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The logo of a Canadian brand called Plain jane Homme is a silhouette of a naked woman with underwear around her ankles.
They ended up putting jane in long sleeves after a while because I ended up getting all these tattoos.
I started to think of these sections in part as being the interior place where the characters of jane and Esther perhaps overlap.
“I think jane Holl Lute would be a terrific candidate, and I urge the president to consider her,” Carper said.
Keep with Master Ambrose and jane as close to me as you can.
"He certainly was not what is called a domestic character," said Aunt jane.
But jane had no intention of doing so, at any rate, till she had had some tea.
Kate and Harry, meanwhile, awaited their opportunity to go in and visit Aunt jane.
He drew up a chair before it for Aunt jane and made her comfortable.
fem. proper name, from French Jeanne, Old French Jehane, from Medieval Latin Johanna (see John). As a generic name for "girl, girlfriend" it is attested from 1906 in U.S. slang. Never a top-10 list name for girls born in the U.S., it ranked in the top 50 from 1931 to 1956. It may owe its "everywoman" reputation rather to its association with John.