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Definition funny of Roxann:
The most beautiful, unique individual you will ever meet. Strong-willed and very independent. Doesn't need a man and is perfectly capable of doing things on her own, but secretly longs for someone to sweep her off her feet and take care of her. A very confusing and outspoken woman to some, but Roxann requires quite a bit of time and patience to understand her. She loves with everything she has and is a very loyal friend. You are privileged to know a Roxann. Just remember to spell her name right.
My name is Roxann, not Roxanne. There is no "e" at the end.
Songs about Roxann:
Roxann by Jay Graydon from the Album Airplay For The Planet
Roxann by Taxi Gang from the Album The Sting
Happy Birthday Roxann by The Birthday Crew from the Album Happy Birthday Roxann
Lullaby for Roxann by Eddie Guthman from the Album Tower in the Mist
Roxann by Singing Vernon from the Album My Mission
Roxann by Kjell Inge Torgersen from the Album Aks Av Gull
Roxann by Kathryn Bild from the Album The Whole World Can Be Your Sweetheart
Books about Roxann:
Roxann - A Lady in a Chair by Rita Dear (Jul 20, 2014)
Morning Meeting Book, The (Strategies for Teachers, 1) 2nd (second) Expand Edition by Kriete, Roxann published... (0010)
Morning Meeting Book, The (Strategies for Teachers, 1) by Kriete, Roxann 2nd (second) Expand edition [Paperback... (1600)
Introduction to Health Care & Careers by DeLaet,Roxann. [2011,Text Only.] Paperback by DeLaet (2011)
Introduction to Health Care & Careers [Paperback]  (Author) Roxann DeLaet (2011)
First Six Weeks of School,the (Paperback) By Paula Denton, Roxann Kriete by ROXANN KRIETE PAULA DENTON (2000)
By Roxann Delaet - Introduction to Health Care & Careers (Pap/Psc) (3/17/11) by Roxann Delaet (Mar 17, 2011)
Wiki information Roxann:
Roxann Dawson is an American actress, producer, and director, best known as B'Elanna Torres on the television series Star Trek: Voyager.
"Roxanne" is a song by the rock band The Police. Written by Sting, the song was released in 1978 as a single and on their album Outlandos d'Amour. It was written from the point of view of a man who falls in love with a prostitute. On re-release in...