Hoffman


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Hoffman

(ˈhɒfmən)
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(Biography) Dustin (Lee) (ˈdʌstɪn). born 1937, US stage and film actor. His films include The Graduate (1967), Midnight Cowboy (1969), All the President's Men (1976), Kramer vs Kramer (1979), Rain Man (1989), Accidental Hero (1992), and Moonlight Mile (2002)
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Noun1.Hoffman - United States sculptor (1887-1966)Hoffman - United States sculptor (1887-1966)  
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The next dance was beginning; it was the Barcarolle out of Hoffman, which made Helen beat her toe in time to it; but she felt that after such a compliment it was impossible to get up and go, and, besides being amused, she was really flattered, and the honesty of his conceit attracted her.
If it were possible for literature to use the microscope of the Leuwenhoeks, the Malpighis, and the Raspails (an attempt once made by Hoffman, of Berlin), and if we could magnify and then picture the teredos navalis, in other words, those ship-worms which brought Holland within an inch of collapsing by honey-combing her dykes, we might have been able to give a more distinct idea of Messieurs Gigonnet, Baudoyer, Saillard, Gaudron, Falleix, Transon, Godard and company, borers and burrowers, who proved their undermining power in the thirtieth year of this century.
He took Blanche up to the Hoffman House one evening, where they have swell music, and you see a lot of swells.
2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hoffman Agency announced that 25-year communications veteran Mike Sottak will spearhead its European operation as European managing director.
Hoffman was found dead in an apartment in New York City's (NYC) Greenwich Village with a needle stuck in his left forearm.
Hoffman received a $900,000 paycheck for the win, an interview with Jim Rome on Tuesday morning and a little bigger fan base.
Hoffman demonstrates that large-scale factors beyond the control of Richmond's bourgeoisie hampered elite "city-building" agendas.
Matthias Weber of Indiana University in Bloomington, David Hoffman of Stanford University, and Michael Wolf of Rice University in Houston now offer a proof that nearly settles the question.
Gary Hoffman, MD, is an obstetrician and gynecologist in Portland, Ore.
Capote * Directed by Bennett Miller * Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman * Sony Pictures Classics
Recently the JofA spoke with the father of XBRL, Charles Hoffman, CPA, who currently is director of innovative solutions for UBmatrix, a software development firm in Kirkland, Wash.
Larry Hoffman, a 69-year-old retired sales engineer from West Bend, Wisconsin, often stops at a local Goodwill Store.