Crossword clues for jeannette
Housing Units (2000): 5139
Land area (2000): 2.413513 sq. miles (6.250970 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.413513 sq. miles (6.250970 sq. km)
FIPS code: 37784
Located within: Pennsylvania (PA), FIPS 42
Location: 40.328773 N, 79.613997 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 15644
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Jeannette is a fictional character in the . She first appeared in Secret Six #3 (January 2009), and was created by Gail Simone and Nicola Scott.
Usage examples of "jeannette".
The toy-woman who had sold me the ring came the next day at dinnertime to our house, and after producing several rings and trinkets which were judged too dear, she began to praise my generosity, and said that I had not thought the ring I had given to pretty Jeannette too dear.
Jeannette was wearing a chocolate-colored dress with a nunnish white bib.
Jeannette alone, without any one else perceiving it, a mystery was being played, a thousand times richer and finer than those which on feast days were acted on platforms, in towns like Toul and Nancy.
Anna was attending Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, and Jeannette, since mid-April, had been living on Long Island with the family of her editor at the Vireo Press.
He bought a huge chunk of Petit Jean Mountain, about fifty miles west of Little Rock, became a successful breeder of Santa Gertrudis cattle, and married his second wife, Jeannette.
He ran into the bathroom, shook from a bottle a ten-grain rockabye tablet, returned, and propped Jeannette up.
The Hotel de Castille, the Maison Doree, the Petite Jeannette, the Cafe de Paris, the Cafe Anglais became for three hours the targets of the cannonade.
In her porcelain beauty he had resurrected something of his first wife Jeannette, dead for more than a century, and in her selfless solicitousness he had memorialized something of his mother as well, but those traits had only been imposed on Isis out of his own memory.
The prospect thus afforded of their son's deliverance from death reassured the gentleman and his lady, albeit they were troubled, misdoubting it must be by his marriage with Jeannette.