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  • Teazers, which he, Du Toit and others had visited before to discuss the coup.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In death, the Teazers website still features a photograph of Jackson, the son of a Greek immigrant to Africa.

    The Seattle Times

  • Jackson was known for his love of flashy cars, periodic legal encounters with police and employees, and the provocative billboards of his Teazers clubs.

    The Seattle Times

  • This I hope will plead for one who would lessen the Number of Teazers of the Muses, and who, suiting his Spirit to his Circumstances, humbles the Poet to exalt the Citizen.

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

  • What appears to be the first battle over money in the family is looming, as the estate of the slain Teazers boss is being wound up in the Johannesburg High Court.

    IOL: News

  • Slain Teazers owner Lolly Jackson's 27-year-old daughter on Thursday said "normal stuff" had been taken, including a TV and a laptop, as well as family jewellery, which had sentimental rather than retail value.

    IOL: News

  • Teazers spokesman Sean Newman said an autopsy was conducted at the Germiston mortuary yesterday morning, at about the same time ballistics officers were swarming around the Edleen property where Jackson was killed.

    IOL: News

  • Jackson, a strip-club boss who built up the Teazers chain, with a head office in Rivonia.

    IOL: News

  • Teazers boss Lolly Jackson says he is considering taking legal action against the ANC Women's League after they allegedly verbally abused him outside a Johannesburg court.

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  • When Teazers employees, under instruction of Lone Wolf's owners, visited the site on December

    IOL: News

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  • "I like her," said she, one recess, when her corps of affectionate teazers hung on and about her. "It wounds me to hear you speak disparagingly of her. You must admit that she has redeeming traits. She is one of our best scholars, and if inaccessible, is upright and honorable, and will not stoop to do an ignoble action." page 45, from 'Alone' by Marion Harland. project gutenberg

    September 1, 2014