Susan

[Japanese singer] Susan was a pop singer who recorded in Japan in the early 1980s. She is half-French and half-Japanese. Her music is technopop in style, mainly featuring synthesisers and drum machines. Her records were released by CBS in the UK, though no single ever reached the top 40. In Japan, Epic Sony released her music. She was known
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Susan

[given name] Susan is a feminine given name, a form of Susanna, deriving originally from Middle Egyptian "sšn" (lotus flower), first reported on an 11th Dynasty sarcophagus dating from approximately 2000 B.C. However, the Hebrew root for the name for the lily, שושן is derived from the root שוש or ששנ , meaning "to be joyful, brig
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Susan

[Doctor Who] {Delrevafd|date=2008 December 15} The result of the nomination was keep the band, delete the singer. – Avi 14:54, 11 July 2006 (UTC) ===Paramore, Hayley Williams, Hayley williams=== Delete per WP:MUSIC - CrazyRussian talk/email 15:23, 5 July 2006 (UTC) ...
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Susan

Susan is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Lily` Where is it used? The name Susan is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Susanna, used In English, Italian and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Suzan ( In English) See also In Spanish and In Italian: Susana In Spanish: Susanita In Scandinavian: Sanna In Pol
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Susan

[singer] Susan (or Sousan) (pronounced: Soo`san) (April or May 1942 Qasr-e Shirin, Kermanshah, Iran - May 3, 2004 Los Angeles, California, U.S.(Persian: سوسن) was a very popular Iranian singer of particularly in the 1960s and 1970s. Susan was also known for her philanthropic acts and was commonly referred to as a "social singer" (Persia
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Susan

[dog] Susan (1944–1959) was a Pembroke Corgi dog owned by Queen Elizabeth II that was given to the then Princess Elizabeth on the Princess` eighteenth birthday. Following the dog`s death in 1959, the Queen personally designed a memorial to be placed at Sandringham House. Susan was the first of a long line of Corgis and Dorgis (Dachshund/C
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