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


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Joan +‎ -ie


  • I called Joanie last week and had her take your name off the list.

    Sea Escape

  • I have to call Joanie's orthodonist tomorrow and reschedule her appointment.

    July 2010

  • 'But surely,' Joanie's eyebrows rose, 'Mona will be eating in the kitchen, as usual.'

    The Elvis Latte

  • Joan, or "Joanie" was basically the "mother" of the New York Star Trek conventions-the first one in January 1972, which started off a phenomena that continues to this day.

    Joan Winston: RIP

  • Joan Marie "Joanie" Laurer born December 27, 1969 is an American actress and retired professional wrestler.


  • In 2003, she set off to rediscover the "Joanie" inside.


  • I paired the suit with MichaMi's pink blouse and scarf from the "Joanie" outfit.

    Fashion World of SL

  • Twain Harte resident Joan "Joanie" Marie Carle died April 10 at Memorial Medical Center in

    The Union Democrat, Sonora, CA News, Sports, & Weather

  • "Companies want the candidates that are growing up using those tools and technologies, and that's recent college graduates," said Joanie Ruge, a senior vice president at SFN Group, which owns 600 job-placement agencies across the U.S.

    Middle-Aged Job Hunters Struggle in Weak Recovery

  • Bobby, the dishwasher said to me: "We're going to war, Joanie."

    Joan E. Dowlin: 9/11 Reflections: Breakfast at the Pike


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