or Ja·ney

[ jey-nee ]


  1. a female given name, form of Jane.

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Parallel to the World By Us debut, children’s fashion brand Janie and Jack launched a capsule collection on September 24th with styles inspired by the new World By Us characters.

At the time, she had just become co-guardian of her sister, Janie, who has Down syndrome.

Karen is happy Janie never lived in a place like the Arizona Training Program.

“There are a lot of people, concerned family members, inside the house,” says Janie.

We arrested John Andrews,” concludes Janie, “Monday at work.

His androgyny wasn't dangerous in the same way Lou Reed's was in the early '70s, or as comical as Warrant's Janie Lane.

Janie's very realistic, working-class worries over money are especially resonant.

She would buy so and so many yards of percale for new shirt waists for the boys and Janie and Mag.

He had an unreasonable conviction that, if he had known at once of Janie's disappearance, he would have succeeded in tracking her.

We could not silence either Martha or poor Janie—who, I really think, did not know what she was saying.

Then my heart leapt, because I thought he meant he couldn't marry Janie Iver.

Hastily and in ignorance he included Janie in the scope of this supposed regret.


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