john

  1. a room equipped with toilet facilities
  2. youngest son of Henry II; King of England from 1199 to 1216; succeeded to the throne on the death of his brother Richard I; lost his French possessions; in 1215 John was compelled by the barons to sign the Magna Carta (1167-1216)
  3. (New Testament) disciple of Jesus; traditional author of the 4th Gospel
  4. a prostitute's customer
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    John

    (from the article `King John`) ...the play and is surrounded by many contrasting characters—each able to influence him, each bringing irresolvable and individual problems into ...
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    John

    (from the article `Metternich, Klemens, Fürst von`) ...of Austria`s armaments, Metternich could not make up his mind to change over to war on Russia`s side against Napoleon. Resisting all ... ...front (with the village of Wagram in the centre) to await the French attack. Napoleon decided to attack before Charles could be reinforced...
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    John

    [n] - youngest son of Henry II 2. [n] - (New Testament) disciple of Jesus 3. [n] - the last of the four Gospels in the New Testament
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    John

    • (n.) A proper name of a man.
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    John

    John Lackland noun youngest son of Henry II; King of England from 1199 to 1216; succeeded to the throne on the death of his brother Richard I; lost his French possessions; in 1215 John was compelled by the barons to sign the Magna Carta (1167-1216)...
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    John

    Gospel According to John noun the last of the four Gospels in the New Testament
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    John

    (I) King of England from 1199 and acting king from 1189 during his brother Richard (I) the Lion-Heart's absence on the Third Crusade. Although branded by contemporaries as cruel and power-hungry, he is now recognized as a hardworking, able, reforming monarch, who travelled the coun...
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    John

    [Archdeacon of Barnstaple] John was the seventh Archdeacon of Barnstaple . ...
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    John

    [Bam] John (Bam) Ransom is a political writer and finance editor for Townhall.com. Additionally he hosts Ransom Notes Radio, a nationally syndicated radio show on politics and finance that runs daily in about 30 markets. Ransom Notes is syndicated by the Wall Street Business Network, a division of Salem Communications. Ransom lives in Castl...
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    John

    [given name] John n is a masculine given name in the English language. The name is derived from the Latin Ioannes, Iohannes, which is a form of the Greek Ἰωάννης. This Greek name Ἰωάννης is in turn a form of the Hebrew name {Hebrew|יוֹחָנָן}, Yôḥanan}} which means `Graced by YHWH`. There are numerous forms of the ...
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    John

    [Ian] John (Ian) McCallum (13 Oct 1920- 15 Feb 1995), was a Scottish Naval Architect. He was the Chief Ship Designer for the Queen Elizabeth the Second liner, which was built by John Brown & Company where he was also Technical Director. He also became the Chief Ship Surveyor of Lloyd`s Register of shipping (1970-1981). McCallum was born on ...
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    John

    [J.P.] John (P.) Walsh is a sociologist and a Professor of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology. His research interests include the study of innovation, sociology of science and the sociology of work and organizations. ==Selected publications== ...
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    John

    [Jack] Vietnam Staff Service 1st Class Ribbon {PD-USGov-Military-Award} ...
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    John

    [Jan ] NY_35_1927 14539289.000 ...
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    John

    [Jehu] Developmental psychology is the scientific study of progressive psychological changes that occur in human beings as they age. Originally concerned with infants and children, the field has expanded to include adolescence and more recently, adult development, and aging. ...
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    John

    [Jocky] This category is for lines that are still owned by Conrail after the 1999 breakup. ...
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    John

    [knez] John, also Joan or Ioan, was a cneaz (local chieftain or ruler) mentioned in a diploma issued by king Béla IV of Hungary (1235-1270) on 2 July 1247; the diploma granted territories to the Knights Hospitaller in the Banate of Severin and Cumania. John held a kenazate which was given to the knights by the king. His kenazate lay in sou...
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    John

    [Maximovitch] Cover art for a Warhammer 40k : Final Liberation ...
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    John

    [Moz] Arranger Educator | website = {URL|http://www.myspace.com/johnfarnsworth/|link} }} John Farnsworth is a jazz musician who plays tenor saxophone and trombone. He was raised in a large musical family in western Massachusetts. After completing his formal education at Rutgers University, he moved to New York City and became involved in th...
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    John

    [nephew of Vitalian] John ({floruit|537–553}), the nephew of the rebel Vitalian, was an East Roman (Byzantine) general under Justinian I (r. 527–565), who was active in the Gothic War in Italy and against the Gepids in the western Balkans. He was married to Justina, the daughter of Justinian`s cousin Germanus. ==Sources== ...
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    John

    [Pelushi] In 1979, secretly baptized by a priest Kozma Qirjo with name in honor of St. John the Theologian. After graduating from Holy Cross Seminary with a Master’s of Theological Studies, he returned to Albania and the Archbishop Anastgasius appointed him to teach theology at the seminary, as well as serve in other capacities within the...
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    John

    [ship] The `John` was an Australian sloop of 30 tons that was owned by John Palmer & Co. It was built at Woolloomooloo in Sydney and registered on 11 June 1803. In November 1806 it sailed from King Island in Bass Strait with a crew of five aboard and a cargo of seal skins. It was never seen again. ...
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    John

    [Sicilian admiral] John was the amiratus or emir of Roger II of Sicily. John was born to the Admiral Eugenius in Palermo, where his family had moved from Troina. His brothers were the logothete Philip and the amiratus Nicholas. His uncle was the notary Basil. All his family members were closely connected to the royal family and in its servi...
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    John

    John (jŏn) noun [ See Johannes .] A proper name of a man. John-apple , a sort of apple ripe about St. John's Day. Same as Apple-john . -- John Bull , an ideal personification of the typical characteristics of an Englishman, or of the English people.
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