from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A variety of beet (Beta vulgaris var. cicla) having large succulent leaves used as a vegetable.


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  • Basically, it's been starting at the earliest chronological point I've written her at - an unfortunate encounter with Jeramie when she's 14.


  • Why was Jeramie not mowing the lawn and helping out his parents prior to his dad's job transfer?

    Would you move 1000 miles for your job?

  • Jeramie Johnson had two of his three interceptions in the fourth quarter to seal the victory. - Scores

  • But after a 19-yard pass from Leak to O.J. Small, safety Jeramie Johnson made a diving interception at the Mississippi State 44 to set up the winning score.

  • We're pressing forward on that and we're continuing to investigate the Jeramie Davis part of it.

    The Seattle Times

  • "I think Jeramie might be our best overall baseball player," Malone said.

    Corpus Christi Caller Times, Stories

  • Jeramie reconnected with us and in a true Slayer moment, after all of the things done and said, the five of us realized we make great music together and that it was time to grow up and forget about the unimportant past.


  • "To win the region you're going to need three to four good pitchers and we've got Jeramie and Nate Rawe we can count on, and Shaun and Jake both having good games today helped a lot,"

    Cincinnati.Com - All Local News

  • Jeramie lives in the mountainous province of Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines, where there is a lot of opportunity to start up a business and to look forward to making a living.

    Kiva Loans

  • At 27 years old, Jeramie is blissfully married to Jay-ar, 29 years old, taho vendor, and they live happily with her two children, Justine and Jaymie, elementary grade school students.

    Kiva Loans


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