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the pneumatic glamour model (real name Katie Price) has managed to put her desert kingdom namesake in the shade. She stood for Parliament (and lost), loved Manchester United star Dwight Yorke (and lost him, too), but will keep what she says is their unborn child. 'It wasn't planned and it's come at the wrong time but what can I do about it?'
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Jordan

[n] - a river in Palestine that empties into the Dead Sea 2. [n] - an Arab kingdom in southwestern Asia on the Red Sea
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Jordan

Country in southwest Asia, bounded north by Syria, northeast by Iraq, east, southeast, and south by Saudi Arabia, south by the Gulf of Aqaba, and west by Israel. Government Jordan is a...
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Jordan

• (n.) Alt. of Jorden
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Jordan

Arab country of Southwest Asia, in the rocky desert of the northern Arabian Peninsula.[35 related articles]
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Jordan

Jordan is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Flow, Descend` Where is it used? The name Jordan is mainly used In English and In German.How do they say it elsewhere? Giordano ( In Italian) Jourda In ( In French) Jordon ( In English) Jordaan ( In Dutch) For the opposite sex use: In Jewish: Yarden (M) In Jewish: Yardena (F) In Englis...
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Jordan

Jordan, officially Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, kingdom (2005 est. pop. 5,760,000), 35,637 sq mi (92,300 sq km), SW Asia. It borders on Israel and the West Bank in the west, on Syria in the north, on Iraq in the northeast, and on Saudi Arabia in the east and south. Amman is the country's capital and...
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Jordan

Jordan, river, c.200 mi (320 km) long, formed in the Hula basin, N Israel, by the confluence of three headwater streams and meandering S through the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea; the region of Palestine's longest and most important river and the world's lowest river below sea level. It flows throu...
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Jordan

Jordan, river, 60 mi (97 km) long, draining Utah Lake N into Great Salt Lake, N central Utah; it passes through Salt Lake City. Fed by numerous streams flowing off the Wasatch Range, the Jordan is used for irrigation and forms the heart of the Utah Oasis. Mormons settled along its banks in the mid-1...
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Jordan

(river) River rising on Mount Hermon, Syria, at 550 m/1,800 ft above sea level and flowing south for about 320 km/200 mi via the Lake of Tiberias (the Sea of Galilee) to the Dead Sea, 390 m/1,290 ft below sea level. It is the lowest river in the world. It occupies the northern part...
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Jordan

(country) Click images to enlargeCountry in southwest Asia, bounded north by Syria, northeast by Iraq, east, southeast, and south by Saudi Arabia, south by the Gulf of Aqaba, and west by Israel. Government Jordan is a constitutional monarchy, w...
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Jordan

[name] The name Jordan can refer to several things. As a name, it comes from the Aramaic Yarden, meaning `one who descends`, and assimilated into Latin as Jordanus (or Jordana for a female). In Arabic it is Urdunn, in Italian Giordano, in Spanish Jordán, in Portuguese Jordão, in Dutch Jordaan, in French Jourdain, in Irish Iordáin, in Rom...
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Jordan

[composition] `Jordan` is a song by American musician Buckethead. Originally featured as a playable track on the 2006 music video game Guitar Hero II, `Jordan` was officially released as a downloadable single via iTunes on August 18, 2009. ==Background== Prior to the inclusion of a studio version of `Jordan` on Guitar Hero II, the song was ...
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Jordan

[archbishop of Milan] Jordan (Giordano da Clivio) was the Archbishop of Milan from 1 January 1112 to his death on 4 October 1120. Born in Clivio, he entered the church of Milan young and was ordained a subdeacon while serving under the Archbishop Grossolano. ==Jordan replaces Grossolano== He was appointed to Saint-Gilles, in Provence, Franc...
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Jordan

[Bishop of Poland] Jordan (died in 982 or 984) was the first Bishop of Poland from 968 with his seat, most probably, in Poznań. He was an Italian or German. Most evidence shows that he was missionary bishop subordinate directly to the Pope. He arrived in Poland, probably from Italy or the Rhineland, in 966 with Dubrawka to baptise Mieszko ...
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Jordan

[disambiguation] Jordan is a country in the Middle East. Jordan or Jordán may also refer to: == Geographical == === Middle East === === United States === === Elsewhere === == Music == == Mathematics == == People == ==Other== == See also == ...
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jordan

a chamberpot
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Jordan

[Es Salt] Jordan (Es Salt) was a battle honour awarded to units of the British and Imperial Armies that took part in either of the following battles: ...
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Jordan

[company] Jordan is a multinational manufacturing corporation based in Oslo, Norway which specializes in dental hygiene and brushes. It was established by the Danish immigrant Wilhelm Jordan as W. Jordan Börste & Penselfabrik in 1837. Originally a manufacturer of combs, the company expanded into brushes. In 1927 it took up toothbrush manuf...
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