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How to use Jeannette in a sentence
“We realized this was a real emergency,” said Jeannette, his 21-year-old daughter.
Jeannette imagined ways to get inside the hospital and see with her own eyes that every one of its 266 beds was occupied.
Jeannette began providing updates through a group text message labeled “Familia.”
Jeannette took the wheel and Miguel’s wife, Alejandrina, got in the back seat.
Jeannette headed to PIH Health Whittier Hospital, a 523-bed facility near their home.
The Silver Star By Jeannette Walls Two girls strike out on their own across the country after their mother abandons them.
So, Jeannette Catsoulis, in answer to your electric question: yes, context does matter.
“Like so many other young people in this country, Timmy, when he reached age 18, was allowed to emancipate,” says Jeannette.
The hospitalization, however, was so expensive it forced Jeannette into bankruptcy.
The police were at her house so often they were like members of the family, yet Jeannette would not turn her back on her only son.
Annette carries an apron-full, Jeannette an handkerchief-full, and Lubin a barrow-full.
But perhaps the most interesting argument is that derived from the drift of the “Jeannette.”
What now, Jeannette, shall the mistress of Ancelles fall in love like an ordinary mortal, then?
"Life is good, Jeannette," cried mademoiselle, and gaily she made herself a crown of roses.
Miss Jeannette sprang up with the utmost effusion, and kissed each on both cheeks.A Changed Heart|May Agnes Fleming