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Sacher-Masoch

[ zah-khuhr-mah-zohkh ]
/ ˈzɑ xərˈmɑ zoʊx /
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noun
Le·o·pold von [ley-oh-pohlt fuhn], /ˈleɪ oʊˌpoʊlt fən/, 1836–95, Austrian novelist.
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