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Joe

Joe is a given name or nickname originating from any of several names, such as: Joe may also refer to: ==In people and fictional characters== ==In arts, entertainment, and media== ===Film and television=== ===Music and radio=== ===Print=== ==In computing== ==In geography== ==In idioms== ==Other uses== ...
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Joe

• (n.) See Johannes.
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Joe

[baseball] 1941 elections in Australia. ...
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Joe

[magazine] Joe was a popular magazine published in Kenya in the 1970s, at the height of what acclaimed publisher Henry Chakava described as the `fat years` of Kenyan publishing. Joe magazine was one in a number of popular publications aimed at the new urban middle and lower-middle classes. What set Joe magazine apart was its subversive use ...
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Joe

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] A Royal Marine commanding officer on board ship (RN)
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Joe

Joe noun See Johannes .
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joe

coffee, so named because United States Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels eliminated beer and wine from naval ships, declaring nothing stronger than coffee would be allowed.
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Joe

Joe is an English name for boys. The meaning is `God will provide` The name Joe is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (6 times more often than to American boys.) Joe is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands and France It is short for: Joseph What do they use in other countries? Jocelyn (English) Joslin Joss Josslin Juup The name so...
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Joe

Joe is slang for a victim or dupe.
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JOE

Journal of Endodontics
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JOE

The monthly US publication Job Openings for Economists. Contexts: publications
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