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johnny

(jŏn′ē)
n. pl. john·nies
A loose short-sleeved gown opening in the back, worn by patients undergoing medical treatment or examination.
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She now has the more-than-honorary title of baker's assistant at the restaurant that bears her name - Johnnie Cakes, adjacent to a Burrito Boy outlet at the Lane Transit District's Springfield station.
Johnnie was so much more than the celebrity his legal pursuits and victories portrayed him to be.
Observers say it was that commitment for the pursuit of justice on behalf of those who some considered" defense-less" that separated Johnnie Cochran from the rest.
Jim Beveridge, master of blending at Diageo, said: "Unlike the other Johnnie Walker whiskies, Green Label is a blended malt, which means that the characteristics of the individual single malts are more distinctive.
We're delighted to welcome Johnnie Walker to join this group.
On the morning after Johnnie has tried to poison her (or so she thinks), Lina finally resolves to end the relationship.
Johnnie To Kei-fung has established the strongest track record since John Woo and Tsui Hark.
WHISKY lovers were toasting drinks giant Diageo last night after it announced it was renovating the grave of Johnnie Walker.
Hey Johnnie Boy, did you call Bill "Old Man" to his face?
In the suit, Guinness UDV asserts that the limited-edition A-B beer infringes the trademark and brand identity of its own Johnnie Walker Red Label Scotch Whisky.
During her final months in a maximum-security prison, Johnnie falls for Lana (Columpa C.
The affirmative reviews with which the publication of Thereafter Johnnie was announced suggest that a new vision of Western culture and its battles has entered our midst.