Mary Ann

[1772] Mary Ann was a convict ship dispatched in 1791 from England to Australia. She was built in 1772 in France. Under the command of Master Mark Munroe, she departed Portsmouth on 16 February 1791, with 150 female convicts as part of the third fleet and arrived on 9 July 1791 in Port Jackson, New South Wales. Nine convicts died during the...
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Mary Ann

Mary Ann is British slang for a male homosexual, an effeminate man.
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Mary Ann

[song] `Mary Ann` was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1979, performed in English by Black Lace. The song is about a man who is estranged from his girlfriend Mary Ann after her friend caught him with another woman, and is desperate to be reconciled with her. The song was performed 17th on the night, following Norway`s Anita ...
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Mary Ann

Mary Ann is British slang for a male homosexual, an effeminate man.
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Mary Ann

[Ray Charles song] `Mary Ann` is a song written and performed by Ray Charles and released in 1956 as a single on the Atlantic Records label. It was the third Ray Charles song to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Best Selling Rhythm & Blues chart. The song is set to a Latin beat, but switches into a swing rhythm, `an alternation that adds fun for...
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