jolly


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Synonyms for jolly

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Synonyms for jolly

a yawl used by a ship's sailors for general work

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be silly or tease one another

full of or showing high-spirited merriment

to a moderately sufficient extent or degree

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Jolly Pets will offer an opportunity for growth in a new product category.
Last month, Jolly admitted sexually abusing four boys aged 13 and 14 in the 80s and 90s when he was in the Grampian force.
Jolly added the extras again when another former Nuneaton man, No.
During her mid-30s, Jolly trained as a clinical social worker.
When the family introduced Jolly Food Line, their first owned canned fruits and vegetables brand, into the market in 1997, they virtually started with nothing, because we all know how hard it is to introduce a new brand.
A Jolly Farmers free kick was played wide right and the ball was crossed into the area for Charlie Iveson to volley home after only one minute.
The turtle was nicknamed Jolly by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers who rescued her: Jeff Carroll and Olly Adams.
The solos section saw BOK add to their medal haul with gold for Budd, Jolly and Wyke and silver for both Metcalf and Greenwood.
And keen to bring the popularity of the Northumberland venue to Newcastle, the restaurateur and entrepreneur has just opened The Jolly Fisherman on the Quay at the former Waterline pub, as part of a mission to bring the best of Northumberland's seafood and fresh produce to the burgeoning Quayside.
Alison Jolly first visited Madagascar in 1962 and, over the following decades, established a soaring reputation as a primatologist with an endless fascination for lemurs.
This was FEFPA's 18th Annual Architectural Showcase and Harvard Jolly was recognized for their innovative response to educational programming, flexibility for community use, technology provisions, green design and the relationship of spaces and expandability.
She believed that Jolly may have been trying to disarm her security system.
When Alison Jolly died last year, the world lost one of its leading authorities on lemurs.
Grady Jolly, the circuit judge who wrote the opinion explaining ruling, says the court looked at the case from scratch.