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A female given name from Hebrew.
One of the women following Jesus.
Obsolete spelling of Johanna
Etymology: From the New Testament Greek feminine form of John
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The numerical value of Joanna in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of Joanna in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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Joanna Gaines ' had big crews here working seven days a week. We’re not allowed to come by when Joanna Gaines ' were working on it, but my neighbors told me there were five, six, seven trucks outside everyday until 9 or 10 o’clock at night, it was a big push but Joanna Gaines ' did a great job.
When they first got married, they started flipping these little houses and that's sort of how they got into these whole business, joanna had this dream of opening this little store, so Chip said, ‘ I want you to follow this dream...' so she did [ and ] they opened a little store called Magnolia.
He then rolled the passenger window down and took a shot at Joanna Cloonan vehicle.
The one thing I remember most about Joanna Gaines stories, Joanna Gaines would always tell us when we were little, ‘ When I moved here when I was 19, I would cry myself to sleep every night because I missed my mother’s food, ’ and so Joanna Gaines, somehow, found some Korean women in the community that would cook for Joanna Gaines and then that would kind of just soothe Joanna Gaines.
And if anything, Chip and Joanna are not dumb. They know a lot about business.
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