- Scott,1868–1917, U.S. ragtime pianist and composer.
- a city in SW Missouri.
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Examples from the Web for joplin
In none of the weddings Joplin has performed did the inmate have more than five years to serve.
Like Joplin, Bensoussan said most of his clients were together before they were separated by bars.
He was nearing the end of his sentence, but the woman enlisted Joplin to marry them before he was released.
The first thing Joplin needs to find out before he will agree to officiate a wedding is why his potential client is in prison.
While touring Europe for the first time, Joplin decided to test out its success on the international scene.Janis Joplin’s Kozmic Blues
November 8, 2014
On landing, Joplin scuttled and sunk the ferry-flat, to cut off pursuit.
During 1911 the average price paid in the Joplin District was $41.45.The Business of Mining
Arthur J. Hoskin
Still, when we reached Bessietown, where we struck the steam-cars, the Joplin crowd broke for the train on a run.
Madeira was at the stone steps of the Joplin house, and the girl took his arm and climbed the steps with him.
From the Joplin stretch as a nucleus, lines of development have been steadily projected since 1874 to this day.
- Janis 1943–70, US rock singer, noted for her hoarse and passionate style. Her albums include Cheap Thrills (1968) and Pearl (1971)
- Scott 1868–1917, US pianist and composer: creator of ragtime
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