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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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And nowe, oute of the same translated, & englished, by Iohn Dolman, studente and felowe of the Inner Temple (London: Thomas Marshe, 1561), n.p.
For example, once charged, Eleanor is described as being taken 'into the handes and ward of Sir Iohn Steward and Sir William Wolff, knyghtes [...] to be kept in holde strongly in the Castell of Ledes in Kent'.
The trade deficit stood at 452 million dollars and Iohn products trade totaled 419 million dollars.
On one of these banderoles a later reader wrote, "dan Iohn Lidgate." The added words are attributed to a sixteenth-century hand in Catherine Reynolds, "Illustrated Boccaccio Manuscripts in the British Library (London)," Studi sul Boccaccio 17 (1988): 113-183 (143), but they may be of the later fifteenth century.
London: Printed by Augustine Mathewes for Iohn Marriott and Iohn Grismand.
(3) John appears in three of Armin's five major works: as the final example in Foole upon Foole and A Nest of Ninnies, and as a character in Two Maids, where he is both depicted on the title page and named in the title itself: "The History of the two Maids of More-clacke: With the life and simple maner of IOHN in the Hospitall." (4) Armin's writing and performing of such natural fools has received less attention than his Shakespearean artificial fools, but the natural fools are integral to the complexity of Armin's art and performative identity.
for Iohn Marriot, 1624); Robert Whitbourney, A Discourse and Discovery of Neu-Found-land: with many reasons to prooue how worth and beneficiall a plantation (London: Felix Kensington, 1623).
Iohn Huighen van Linschoten, His Discours of Voyages into ye Easte & West Indies, London, Iohn Wolfe, 1598.
In Dunton's list, there were 11 women who were ransomed; in 1647, among the captives who were ransomed by Parliament the year before from Algiers, there were 19 women, including three sisters from "Yahall" (Youghal) along with one Mary Weymouth, with "her two children, James and Iohn." The list also included the amount paid: Mary Ruster was ransomed for 300 dollars, Anna Fen for 310, and Elizabeth Alwin for 356!4.
* Harta Stolnicului Serban Cantacuzino, published in Padova during the year 1700, within it the city appears under a symbolic representation; Iohn Senex (1710) Muntenia; Marco Antonio Gigli Veneto (1718) Indice topografico del Principato di Valachia; T.
(11) John Jewel, The vvorkes of the very learned and Reuerend Father in God Iohn Ievvell, not long since Bishop of Sarisbvrie.