from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of central Germany southwest of Leipzig. Napoleon I decisively defeated the Prussians here on October 14, 1806. Population: 102,000.
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- proper n. Jena (independent city in Thuringia, Germany)
- proper n. A female given name, a rare variant of Gina.
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- n. the battle in 1806 in which Napoleon decisively defeated the Prussians
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JENA, Louisiana CNN.com — Thousands of protesters clogged the tiny town of Jena, Louisiana, Thursday to show their indignation over what they consider unjust, unequal punishments meted out in two racially charged incidents.
ELLEN BUCKNER, JENA RESIDENT: It shows they care for those boys, that they're behind them and they care about Jena.
ELLEN BUCKNER, JENA RESIDENT: Because show that they care for those boys, that they're behind them, and they care about Jena.
JENA, LA - SEPTEMBER 20: Bryant Purvis, one of the 'Jena Six' listens to the Rev. Al Sharpton before the start of a civil rights march on September 20, 2007 in Jena,
JENA, LA - SEPTEMBER 20: A protester holds two paintings ouside of Jena High School during a civil rights march on September 20, 2007 in Jena, Louisiana.
For the mayor, the term "Jena Six" has taken on new meaning.
Would an anti-bullying program have saved those kids in Jena?
Romantic movement in Jena, his ideas were now becoming
JM: Jena is tested severely – her father has to go away for the winter, and although she and her sisters should be able to cope, a series of unlucky events plus the interference of domineering second cousin Cezar robs them of their independence and places their home and the business in danger.
Jena is forced to reassess her relationships with her sisters and with Cezar.