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Culbertson

(ˈkʌlbətsən)
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(Biography) Ely (ˈiːlaɪ). 1891–1955, US authority on contract bridge

Cul•bert•son

(ˈkʌl bərt sən)

n.
Ely, 1893–1955, U.S. authority on contract bridge, born in Romania.
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Noun1.Culbertson - United States authority on contract bridge whose books helped to popularize the game (1891-1955)
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