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Juanita

[ wah-nee-tuh; Spanish hwah-nee-tah ]

noun

  1. a female given name.


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Juanita Schulze said as a train rammed through a stuck tractor-trailer.

Among those who were shot was Lt. Col. Juanita Warman, a physician who specialized in treating PTSD.

Such as hitting Juanita while she was holding their child, who was just several months old.

This 12-seat stall has been run Juanita, for more than 50 years.

“He was always very private and reserved about his personal life,” his sister Juanita told me in 2002.

They have a piano and the favorite songs are such old favorites as Annie Laurie and Juanita.

The Princess Juanita dawned upon respectability like Aphrodite rising from the gutters.

While no one was secure, Eric gathered that the greatest speculation surrounded the identity of "Princess Juanita."

At the same moment, the knock of the servant Juanita sounded, and she brought their evening meal.

There was an exclamation of delight from all present except Juanita, to whom the fact was no news.

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