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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Adderley, Julian Known as "Cannonball.” 1928-1975. American jazz saxophonist who was noted for skillful improvisation and who promoted the musical styles known as soul jazz and bop.

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  • The city was rocked by controversy in 2001 over a plan by then-mayor Peter Marais to rename Adderley and Wale streets after former presidents Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk.

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  • As mayor he tried unsuccessfully to rename Adderley and Wale

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  • Peter Marais 'attempts to rename Adderley and Wale Streets - two of the main streets in the city - after former presidents Nelson

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  • Last month Democratic Alliance mayor of Cape Town, Peter Marais, abandoned his proposal to rename Adderley and Wale Streets in the city after former presidents Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk.

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  • He also said Marais, whose abortive bid to rename Adderley and

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  • He also said Marais, whose abortive bid to rename Adderley and Wale streets in the city centre earlier this year led to a full-scale inquiry by former judge

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  • Marais's initiative to rename Adderley and Wale streets after former heads of state Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk.

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  • The African National Congress has given the thumbs down to a plan to rename Adderley and Wale streets in the Cape Town city centre after former presidents Nelson Mandela and FW de Klerk.

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  • The charges stem from Marais 'attempt to rename Adderley and

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  • Marais announced in April that he wanted to rename Adderley and

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