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jo

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The country code for Jordan.

Jo

tall, awkward tomboy in March family. [Am. Lit.: Little Women]
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Joe, with black hair and eyes, had such a prevailing redness of skin that I sometimes used to wonder whether it was possible she washed herself with a nutmeg-grater instead of soap.
Joe's forge adjoined our house, which was a wooden house, as many of the dwellings in our country were - most of them, at that time.
pray stop!" said Joe. "I'll help you to lighten the cart; they can't move it now."
Joe turned my head, and the next moment we were going at a round gallop toward the house of the master brick-maker.
Joe and Delia became enamoured one of the other, or each of the other, as you please, and in a short time were married--for (see above), when one loves one's Art no service seems too hard.
Joe was painting in the class of the great Magister--you know his fame.
On this twenty-fifth of March, it was John Willet's pride annually to settle, in hard cash, his account with a certain vintner and distiller in the city of London; to give into whose hands a canvas bag containing its exact amount, and not a penny more or less, was the end and object of a journey for Joe, so surely as the year and day came round.
Joe was the Standard Oil agent in Winesburg and in several towns up and down the railroad that went through Winesburg.
Ferguson had a servant who answered with alacrity to the name of Joe. He was an excellent fellow, who testified the most absolute confidence in his master, and the most unlimited devotion to his interests, even anticipating his wishes and orders, which were always intelligently executed.
When she thought of Joe, the Joe instantly visualized on her mind was a clothed Joe--girl-cheeked, blue-eyed, curly-headed, but clothed.
Two only of the younger generation, Joe Rendal and Eddy Moore, had set out to make their fortunes in New York; and both, despite the gloomy prophecies of the village sages, had prospered.
I learned that much at sea." Joe Dawson thought visibly for a moment.