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Shubert

[shoo-bert] /ˈʃu bərt/
noun
1.
Lee (Levi Shubert) 1875–1953, and his brothers Sam S. 1876–1905, and Jacob J. 1880–1963, U.S. theatrical managers.
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  • In a low voice Meyer recited the names of the six men who belonged to his squad, and of Shubert.

    Overland John William De Forest
  • Shubert, with his moody romances, was her favorite composer.

    The Torrent Vicente Blasco Ibaez
  • Theatrical booking became an open field, and the producer can now play his attractions in both Syndicate and Shubert theaters.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
  • It was Shubert's Fantasia Impromptu this time, and there was absolute silence as it ended.

    Miss Pat at Artemis Lodge Pemberton Ginther
  • There was one in Ohio, she remembered: she played it once with a Shubert road show.

    Ladies and Gentlemen
     
    Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb
  • Meyer detailed Shubert and two of the Mexican cattle-drivers to report to Smith for duty.

    Overland John William De Forest
  • The Shubert theatres and Carnegie libraries are running a dead heat in an earnest endeavor to perpetuate their respective names.

    Nat Goodwin's Book Nat C. Goodwin
  • In the centre of the room lay the boy Shubert, perfectly motionless and no doubt dead.

    Overland John William De Forest

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