Hines

[hahynz]
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noun

EarlFatha, 1905–83, U.S. jazz pianist.
Jerome,1921–2003, U.S. operatic basso.

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  • I would hint that Mr. Hines and similar zealots might disembarrass him of this load, if he asked them nicely.

    And Even Now

    Max Beerbohm

  • He did not know that it was proper to do so before Mr. Hines, though he was a jolly, good-natured gentleman.

    Little Bobtail

    Oliver Optic

  • Hines turned to me and said, Go to your quarters; I will settle with you in the morning.

    Biography of a Slave

    Charles Thompson

  • I glanced at the memento indicated, and observed that it contained a photograph of Mr. Hines (without the sticking-plaster).

  • Hines and Grenfell spring to their feet, and grasp the hand of the Texan.



British Dictionary definitions for hines

Hines

noun

Earl, known as Earl "Fatha" Hines. 1905–83, US jazz pianist, conductor, and songwriter
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