JANE


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AcronymDefinition
JANEJaguar Association of New England (car club)
JANEJohn and Ann Niederhauser Endowment (est. 1990; American Phytopathological Society)
JANEJoint Arrangement Non Entity (financial reporting status; UK)
JANEJoint Air Force Navy Experiment
JANEJoint Air Navigation Experiments (Germany)
References in classic literature ?
I -- I couldn't marry Bill, you know, Jane," she managed to gasp.
Well, I didn't suppose you would," said Jane with a resigned sigh, feeling that she had done her best.
Cole was so kind as to sit some time with us, talking of Jane; for as soon as she came in, she began inquiring after her, Jane is so very great a favourite there.
The voluble Lady Jane interrupted him before he could open his lips.
On and on they went through what seemed to Jane a solid mass of verdure, yet ever there appeared to open before this forest god a passage, as by magic, which closed behind them as they passed.
Bennet wondered at their coming, and thought them very wrong to give so much trouble, and was sure Jane would have caught cold again.
The child took her sewing and sat beside aunt Jane in the kitchen while aunt Miranda had the post of observation at the sitting-room window.
Do you know, Jane, I sometimes wonder whether I ever did really fly.
But as you are rich, Jane, you have now, no doubt, friends who will look after you, and not suffer you to devote yourself to a blind lameter like me?
As Rokoff closed his appeal, awaiting the reply he invited, the look of surprise upon Jane Clayton's face turned to one of disgust.
Gertrude knows you did," exclaimed Jane, appalled, and almost in tears.
He found a crooked sixpence under the hearth-rug; and upon Christmas Eve he and Hunca Munca stuffed it into one of the stockings of Lucinda and Jane.