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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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Between the celestial voices of the choir and the lively gossip of three wonderful Church Ladies (played to perfection by Carrie Compere, Bre Jackson and Rema Webb), church is the jolliest show in town.
The Seagate portable drive can be configured effortlessly by connecting to a USB cord, which is how you can begin storing your jolliest memories without running out of storage space.
It is "the jolliest school in England" but that doesn't mean it doesn't have its fair share of class rotters, such as snobby Sybil and her toadying friend Monica.
As Saint Marie tradition dictates, one of them will be found dead inside a locked room before the opening titles in what has to be the jolliest murder mystery series on TV.
Everyone is showing us sides to their characters we've never seen before and it makes for what has to be the jolliest murder mystery series on TV.
While Christmas can be seen as the jolliest time of year by some, for those with a mental illness it can be a time of increased loneliness or isolation.
The Citizen may not be the jolliest of the films showing this Christmas, but this emotional rollercoaster is definitely one of this season's must-watch films.
For hunters like Rick Prekup, deer season is the jolliest time of the year.
the friendliest and jolliest damsels I have met in all my travels.
That, plus a scene-stealing small part by sweet-faced character actor Edmund Gwenn as the world's jolliest assassin, a frighteningly realistic airline crash seen from the doomed pilot's cockpit, and a famous bit of camera work where a man is gunned down in the pouring rain amid a sea of umbrellas (actor Charles Wagenheim is about to pull the trigger above) earned this film several Oscar nominations, including one for special effects.
A pirate boat will make its way down the Menai Straits, then the town will be invaded by the jolliest pirates ever to sail the seven seas
TONY McCOY is never at his jolliest when beaten into second, especially on a favourite, but at least the ride on Key To The West eased the champion jockey back into the old routine at Warwick yesterday.