Perelman



[per-uh l-muh n, purl-] /ˈpɛr əl mən, ˈpɜrl-/

noun
1.
S(idney) J(oseph) 1904–79, U.S. author.
/ˈpɛrəlmən; ˈpɜːl-/
noun
1.
S(idney) J(oseph). 1904–79, US humorous writer. After scriptwriting for the Marx Brothers, he published many collections of articles, including Crazy Like a Fox (1944) and Eastward, Hi! (1977)

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