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Teniers

[ ten-yerz, tuh-neerz; Flemish tuh-neers; French te-nyey ]
/ ˈtɛn yərz, təˈnɪərz; Flemish təˈnirs; French tɛˈnyeɪ /
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noun
Da·vid [dey-vid; Flemish dah-vit; French dah-veed] /ˈdeɪ vɪd; Flemish ˈdɑ vɪt; French dɑˈvid/ "the Elder", 1582–1649, Flemish painter and engraver.
his son, David "the Younger", 1610–90, Flemish painter.
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Teniers
/ (ˈtɛnɪəz) /

noun
David (ˈdaːvɪt), called the Elder, 1582–1649, and his son David, called the Younger, 1610–90, Flemish painters
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