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Mary Jane

1. and Mary J. and Maryjane n. marijuana. (see also jane.) I can’t live another day without Mary Jane!
2. n. a plain-looking girl. She’s just a Mary Jane and will never be a glamour girl.
See also: Jane, Mary
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Mary Jane Veloso went to Malaysia with her neighbor and recruiter Crisitina Sergio who promised to find her a job in Malaysia.
Indonesia's reported 'moratorium' is a welcome Christmas gift for Mary Jane and her family.
But how much time would it have taken for Mary Jane to walk a few steps to this woman's room and press the button on the monitor to get an accurate readout?
Mary Jane feels like an unknown: while she makes efforts in life, she largely feels her achievements are too little .
Mary Jane so treatment This is then followed by Fractora resurfacing, which uses controlled radio frequency through 60 micro-needles held gently against the skin.
Maybe Smokey took my leftover art project scraps," Mary Jane said.
Jumpstarting Communication Skills in Children with Autism: A Parent's guide to Applied Verbal Behavior" is a guide to better understanding Autism from Mary Jane Weiss, who advises parents in how to teach their autistic children to better communicate with others and how to get around their possible deficiencies that stem from their autism.
The Beer Institute has announced the hiring of Mary Jane Saunders as the organization's new general counsel.
Maureen Thorne, by email MY GRANDFATHER, James Henry Mayfield, and his two sisters, Mary Jane and Harriett, were born in Worcestershire in 1862, 1859 and 1860 respectively.
Shimasani is the story of Mary Jane, a young Navajo girl who spends her days herding sheep.
Also in the Fall of 2008, Bloom toured the Southeast, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast with diverse ensembles including Ensemble Chaconne, The Olmsted Ensemble, The Aardvark Jazz Orchestra (36th season), the Duo "2" with pianist Mary Jane Rupert (featuring Bloom's transcription for alto flute of Marion Bauer's viola sonata), and mezzo-soprano D'Anna Fortunato and pianist Mary Jane Rupert in a program that included works by American composers Daniel Pinkham, George Gershwin, and Elizabeth Vercoe.
I WAS TRAVELING OUT WEST when I got a call from Mary Jane Fisher's daughter telling me that her mom had passed away at the age of 90 in her sleep on Sept.
All the recipes in the cheesemaking article (March/ April, 2008) came from the book, Goats Produce Too, by Mary Jane Toth.