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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.
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Jolliet

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