Obama's Young Mother Abroad janny Scott, The New York Times Magazine She carried her chin a few degrees higher than most.
Under his scrutiny janny sat serenely with a more than wonted air of self-possession.
What had janny done to make the house such an object of attraction?
janny sighed comfortably, her head still upon his shoulder, the weariness easing away from her heart.
janny let out something—broke down, I fancy, although mother wouldn't give her away any further.
janny winced; she had never lived with genius, and, somehow, she thought it would be different.
janny nodded, took a small cake of paraffin, melted it, and with a bit of cloth sponged the cat as it lay upon the table.
After this janny broke a half-dozen eggs, separating the white from the yolk.
Ariels selfishness smote him consciously; he thought with a pang of janny, and he made resolutions.
janny dear, corrected Ariel, with a look straight into her eyes, ye mean the material did.