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John

Public health
A popular American term for a toilet.
 
Sexology
A popular term for a man who pays to have sex with a prostitute.
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Howsoeuer I commit it into your hands to be scan 'd, and you shall find verse, as well blancke, as crancke, yet in the prose let it passe for currant, I would haue againe inacted Iohn my selfe, but Tempora mutantur in illis, I cannot do as I would, I haue there fore thought good to diuulge him thus being my old acquaintance, lack, whose life I knew, and whos remembrance I presume by appearance likely, wherein I whilome pleased: and being requested both of Court and Citty, to shew him in priuate, I haue therefore printed him in publike, wishing thus much to every one, so delighting, / might put life into this picture, and naturally act him to your better contents; but since it may not be, my entreaty is, that you would accept this dumbe show, and be well wishing to the substance.
John Calvin, A commentarie of Iohn Caluine, vpon the first booke of Moses called Genesis, London, John Harrison and George Bishop, 1578, p569.
Holinshed, indeed, refers three times to Creton's poem as 'Master [John] Dee's French booke" and four times to Traison as 'an old French pamphlet belonging to Iohn Stow.
Golden Remains of the ever Memorable Mr Iohn Hales of Eton College.
Imprinted at London by Iohn Windet, dwelling at the signe of the white Beare, nigh Baynards Castle, 1588.
This direction says 'Enter Beuis, and Iohn Holland', and in the speech-prefixes these characters are 'Beuis' and 'Hol'.
John "Cotton;' De Musica, 16, in Hucbald, Guido, and Iohn on Music: Three Medieval Treatises, trans.
George Sinclair's Satan's Invisible World Discovered, of 1685, states: "They danced along the Kirk-yeard, Geilie Duncan playing the Trump, and Iohn Fian mussiled [i.
39) A Sermon preached at the Christening of a certaine Iew, at London, by Iohn Foxe .
yeres paste by Iohn Wycklife (as maye iustly be gatherid bi that, that Iohn Bale hath writte[n] of him in his boke entitlid the Summarie of famouse writers of the Ile of great Brita[n]) the originall whereof is founde written in an olde English Bible bitwixt the olde Testament and the Newe.
And Sence That Tyme Translated into Our English and Vulgare Tong, by Dan Iohn Lidgate Monke of Burye.