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and all that jazz

And everything else; and many related things. If we're going to paint this weekend, we need rollers, drop cloths, and all that jazz. My sister is involved in so many extracurricular activities—student council, Model UN, the literary magazine, and all that jazz.
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all that jazz

n. all that stuff; all that nonsense. She told me I was selfish, hateful, rude, ugly, and all that jazz.
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and All That Jazz," yet duplicates none of the authors in the book under review.
Siegenfeld, who describes his rhythm-based technique as "tap-dancing through the body," says jazz is a rich language that needs no translation, "There are lots of people who feel that all that jazz expresses is being hot, or being downhearted from a lost love affair," says Siegenfeld.