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Jol·ly

(zhō-lē'),
Justin, French histologist, 1870-1953. See: Jolly bodies, Howell-Jolly bodies.

Jol·ly

(zhō-lē'),
Friedrich, German neurologist, 1844-1904. See: Jolly reaction.
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Of course," he added, "the President is a bit of a jollier, but I think his words did represent a substratum of satisfaction.
You'd be jollier too if you had a husband who was dear to you.
Hence the program of sloughing off the inherited prohibitions of past times--particularly in such areas as sex, where technology has changed the terms and conditions--looks like liberation into a jollier form of life.
This should have made things jollier in Liverpool, but the problem is, the zoo is still overseen and operated by gun-hating bureaucrats and fuzzywigged liberal judges.
Sol/o": my love / there are no accidents / in war--no kisses / on the belligerent lips of crocodiles / no loves greener than / the dancing hearts of children / no reveller jollier than the worm / in columbus's boiling head
Here's hoping your Christmas was much jollier than King Henry II of England's was.
If ``Monsieur Hier'' was a gloss on ``Rear Window,'' ``The Hairdresser's Husband'' a jollier ``Vertigo'' and ``Girl on the Bridge'' a more psycho-sexualized ``To Catch a Thief,'' this job is a kinder, gentler interpretation of ``Strangers on a Train's'' criminality transfer theme.
BRITAIN is a jollier place after the disclosure of the alliance between John and Edwina.
s] [is greater than] 0 if supported by TJ, and the junior author will subsequently provide support for this claim in order to feel a little jollier by a truthful revelation rather than misreporting in a manner which cannot enhance TJ's promotion prospects.
These may lack some of the refinements on the other side but, with the Long Bar and restaurant furnished with communal tables and benches, they are jollier.
The world would be a much jollier place if more people dressed for fun.
Welcome to its noisier, jollier and terribly-behaved antithesis - Scruffts dog show.