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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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For over 40 years, Johnny has served our state as a state legislator, State School Board Chairman, a member of the U.S.
According to reports,23-year-old go-go dancer Polina Glenhas fled back to her native Russia to escape the public gaze after it was revealed she is dating55-year-old actor Johnny.
As a child during the Great Depression Johnny begged for bread on the streets of Stockton and then joined the hunger marchers in 1934, walking 240 miles to London and sleeping rough when he got there.
ROWAN ATKINSON brings the laughs in Johnny English (Film4, today, 3.15pm).
Its world is shockingly lacking in empathy, and through protagonist Johnny Keough's experiences it probes into how this absence perpetuates itself.
JOHNNY SEXTON has been tipped to keep his emotions in check and continue to deliver as Leinster captain.
The seventh book in the Johnny Boo graphic novel series, Johnny Boo Goes Like This!
(OTC: SOUL) has released a four-app compilation, "Johnny Tractor and Friends: Book Bundle," on the app store, the company said.
Johnny says they come at night and watch him breathe.
7 p.m., Jay Maclean Trio featuring Jay Maclean, Stella Ignacio, Johnny Gaerlan, and George Almaden.
Cheyenne, Harry, and Richie tell their stories of the band's journey to its first recording, beginning with their return after Johnny McKenna, the band's first singer, lost his leg in a car accident.
Johnny's menu is full of Chicago-style burgers, hot dogs, Italian Beef sandwiches and all the special fixings.