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MEZZ

On drawings, abbr. for mezzanine.
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He seemed as excited by the cuisine as Chef Mezz was at producing it.
An only passable reed man--"Any little boy can play the clarinet of sax as good as Mezz can," Pops Foster wrote in his autobiography, "He just stands up there and goes toot-toot-toot"--Mezzrow, like so many early jazz musicians, had a day job.
MERRALL David 'Mezz' You are my whole world, my one true love, good night, god bless, until we meet again, yourever loving wife, Mrs Mezz (Ingrid) xx MERRALL David The most perfect, amazing Dad and granddad in the universe.
Reserved orchestra/first mezz seating for the Radio Music Hall Christmas Show.
Early in his memoir, Really the Blues (1946), Jewish jazz clarinetist Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow describes a conversion experience.
Before that, he founded and led Mezz Cap, a mezzanine lending firm that funded and securitized over 600 mezzanine loans in conjunction with a network of over 20 US and Canadian conduit lenders.
SHOTS The group of pals also called in at Mezz nightclub's tequila night - described as full of "sexy hedonism and debauchery" and where shots of tequila and sambuca cost just a pound.
Ranging from the performance art of Canadian feminist Kabbalist Adeena Karasick to more popular modes such as Lenny Bruce's nightclub routines, the poetry slams of the Nuyorican Poets' Cafe, and self-remaking by jazz (Mezz Mezzrow) and pop (Phil Spector) musicians, several of these examples also extend Damon's chronological range.
Like Mezz Mezzrow, the white Jewish jazz musician who professed to have "become" African American and who saw "jazz as a cultural 'meeting-place,' where 'people from all walks of life and colors of skin' can converge," Vian emulated the black American jazz musicians that he admired (Wald 62).
Yet, in 2010, the New York Court of Appeals in Hotel 71 Mezz Lender LLC v.
But in exchange for that breathing room Rechler wanted to be paid handsomely for his mezz piece.
Kneehigh Theater's production of Noel Coward's "Brief Encounter" might lose some of its impact in its relatively large Main Stem house, especially on the extreme sides and in the mezz; previous runs in London and Brooklyn played venues that were well under 500 seats.