'Annie' can also refer to...

Alice Annie Kenny (1875—1960)


Annie Abram (1869—1930) historian

Annie Allen

Annie Anderson

Annie Barnes (c. 1887—1982) socialist and suffragist

Annie Besant (1847—1933) theosophist and politician in India

Annie Britton

Annie Catharine Higdon (1864—1946) schoolmistress

Annie Cecilia Ramsbottom Isherwood (1862—1906) Anglican nun and educationist

(Annie) Constance Smedley (1876—1941) author and founder of the International Lyceum Clubs

Annie Coppel

Annie Dalton (b. 1948)

Annie Dillard (b. 1945)

Annie Dorothy Betts (1884—1961) apiculturist and expert on bee diseases

Annie E. Holdsworth (1860—1917)

Annie Ernaux (b. 1940)

Annie Fellows Johnston (1863—1931)

Annie Fields (1834—1915)

Annie Fischer (1914—1995)

Annie G. Steinberg

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Gjelsvik

Annie Hall Thomas (1838—1918) novelist

Annie Hector (1825—1902) novelist

Annie Henrietta Yule (1875—1950) film industry financier

Annie Hondeghem

Annie Horniman (1860—1937) theatre patron and manager

Annie Jane Duncan (1858—1943)


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A Web page that has not been changed for a considerable time. The term is derived from the comic book character Annie who was a poor forgotten orphan. Such a page is also known as an orphan Annie. The term has also been applied to an invisible page which is not linked to any other Web pages. See also cobweb site.

Subjects: Computing.

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