John


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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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I meant to be such a help to John, such a real rest and comfort, and here I am a comparative burden already!
The brow of Prince John alone was overclouded during these discussions; some overpowering care seemed agitating his mind, and it was only when he received occasional hints from his attendants, that he seemed to take interest in what was passing around him.
A body of archers stood off at a prudent distance and covered Little John with their arrows.
When Little John reached the stand he found none fighting, but only bold Eric walking up and down the platform, swinging his staff and shouting lustily, "Now, who will come and strike a stroke for the lass he loves the best, with a good Lincolnshire yeoman?
Wendy said "tea first" quickly, and Michael pressed her hand in gratitude, but the braver John hesitated.
Anne felt that she was disappointed in John Douglas.
How doth the little"--and all the rest of it, you know, John.
John Starhurst, in turn, was greatly pleased by Ra Vatu's conduct.
So Sir John wrote his book to help people on their way, just as Mr.
But John Harned followed Maria Valenzuela to Quito, and it was quickly clear to us--to Luis Cervallos and me that she looked upon John Harned with great kindness.
With which reply, Miss Squeers adjusted the bonnet and veil, which nothing but supernatural interference and an utter suspension of nature's laws could have reduced to any shape or form; and evidently flattering herself that it looked uncommonly neat, brushed off the sandwich-crumbs and bits of biscuit which had accumulated in her lap, and availing herself of John Browdie's proffered arm, descended from the coach.
It must not be supposed that John observed these several characteristics by other than very slow degrees, or that he took in more than half a one at a time, or that he even made up his mind upon that, without a great deal of very serious consideration.