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John

Public health
A popular American term for a toilet.
 
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A popular term for a man who pays to have sex with a prostitute.
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(73) The set was commissioned by King John III to celebrate the achievements of Portugal under the House of Aviz, particularly during the reign of his father, King Manuel I.
Both youngsters live in London - with Prince George staying with dad Prince William, mum Kate and sister Princess Charlotte in Kensington Palace while John III lives in the city of the same name in Canada's Ontario province.
Basore said Cooper's grandfather and father were very conservative investors, and it's no surprise that the third in line has the same prudence since John III worked so closely with his father, who died at age 74 in January 2013.
David John III, VP of Procurement, General Produce, Sacramento, Calif.
Son John III now heads the company and oversees its manufacturing in New Hampshire as well as at plants in several countries.
Hevelius created it in 1684 as Scutum Sobiescianum, Sobieski's Shield, to honor his patron King John III Sobieski of Poland.
So for the men, the simple and impersonal secular dating seemed appropriate: "pe v day of Nouembre," from William I to a lawyer in 1425 (PL 2), "the second day of Marche," from John III to Lord Hastings in 1476 (PL 370).
JOHN Salter Jr and his son John III were in a pick-up truck driving along Route 61 in the US.
Survivors include her parents, now of Eugene; two sons, Michael of Eugene and Vincent Young of Portland; a brother, John III of Springfield; two sisters, Michelle Nugent of Harrisburg and Christine Hanson of Pleasant Hill.
He is survived by his three daughters: Donna Jamros of Beverly, Charlene Haringa of Douglas and Gloria Lowe of Webster; a sister, Shirley Gonyea of Williamstown Vermont; his grandchildren: April, Nicole, John III, Laura, Jeffrey, Robert, Eric, Jason, Heather and Jade; 8 great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.
Vivienne Larminie argues that John III authored the poem 'To a Poet Whose Mistris Was Painted' and that the version in this volume, dated 1637, is in his hand.