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Cole·man

 (kōl′mən), Cy Originally Seymour Kaufman. 1929-2004.
American composer whose best known Broadway shows include Sweet Charity (1966) and The Will Rogers Follies (1991).

Coleman

, Ornette 1930-2015.
American jazz saxophonist and composer who established free jazz, an unrestrained improvisational style of jazz.

Coleman

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(Biography) Ornette (ɔːˈnɛt). born 1930, US avant-garde jazz alto saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist
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Coleman has reported chiefly the expensive experiments of gentlemen farmers, my outgoes were,--
Sacred To the Memory of Robert Long, Willis Ellery, Nathan Coleman, Walter Canny, Seth Macy, and Samuel Gleig, Forming one of the boats' crews of the Ship Eliza, Who were towed out of sight by a Whale, On the Off-shore Ground in the Pacific, December 31st,
Sam was then despatched for a hackney-coach, and in it the triumvirate proceeded to Coleman Street.
Coleman worked for 44 years at Coleman Dairy, which was established in Little Rock in 1862, sold to a dairy cooperative in 1995, and in 2006 became a division of Hiland, owned by Prairie Farms of Carlinville, Illinois.
Garnet Coleman, D-Houston, to apologize after saying he was "treated like a child" during a traffic stop last month.
Birmingham-based Coleman & Company's 50th Anniversary celebrations have just drawn to a close.
on December 11, he had no idea that he was about to engage in a physical altercation with a large and physically fit 64-year-old man named Otto Coleman.
Coleman, 81, of North Grafton, died Friday, April 11th in his home, after an illness.
Palmdale High's David Coleman, a two-way standout who led the Falcons to their fifth consecutive Golden League football title, has been named the league's player of the year.
However, that hasn't stopped 18-year-old Garrett Coleman, who has been an Irish step dancer since he was 5.
Like Wafer, each was accused of selling cocaine powder to an undercover cop named Tom Coleman, based on no evidence except his word.
Lorann Coleman had been employed at the Delta Blues Cafe at the Grand Casino in Tunica, Mississippi, since it opened in 1996.

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