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Osborne

[ oz-bern, ‐bawrn, ‐bohrn ]
/ ˈɒz bərn, ‐bɔrn, ‐boʊrn /
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noun
John (James), 1929–94, English playwright.
Thomas Mott, 1859–1926, U.S. prison reformer.
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Osborne
/ (ˈɒzbən, -ˌbɔːn) /

noun
John (James). 1929–94, British dramatist. His plays include Look Back in Anger (1956), containing the prototype of the angry young man, Jimmy Porter, The Entertainer (1957), and Inadmissible Evidence (1964)
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