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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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'Tis the season to be jolly and nothing could be jollier than a general manager serenading his guests with festive songs during the holiday season.The Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain Hotel & Spa's general manager Mark Neukomm is bringing joy and good cheer to his guests alongside his team as part of a carol singing troupe.The hotel's Christmas Choir, also known as the Glee Club, has been entertaining guests for the past three years during occasions such as staff parties and brunches.Mr Neukomm said: "We will go above and beyond to wow our guests and make them feel at home.
Gonzales believes that more Advent activities and focus on what the season is about are the key to a jollier holiday.
First on the list of treats was that veritable South African institution, Madame Zingara and her burlesque spectacular, hosted by a rather sinister MC called 'The Hot Mr C', who struck me as a rather jollier version of Papa Lazarou from The League of Gentleman.
Because current practices were applied to this case study, the error propagation was calculated by Monte Carlo analysis using 1000 simulation iterations (Jollier et al.
It has a social group setup similar to Lift's, but it's exercise-centric, with a much jollier design.
Also, I want to be able to sit down quietly with a cup of tea and the paper without having something aurally unpleasant compulsorily inflicted on me in the belief that it will make me feel jollier and better able to get into the swing of things.
And a troupe of Chinese jitterbug dancers, who strutted their stuff with some of the jollier bands at last year's festival, is set to return this year but is promising to be "bigger and better".
JUBILEE 'Adam Ant' 'Beyonce' Back on the Street it's a jollier affair, with Adam Ant, Beyonce, Madonna, Britney Spears, John Lennon and Dolly Parton dropping by.
In the context of the show, these images seem almost a rebuke to jollier works such as Doug Aitken's airline-ad-like Passenger, 1997, or Darren Almond's video Schwebebahn, 1995, in which scenes of the monorail in Wuppertal, Germany, a curiosity of transit in that it runs suspended from its track, are inverted to make it follow the gravitational norm for trains (the streets around it, though, are upside down).
I named the property when times were better, jollier," Parishev, who is believed to be one of the wealthiest people in Svilengrad says.
If you want to keep things on an even keel with people, you may have to quell, at least at work, the jollier or more rebellious inclinations that you have now.
The more the jollier." (85) Lurie notes the dogs' egalitarianism--"No one too high and mighty to smell another's backside"--and their general peacefulness: "He is watching the dogs eat.