN and called Janette her favorite dancer, which led every fan of the show to vote for someone else to save them from elimination.

    allemand left and do-si-do

  • "Janette," Anne interrupted, "if I hear that once more I leave -- I seek another situation."

    The Mischief Maker

  • "Janette," said I, "how do you like the thought of going off so far from us all?"

    Bertha and Her Baptism

  • The "Janette" pump from Kathryn Kerrigan, who opens her new Bucktown location this week

    Chicago Reader


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