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From Ann Coulter on Ebola to evangelicals on climate change, 2014 was full of award-worthy science denialism.
Unfortunately, the most confused Ebola alarmists had millions of followers: Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter.
Former Texas governor Ann Richards was a big fan of the Texas Rangers, a contingent of which was her protective detail.
He took his diamond cutting practice to the United States in 1949 and settled in Houston with his wife, Ann.
Ann is only one of many “hurricane conspirators” who believe the storm has changed everything.Richard Ford’s Artful Survivalist Guide: The Return of Frank Bascombe|Tom LeClair|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ann Hutchinson had gone to the village school and been presented with prizes for needlework and good behavior.T. Tembarom|Frances Hodgson Burnett
Ann answered only by her tears; and for some minutes they walked on in silence.Mind Amongst the Spindles|Various
For many minutes after Ann had left her, the girl lay stretched out upon the bed.From the Valley of the Missing|Grace Miller White
Then he heard Lynda say, and it almost seemed as if she spoke from a distance she could not cross, “Little Ann, bring father.”The Man Thou Gavest|Harriet T. Comstock
Lady Ann stood speechless, and stared at him with her icicle-eyes.There and Back|George MacDonald
Word Origin and History for ann
fem. proper name, alternative form of Anna, from Latin Anna, from Greek, from Hebrew Hannah (see Hannah). In U.S. black slang, "white woman," also "a black woman who is considered to be acting 'too white;' " also Miss Ann. She is the spouse of Mr. Charlie.