American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Kaufman, George Simon 1889-1961. American playwright noted for many collaborations, including Dinner at Eight (1932) with Edna Ferber and You Can't Take It with You (1936) with Moss Hart.
- n. United States playwright who collaborated with many other writers including Moss Hart (1889-1961)
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“Works as a volunteer fireman in Kaufman, Texas, He claims he was a Special Forces”
“Ted Kaufman is to be sworn in Friday to replace Vice President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. of Delaware, who gave his farewell speech earlier today.”
“Dr. Carolyn Kaufman is a clinical psychologist and professor at Columbus, Ohio.”
“Kaufman is offended by the notion that a book might be reduced to its "utility as a medium for language," but for those of us who value books primarly for the words contained therein, for the verbal compositions they make available, what else besides their utility brings them into existence in the first place?”
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“Kaufman is the guy who was appointed seat-warmer for Joe Biden's Senate seat, on the condition that he wouldn't run for it this year.”
“The lawsuit against Joe Kaufman is part of a strategy by these Muslim groups to bully us into silence.”
“Why do you always says Sen Kaufman is in a tough race?”
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