George M. Cohan


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Noun1.George M. Cohan - United States songwriter and playwright famous for his patriotic songs (1878-1942)
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The Cohan rule is based on a Second Circuit decision from 1930 in which George M.
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He collaborated on two plays that had Broadway runs: Elmer the Great (1928) with George M.
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