American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Tyner, McCoy Born 1938. American jazz pianist who introduced complex harmonies, scales, and African rhythms into American jazz, especially during his time with John Coltrane's quartet (1960-1965).
“In addition, the News found that DNA tests taken last year by two brothers prove that the father of Joshua Tyner — Joshua Tyner is the ancestor Churchill most often has cited for his Indian lineage — was not Indian.”
“Suzuki could lap the field, and Tyner is in a jumble of guys who could be sprinting for second place, along with Mike Cameron, Cristian Guzman, Soriano, Luis”
“We silently followed our sergeant, a tough career soldier by the name of Tyner, through the available cover until we were near the base of the hill.”
“What is even more odd is that one Russell Tyner from the CPS was involved in both Gary’s and Aaron Caffrey’s case at around the same time.”
“It was so refreshing to see a reporter go into a school such as Tyner without an agenda and report the truth, both good (the students and teachers) and the bad (the deplorable condition of the school itself).”
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“My job, no matter who I am playing with—whether McCoy Tyner or Aretha Franklin—is to sound more than anyone else like I belong in the band, so that when they come to New York, they have to call me.”
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