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


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  • In one image, Roseanne is seen baking gingerbread man cookies, which are referred to as “Burnt Jew Cookies” in the accompanying article.

    Roseanne Barr Hitler “Burnt Jew Cookies” Photo Spread Heeb Magazine: The German Issue

  • Granted, Roseanne is not a universally beloved classic: Through her hideous off-screen behavior and on-screen self-indulgence, Roseanne Barr not only destroyed the series but also degraded its reputation.

    Critic's Corner Weekend

  • So, I think Roseanne is obviously full of smelly poo.

    Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie Burial Plans

  • The show -- "Roseanne" -- went back into production over the summer, and that season it upended "A Different World" as the No. 2 show on TV.

    This Writers' Strike Feels Like a Rerun From 1988

  • PS The most surprising thing we found in Roseanne’s garbage was several copies of the National Enquirer.

    November 2007

  • But the one question I’ve gotten every single time is this: What was in Roseanne’s garbage?

    November 2007

  • That guy really knows how to divide people and as you know, Roseanne, that is how I am really able to control the world, for now.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Do you worry that you'll always be known as Roseanne's ex-husband?


  • In November 2000, I'd made arrangements to board Kramer with his vet, but decided to call Roseanne to see if she wanted to keep him for a couple of weeks.

    The Seattle Times

  • This woman who we'll call Roseanne says she picked up a cigarette more than twenty years ago while waitressing at a local casino.

    KOLO - HomePage - Headlines


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