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Co·han

 (kō′hăn′), George Michael 1878-1942.
American singer, songwriter, and playwright known for his flashy, patriotic Broadway productions. He wrote "Over There" and "I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy."

Co•han

(koʊˈhæn, ˈkoʊ hæn)

n.
George M(ichael), 1878–1942, U.S. actor, playwright, and songwriter.
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