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  • proper noun A female given name, from the German form of Susan.

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Examples

  • The one Susanne is referring to (and is currently married to) was best man at my wedding.

    An evil that even Jack Bauer can't overcome

  • I called Susanne of In-House Translators – A Dying Breed in a panic, and we tried to troubleshoot the problem over the phone.

    2009 January « Musings from an overworked translator

  • I called Susanne of In-House Translators – A Dying Breed in a panic, and we tried to troubleshoot the problem over the phone.

    Translator, heal thyself « Musings from an overworked translator

  • What Susanne is referring to I think was a clearly orchestrated Hustings where two hard working Councillors, Graham Baker (St Georges) and Doreen Scott (Holloway) were unceromoniously ditched.

    LibDems Losing Members & Activists?

  • The title of Susanne Rostock's documentary on the life of Harry Belafonte comes from something Paul Robeson said to Belafonte once in a New York theater where the young Harlem-born singer and then-budding social activist was starring in a play.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • "Susanne," she cried aloud, a thought striking her, "it is never Sir Fran -- it is not monsieur?"

    East Lynne, or, The Earl's Daughter

  • For you might have called Susanne, who goes to school, and I have thought you liked her better than you do me. "

    A Little Girl in Old Detroit

  • "Susanne," she called to her maid, who was in the inner room, "I am dressing at once.

    Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo

  • "Susanne," she cried aloud, a thought striking her, "it is never Sir

    East Lynne

  • Course, it didn't have to be this way: The "deluxe edition" of this, the red album, features five outtakes better than the songs that made the cut-which isn't saying much, as only two of them are worth adding to the permanent playlist ( "Miss Sweeney," which I swear to God has the exact same chorus as "Susanne"; and "The Spider," again with the

    Dallas Observer | Complete Issue

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