from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of southwest Missouri near the Kansas border west of Springfield. It was founded in 1839. Population: 48,000.
- Joplin, Scott 1868-1917. American pianist and composer known for his ragtime works, including "Maple Leaf Rag” (1899) and the opera Treemonisha (1911).
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- n. United States singer who died of a drug overdose at the height of her popularity (1943-1970)
- n. United States composer who was the first creator of ragtime to write down his compositions (1868-1917)
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That's a fairly consistent pattern in Joplin's early output.
This year, it happened when I was in Joplin, Mo on March 12th.
You guys totally have to make an album that I could buy right here in Joplin, Missouri.
Janis Joplin is found dead at age 27 in Hollywood's Landmark Motor Hotel from a heroin-alcohol overdose the previous day.
Neusche was assigned to the 203rd Engineer Battalion, in Joplin, Mo.
He has also been invited to the USA Baseball Junior national team trials in Joplin, Mo.
(Somewhere, Janis Joplin is going "Who the f**k is that?")
I’m sipping a Blue Moon ale in a Philadelphia bar, Janis Joplin is wailing about Bobby McGee and I’m thinking a smoke would go great about now.
Their path included Joplin, which is cleaning up from a Sunday storm that was the nation's eighth-deadliest twister among records dating to 1840.