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Abe, once a disc jockey, is the daughter of a chocolate executive and now owns her own organic izakaya restaurant.
Voters are instead expected to pack parliament with lawmakers from upstart movements, including a fiscal conservative faction led by an ex-chemist, and a direct democracy party helmed by a dreadlocked former disc jockey.
Around that time, Lauri Githens was fresh out of college and working as a disc jockey.
The 31-year-old disc jockey, who was killed while attempting to rescue people in the wake of storm Harvey, would simply have been one of countless Americans who have sacrificed their lives trying to help other Americans in a time of need.
The country and Southern rock band Del Rio and the KSON radio promo team and disc jockey are providing entertainment.
In the late 1950s, the disc jockey Tommy Smalls was making a name for himself at WWRL in New York as Dr. Jive
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DISC JOCKEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disc jockey for English Language Learners
: a person who plays recorded music on the radio or at a party or nightclub
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