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Jane Austen
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Jane Austen: (1775-1817) English novelist, author of "Sense and Sensibility" and "Pride and Prejudice"
Jane Eyre
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Jane Eyre: Novel written by Charlotte Bronte and published in 1847 about Jane Eyre who is madly in love with the contemplative Mr. Rochester
Jane Fonda
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Jane Fonda: (born 1937) Academy Award-winning U.S. film actress, daughter of Henry Fonda
Jane Seymour
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Jane Seymour : (1509-1537) Queen of England (1536-1537) and third wife of king Henry VIII who died after giving birth to Edward VI
Jane-of-apes
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Jane-of-apes: A silly, pert girl corresponding to jackanapes. Massinger.
Janeiro
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Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro, city in Brazil (former capital) family name
Janet Reno
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Janet Reno: (born 1938) U.S. Attorney General in the Clinton administration who was the first woman who became attorney general of the United States
Jangle
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Jangle: Idle talk prate chatter babble. Chaucer. Discordant sound 6. wrangling. The musical jangle of sleigh bells. Longfellow.
Jangler
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Jangler: An idle talker a babbler a prater. Chaucer. A wrangling, noisy fellow.
Jangleress
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Jangleress: A female prater or babbler.
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