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johnin
/yoh"nin/, n. Vet. Med. a sterile solution prepared from the growth products of the bacillus Mycobacterium paratuberculosis, used chiefly in the diagnosis of Johne's ...
Johnna
/jon"euh/, n. a female given name. * * *
Johnnie Walker{™}
n [U] a make of Scotch whisky. It is especially popular in the US and is available in several varieties, including Red Label and Black Label. * * *
Johnny
/jon"ee/, n., pl. Johnnies for 1-3. 1. (sometimes l.c.) a familiar term of address for a man or boy. 2. (sometimes l.c.) Slang. a short, collarless gown that is fastened in back ...
Johnny Appleseed
➡ Appleseed * * *
Johnny Carson
➡ Carson (II) * * *
Johnny Cash
➡ Cash * * *
Johnny collar
(often l.c.) a small, pointed collar on a shirt, dress bodice, or the like, with close-fitting neckline. * * *
Johnny Depp
➡ Depp * * *
johnny house
/jon"ee/, South Midland and Southern U.S. See Johnny (def. 3). * * *
Johnny Mercer
➡ Mercer * * *
Johnny on the spot
☆ Johnny on the spot n. n. Informal a person who is ready and at hand whenever needed: also Johnny-on-the-spot n. * * *
Johnny Reb
/reb/, Informal. 1. U.S. Hist. a Confederate soldier. 2. a native or inhabitant of the southern U.S., esp. of one of the former Confederate states; southerner. [1860-65, Amer.] * ...
Johnny smokers.
See prairie smoke. * * *
Johnny Weissmuller
➡ Weissmuller * * *
Johnny-come-lately
/jon"ee kum'layt"lee/, n., pl. Johnny-come-latelies, Johnnies-come-lately. a late arrival or participant; newcomer: the Johnny-come-latelies producing space-war films after the ...
Johnny-jump-up
/jon"ee jump"up'/, n. 1. any of certain violets, esp. Viola pedunculata, having variously colored flowers. 2. a small form of the pansy, V. tricolor. [1835-45, Amer.; so called ...
Johnny-on-the-spot
/jon"ee on dheuh spot", -awn-/, n. Informal. a person who is on hand to perform a service, seize an opportunity, deal with an emergency, etc. [1860-65] * * *
JohnnyAppleseed
John·ny Ap·ple·seed (jŏnʹē ăpʹəl-sēd') See Chapman, John. * * *
johnnycake
/jon"ee kayk'/, n. Northern U.S. a cake or bread made of corn meal and water or milk, usually cooked on a griddle. Also, johnny cake. [1730-40, Amer.; prob. by folk etym. from ...
JohnnyReb
Johnny Reb n. Informal A Confederate soldier in the American Civil War. * * *
Johno'Groat's
John o'Groat's (ə-grōtsʹ) A location on the northeast coast of Scotland, traditionally considered the northernmost point of Great Britain. * * *
Johnof Austria
John of Austria, Known as Don John. 1547-1578. Spanish general who commanded the fleet that defeated the Turks at the Battle of Lepanto in the Gulf of Corinth (1571) and captured ...
Johnof Gaunt
John of Gaunt (gônt, gänt), Duke of Lancaster. 1340-1399. English soldier. The fourth son of Edward III, he ruled England during his father's last years and in the beginning ...
Johnof Lancaster
John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford. 1389-1435. English noble who was regent of England and France (1422-1435) during the early reign of Henry VI. * * *
JohnPaul I
John Paul I, Originally Albino Luciani. 1912-1978. Pope (1978). The first pope to assume a double name, he reigned for only 34 days. * * *
JohnPaul II
John Paul II, Originally Karol Wojtyla. Born 1920. Pope (since 1978). The first Polish-born pope and the first non-Italian pope in 450 years, he has traveled extensively in ...
JohnQ. Public
John Q. Public n. Used as a name to designate a typical member of the general public. * * *
Johns
/jonz/, n. Jasper, born 1930, U.S. painter. * * *
Johns Hopkins
➡ Johns Hopkins University * * *
Johns Hopkins University
(also Johns Hopkins) a US university in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2004, it had about 5 400 students. It was established in 1867 with money given by Johns Hopkins, a Baltimore ...
