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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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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.
He explained his admiration for Alliban's pluck and courage to Isabel: 'He was my right hand in everything and any good times we have had (and as a matter of fact most of the time has not been too bad) have always been made jollier by his cheerfulness.
jollier of his state, then are new benefic'd ministers, he throwes like nets, or lime-twigs, whersoere he goes, his title'of Barrister, on every wench, and wooes in language of the Pleas, and Bench: "A motion, Lady.
The adaptation is meticulous almost to a fault, including a fidelity to language and accents (a hybrid between British and American) that initially appears to handcuff some of the east--beginning, most glaringly, with Giamatti, fresh off his turn as a jollier icon in "Fred Claus.
It's because 'tis the season to be jolly, and nothing makes me jollier than being with my girl--even if her folks have a W sticker on their car.
Above all, the picture that emerges from this immensely rich selection of short texts is that of a much jollier figure, a man for whom storytelling (and in this respect, the contrast with Flaubert is striking) came as naturally as breathing, very different from the tired literary hack struggling against impossible deadlines and dishonest publishers, i.
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.