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


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  • I waited until my heart slowed down and then I called Joann.

    What Would Emma Do?

  • We called Joann, who told us that she did, in fact, have a photographer friend, named Loren Santow, who’d been working on a series of portraits of exonerated people, and he’d just taken Delbert’s portrait.

    Living Justice

  • However, several sources find George sending his second wife, Joan sometimes called Joann, to warmer Jamestown, Virginia, from the too-cold Newfoundland, where she suffered from illnesses.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Google the name Joann Vara for more info on this lawsuit, this person works in the tv and film industry and she's posted some very interesting comments about this lawsuit all over the net.

    Heroes Season 2 Officially Sucks

  • For more information call Joann at 285-0105 or Kaaren at 625-6423.

    Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Top Stories

  • The Albert Lea Transit Bus, sponsored by Albert Lea Medical Center and Sanderson Auto, brings people to the market each Wednesday and you can call Joann at 379-1111 for more information on that.

    The Albert Lea Tribune

  • Thank-you to the readers who donated in my name, both the nameless first (who, the campaign insists, is called Joann, and is my wife) and the second.

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  • "Competition now leads to sunshine and the sound of a million celestial harps," said market analyst Joann Brimsburl.

    Spencer Green: Capitalism to Be Replaced By Surrealism

  • Chess, said Joann, messes with your brain and makes you think about something before you do it.

    Chess, as a Survival Skill

  • Across the board, 15-year-old Joann, sent here after throwing a punch at a classmate, was losing the match and wasn't happy about it.

    Chess, as a Survival Skill


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