Johns, Hugh
▪ 2008 Hugh Richard Lewis Johns        British television sports commentator born Sept. 6, 1922, Wantage, Berkshire [now in Oxfordshire], Eng. died June 27, 2007, ...
Johns, Jasper
born May 15, 1930, Augusta, Ga., U.S. U.S. painter, sculptor, and printmaker. He began his career as a commercial artist, producing displays for New York City shop windows. In ...
Johns,Jasper
Johns (jŏnz), Jasper. Born 1930. American artist and pioneer of pop art whose works place everyday objects within artistic contexts. * * *
Johnson
/jon"seuhn/; for 3 also Sw. /yoon"sawn/, n. 1. Andrew, 1808-75, seventeenth president of the U.S. 1865-69. 2. Charles Spurgeon /sperr"jeuhn/, 1893-1956, U.S. educator and ...
Johnson & Johnson
a US company which is the world’s largest producing health care products, with branches in 50 countries. Its many well-known products include Band-Aid and Tylenol. The company ...
Johnson City
1. a city in NE Tennessee. 39,753. 2. a city in S New York. 17,126. * * * ▪ Tennessee, United States       city, Washington county, northeastern Tennessee, U.S. It ...
Johnson grass
a sorghum, Sorghum halepense, that spreads by creeping rhizomes, grown for fodder. Also called Aleppo grass, Means grass. [1880-85, Amer.; named after William Johnson, American ...
Johnson noise
☆ Johnson noise n. 〚after J. B. Johnson, 20th-c. U.S. physicist〛 thermal background noise in a radio receiver * * *
Johnson, (Charles) Van
▪ 2009       American actor born Aug. 25, 1916, Newport, R.I. died Dec. 12, 2008, Nyack, N.Y. was one of Hollywood's biggest stars during the early part of his ...
Johnson, Alexander Bryan
▪ American philosopher and semanticist born May 29, 1786, Gosport, Hampshire, Eng. died Sept. 9, 1867, Utica, N.Y., U.S.       British-born American philosopher and ...
Johnson, Amy
▪ English aviator born July 1, 1903, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England—disappeared January 5, 1941, over the Thames estuary       pioneering female aviator who ...
Johnson, Andrew
born Dec. 29, 1808, Raleigh, N.C., U.S. died July 31, 1875, near Carter Station, Tenn. 17th president of the U.S. (1865–69). Born in poverty, he never attended school, and he ...
Johnson, Ban
▪ American baseball executive byname of  Byron Bancroft Johnson   born Jan. 5, 1864, Norwalk, Ohio, U.S. died March 28, 1931, St. Louis, Mo.       U.S. professional ...
Johnson, Benjamin
▪ 1997       ("BEN"), U.S. motion picture actor who worked as a horse wrangler and stuntman before appearing in supporting roles in such films as Shane, One-Eyed Jacks, ...
Johnson, Blind Willie
▪ American musician born c. 1902, , near Temple, Texas, U.S. died c. 1947, , Beaumont, Texas       African-American gospel (gospel music) singer who performed on ...
Johnson, Boris
▪ 2009 born June 19, 1964, New York, N.Y.  On May 1, 2008, Boris Johnson, an American-born British journalist and Conservative Party politician, narrowly defeated incumbent ...
Johnson, Bunk
▪ American musician byname of  William Geary Johnson,  also called  Willie Johnson   born Dec. 27, 1889, New Orleans, La., U.S. died July 7, 1949, New Iberia, La.  black ...
Johnson, Charles Anthony
      original name of Sir Charles Anthony Johnson Brooke, second raja of the Brooke Raj (q.v.). * * *
Johnson, Charles Spurgeon
▪ American sociologist and editor born July 24, 1893, Bristol, Va., U.S. died Oct. 27, 1956, Louisville, Ky.  U.S. sociologist, authority on race relations, and the first ...
Johnson, Colin
▪ Australian author Aboriginal name  Mudrooroo,  also called  Mudrooroo Narogin  or  Mudrooroo Nyoongah  born 1939, Beverley, W.Aus., Austl.       Australian ...
Johnson, Cornelius
▪ English painter also called  Cornelis Johnson Van Ceulen, or Van Keulen, Johnson  also spelled  Jonson, Janssen, or Janson  baptized Oct. 14, 1593, London died Aug. 5, ...
