Hellman



[hel-muh n] /ˈhɛl mən/

noun
1.
Lillian Florence, 1905–84, U.S. playwright.
/ˈhɛlmən/
noun
1.
Lillian. 1905–84, US dramatist. Her works include the plays The Little Foxes (1939), The Searching Wind (1944), and the autobiographical Scoundrel Time (1976)

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