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Sa·ra·ma·go

 (sä′rə-mä′go͝o), José 1922-2010.
Portuguese writer especially noted for his novels, which include Country of Sin (1947) and The Stone Raft (1986). He was awarded the 1998 Nobel Prize for literature.
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Saramago

(Portuguese ˌsaraˈmɑɡo)
n
(Biography) José.1922–2010, Portuguese novelist and writer; his works include the novel O ano da morte de Ricardo Reis (1984): Nobel prize for literature 1998
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Sa•ra•ma•go

(ˌsɑr əˈmɑ gu)
n.
José, born 1922, Portuguese novelist: Nobel prize 1998.
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