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jeanette

(dʒæˈnɛt)
n
a light jean cloth
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This flat, flourishing, easy country never could have looked more rich and prosperous than in that opening summer of 1815, when its green fields and quiet cities were enlivened by multiplied red- coats: when its wide chaussees swarmed with brilliant English equipages: when its great canal-boats, gliding by rich pastures and pleasant quaint old villages, by old chateaux lying amongst old trees, were all crowded with well-to-do English travellers: when the soldier who drank at the village inn, not only drank, but paid his score; and Donald, the Highlander, billeted in the Flemish farm- house, rocked the baby's cradle, while Jean and Jeannette were out getting in the hay.
Helen Meehan, lead nurse palliative care at Solihull Care Trust, said "We are very proud of Jeannette and Cath for their work in developing these boxes and improving care for patients.
"Romance On The Road: Traveling Women Who Love Foreign Men" by journalist and world traveler Jeannette Belliveau is a very strongly recommended introduction to the do's and don'ts for women concerning romantic liaisons when traveling in other countries around the world with their various conventions, restrictions, and taboos with respect to the female gender.
By those lights, Jeannette Rankin--the first woman elected to the US Congress, four years before national suffrage--would be an interesting story by default.
Kim Chorosiewski works in Massachusetts, Kate Dresher in Ohio, Diane Shuck in Colorado, and Jeannette Bruno in New Jersey.
The event has been set up by Jeannette Laight and partner Geoff Waldron.
Jeannette McLellan's role as a dedicated tax partner will be to head up the team providing advice to SMEs and individuals.
Joanne Moscrop of Station Road, Wallsend, Jeannette Telfer of Hexham, and Sandra Pickering of Rowlands Gill, all joined their local Slimming World class to try to shed a few pounds.
--Star Wars star NATALIE PORTMAN, on shaving her head for a movie role, as quoted by Jeannette Walls on MSNBC.com, May 17
Thank you, Jeannette Cooperman, for your column about a holiday without gifts (NCR, Jan.
Gourmet chef and Mediterranean traveler Jeannette Seaver presents My New Mediterranean Cookbook, a compilation of recipes using traditional Mediterranean-diet ingredients such as vegetables, legumes, fresh fruit, nuts, cereals, olive oil, fish, red meat, and poultry.
After reading these opening lines translated from its original French from Mariama Ba's poignant Senegalese novel So Long A later (Heinemann, June 1989), Jeannette Harunah felt an emotional connection.