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Jar·rett

 (jăr′ĭt), Keith Born 1945.
American pianist and composer best known for his solo jazz improvisations, especially The Köln Concert (1975), but also noted for his classical recordings.

Jarrett

(ˈdʒærɪt)
n
(Biography) Keith born 1945, US jazz pianist and composer
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In the summer of 1874 I was in Liverpool, whither I had gone on business for the mercantile house of Bronson & Jarrett, New York.
I thought it singular that a traveling English girl should be so attended, but she afterward explained to me that the woman had been left with her family by a man and his wife from South Carolina, both of whom had died on the same day at the house of the young lady's father in Devonshire--a circumstance in itself sufficiently uncommon to remain rather distinctly in my memory, even had it not afterward transpired in conversation with the young lady that the name of the man was William Jarrett, the same as my own.
William Jarrett. These two distinguished travelers embarked together, but they are about to part, it being the resolute intention of the former to pitch the latter overboard."
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Department of Labor announced the resignation of Bryan Jarrett, Acting Administrator for the Wage and Hour Division, effective January 5, 2019.
When a friend of Ohio teenager Jon Jarrett dressed as a hot dog for Halloween, he took the role very seriously.
The Russia Hoax: The Illicit Scheme to Clear Hillary Clinton and Frame Donald Trump, by Gregg Jarrett, New York: Broadside, 2018, 289 pages, hardcover.
During the hour-long interview on Thursday, Barr spoke of the tweet directed towards Valerie Jarrett, a former adviser to ex-president Barack Obama.
Comedienne Roseanne Barr set off a national frenzy last month when she insulted Valerie Jarrett, the aide to former President Barack Obama, who was born in Iran.