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[ mas-terz, mah-sterz ]


  1. Edgar Lee, 1869–1950, U.S. poet and novelist.
  2. William Howell, 1915–2001, U.S. physician: researcher on human sexual behavior (husband of Virginia E. Johnson).


/ ˈmɑːstəz /


  1. MastersEdgar Lee18681950MUSWRITING: poet Edgar Lee. 1868–1950, US poet; best known for Spoon River Anthology (1915)

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Usually the Masters looks and sounds the same year after year.

Bryson DeChambeau won the United States Open in September and is one of the favorites to win the Masters.

Rising star Joaquin Niemann, the first Chilean to win on the PGA Tour, previously withdrew from the Masters due to a positive test.

He was paired with Tony Finau, who last month tested positive and is in the field for the Masters, and Fabián Gómez, who is not in the field at Augusta National.

With the Masters' first-ever November start just three days away, it's a great time to look back on 2020's golf boom.

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And of those who transform themselves into masters and believe themselves superior to others, rather than at their service.

The Macallan collaborations have even extended past photographers to additional masters of their craft focused on innovation.

Hitchcock's sensibility was being shaped by the German Expressionist masters.

Then Gilkes immersed himself in the Old Masters at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg.

The crime-fighting penguins, says the trailer, are “masters of the skies, espionage, and aerial assault.”

We were now masters of the whole country, and the war was apparently at an end.

I made some remark to Masters which led to another from him, and in five minutes' time we were chatting on all sorts of topics.

Masters and I arranged to come home together and eventually reached Cape Town.

Presently I saw Masters come out of the companion-way and make his way very skilfully towards me.

The pupil will appreciate its practical value the moment he masters the key to it.





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