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Zorn

[ sawrn ]
/ sɔrn /
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noun

An·ders Le·on·hard [ahn-duhrs -ley-aw-nahrd], /ˈɑn dərs ˈleɪ ɔˌnɑrd/, 1860–1920, Swedish painter, etcher, and sculptor.

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Zorn
/ (Swedish soːrn) /

noun

Anders Leonhard (ˈandərs ˈleːɔnard). 1860–1920, Swedish painter and etcher, esp of impressionist portraits and landscapes
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