Janet


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Janet

(French ʒanɛ)
n
(Biography) Pierre Marie Félix (pjɛr mari feliks). 1859–1947, French psychologist and neurologist, noted particularly for his work on the origins of hysteria
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Here am I, installed once more as a country `schoolma'am' at Valley Road, boarding at `Wayside,' the home of Miss Janet Sweet.
For a few minutes I thought I wasn't going to like Janet as much as I had expected at first sight.
The front door walk is bordered with quahog clam-shells -- `cow-hawks,' Janet calls them; there is Virginia Creeper over the porch and moss on the roof.
Janet loved me for it, just as she detested poor Esther because Esther had said so much shade was unhygienic and had objected to sleeping on a feather bed.
Aunt Janet, Uncle Blair is here," I announced breathlessly at the kitchen door.
Aunt Janet, who was kneading her bread, turned round and lifted floury hands.
He had "a way with him"--revealed even in the manner with which he caught staid Aunt Janet in his arms, swung her matronly form around as though she had been a slim schoolgirl, and kissed her rosy cheek.
Blair, Blair, it is you who are always young," laughed Aunt Janet, not ill pleased.
The envelope, which was unclosed, bore this address: "Lady Janet Roy, Mablethorpe House, Kensington, London.
Fervent expressions of gratitude followed, addressed to Lady Janet.
What if she were to ask Lady Janet Roy to let her supply Miss Roseberry's place?
There was absolutely nothing to stop her from presenting herself to Lady Janet Roy under Grace's name and in Grace's place!