Jeannette


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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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Jeannette said: "Every time we pass each other in the house we hug each other or kiss each other.
Jeannette, 52, of Upper Hopton, who made clothes for Michael Jackson in the 1990s, has fashioned two waistcoats from remnants of material used to create a jacket for the pop legend.
Jeannette learned more than simple speech therapy: She made her Broadway debut in 1949 in Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill's Lost in the Stars.
He led Jeannette to a state football championship, then jumped right into basketball season.
Jeannette, who runs J&G Vintage Clothes Fairs, is now organising another event, to take place at The White Swan Hotel, in Rother Street, Stratford, on February 10, from 11am to 4.
Jeannette said: "We had people queuing at the door when we opened at 10am and we were absolutely packed all day.
And all 50-year-old Jeannette could think was: ``That's me in 20 years.
Nasdaq:AMAT) announced today the appointment of Jeannette Liebman as vice president of Human Resources, responsible for the company's HR functions globally.
Meanwhile, Jeannette (Felicity Huffman) went back to her husband after she found out that Raelyn (Janel Moloney) has been sent to jail for failing her drug test.
Her mother, Jeannette Clements, from Rumney, said Nicole's appeal was rejected by the courts on Tuesday.
But that's exactly what happened to 68-year-old cricket fan Jeannette Griffin - who even managed to watch a one-day match between Pakistan and South Africa during her recent hip replacement operation.