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  • proper noun A female given name; a spelling variant of Roxane, fairly popular since the 1930s.

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Examples

  • She said Jones, using the name Roxanne Melissa Farris, last year offered her unborn twins to her for adoption and then contacted her often asking for money for rent, food and utilities.

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  • She said Jones, using the name Roxanne Melissa Farris, last year offered her unborn twins to her for adoption and then contacted her often asking for money for rent, food and utilities.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • I called Roxanne from the hospital to let her know where I was.

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  • I called Roxanne as soon as Matthew left to see if Jan could babysit.

    Promise Me

  • (Quarks, for those of you stretching your memories back to when Daryl Hannah was talking about them in Roxanne, are the building blocks of protons and neutrons.)

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  • Roxanne is completely useless, pointless, and would have best been left by the wayside.

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  • Characterizations are also well-done; Roxanne is a feisty, wisecracking, and ultimately very likable, protagonist.

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  • Guys have to drink on the word Roxanne, and girls have to drink on the line Red Light.

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  • Mojo also just received the blessing from Sting to use the name Roxanne for his cover of the legendary song by The Police.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • Mojo also just received the blessing from Sting to use the name Roxanne for his cover of the legendary song by The Police.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

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