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johnson

1. n. a thing. (see also jones.) Hand me that little johnson.
2. n. a penis. (Again, a thing. Usually objectionable.) Zip up, or your johnson’ll get out.
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Born in 1918 in Arkansas City, Arkansas, Johnson--a grandson of slaves--gained his relentless drive from his late mother, Gertrude Johnson Williams.
He talked about his deceased mother, Gertrude Johnson Williams, and her lifelong desire to take her only son to a place far away from Arkansas, far away from the certainties of life in the South and uncertainties of life on the Mississippi River, a river that nearly took both of their lives during the Flood of 1927.
Thompson is also the winner of numerous awards, including Ebony magazine's first writing competition--the Gertrude Johnson Williams Literary Contest--in 1989.
00), by Angela Henry, a finalist in EBONY'S 10th Annual Gertrude Johnson Williams writing contest, makes her debut with a tightly woven mystery that introduces Kendra Clayton, a smart and witty part-time teacher who suddenly finds herself caught in a deadly turn of events.
Jesse Jackson, who delivered the benediction, noted that a determined and education-loving mother, Gertrude Johnson Williams, helped make the Johnson miracle possible.
Addressing the audience, publisher recalls wit and wisdom of his mother, Gertrude Johnson Williams (left), who raised him in Mississippi River town of Arkansas City.
Gertrude Johnson Williams, who played a major role in the founding of the company.
I had entered the [Gertrude Johnson Williams Writing] contest four years in a row," says the 37-year-old mother of two.
Gertrude Johnson Williams, who was a strong advocate of excellence and education.
Gertrude Johnson Williams Prize changed Sharon Draper's life
Truth is often stranger than fiction, as Juanita Carter discovered when she won first prize in Ebony's annual Getrude Johnson Williams Writing Contest.
And service inspired the Gertrude Johnson Williams Oratorical Contest for NACWC Youth, which was established by EBONY Publisher John H.