joannes


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joannes

(dʒəʊˈæniːz)
n, pl -nes
a variant of johannes
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"Upon my soul, so it's you, 'Joannes Frollo de Molendino!'" cried one of them, to a sort of little, light-haired imp, with a well-favored and malign countenance, clinging to the acanthus leaves of a capital; "you are well named John of the Mill, for your two arms and your two legs have the air of four wings fluttering on the breeze.
"By the mercy of the devil," retorted Joannes Frollo, "these four hours and more; and I hope that they will be reckoned to my credit in purgatory.
"Down with the rector, the electors, and the procurators!" cried Joannes.
"How happy they are to see all that!" sighed Joannes de Molendino, still perched in the foliage of his capital.
`The road is never very safe during fair time.' -- `Oh, as to the robbers,' said Joannes,
-- `And who are you?' -- `Eh, pardieu, Joannes, the jeweller.' -- `Well, and you said I offended the good God,' said La Carconte with a horrid smile.
Consolacion will be led by Joannes Alegado and his mother incumbent town Mayor Teresa Alegado.
L-R: Joanne Jones with her children, Ava and Adam, Natalie Millington (Joannes sister) and Pauline Millington (Joannes Mum) at Claire House Children's Hospice
He was the son of Joannes Jacozam and Anna Kostachin and had a sister named Christina.
Police said Alicaycay has a standing arrest warrant for reckless imprudence resulting in damage to property, issued by Judge Josephus Joannes Asis of the Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 40.
At each stage, the vertical, east-striking Joannes Segment is triggered during the mainshock.
Similar to Lobarto[x], one Joannes Bavia Frenech writes in the album of his friend Sigismundus Ortelius: