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Synonyms for jazz

empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk

a genre of popular music that originated in New Orleans around 1900 and developed through increasingly complex styles

a style of dance music popular in the 1920s

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play something in the style of jazz

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Other feature enhancements that the company claims are a direct result of community feedback include the availability of horizontal and vertical banners in different sizes to suit different website layouts, ability to share Jazzers with colleagues and clients right from the publish window, and even a 'blank template' feature that enables one to start their jazzer creation over a clean slate.
Ryan hopes to continue playing Jazzer, who he describes as "mostly stupid, a fool to himself ", for many years to come.
THOUSANDS of people every week hear the voice of Ryan Kelly as he plays teenage tear away Jazzer on The Archers,but few know that the 27-year-old radio actor is totally blind.
Dross meanwhile have reached the final few of Radio Borsetshire's talent competition, although Ed and Jazzer were none too pleased to find Fallon had submitted her own entry.
Ryan has been blind since birth, and beat off strong competition to land the role of teenage tearaway Jazzer.
Patrick will be continuing his homage to the funking American jazzer Horace Silver.
But Jazzer is also a bit of a ladykiller - one stereotype Scotsmen won't worry about.
Surrounding them are a series of supporting characters including Matt Crosby's amusing Fagin-lite Jazzer, Jo Cook's comic housemaid, and youngster Caitlin Evans as precocious rich girl Eva who takes a shine to Benny.
Last year the pintsized teen won the coveted Jazzer Smith Award taking home an acoustic guitar, cash prize and a scholarship for tuition in Tamworth.
Lynda's party didn't go exactly as she had planned, mainly because the younger element decided to do their own thing - Jazzer had been asked to recite some Scottish poetry but made up all his own words, while Fallon became increasingly jealous of K i rs t y.
He was originally named Cool C's and wore Coke-bottle glasses, but when Caesar got a letter from a woman who tended children who wore similar glasses and explained how the character hurt her, he renamed the jazzer and axed the eyewear.
I love the character Jazzer and wondered if he really is Scottish?
Even so, Ghosh is just as likely to be influenced by American jazzer Don Byron.