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Levine

[luh-veen for 1; luh-vahyn for 2] /ləˈvin for 1; ləˈvaɪn for 2/
noun
1.
Jack, 1915–2010, U.S. painter.
2.
James Lawrence, born 1943, U.S. orchestral conductor and pianist.
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  • And, in the great act of adoration of the Baby, Levine was once more united to his wife's family.

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  • Mr. Levine smiled inscrutably, while his wife shook her head at him.

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  • At the point when Dorothy called her father, Mr. Levine interposed.

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  • They had almost quarreled about what Levine called "Miss Holland's price."

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  • And Mrs. Levine answered, "She's indoors with the children."

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