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Leibowitz

[lee-buh-wits] /ˈli bə wɪts/
noun
1.
René [ruh-ney] /rəˈneɪ/ (Show IPA), 1913–1972, French conductor and composer, born in Poland.
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  • It made him feel as if Leibowitz liked him, and approved of him.

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  • And bring them over to Leibowitz & Hardin for a complete checkup.

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  • Leibowitz was the kind of man who inspired instant, and complete trust.

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  • "The first car has just been turned off the assembly line," Leibowitz said.

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  • Dr. Leibowitz had found just about everything—except what he was looking for.

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  • "Sal's a real crackerjack," Leibowitz said enthusiastically.

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