[ lem-nit-ser ]
/ ˈlɛm nɪt sər /
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Ly·man Louis [lahy-muhn], /ˈlaɪ mən/, 1899–1988, U.S. army officer; chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff 1960–63; supreme allied commander NATO 1963–69.
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