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 (jôf′rē, jŏf′-), Robert Originally Abdullah Jaffa Bey Khan. 1930-1988.
American dancer and choreographer who founded the Robert Joffrey Ballet (1956), a company noted for its athletic style and diverse repertoire.
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Noun1.Joffrey - United States choreographer (1930-1988)
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