jeanette


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jeanette

(dʒæˈnɛt)
n
a light jean cloth
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Jeanette Macdonald, 58, from Barry, died from her injuries after the crash near Fonmon on Wednesday.
Jazz Jennings' bottom surgery is not a walk in the park, and this is what the trans teen's mother, Jeanette, realized when her daughter experienced some complications and was forced to undergo an emergency surgery.
Jeanette Swinhoe, who works as a domestic assistant at Trinity House in Lockerbie, was awarded Ancillary of the Year at the North West Regional Great British Care Awards held in Manchester recently.
Friends Jeanette Love and Sharon Waterson, who are both youth officers, came up with the plan after a number of their close friends and family members started treatment for cancer.
Jeanette Don, 59, and her 14-yearold daughter Lydia, from Crumpsall, were sleeping in the battered 2006-registered Fiat Chausson at an 'aire de service' [service area] in the south of France when they were woken by a thief who broke into the front of the vehicle and snatched a canvas bag which contained all their cash and travel documents.
Jeanette Wagg passed away in the home she shared with her husband, Harry, on Sunday.
Opening her heart for the first time since the tragedy, grieving mum Jeanette has told of the devastating impact drugs had on her son's life.
Spouses Jeanette and Leo Malingin asked Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales and the Ombudsman for the Military and Other Law Enforcement Offices to hold the respondents liable for robbery, extortion, incriminatory machinations, perjury, illegal arrest, arbitrary detention, malicious prosecution, grave misconduct, conduct unbecoming an officer, dishonesty and betrayal of public trust.