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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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THURSDAY Join selfappointed German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn for a somewhat out of season German Christmas Do in an evening of "Teutonic jolliness" at The Glee Club.
IT IS with some relief that we bid a final farewell to the Christmas New Year jolliness. For two weeks, Cuffe Towers was dominated by one ongoing question.
POBOL Y CWM The Felin is full of jolliness and festive spirit on Christmas Day despite the interesting mix of the Whites, Monks and Dani.
Much like I might kick a football against a fence, they'd saddle up some horses and charge around until their little upper-class cheeks went pink with the jolliness of it all.
She's moving into Manchester's Wythenshawe district, one of Europe's largest council estates, in order to up the levels of literacy, community spirit and all-round jolliness, thus doing away with all the unpleasantness that seems to be going on in the area.
Jimmy McCarthy's jolliness cheers me up and, when I ask him about Nictos De Bersy in the novice handicap chase at Newbury, he says, "I wouldn't put you off him", which I take to be mildly encouraging, and back him on Betfair, at 15-1.
Opener Alibi, with its gentle chime bars and droning bass, was quickly overlapped by Hospital Food's energetic drums and jolliness.
IT is the season to be jolly - and 25-year-old Katie Fleming has a lot of jolliness in mind this year.
``But the trip was not all jokes and jolliness. There was community work to be done too.''
01902 429 212 Henning Wehn Join the German Comedy Ambassador for an evening of Teutonic jolliness as Henning looks at the British obsession with home ownership and the self-serving nature of most fundraising efforts.
The Epstein Theatre, 85, Hanover Street, Liverpool, 0151 709 4044, Fri, 28 Apr Gavin Webster The Slaughter House, 13-15, Fenwick Street, Liverpool, 0151 227 5946, Fri, 28 Apr Henning Wehn: Westphalia Is Not An Option Join German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn for an evening of Teutonic jolliness at its best.
The short-lived jolliness of the opening - Christmas in the royal court - gives way to Leontes' grip of paranoia, as he locks up his wife and abandons his new-born, then news of death ups the chill factor in darkening scenes of a remorseful king - and Hicks' face captures every flicker of his battling emotions - on a bleak stage strewn with the scattered pages of those library books.