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  1. Earl Fatha, 1905–83, U.S. jazz pianist.
  2. Jerome, 1921–2003, U.S. operatic basso.


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  1. HinesEarl19051983MUSMUSIC: jazz pianistMUSIC: conductorMUSIC: songwriter Earl, known as Earl "Fatha" Hines. 1905–83, US jazz pianist, conductor, and songwriter

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Hines also noted that Democratic voters in San Antonio—the northern end of the district—and in Laredo are certainly different.

“Several people were screaming,” Hines said in remarks to reporters and posted on the department’s Twitter account.

Hines said it was difficult to get equipment near the back of the building, where many people were trapped on upper floors, and firefighters had to carry ladders down a long alley to reach them.

It was an intense matchup, Hines said, so he assumed he needed rest.

Terrell lifted up his hand toward Hines, the coach of that AAU team, indicating he needed to come out of the game.

He loved the swing music played by big bands, and his heroes included Benny Goodman, Count Basie, and Earl Hines.

Hines's pictures don't make us feel miserable enough, for the misery of their subjects to impinge fully on us.

Nico Hines on the closing selection of the London Film Festival.

The London singer talks to Nico Hines about ‘separating the boys from the men’—and being single.

Nico Hines talks to the ex-Michael Jackson video director about his haunting new work.

Hines reported to me what he said, that he would get me yet.

He thought Hines was trying to have her make a confession which would give him a hold on Jud Clark.

He had the older boy, who went by the name of Hines, sent to college, and in summer he stayed at Henry's tutoring school.

Supposing the man Melis had seen to be Clifton Hines, a good many things would be cleared up.

That's Harry Hines Boulevard right in front of the hospital?


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