Johnson, Dennis Wayne
▪ 2008 “D.J.”        American basketball player born Sept. 18, 1954 , Compton, Calif. died Feb. 22, 2007, Austin, Texas in a 13-year career as an exceptional ...
Johnson, Diane
▪ American author and academic in full  Diane Lain Johnson Murray  born April 28, 1934, Moline, Ill., U.S.       American writer and academic, best known for worldly ...
Johnson, Eliza
▪ American first lady née  Eliza McCardle  born October 4, 1810, Greeneville, Tennessee, U.S. died January 15, 1876, Greeneville  American first lady (1865–69), the ...
Johnson, Eyvind
born July 29, 1900, Svartbjörnsbyn, near Boden, Swed. died Aug. 25, 1976, Stockholm Swedish novelist. He endured a grim boyhood of hard labour. His early novels evince ...
Johnson, Frank (Minis), Jr.
born Oct. 30, 1918, Halyeville, Ala. died July 23, 1999, Montgomery, Ala. U.S. judge. After graduating at the top of his law-school class at the University of Alabama in 1943, ...
Johnson, Frank Minis, Jr.
▪ 2000       American federal judge (b. Oct. 30, 1918, Haleyville, Ala.—d. July 23, 1999, Montgomery, Ala.), made a number of landmark civil rights rulings that helped ...
Johnson, Harald Norlin
▪ 1997       U.S. microbiologist and international specialist on such arthropod-borne viral diseases as rabies and encephalitis; while working, 1938-72, for the ...
Johnson, Harry Gordon
▪ Canadian economist born May 26, 1923, Toronto, Ontario, Canada died May 8, 1977, Geneva, Switzerland       Canadian-born economist who managed to synthesize divergent ...
Johnson, Hiram
▪ American politician born Sept. 2, 1866, Sacramento, Calif., U.S. died Aug. 6, 1945, Bethesda, Md.  reform governor of California (1911–17) and a U.S. senator for 28 ...
Johnson, Ian William
▪ 1999       Australian cricket player who was a reliable, slow off-spin bowler for Victoria and in 45 Test matches for Australia, including 17 as captain (1954-57). ...
Johnson, J.J.
▪ 2002 James Louis Johnson        American jazz musician and composer (b. Jan. 22, 1924, Indianapolis, Ind.—d. Feb. 4, 2001, Indianapolis), was the first trombonist to ...
Johnson, Jack
in full John Arthur Johnson born Mar. 31, 1878, Galveston, Tex., U.S. died June 10, 1946, Raleigh, N.C. U.S. boxer, the first black to hold the title for the heavyweight ...
Johnson, James P(rice)
born Feb. 1, 1894, New Brunswick, N.J., U.S. died Nov. 17, 1955, New York, N.Y. U.S. pianist and composer, a chief figure in the transition of ragtime to jazz. Johnson was ...
Johnson, James P.
▪ American composer and pianist in full  James Price Johnson   born Feb. 1, 1894, New Brunswick, N.J., U.S. died Nov. 17, 1955, New York, N.Y.  highly influential black ...
Johnson, James Weldon
born June 17, 1871, Jacksonville, Fla., U.S. died June 26, 1938, Wiscasset, Maine U.S. writer. He practiced law in Florida before moving with his brother, the composer J. ...
Johnson, Jimmie
▪ 2009 Jimmie Kenneth Johnson  born Sept. 17, 1975, El Cajon, Calif.       In November 2008 race-car driver Jimmie Johnson won his record-tying third consecutive ...
Johnson, John H(arold)
born Jan. 19, 1918, Arkansas City, Ark., U.S. U.S. magazine and book publisher. He moved to Chicago with his family and became a journalist. He introduced Negro Digest, a ...
Johnson, John H.
▪ American publisher in full  John Harold Johnson  born January 19, 1918, Arkansas City, Arkansas, U.S. died August 8, 2005, Chicago, Illinois       magazine and book ...
Johnson, John Harold
▪ 2006       American business executive and publisher (b. Jan. 19, 1918, Arkansas City, Ark.—d. Aug. 8, 2005, Chicago, Ill.), parlayed a $500 loan, secured against ...
