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Lukeythia Bastardi, Atlanta Paulette Benton, Lithonia Tina Brack n. 1. An opening caused by the parting of any solid body; a crack or breach; a flaw.
Stain or brack in her sweet reputation.
- J. Fletcher.
1. Salt or brackish water. , Macon Jamye Brown, Acworth Kae Burnam, Colbert Zaira Cardona, Hoschton Nancy Davis, Kennesaw Diane Garner, Rome Jeremy Graham, Evans Roy Harrell, Atlanta Dana Harris, Stockbridge Jasmynn Jones, Stockbridge Sara Keeley, Acworth Amelia Malcom, Madison Elda Mathias, Dacula Keri Mitchell, Adairsville Ann Nix, Woodstock Allison Plunk plunk also plonk
v. plunked also plonked, plunk·ing also plonk·ing, plunks also plonks
1. , Apo Deborah Revis, Decatur Bangs Ruth Janice, Evans Marion Sanders, Dublin Donna Smith For the March 1985 Playboy Playmate of the Month, see .
Donna Smith is a County Supervisor in Dubuque County, Iowa. A Democrat, she had run against Jim Nussle twice when he had come up for reelection. , Marietta Marilyn Swindall, Duluth Doreen Vergara, Jonesboro Patricia Wagner, Lithonia Judy Wells, Decatur Debra Williams, Augusta Savelle Williams, Decatur Ruth Adams, Decatur Kim Baird, Woodbine woodbine, name for several vines, among them honeysuckle and Virginia creeper.
Any of many species of vines belonging to various flowering-plant families, especially the Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia, family Vitaceae) of Linda Barber, Pine Mountain Pine Mountain may refer to:
Savannah, city (1990 pop. 137,560), seat of Chatham co., SE Ga., a port of entry on the Savannah River near its mouth; inc. 1789. Alexander Langley, Duluth Janet Lindsay, Savannah Susie Lowther, Dublin Beatrice Lunsford-Wilkins, Covington Dale Maddox, Tucker Leona Mitchell, Atlanta Joel Moorland moor·land
Land consisting of moors.
Brit an area of moor
Noun 1. , Atlanta Charlotte Moss, Dalton Barbara Neal, Macon Barbara Niemi, Sugar Valley Corinne Palmer, Gainesville Tamara Peutz, Atlanta Nancy Rithmire, Clarkesville Ann Roginsky, Powder Springs Deborah Saylor, Salem Tiffany Solomon, Lawrenceville Regina St. George, Newnan Dana Steele, Ochlocknee Carol Vanderplate, Atlanta John Ventimiglia, Atlanta Sheila Walls, Carrollton Susan Walsh, Peachtree City Sonya Willard, Commerce Chidochomoyo Zvirawa, Duluth Lisa Adams, Cartersville Demetrice Askew a·skew
adv. & adj.
To one side; awry: rugs lying askew.
[Probably a-2 + skew. , Covington Edwinia Bell-Wright, Augusta Marian Berry, Opelika Faith Botchey, Buford Cheryl Brown, Savannah David Brown, Savannah Stephanie Carter, Perry Geralde Caze, Marietta Janet Chambers, Athens Andrea Christie, Grayson Jan DeLaigle, Aiken Konnie Doyle, Warner Robins Deborah Drummonds, Tifton Valeria Farmer, Hephzibah Mary Ferguson, Lithonia Agnes-Gloria Gaspard, Stone Mountain Juanita Gibbons Famous people named Gibbons include: