a. bertram guthrie jr.

Guthrie

[guhth-ree]
noun
1.
A(lfred) B(ertram), Jr. 1901–91, U.S. novelist.
2.
Sir (William) Tyrone, 1900–71, English stage director and producer.
3.
Woodrow Wilson ("Woody") 1912–67, U.S. folk singer.
4.
a city in central Oklahoma: the former state capital.
5.
a male given name.
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Guthrie (ˈɡʌθrɪ)
 
n
1.  Samuel. 1782--1848, US chemist: invented percussion priming powder and a punch lock for exploding it, and discovered chloroform (1831)
2.  Sir (William) Tyrone. 1900--71, English theatrical director
3.  Woody, full name Woodrow Wilson Guthrie. 1912--67, US folk singer and songwriter. His songs include "So Long, it's been Good to Know you" (1940) and "This Land is your Land" (1944)

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