jennet


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Synonyms for jennet

female donkey

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Jennet Conant has written about her grandfather before, in her earlier books 109 East Palace and Tuxedo Park.
Broughton couple Jennet Hargreaves, 40, and fiance Dave Curran are set to marry on May 31 at Thornton Hall Hotel and have a whopping 15 bridesmaids ranging from aged two to 34.
Olesya Getunova, assistant director of leisure sales at Ajman Saray, a Luxury Collection Resort and Starwood's latest Middle Eastern hotel, and Jennet Yevshanova, assistant director of sales at Kempinski Hotel Ajman, both look forward to winter participation from Russia and the CIS countries.
Meanwhile the American national, Jennet said that USA has increased unfair sanctions and policies against Sudan and.
Richmond Francis, Jennet Magistrado-Capuno, Marites M.
Jennet Saryeva and Delia Saryeva won golds at 50 and 100 meter freestyle event.
We struck a deal to purchase a yearling jennet (whom we would name Clara) to be picked up in a month's time when the fencing was complete.
and his wife Bettina, granddaughters Natalya and Maya; grandson Adam Bastille; daughter Morgan Smith, grandson Jack, and granddaughters Lily and Hudson; daughter Amy Driscoll, grandson Patrick and granddaughter Brittany; son Brendan, his wife Joyce, grandson Samuel and granddaughter Anna; and four sisters: Bernice Evans, Jennet Waller, Teresa Prostak, Anne Jewett and many loved nieces and nephews.
Jennet Siebrits, head of residential research at CBRE, said: "We believe that Government housing initiatives will help drive underlying confidence in the market.
Jennet Treharne, defending Berry, who has no previous convictions, said he was a man in ill health who lived an isolated existence and asked for a community order.
Her defence counsel, Jennet Treharne, said she had two teenage sons, both of whom knew nothing of the trouble she had got herself into.
The Lancashire witch-craze; Jennet Preston and the Lancashire witches, 1612.
The performance is an adaptation taken from a recorded trial in 1612, where nine-year-old Jennet Device condemns her entire family to death for the practice of black magic and witchcraft.
After reporting it to the local constabulary, a girl is brought in dying after apparently committing suicide and Arthur finds out why the locals treated him so coldly when he arrived: the people of Crythin Gifford believe that the Woman in Black (Alice's departed sister Jennet, we discover) haunts the town and causes the child of whoever sees her to kill themselves as revenge for her own lost child.
Asi que en el desarrollo de la fabula dramatica principal se van a cruzar el miedo de la inocente Jennet Jourdemayne, que no quiere morir, y el escepticismo escapista del soldado Thomas Mendip, que no quiere vivir.