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jann

(dʒæn)
pl n
the least powerful order of jinna jinni of this orderany jinni or jinn
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From left, mum Roseann Allison, sister Stephanie Allison and brother Paul Jordanson; WRECKED BOAT: The remains of the Jann Denise II
Two album covers make the list - Peter Blake and his wife Jann Haworth's Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, from 1967, and New Order's Power, Corruption and Lies from 1983.
The report by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) said all the evidence indicated that their boat, the Jann Denise II, began to take in water due to her "poor structural condition".
In a world where Entertainment Tonight's Jann Carl and the New York Post's Cindy Adams have steady gigs, it's difficult to satirize entertainment journalism.
The major operation was ended by Humber Coastguard at 4.30pm yesterday after a 24-hour hunt for the Jann Denise II.
Imagine an amalgamation of Margaret Thatcher, Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner, and Elvis Presley.
The event was co-chaired by Arie Kopelman, Jann Wenner, Jonathan Rose, and Dan Tishman.
It is true that painters like the British artist Pauline Boty or the American Rosalyn Drexler remained minor figures on the fringe of a movement dominated by men, but in a show of this size one might have expected at least a reference to the work of sculptors Marisol and Jann Haworth.
Estonian Jann Kirsipuu, who finished third in the sprint, retained the overall leader's yellow jersey.
BARBICAN THEATRE, LONDON JUNE 15-20, 1998 BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND JUNE 3-7, 1998 REVIEWED BY JANN PARRY
They led 15-9 at the interval after tries from second row Jann Lemeur and centre Thomas Ossard, when Elwood was guilty of a poor handling error.
"He" is Jann Wenner, editor, publisher and founder, in whose image the magazine is graven.