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Acheson

[ ach-uh-suhn ]
/ ˈætʃ ə sən /
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noun

Dean (Good·er·ham) [good-er-ham, -uhm], /ˈgʊd ərˌhæm, -əm/, 1893–1971, U.S. statesman: secretary of state 1949–53.
Edward Good·rich [good-rich], /ˈgʊd rɪtʃ/, 1856–1931, U.S. chemist.

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Acheson
/ (ˈætʃɪsən) /

noun

Dean (Gooderham). 1893–1971, US lawyer and statesman: secretary of state (1949–53) under President Truman
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