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Hell·man

 (hĕl′mən), Lillian Florence 1905-1984.
American playwright whose works concern sensitive political and social issues, such as lesbianism in The Children's Hour (1934) and interracial relations in Toys in the Attic (1960).

Hellman

(ˈhɛlmən)
n
(Biography) Lillian. 1905–84, US dramatist. Her works include the plays The Little Foxes (1939), The Searching Wind (1944), and the autobiographical Scoundrel Time (1976)

Hell•man

(ˈhɛl mən)

n.
Lillian Florence, 1905–84, U.S. playwright.
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(AP) -- Elmira High School science teacher Jeff Hellman is beginning to wonder if he's bitten off more than he can chew.
"To be honest, I didn't think it would get this far," said Hellman, a tall, unassuming 28-year-old in his fifth year of teaching.
The program has been downloaded at least 50,000 times, Hellman said though many of those are existing customers checking out upgraded versions.
ELMIRA - Elmira High School science teacher Jeff Hellman is beginning to wonder if he's bitten off more than he can chew.
Hellman's first version was for Macintosh users like himself, but to meet demand he developed one last year for PCs, too.
Hellman's done no advertising, but posted information about Planbook and a link to his site at VersionTracker.com, a Web site that tracks software releases.