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Bourke-White

[ burk-hwahyt, -wahyt ]
/ ˈbɜrkˈʰwaɪt, -ˈwaɪt /
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noun
Margaret, 1906–71, U.S. photographer and author.
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Bourke-White
/ (ˌbɜːkˈwaɪt) /

noun
Margaret . 1906–71, US photographer, a pioneer of modern photojournalism: noted esp for her coverage of World War II
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