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 (ŏl′ə-vər), Joseph Known as "King Oliver." 1885-1938.
American jazz cornetist and composer who had a great influence on the style of Louis Armstrong.


1. (Biography) one of Charlemagne's 12 paladins. See also Roland
2. (Biography) Isaac. ?1556–1617, English portrait miniaturist, born in France: he studied under Hilliard and worked at James I's court
3. (Biography) Jamie (Trevor). born 1975, British chef and presenter of television cookery programmes
4. (Biography) Joseph, known as King Oliver. 1885–1938, US pioneer jazz cornetist


(ˈɒl ə vər)

one of Charlemagne's paladins.
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Noun1.Oliver - United States jazz musician who influenced the style of Louis Armstrong (1885-1938)


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Eso obliga a Olivera elegir si estar al lado de su familia en el Tribunal o perseguir al Conde .
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Ademas, la dimension social se ve reforzada por el caracter funcional y utilitario del lenguaje de especialidad, no solo como extension logica de la dimension sociolinguistica que hemos senalado en el parrafo anterior, sino tambien por motivos de orden esencialmente practico que dan forma a una actividad docente e investigadora interesada en presentar el lenguaje de especialidad con caracteristicas determinadas por la situacion de uso y por la existencia de diferentes tipos de usuarios, entre los que se senalan a los expertos, los semiexpertos y los legos interesados y se precisa que es a los semiexpertos a los que normalmente debemos ofrecer soluciones pedagogicas especificas, como las que veremos en este articulo (Alcaraz Varo, 2000; Fuertes Olivera y Arribas Bano, 2008).
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