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Ann \Ann\, Annat \An"nat\, n. [LL. annata income of a year, also, of half a year, fr. L. annus year: cf. F. annate annats.] (Scots Law) A half years's stipend, over and above what is owing for the incumbency, due to a minister's heirs after his decease. [1913 Webster] ||

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

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.


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Ånn is a village in Åre Municipality, Jämtland, Sweden. Located about from the Norwegian border, both the Middle Line and European Route E14 pass through the village. In 2005, Ånn had 70 residents.

Ann (Don't Go Runnin')

"Ann (Don't Go Runnin')" is a single by American country music artist Tommy Overstreet. Released in December 1971, it was the first single from his album This Is Tommy Overstreet. The song peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, his highest-charting single on the chart. It also reached No. 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada, and was his only chart-topper there.

Ann (Taiwanese singer)

Ann was born on September 27, 1991 in Taipei City, Taiwan. She is an independent Taiwanese singer. She released her debut album, "Catcher in the Rye," in 2012. She published her songs on internet since 2008 and later discover and signed by B'in Music, a major record label in Taiwan. Her family is from Manchuria.

Usage examples of "ann".

Ann they had both been aboad a bus cruising at eighteen miles an hour along the sixty-lane freeway that ran from Bear Canyon to Pasadena, near the middle of Los Angeles.

The Wests clearly made sure Carol Ann Cooper could neither move nor cry out when they abused her.

It is certain that Carol Ann Cooper was abused sexually by both Frederick and Rosemary West.

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I whispered to Ann, as we sat stuffing ourselves with ascorbic acid and the guards drank their second whiskey.

Golightly The Nipper Lanky Jones Blue Baccy Nancy Nutall and the Mongrel Our John Willie Bill and the Mary Ann Shaughnessy AUTOBIOGRAPHY Our Kate Catherine Cookson Country Let Me Make Myself Plain WRITING AS CATHERINE MAR CHANT House of Men Heritage of Folly The Fen Tiger THE House of Women CORGI BOOKS THE HOUSE OF WOMEN A CORGI BOOK 0 552 13303 5 Originally published in Great Britain by Bantam Press a division of Transworld Publishers Ltd PRINTING HISTORY Bantam Press edition published 1992 Corgi edition published 1993 Corgi edition reprinted 1993 Copyright Catherine Cookson 1992 The right of Catherine Cookson to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted in accordance with sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.

Were you treating Ann for problems related to sexual abuse or for bipolar disorder?

As I got older, I overheard my mother getting calls at all hours of the night, and sometimes leaving to drive hundreds of miles to rescue Ann, who by this time-I later learned-had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Joan was 13 and Sugar Foot still getting regular eye doses of boric acid, and Ann Drew just out of the boric acid period, and so on up the line, when the Fair Calantha, as was her custom from time immemorial, started on safari via New York to Milford, Penna.

In visiting the meetings in those parts we were measurably baptized into a feeling of the state of the Society, and in bowedness of spirit went to the Yearly Meeting at Newport, where we met with John Storer from England, Elizabeth Shipley, Ann Gaunt, HAnnah Foster, and Mercy Redman, from our parts, all ministers of the gospel, of whose company I was glad.

Ann my nurse had long byn tempted by a wycked spirit: but this day it was evident how she was possessed of him.

Ann Hutchinson, with a vast conceit of her superior holiness and with the ugly censoriousness which is a usual accompaniment of that grace, demonstrated her genius for mixing a theological controversy with personal jealousies and public anxieties, and involved the whole colony of the Bay in an acrimonious quarrel, such as to give an unpleasant tone of partisanship and ill temper to the proceedings in her case, whether ecclesiastical or civil.

March 31, 1787, agreed upon a partition of the said lands, which agreement was with the approbation and consent of the cestui que trusts, to wit: Earl and Lady Abingdon, and Charles Fitsroy and Ann his wife, the said SusAnnah Skinner the second not then having arrived at age.

Forbes, as will appear from the following particulars of the trial of Rose Cullender and Ann Duny in 1664.

He was forced into marriage while still a minor by the brothers of Ann Hathaway, who was several years his senior, and had debauched him and gave out that she was enceinte by him.