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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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Henry Katindig Jazz featuring Henry Katindig, Jeannie Tiongco, Maya Banawa, Carina Dignos, Johnny Gaerlan, Jay Cummings.
As a teenager in the early 1970s Johnny experienced a panic attack - he thought the three-day week was compulsory.
Leaving the army, Johnny would have a spell as a speedway rider with the Coventry Bees.
At first glance Johnny Rockets may look like a fast food chain and may therefore automatically be compared to other such international food franchises.
hnny, and When Johnny does confess, good old Mick offers his son a hug and tells him, just like he did about his sexuality, that he'll still love him.
The St Helens comedian, real name Michael Pennington, will be taking over Ideal World TV shopping channel, talking about his book - Becoming Johnny Vegas - and taking on the task of becoming a presenter.
Even after 18 years, Johnny has no antibodies or viral load.
At the neighbors home, Little Johnny leaned over the crib and touched the baby's hand.
Aside from the casting of rising star Daniel Kaluuya as Johnny''s sidekick and a prominent role for a voice-controlled Rolls-Royce Phantom Coup V16, Johnny English Reborn could have been shot directly after the original film.
The joke started in Rowan Atkinson's famous TV show when talking to the character Bob, and has been incorporated into the Johnny English franchise.
In the 1990s AMERICAN FORESTS teamed up with The Johnny Appleseed Museum to grow the Johnny Appleseed tree.