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Jol·li·et

also Jo·li·et  (jō′lē-ĕt′, jō′lē-ĕt′, zhô-lyā′), Louis 1645-1700.
French-Canadian explorer of the upper Mississippi Valley who with Jacques Marquette sighted the Mississippi River on June 17, 1673, and descended it to the mouth of the Arkansas River.

Jolliet

(French ʒɔljɛ)
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(Biography) Louis. 1645–1700, French-Canadian explorer, with Jaques Marquette, of the Mississippi river
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