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(par'kĕr),
Edward Mason, U.S. surgeon, 1860-1941. See: Parker-Kerr suture.
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Before we broom, we want to extend Seasons Greetings from the Charlie Parker Quintet.
SLG's new repertoire includes adult contemporary stars such as Joan Armatrading as well as cutting edge projects such as the upcoming "Bird Up: The Charlie Parker Remix Project," featuring remixes of Parker classics by renowned artists and producers such as Dan the Automator, The RZA (Wu Tang Clan), Serj Tankian (System of a Down), El-P, The X-ecutioners and many more.
The lineup of featured performers on Sunday, October 6, 2002 "Jazz Legends" Day include: violinist Karen Briggs, Cedar Walton Sextet performing an "Art Blakey Reunion," the Charles McPherson Quartet in a "Tribute to Charlie Parker," with the String Ensemble Orchestra including Randy Porter, Jeff Littleton, Chuck McPherson, Jr.
His reading of ``Billie's Bounce'' was a perfect nod to his chief influence, Charlie Parker.
Charlie Parker, 41, the city's executive director for regeneration, said: ``I challenge any other city in the UK to have engaged with its people in the way Liverpool has done in putting together a vision for the future and preparing the European bid.
Charlie Parker, the city council's executive director for regeneration, said: "This is one of the biggest transactions the council has ever been involved in - and it is entirely sensible that we do this.
His starring role as jazz great Charlie Parker in Clint Eastwood's film "Bird" garnered critical and audience acclaim.
A longtime columnist for New York's Village Voice, Giddins has also written biographies on Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker.
In the 1940s, bebop creators Charlie Parker and Miles Davis soloed over those chords in dizzying flights of improvisation.
He asked his driver to get Charlie Parker on the phone because Mr Parker is executive director in charge of roads in Liverpool and is the main man to get things done.
The council's manager of land and development services, Charlie Parker, will recommend at a meeting on Friday that the council pay pounds 21,100 to the building's owner, Merseyside Pension Fund.
An ode to Charlie Parker is printed in both French and English in homage to Parker's European flair; his war-themed poems echo the perspective gained from meeting fellow writers and observing conflict on a global scale.