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Jeannette

(jənĕt`), city (1990 pop. 11,221), Westmoreland co., SW Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh; laid out 1888, inc. as a city 1937. Located in a coal and natural gas area, Jeannette produces machinery, plastics, and specialty glass. Its glassworks date from 1889.
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Co-President of Travel To Go, Jeanette Bunn, listed as a finalist for prestigious business award to be given in San Diego.
Chevron Corporation announced that it has appointed Jeanette L.
AS Jeanette James and Anne Marie Borg crested the sand dune, their vehicle lost all power and they no longer had any grip.
Scarlett's mum Jeanette, 51, thought her daughter was the only child in Huddersfield to have the condition - until she turned up one day at a support group and met another mum.
AT THE age of 77, Jeanette Jenkins has had one big ambition - to roller skate one nal time.
Jeanette Durney from Kirkby took on the role of "special guardian" for her four grandchildren when their parents were unable to look after them.
But Jeanette Hughes has proved the saying wrong - shaving her hair off in support of her best friend of 30 years, Kay Cauldwell.
X FACTOR SENSATION JEANETTE I was held at gunpoint by kidnappers in South Africa Star's horrific two-day ransom ordeal SINGER Jeanette Akua has told how she feared she was going to die after an armed gang kidnapped her and held her at gunpoint for two terrifying days The X Factor star was handing out flyers with a friend in a dangerous area of her native Johannesburg, South Africa, when they were dragged off the street into a room by thugs demanding hundreds of pounds in ransom.
Rosina's daughter Jeanette Eagger, 76, of Coundon, said: "It's fabulous for us all to be together.
She was close to tears as Jeanette walked towards her now, a vision of loveliness in her long flowing satin dress.
Jeanette Maples' legacy lives on, as the bitter lesson of her 2009 death here teaches officials elsewhere not to assume that teenagers can escape starvation and abuse at the hands of their parents.
But another heart-rending moment took place away from the TV cameras yesterday when her winner's bouquet was laid at the grave of her late mother Jeanette, who died when Gemma, now 25, was 17.