[jon-stuh n, -suh n]
- Albert Sidney,1803–62, Confederate general in the U.S. Civil War.
- Joseph Eggleston,1807–91, Confederate general in the U.S. Civil War.
- Mary,1870–1936, U.S. writer.
- a town in E central Rhode Island.
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Examples from the Web for johnston
So since everyone sues over just about anything these days, Johnston is taking the casino (The Downtown Grand) to court.A Boozer, A Casino, and The Inevitable Lawsuit
March 7, 2014
But Johnston says she thinks this is more a calculated ploy for publicity than a groundbreaking move.‘Blurred Lines,’ Robin Thicke’s Summer Anthem, Is Kind of Rapey
June 17, 2013
Posing for a picture with a man who throws his arm over her shoulder, Johnston kindly asks that he not touch her.
It all started in January at a yoga studio in Manhattan, when Johnston was banished after she took her top off in class.
McAllister then offered to call Kelly, who later asked if Johnston was living with Todd and Sarah.
"I will venture a rover with you, or try long-butts or hoyles," said old Johnston.
Aylward, Johnston, let your men form a harrow on either side of the ridge.
"Do not shoot outside the fifteen-score paces," cried Johnston.
"It is the Seneschal of Toulouse, with his following," said Johnston, shading his eyes with his hand.
Captain Johnston did not get back to the ship for four-and-twenty hours.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper