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Len·non(lĕn′ən), John 1940-1980.
British musician and composer who was a member of the Beatles. With Paul McCartney he wrote many of the group's songs, including "I Want to Hold Your Hand" (1963), "Ticket to Ride" (1965), and "A Day in the Life" (1967).
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(Biography) John (Ono), original name John Winston Lennon. 1940–80, English rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter: member of the Beatles (1962–70). His subsequent recordings, many in collaboration with his wife Yoko Ono, include "Instant Karma" (1970), Imagine (1971), and Double Fantasy (1980). He was shot dead by a demented fan
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|Noun||1.||Lennon - English rock star and guitarist and songwriter who with Paul McCartney wrote most of the music for the Beatles (1940-1980)|
Beatles - a rock group from Liverpool who between 1962 and 1970 produced a variety of hit songs and albums (most of them written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon)
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