yonnie


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yonnie

(ˈjɒnɪ)
n
children's slang Austral a stone
[from a native Australian language]
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We had an ace up our sleeve, though; a Puerto Rican by way of Tampa, FL, by the name of Yonnie Cruz.
Great care, easy access and an affordable, predictable price support employers' goals to reduce absenteeism and increase productivity," said Yonnie Chesley, CEO of H2U.
Solan will be accompanied by Aviv Bahar on the oud, kupuz and guitar, Yonnie Dror on wind instruments, Avri Borochov on bass, and Ben Dagovitch on percussions.
Glen's daughter Yonnie was bursting with pride when she told me at least five or six people a day still come up to her dad and tell him he's a legend.
Leone's family would like to thank the caring staff at Sterling Village for the wonderful care that Yonnie received.
Sir Paul's donation followed an approach by committee member, Yonnie McInnes.
Yonnie Williams and Marilyn Herrington assisted with fence construction.
But on the two-point conversion try, Littleton broke up a pass to the end zone for tight end Yonnie Jackson.
Gilmore and Yonnie began working for the railroad in the 1940s while Ashley and Bowman were employed beginning in the late 1960s.
That's an employee-focused approach to better health," said Yonnie Chesley, CEO of Health to You (H2U).
Glen - who lives in Ayrshire with wife Beryl and has two grown-up children, Yonnie and Christopher, and three grandsons - recalls: "It was a great show.
After scoring a touchdown with 41 seconds left, the Trojans' two-point conversion attempt failed when Rob Johnson's pass to Yonnie Jackson fell incomplete.