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Godard

[ goh-dahrd, -dahr; French gaw-dar ]
/ goʊˈdɑrd, -ˈdɑr; French gɔˈdar /
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noun
Ben·ja·min Louis Paul [bahn-zha-manlwee pawl], /bɑ̃ ʒaˈmɛ̃ lwi pɔl/, 1849–95, French violinist and composer.
Jean-Luc [zhahn-lyk], /ʒɑ̃ˈlük/, born 1930, French filmmaker.
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Godard
/ (French ɡɔdar) /

noun
Jean-Luc (ʒɑ̃lyk). born 1930, French film director and writer associated with the New Wave of the 1960s. His works include À bout de souffle (1960), Weekend (1967), Sauve qui peut (1980), Nouvelle Vague (1990), and Éloge de l'amour (2003)
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