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Sondheim

[sond-hahym] /ˈsɒnd haɪm/
noun
1.
Stephen (Joshua) born 1930, U.S. composer and lyricist.
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  • And that evening Sondheim had sent him an ultimatum by Kastner.

    The Crimson Tide Robert W. Chambers
  • For what reason have you permit Mr. Sondheim to wait in my office?

    The Crimson Tide Robert W. Chambers
  • Kastner sneered at him and nudged Sondheim, who immediately sat up in bed and levelled an unwashed hand at Skidder.

    The Crimson Tide Robert W. Chambers
  • “That mutt Sondheim looks like a bad one to me, and the other guy––Kastner,” he observed gloomily.

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  • The other matter which fitfully preoccupied him was his unpleasant and unintentional interview with Sondheim.

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British Dictionary definitions for Sondheim

Sondheim

/ˈsɒndhaɪm/
noun
1.
Stephen (Joshua). born 1930, US songwriter. He wrote the lyrics for West Side Story (1957), the score for Company (1971), and both for A Little Night Music (1973), Into the Woods (1987), and Passion (1994)
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