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Kaverin

[ kuh-vair-in; Russian kuh-vye-ryin ]
/ kəˈvɛər ɪn; Russian kʌˈvyɛ ryɪn /
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Ve·ni·a·min [ven-yuh-meen; Russian vyi-nyi-uh-myeen], /ˌvɛn yəˈmin; Russian vyɪ nyɪ ʌˈmyin/, Veniamin Aleksandrovich Zilberg, 1902–1989, Russian novelist.
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