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Au·try

 (ô′trē), Gene 1907-1998.
American entertainer noted for his recordings of country and western songs and for his film roles as a singing cowboy.
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Au•try

(ˈɔ tri)
n.
Gene, 1907–98, U.S. actor and singer.
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