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Seifert

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/ ˈsaɪ fərt /
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noun
Ja·ro·slav [yah-raw-slahf], /ˈyɑ rɔ slɑf/, 1901–1986, Czech poet: Nobel prize 1984.
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Seifert
/ (ˈsiːˌfət) /

noun
Jaroslav (ˈjærəslæf). 1901–86, Czech poet and journalist, noted esp for poems dealing with the German occupation of Prague during World War II. Nobel prize for literature 1984
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