Johnson, Johnnie
▪ 2002 Air Vice-Marshall James Edgar Johnson        British pilot (b. March 9, 1915, Barrow upon Soar, Leicestershire, Eng.—d. Jan. 30, 2001, Buxton, Derbyshire, ...
Johnson, Johnnie Clyde
▪ 2006       American rock-and-roll pianist (b. July 8, 1924, Fairmont, W.Va.—d. April 13, 2005, St. Louis, Mo.), recorded, with Chuck Berry, some of the seminal songs ...
Johnson, Judy
▪ American baseball player and manager byname of  William Julius Johnson  born Oct. 26, 1890, Snow Hill, Md., U.S. died June 15, 1989, Wilmington, Del., U.S.  American ...
Johnson, Kelly
▪ American aeronautical engineer byname of  Clarence Leonard Johnson   born Feb. 27, 1910, Ishpeming, Mich., U.S. died Dec. 21, 1990, Burbank, Calif.       highly ...
Johnson, Lady Bird
▪ 2008 Claudia Alta Taylor  American first lady born Dec. 22, 1912 , Karnack, Texas died July 11, 2007, Austin, Texas was the wife of Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th president of ...
Johnson, Leon William
▪ 1998       general (ret.), U.S. Air Force (b. Sept. 13, 1904, Columbia, Mo.—d. Nov. 10, 1997, Fairfax, Va.), was awarded (1943) the Medal of Honor, the U.S. ...
Johnson, Lonnie
▪ American musician byname of  Alonzo Johnson   born Feb. 8, 1889?, New Orleans, La., U.S. died June 16, 1970, Toronto, Ont., Can.  prolific black American musician, ...
Johnson, Louis
▪ New Zealander poet born Sept. 27, 1924, Wellington, N.Z. died Nov. 1, 1988, Winchester, Hampshire, Eng.       New Zealand poet who rejected the rural themes and ...
Johnson, Lyndon B(aines)
born Aug. 27, 1908, Gillespie county, Texas, U.S. died Jan. 22, 1973, San Antonio, Texas 36th president of the U.S. (1963–69). He taught school in Houston, Texas, before ...
Johnson, Lyndon B.
▪ president of United States Introduction in full  Lyndon Baines Johnson , also called  LBJ  born August 27, 1908, Gillespie county, Texas, U.S. died January 22, 1973, San ...
Johnson, Magic
orig. Earvin Johnson, Jr. born Aug. 14, 1959, Lansing, Mich., U.S. U.S. basketball player. He led Michigan State University to the collegiate championship in 1979 and led the ...
Johnson, Michael
▪ American athlete in full  Michael Duane Johnson   born September 13, 1967, Dallas, Texas, U.S.    American sprinter, perhaps the most eminent figure in athletics (track ...
Johnson, Michael (Duane)
born Sept. 13, 1967, Dallas, Texas, U.S. U.S. sprinter. For much of the 1990s he was virtually unbeaten in the 200-m and 400-m races. He shared an Olympic gold medal in 1992 on ...
Johnson, Michael Duane
▪ 1996       In 1995 U.S. track star Michael Johnson gave further proof that he was the finest sprinter in the world. He did not lose a single race at the distances of ...
Johnson, Nkosi
▪ 2002 Xolani Nkosi        South African activist (b. Feb. 4, 1989, Daveytown, S.Af.—d. June 1, 2001, Johannesburg, S.Af.), became the human face of AIDS in South ...
Johnson, Nunnally
▪ American producer, screenwriter, and director born Dec. 5, 1897, Columbus, Ga., U.S. died March 25, 1977, Los Angeles       motion-picture producer, screenwriter, and ...
Johnson, Osa
▪ American explorer, filmmaker and author née  Osa Helen Leighty  born March 14, 1894, Chanute, Kan., U.S. died Jan. 7, 1953, New York, N.Y.       American explorer, ...
Johnson, Pauline
▪ Canadian Indian poet in full  Emily Pauline Johnson   born March 10, 1862, Six Nation Indian Reserve, Brant county, Upper Canada [now in Ontario] died March 7, 1913, ...
Johnson, Philip C(ortelyou)
born July 8, 1906, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. died January 25, 2005, New Canaan, Conn. U.S. architect and critic. He studied philosophy and architecture at Harvard University. As ...


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