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Horowitz

[hawr-uh-wits, hor] /ˈhɔr ə wɪts, ˈhɒr/
noun
1.
Vladimir
[vlad-uh-meer,, vla-dee-meer] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər,, vlæˈdi mɪər/ (Show IPA),
1904–89, U.S. pianist, born in Russia.
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  • Professor Horowitz thinks she is far better than the other two.

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  • Latteiner leaned to "romantic," Horowitz to "culture," plays, and both used material which was mainly historical.

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  • Professor Horowitz's plays, on the contrary, are largely based upon the sentimental representation of inexact Jewish history.

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  • With her profile still to the chair-back, a tear oozed down the corrugated surface of Mrs. Horowitz's cheek.

  • Sobs rumbled up through Mrs. Horowitz, which her hand to her mouth tried to constrict.

British Dictionary definitions for Horowitz

Horowitz

/ˈhɒrəvɪts/
noun
1.
Vladimir. 1904–89, Russian virtuoso pianist, in the US from 1928
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