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Jane

Jane the heroine of a Daily Mirror strip cartoon created by Norman Pett, originating in 1932, but particularly remembered for her Second World War adventures (which often involved loss of her clothing).

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jane

jane / jān/ • n. inf. a woman. PHRASES: plain Jane an unattractive girl or woman.

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Jane

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