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  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Jane.


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  • If I hadn't done that, then I wouldn't have been able to sing in 'Janie Jones' [an upcoming film].

    'Little Miss Sunshine' on Self-Esteem

  • The protagonist, Janie, is a black woman growing up in rural Florida some time around the late nineteenth/early twentieth century; Hurston tells us the story of her childhood, her three marriages, natural disaster, and trial for murder.

    Linkspam for 17-10-2009

  • He calls Janie “kiddo,” which is weird, since Janie is two months older than Carrie.


  • She calls Janie into her office and closes the door.


  • Darkman, I don’t think that’s what Janie is about at all.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Gettin paid to watch TV…

  • “Somehow the idea of Janie and magic together makes me very nervous,” said Charles when the doorway was empty.

    The Night Of the Solstice

  • And to all the fans of the Wake trilogy: Thank you from the bottom of my heart for spreading the word about Janie and Cabe.


  • My friend, let's call her Janie, was a smart woman who worked as a masseuse and healer, which was rewarding but not lucrative enough to pay for insurance.

    Texas Faith: Is health care a moral imperative? | RELIGION Blog |

  • Dumbass calls Janie up to the front to help demonstrate.


  • It still sat freeze-dried in her storage locker, what she insisted on calling The Janie Mulmer Museum of Reconstituted Bread Loves.

    The Binding Code


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