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Who is Alice Ann?
Alice Ann a.k.a. Alice Ann Cavanagh is the daughter of actor Tom Cavanagh.
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Alice Ann is a fictional character from the 1982 film Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.
- in the film "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean", played by Dianne Turley Travis
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by Jan Onofrio
Holland, and at the same time elected to the 91st Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress through the 102nd; married Alice Ann Gray; five children; is a resident of McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
by Win Blevins
ALICE ANN In the Southwest, a sorrel horse. According to Smith, it's a corruption of alazan, which is Spanish for sorrel. (See also BUCKSKIN.) ALKALI (1) A powdery, white mineral that salts the ground in many low places in the West, ...
by Yan, Zheng
Alice Ann Howard Gola MANILA Consulting Group, Inc., USA Sandra L. Calvert Children's Digital Media Center, Georgetown University, USA ABSTRACT Technology has dramatically changed the frequency with which US youth access the ...
by William A. Lorimer
Alice Ann. Mr. Lenz is regarded as one of the most progressive young men of Mercer County.
A Historical Encyclopedia by W. Paul Reeve, Ardis E. Parshall
Alice Ann Kimball (1883), and Mary Taylor Schwartz (1884).
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