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Kendrick rapidly chants these last lines in repetition with Bilal and Anna Wise sing-shouting behind him, like a rallying cry.Kendrick Lamar Shuts Down ‘The Colbert Report’ with Untitled Track|Charlise Ferguson|December 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Purely by chance, Anna Coren had landed in Sydney just as the chocolate shop siege began.
MOSCOW—Every now and then I run into Anna Chapman at a nail salon called “Little Fingers” on Potapovsky Avenue in downtown Moscow.
There are few actresses these days that inspire more goodwill than Anna Kendrick.Anna Kendrick on Feminism, #GamerGate, and the Celebrity Hacking Attack|Marlow Stern|November 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So many were arrested in Leningrad, the poet Anna Akhmatova said, that the city “dangled like an appendage from its prisons….”
This gentleman thinks he would like it, and Anna is frantic to see the boys.The Story Of Julia Page|Kathleen Norris
Anna immediately went over to the child, to try and persuade her to fulfil her duty.The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6|E. Rameur
Anna followed her back to the farmyard, where she pushed open the door of a shed, and beckoned her companion in.Thistle and Rose|Amy Walton
Anna Petrovna was showing Sister K—— a large and hideous photograph of her children.The Dark Forest|Hugh Walpole
Anna came down the hall, evidently trying to restrain a giggle at his dusty appearance.In the Mist of the Mountains|Ethel Turner
British Dictionary definitions for anna
Word Origin for anna
Word Origin and History for anna
fem. proper name, from Latin Anna, from Greek Anna, from Hebrew Hannah, literally "grace, graciousness" (see Hannah).