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- proper n. A diminutive of Judith, also used as a formal female given name.
- proper n. A mountain mentioned in Quraan
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The puppet taking the part of Punch's wife in a “Punch and Judy” show.
- n. In China, a native courtezan: so called by foreigners.
- n. A kelt, or spent male salmon.
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She, who knew me far better than the others and might have recognized the name Judy Baker, was beginning to look alarmed.
The child made the Colonel look at the doll which she called Judy, "after ole mammy Judy, who came nigh havin 'de pow' at de funeral, an 'who done made it for her," Jake explained.
Apparently Judy is out of the office “through June 5th”.
Concerning letters to the editor: You ought to check out the ones my cousin Judy Brouillette writes to the “Columbus Ledger Inquirer” in Georgia.
That boy is gonna be wearing pantyhose and singin 'Judy Garland songs before he done turns 18.
A close student of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and former dean of Naropa University, Judy is too laid-back and soft-spoken to be considered one of the “stars” of Western Buddhism.
Judge Judy had more experience as a judge yet Rehnquist was Chief Justice and Judge Judy is a mouthy New Yorker who would is an entertainer, not a jurist.
No zombie attacks, but it gets across a plot point — that Judy is now watching the sick girl in the basement.
Judy is writing about this in the Guadalajara Reporter.
Wonder why candidates like Judy Feder and Brian Moran will get absolutely crushed, in Judy's case again in 08 and Moran's case when he gets the nod in 09?????