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  • s  characterized by jokes and good humor

  • A suit more jocose than bitter was brought in Manhattan last week by Abraham, William, Herbert Morton Minsky, proprietors of three burlesque theatres, against Sidney Ross .
  • His round, snub-nosed face was made for mirth, especially its wide, thin-lipped mouth, which even in repose is curved like a jocose crescent.
  • The finale is in jocose, carnival spirit, but a carnival whose details are as vaporous as a dream, only solidifying as the music nears its end.

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