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[hoh-nuh s] /ˈhoʊ nəs/ (Show IPA), (John Peter) 1874–1955, U.S. baseball player.
[ot-oh;; German awt-oh] /ˈɒt oʊ;; German ˈɔt oʊ/ (Show IPA), 1841–1918, Austrian architect.
[rich-erd;; German rikh-ahrt] /ˈrɪtʃ ərd;; German ˈrɪx ɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1813–83, German composer.
Robert F(erdinand) 1877–1953, U.S. politician.
his son, Robert F(erdinand), Jr. 1910–91, U.S. politician: mayor of New York City 1954–65.
Contemporary Examples

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The Best of Brit Lit Peter Stothard June 10, 2010
Why All the Hate for Les Mis? Megan McArdle January 6, 2013
7 Stunning Joan Sutherland Performances Shannon Donnelly, The Daily Beast Video October 11, 2010
What’s Behind Israel’s Unofficial Ban on Wagner? Dan Ephron June 19, 2012

Historical Examples

Wagner as I Knew Him Ferdinand Christian Wilhelm Praeger
K Mary Roberts Rinehart
Great Men and Famous Women, Vol. 8 (of 8) Various
K Mary Roberts Rinehart
Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV John Lord

Otto. 1841–1918, Austrian architect, whose emphasis on function and structure in such buildings as the Post Office Savings Bank, Vienna (1904–06), influenced the development of modern architecture
(Wilhelm) Richard (ˈrɪçart). 1813–83, German romantic composer noted chiefly for his invention of the music drama. His cycle of four such dramas The Ring of the Nibelung was produced at his own theatre in Bayreuth in 1876. His other operas include Tannhäuser (1845; revised 1861), Tristan and Isolde (1865), and Parsifal (1882)


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